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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What initially happened to the money that the founder left behind for the construction of the hospital?
(a) It was distributed amongst his heirs.
(b) It was used in a variety of scandals.
(c) It was given to the state because he had no heirs.
(d) It was used to finance an election campaign.
2. Where does Teresa often see the Sparks?
(a) At their home.
(b) At the doctor's office.
(c) At the mall.
(d) At the grocery store.
3. How much debt does Hermann have?
(a) $2 trillion.
(b) $4 million.
(c) $10 million.
(d) $6 million.
4. What point does Cindy make, regarding Armando, at the end of Chapter 16?
(a) He will almost definitely live, and therefore he is a liability to the hospital.
(b) His condition is worsening fairly rapidly.
(c) If he doesn't live, it will be bad press for the hospital.
(d) His rude behavior toward the nurses shouldn't be tolerated.
5. Who discusses Armando's condition with him?
(a) David MacDougall.
(b) Lin Weeks.
(c) Cindy Walker.
(d) Norma McNair.
6. Why is Armando able to find peace at Bart's?
(a) Because Bart helps him come to terms with his condition.
(b) Because he feels that there was a reason for what happened to him.
(c) Because he decided not to waste the rest of his life being bitter.
(d) Because he knew that if he hadn't been shot, he would have died at some other time.
7. Who suggests discussing the removal of Taylor's ventilator with the ethics committee?
(a) Sally Olsen.
(b) Eugene Adcock.
(c) Sharon Crandell.
(d) David MacDougall.
8. The courts revised the hospital founder's will to allow for what?
(a) A different name for the hospital.
(b) Different financial arrangements.
(c) A bigger percentage of pediatric patients.
(d) A different building site.
9. What does Mary try to procure for Armando?
(a) Better food.
(b) A walker.
(c) A better bed.
(d) A better wheelchair.
10. What does Lin Weeks feel that the purpose of medical care is?
(a) To preserve life, regardless of its quality.
(b) To make a patient's loved ones feel that they are doing all they can to help.
(c) To give people healthy, happy lives.
(d) To make people appreciate what they have more.
11. How is Ben Taub described?
(a) A large, well-funded private hospital.
(b) A small, well-funded private hospital, that deals with uninsured patients.
(c) A very small, exclusive private hospital that caters only to those who can pay cash for their care.
(d) A poorer, publicly-funded hospital that deals with uninsured patients.
12. What was the founder's stipulation for the funding he left to build a hospital?
(a) A large portion of the hospital was to be used for charity care.
(b) A minimum number of jobs had to be created in the hospital.
(c) It had to be a teaching hospital.
(d) The hospital had to be built in a certain area of town.
13. Why does Fran want to remove Taylor's ventilator?
(a) It appears to make Taylor uncomfortable.
(b) Their insurance won't cover it any longer.
(c) She doesn't want Taylor to live because she will have too many health problems.
(d) She wants to see if Taylor can breathe on her own.
14. How many more children do Fran and Carey have after Taylor and Jake?
15. What does Sally do after leaving Hermann?
(a) She leaves the medical field entirely.
(b) She goes back to school to get her medical license.
(c) She stays with Javier, working for him at his new job.
(d) She runs a pediatric clinic at a small hospital.
Short Answer Questions
1. What device helps Armando to talk?
2. What happens to Armando when he leaves Bart's?
3. What happens to Landon, as the result of a high fever?
4. Hermann was caught up in scandals until when?
5. What do Lin, Randy and Cindy discuss at the beginning of Chapter 10?
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