My Worse Healthcare Job

I was passing a hospital this morning and was reminded of my first healthcare related job. I was a young architect at the time and was given the project of validating the architectural blueprints of Henry Ford Hospital in detroit – about 1M square feet.

There were 4 of us interns assigned to do it. It was often overnight so we didn’t interfere with operations. We had to document door swings, plug locations, oxygen locations, etc.

Then we had to validate room size. It was painfully tedious.

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