I rate 3 stars simply because of maybe the nurse in charge of ER 5/22/18, Ms. Taylor Avery. My husband was receiving chemo treatment at the Cancer Center in the same parking lot. He had an allergic reaction. The nurses there gave him meds to reverse the reaction until the EMT could arrive and transport him across the parking lot to ER. WELL, what a warm and caring welcome received! Mrs. Avery precedes to tell EMT he should have called before he got there. She has no beds avail. Another nurse comes up to try to turn the situation around. Mrs. Avery tells her, " this "s***t" falls back on me". I was ready to say something when other nurses on duty came to my husband and put him in an ER room. The nurses that attended to him were very professional and showed compassion. My complaint really goes to Mrs. Avery. Her first priority was to the patient, NOT to make others feel incompetent or inferior, for they know just as much as she does. Second, if she had a problem with EMT, she should have confronted them AFTER the patient was in a room NOT while waiting in the hall! Her ethics were unprofessional and showed no empathy at all. I do want to thank the other nurses for being kind, caring and pleasant. Mrs. Avery owes them a thank you as well! For they were the ones that turned this bad experience around. Maybe Mrs. Avery needs to take lessons from them!