He wants me to supply names and qualifications of potential employees, for SA, when SA won't even name the people who actually work there?
I have not suggested any "loaf-" or "slack-minded" personnel. Two qualified people, spending 80 hours a week, would actually know what needed to be done to improve SA's "standby, stabilization and transport" capablities, unlike six unqualified people, spending 240 hours a week, waiting for cases because they don't know what else to do. Baldwin hasn't made any changes that weren't previously suggested, as far as I can see, and she didn't even get most of those right, in my opinion.
Does FD think I am the only person familiar with cannulations and/or perfusion, who retired from the OR, early? Think again.
I made the same salary, at SA, as I made in heart surgery. I could come and go, as I pleased, as long as I put in 40 hours, (and no one even really kept track of that). I was allowed four weeks off, a year, and other very generous benefits. If it were not for the foolishness that went on there, I would probably still be working there. It's sunny Florida, and houses are cheap, right now. SA could have qualified personnel, if they wanted. Two people would have plenty to do, and lots of retirees would be glad to rotate call for a little (potentially a LOT, considering SA's generous training and consulting fees), of extra income. FD doesn't know what he is talking about, and he seems to want me to do all of Baldwin's work, for her.
If I wanted to undermine the existence of cryo-orgs, as FD suggests, I would have taken a completely different course, a very long time ago, and I wouldn't have wasted one word on this forum.