My mom recently started dialysis and _every_ time we've gone we've been inconvenienced or even HINDERED by some medical transport car. This morning while I was waiting for my mom to finish her treatment, one transporter parked his car IN THE LANE and came inside. Do they hire the most entitled and rude people possible?? I had to ask the guy THREE times to move his car so I could pull my car in and help my frail, elderly mother just out of dialysis to the car. Then as I was trying to leave the parking lot another transport car was just sitting in the parking lot blocking the way out. That one eventually pulled into a space to let me and a car coming the other direction to pass, but what sort of person just blocks other people trying to drop off/pick up patients? Come on people, you can park in a space and wait/go inside like the rest of us! On other mornings I've been behind a transporter in the drop off lane who took their sweet time moving while other people are trying to get their loved ones in/out of the car. The patient was either in the car or in the building and they wouldn't move; I'm thinking they're doing paperwork/ calling dispatch--something where they could pull out of the lane and into a parking space to do. I would never think of just parking in the lane and going inside to wait. How are these people not infuriating each other?
I realize they provide a valuable service but other people are trying to get patients in and out of the building. I called the company of the guy who was literally parked in the lane today and complained, but these people are seriously starting to rile me up.