The simple answer? No. A recent study shows that 4 out of 5 doctors do not get enough exercise. For the statisticians out there, yes this is not a great sample as it is small and made up of British doctors, but I don't imagine the numbers being much different here. I think more hospitals should have a gym attached for both patients, their family members, and staff in order to let patients rehab in a more dynamic way and staff easily access exercise facilities. Of course, all the usual precautions should be in place for patients but I can see it being quite helpful for some, especially those that seem to go stir crazy sitting in bed all day long.