They were probably there for the fantastic food in the cafeteria. “Ive heard that the Jello is to die for.”
You laugh but once upon a time in the 1960’s one of the best places to eat in Montgomery, AL was the hospital dining room. In order to get doctors to move and work there the doctors insisted on a nice restaurant.
IU Health (formerly Methodist Hospital) in downtown Indy has a privately owned cafeteria that has food to die for. (no pun intended)
The homemade soups and fresh made pastries and breads are comparable to fine restaurants. The mushroom bisque and tomato basil are my faves.
Has a bit of comical name for being in a hospital though...
“Au bon Pain”