I completely understand that ALL patients receive the necessary treatment provided by the emergency room staff. I also understand the “first come, first serve” treatment and that we should “wait our turn”. I’m concerned with the level of treatment that a patient should be processed through. I feel a patient that has “foreign object” lodged in there eyeball (possibly causing permanent eye damage) should be a higher priority than a person with the typical symptoms of a cold. Common sense should play a role when it pertains to providing a higher priority level of care a patient is required rather than a system of first come, first served. The answer lies between either providing multiple doctors, each focused on specified areas of medical needs or continue the trend of providing 1 doctor on duty at a time. Seems as though a emergency room staffing multiple doctors would be the logical choice, but again...it’s Camden Clark Memorial Hospital!