Posted on March 27th, 2013 by Logan Lafferty
Saint Marys Hospital is usually a busy a place, so much so that it is chronically short of administrative and research space. Doctors hustle across the Mayo Clinic hospital, which extends more than a city block, and emergency room nurses push carts from one patient room to another. Shared offices are the norm. "I've got three people that work out of my locker in the operating rooms here because we don't have enough space," said Dr. Brad Narr, chair of the anesthesiology department.
MPR by Elizabeth Baier
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