"your boyfriend didnt answered my page ( I was extremely busy by the way); the MD side on the other hand was somehow more chill : " been there , done that , he properly want to get laid"( I am not) and they go on about how funny and stupid the nurses are with their dumb questions , they have a good laugh , personally I dont find anything funny at all ( this was after the shift) , these thing hit us hard, we are really stress out by now , but thing final breaks when she ask me a really "obvious" question about BP of a patient (not gonna go into detail) , somehow I lose control at that point : are you serious, gosh , you should have....... and boom a crystal eyes with tears ,the room pause for a second , my supervisor come and laugh " alright son , we should give you difference shift from tomorrow" . Before this I thought nurse and doctor were "best friends" , we support each other ,... but nah not in my hospital , this just changed my mind and my way of work,the nurses on my floor -I feel them like bee keeps buzzing my ear .nurse and MD if we have sympathy for each other,... but nah .... and at the end of the day the victim is not us but the patient
You answered your own question. This is exactly why it's not a good idea. I'm sure it became uncomfortable for her with people griping about why "her boyfriend" hadn't answered pages. She was probably mortified when your supervisor switched your shift in response to all the drama. She was probably worried she'd get called into HR. I know I would be. I love where I work and wouldn't want there to be awkward feelings for my coworkers if they thought I was sleeping with the MD they were trying to get a hold of. See why it's weird?