For example, a patient I cared for gave my hospital a scathing review because she hated the food (I mean it's hospital food, it's not going to be like a home cooked meal). Not once did she mention the care that she received where myself and another midwife spent about 3hrs sorting out her uncontrollable pain, didn't push an issue that was against hospital policy because it was more important to us to get her pain under control.
Sorry, didn't mean to rant haha. My point is only you know what you truly want. Work out what's important to you and go from there Try not to get too far ahead of yourself either. Delivering at a hospital with a NICU is only important if you have a baby that needs it.
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