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Anthropology Observations Part 1

Anthropology Observations Part 1 - Notes Observations Why I...

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Notes Observations Why I chose the place: I chose the Poudre Valley Hospital Emergency Room because my roommate was sent there due to low potassium. I thought that observing an active hospital at 2:30 in the morning would be an interesting scene. Where: Poudre Valley Hospital Emergency Room Time of day: I observed the Poudre Valley Hospital Emergency Room from 2:30 a.m. – 6:30 a.m. How large it was: Decently sized, spread out What does it look like? Flooring: White tile flooring with red and blue squares Walls: Smooth, creamy colored walls Ceiling: White 9 foot ceilings When and by who was it built? Poudre Valley Hospital was built in 1925 as the Larimer County Hospital Type of furniture: The Emergency room consisted of several leather couches, a large number of blue chairs with silver arm rests, several coffee tables, about 25 wheelchairs, a front desk, a security desk, a metal detector, and a vending machine Accessible Hours: 24 hours 7 days a week Who uses the space? People of all different ages, genders, and class are accessible to the emergency room Reflections Medical assistance plays a large role in our culture
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