I am an employee of Hutcheson Medical Center and I have been a patient there as well. I have never worked in a better place where I enjoy going to work everyday because I love the work I do and I love the people I work with. There are problems in every hosptial across America. You will never find a perfect hospital. I have been to Erlanger, Memorial, and Parkridge. Never have I had a perfect experience at any of these hospitals. Yes, mistakes happen. Everyone is human. The employees of Hutcheson are fighting for their lives when it comes to needing to merge with local hospitals. Not only are jobs at stake, but people's houses, their ability to take care of their families, and being able to survive in a horrible economy. If you don't work in healthcare then there is no way you can understand the cutbacks, the restraints insurance companies have put on us, and the demands of non-compliant and difficult patients and family members. It takes special people to work in healthcare. I pray everyday that something comes along to help save Hutcheson, because that is where I started my career, and that is where I would still like to be when I retire.