The information gain wasn’t consistent. One Day it was this diagnosis and the next day it was something different. For it to be a hospital of healing, the Doctor was quick to pressure our family to remove the ventilator or send to Hospice less than 24 hours of her being in their care. For the most part the nurses was caring and spoke to our patient letting her know what they were doing before they did it. I realize that everyone has their days, but when caring for patients, especially in ICU, you must leave your problems at the door. One of the nurses named Yari, upon entering the room, you could feel the negativity she was putting off. She never let our patient know what she was doing before she did it, and when she did anything it was rough. When questioned, she was very short, and at one point, she was taking vitals and saw visitors from her other patient leaving, she ran out the run to ask them wwere they leaving, and gave them a hug, then came back in to continue vitals. Unfavorable in my families opinion.