I spent a little over an hour at the SF General Hospital today. Unlike other times I had been inside a hospital, I was neither a visitor nor a patient...but rather an "employee."
Sojourn Chaplaincy is having their 3rd annual gala fundraiser on May 22nd and they were in need of some photos of the Chaplains in action - talking to patients, discussing things in the hall, etc. They already had a videographer in place but at the last minute decided a photo slideshow would be effective as well.
Due to hospital restrictions and the sensitivity of most of the patients, I was only able to photograph inside one of the patient rooms. Mary was kind enough to oblige, and the day started with me photographing her for a short time. By the end of the day, I ended up photographing about a dozen or so employees. It was quick and easy, but the sensitivity of being and photographing in a hospital was a strange change of scenery from my normal gigs.