I didn't really want to see the inside of a hospital recently, but since we were there and waiting for hopefully good news, I let my eyes wander around the room.
Notice the order of the gloves with small gloves on top of the cabinet just inches from the television. The extra large and large sizes are much lower while medium holds the lowest spot of the stack. Maybe I'm mistaken, but isn't it reasonable to assume that the staff with the smallest hands and in the greatest need of small gloves are most likely the shortest members of the staff? This wasn't the strangest thing that happened during this scary two-day excursion into the depths of medical ineptness.