KBRH 2014 Enema Awards

The staff of Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital delivered another evening of potty humour, naughty humour, song and dance.



The staff of Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH) delivered another evening of potty humour, naughty humour, song and dance, and the occasional smirking jab at stereotypes for their Enema Awards variety show at the Charles Bailey Theatre in Trail Saturday night.

The eclectic cast entertained the sold-out, 700-plus crowd with a series of playfully performed skits and routines covering many of the typically unmentionable aspects of working in the health care industry, often made all the more enjoyable because of the normally reserved medical staff hamming it up for the audience.

Highlights of the show included Dr. Stephanie Cameron garbed in dominatrix latex and boots leading a group with strategically placed musical bedpans, an ensemble of surgeons, GP’s, nurses and therapists, allowing their super hero fantasies to come to life, a short skit with nurse, Kim Brown, playing a frighteningly believable, valley-girl obstetrician, and Mayor of Rossland, Greg Granstrom, getting a very public lesson in the proper steps from the Boomtown Garter Girls.

The two-hour show kept the audience in stitches and once again brought out the best in the, normally staid, local medical community’s black humour.

Photos (by Art Harrison): It takes all the super heroes to help out when Superman is on the table. Wonder Woman (Dr. Stephanie Caneron),Thor (respiratory therapist, Dave Scott), Iron Man (Dr. Seth Bitting), The Hulk (nurse Simon Giles), Superman, (Dr. Gonzalo Ansede), Elastagirl (Dr. Susan Benzer), Cat Woman (nurse Julie Dobie), Spiderman (Dr. Matt Herman), Batman (Dr. Jeff Hussey), Invisible Man (respiratory therapist Jon Marion), and Wolverine (nurse, Ian Lockhurst); Doctor Stephanie Cameron gives her patients, the Chamber pots; respiratory therapists,Dave Scott, Tyler Levitt, Jon Marion, and Kelly Scott and Dr. Mike Scully,  a musical lesson in urology; Nurse Shannon Marion as Edith Anne, telling about her first trip to the hospital emergency; Rossland Mayor Greg Granstrom gets some tips from the Boomtown Garter Girls on how to do a proper can-can dance.

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