To Human Resources,
Stop letting in so many underaged doctors! I don't care that they have so-called "potential" or that they might have another Healing Touch, but they must still be in college seeing how old they are. One slip from their amateur hands and we'll be swimming in lawsuits! They should be at least 26 years old and fully educated the right way, that is to say, four years of college and five to eight years of medical school.
Also, remind any future employees of the dress code all hospitals must adhere to: Decent apparel (no tube/tank tops, ripped jeans, tight dresses, or excessive jewelry, no matter how much they whine) that must cover the entirety of their body, save for their necks and heads (That's what we have surgical masks and gloves for). I'm not saying that they have to be wearing 4 layers of clothing, but at least look like you care about not being infected with possible bacteria and viruses.
Finally, any of you fine workers here should put your prejudic