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Hospitals must be a home for those people. I've already written about a boss I had for a short toime, but your posting makes me think of a person I had to work with instead of for.
My last few years at the hospital I was in charge of buying all the pharmaceuticals. When I began in the position I was working with the Asst. Director of the Pharmacy. He would send me a list of drugs including those new to the formulary and those that were under contract but was about to run out. I would put them out on bid and when the bids came back and were tabulated I met with him and we usually had a meeting of about 30 minutes and all decisions would be made. If there were any questions, those were put on the back burner and we would decide if I should check into the problem or if he would.
Somewhere along the line the Director of the Pharmacy decided to take over that responsibility himself. When I would call him that the bids were ready he would wait several days before "fitting me in". Then he would take the paperwork back to his office and I could do nothing until it came back. We ran out of several items because the contracts expired and we had to pay higher prices to get them as an emergency which he tried to blame on me. Luckily my boss knew what was going on.
Working with him was not the reason I left the hospital, but it certainly made my departure easier.