I see someone wrote the "physicians" in the ER refuse to give pain medication. This ER is NOT a rehab center. If the contracted so-called physicians haven't figured things out yet, that is truly cruel. IF people have chronic pain, and "in the old days didn't have pain pills, chew an aspirin"- well guess what gullible frightened dr's: people then DIED of whatever is causing their chronic pain. At any age. The brain is stressed/affected MORE by chronic pain, than pain medication alleviation. But, anywho, I brought my husband who'd have a neuro amnesia episode 2nd time, took longer to come out of...........The contracted PA asked him questions rapid fire, did poor neuro exam. Then they went by the PHONE ADVICE of the neurologist who took care in same ER. This wasn't his CURRENT neurologist. Then he had to stay overnight for 2 nights, waiting on MRI. Our insurance rightfully declined payment for the unnecessary hosp stay.Contracted personnel are different than hospital employed. I know b/c I was RN in the OR, and worked with traveling workers. A good ER has now turned into: run! go elsewhere!