Imagine that you are a healthcare administrator, and you are faced with the following situation. One of the scrub nurses in the hospital in which you work has come forward to let you know that one of the hospitals top performing surgeons attempted to perform a surgery after having a few drinks at dinner. The scrub nurse noticed that his hands were not steady and mentioned it to the surgeon. Because the patient had already been opened up on the table, the surgeon allowed the surgical intern (who was only there to observe the surgery) to complete it while the surgeon passed out in a chair. As a rule, your hospital does not allow surgical interns to perform surgery unless they are under the watchful eye of an attending surgeon or surgical resident. The surgery went well with no immediate complications, and the patient has since been released and is doing well. After learning about this from the scrub nurse, you face an ethical dilemma. Explain what you would do as the healthcare administrator to handle this situation. Your journal entry must be at least 200 words. No references or citations are necessary.