Nothing major (I hope), mostly something causing worry and the doctor I want to go to suggested I should go to the ER so I wouldn't have to wait until November to get it checked out. Triage nurses/techs asked if I smoked. I said I quit 3 months ago to switch to electronic cigarettes and I just cut my nicotine to 5.5mg yesterday. She said, "That's great! I want to get my brother on those." So I showed her my eGo-C and said to get him one like this because these big batteries last all day where those little ones that look like cigarettes don't last long enough to satisfy a heavy smoker. Later I was asked again and didn't get a "Wow" type answer but didn't get a lecture either. I asked one of those if I could vape, she said no but didn't lecture me about it being a smoke free campus. So I asked, "what if it was nicotine free, which it's not, but just for future reference." Her answer was they didn't want me on anything while checking me out so not even if I was on 0mg. "Well I guess that means taking another Xanax is out of the question." This hospital is supposedly a no smoking campus, although the sign in front of the ER only mentioned the building. It is also a nicotine free employer (which is why I was asking about what about nicotine free vaping). I didn't get a straight "No vaping anywhere". I didn't get ANY lectures about the "dangers of e-cigs". One of the medical professionals was very impressed. Nobody came running up to me in the waiting room when I sucked on one for some flavor without turning it on. I'd say this hospital has some potential to not be completely against e-cig for patients.