I'll omit the name of the city and the hospital, but if you're genuinly interested, PM me. Hospital XXX is an accredited acute and long-term care facility providing a variety of services including comprehensive trauma, 46-beds inpatient, outpatient, and home health services and a long-term care facility. Hospital is located in the heart of the National Forest. The hospital provides health care services to THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE as well as to the island communities located along Alaskas Inside Passage. Isolated on an island CRAPLOAD air miles away from Seattle, Washington, General Hospital is more self-reliant than most small rural hospitals found in the "lower 48." Among the services available at hospital are are home health, physical and occupational therapy, an accredited cancer care program, up-to-date technology and medical equipment, an emergency physician and staff on site 24 hours a day, a phase II cardiac rehabilitation program, and diabetes education. The medical community is complemented by several EMT services and medi-flight service from the outer islands to THE REMOTE TOWN. It contracts with medi-vac companies to provide emergency airlifts to Seattle area hospitals for major traumas including head and neck injuries. Kewl.