I have to agree. The general public won’t appreciate how wide an area Raigmore covers up here. They’ll not even have thought that in ‘normal’ times they have rooms available on site for family and early morning inpatients. Things like that just don’t happen elsewhere in the uk. Raigmore Is busy enough in the summer putting tourists back together doing the NC500.There was some who turned up here just before Easter, I'll just say that it didn't go down well with the residents!
I think what annoys me most is that people don't think about the possible subsequent consequences of their actions. I could easily pop out from my place and disappear for a few nights out in the forest or mountains, no one would see me, have I? I've been tempted but no I haven't.
If the preverbial hit the fan and I needed help that would force the services and teams into coming into close proximity, that wouldn't be fair with the current situation.
I don't know if the numbers have changed but before this virus hit Raigmore Hospital in Inverness only had 7 ICU beds, the maximum being 8! Raigmore, the most northerly critical care unit, covers a huge area, we definitely don't need any extra load on the health service up here.
So, let me get this straight, you've called Toddy a git, for changing something that you wrote to bypass the auto system that I set up?I did write 'bottom' but the censorship gits changed it to bottom, delicate little souls or should that be 'soles....
I sense a disturbance in the force....So, let me get this straight, you've called Toddy a git, for changing something that you wrote to bypass the auto system that I set up?
Previously you've called us snowflakes for editing the same thing - must be something you're fixated with - and endeavoured to bypass the system so you're well aware of it. Yet we're the git's?