At night the hospital had a different life and colour to it.
The ER at night.
I decided to pick up night shifts. During the day it is just too crowded. Also I wanted to avoid mistakes that happened before by the new volunteers.
Side story: so there are certain systems in the hospital. I was tired and the hospital was so crowded with volunteers eager to help. I understand the keenly effort being presented but damn it to hell you need to observe for at least 2 weeks before starting to intervene. They had mixed up the medication for the patient. I, without asking, had taken the medicine and injected it into the patient. Just to realise that me and the nurse had just given him the nebulizer medicine through IV! 😑
I am not going to say I am not held partially responsible, but when there are 7 volunteers in the room! 5 of them do not know what they are doing! Someone is bond to lose their life. I didn’t ask because I trusted my nurse and I was genuinely fatigued to death. Regardless of this drama, I took the full blame! Ended up in me losing the trust I had from staff! Especially after ugliest /Sumon spread the rumor of me being fully at fault. I took the blame because these little children could lose their job! End of the day I lost mine!
Better it was, to be on night duty where there is no one but me and 3 more staff.
One of my favourite night shift staff is the night duty guard.
The hospital’s night gown had a certain charm to it. My God some nights it got so quiet it was amazing. Not even Barking dogs. I had to share the moment with Anna haha
While I am sleeping in a sleeping bag
Like a piece of potato 🍟=close enough
Idk what’s wrong with my face and the lighting in this picture.
When shift is almost over. We look like hell
It is cold
The doctor flip flop. Hilarious
After waking up in the hospital
Sometimes before my shift I had the chance to meet some my favourite people in Kathmandu to have dinner and snacks
Some nights, I had to wait till day time for baby delivery and blood test result for my allergies.
So, idk what happened to me. But suddenly it seemed like I was allergic to Nepal. I had 2 anaphylactic shocks. One I let go for more than I should the other I ran into the pharmacy and got my medicine.
Some days in the morning haha I see stuff like this
Anyway, thankful to all night shift drama.
Short and sweet for today, most of the readers may have some sort of a hungover after partying all night.
I sure did