Almost everyday, I can count on having a patient tell me that the lobby is too sizzling or too cold, there is a superb explanation for this, although the patients only sit in the lobby for a few hours pale white waiting on their therapist to call them back, they consistently think the need to comment on the temperature of the lobby, but with the immense floor to ceiling windows, it is hard to keep the lobby at a temperature that pleases most peopleâ€¦ I am the one who spends the entire day sitting there in the drafty office space, so I think I should have reign over the thermostat, and sporadically when patients complain about the temperature of our office, I walk over to the thermostat plus pretend to adjust it; Even if I honestly adjusted the thermostat each time, the patients are not in our office long enough to think the difference.
I am standard with the thermostat plus how slow it adjusts the temperature in the room once adjusted.
I assume that some people care about to find anything to complain about plus will do just that. Today, there was a patient that mentioned how sizzling it was in the lobby. I was unaware that the temperature outside had risen 20 degrees since I arrived to toil at 8 am. I felt terrible that the lobby was so warm, plus the patient really thought that I was a maniac! I think the best solution to this complication would be to invest in a small, portable space gas furnace for under our desk.