Before you go slandering a good hospital's name, perhaps you should go through schooling and perfect your grammar. With as many spelling and grammar mistakes in this article, I am very surprised anyone would ask you to invest in any company, good or bad!
As an employee in the insurance billing side of the medical field (not a Gilbert ER, I assure you, I am not being bias in any way), I know many insurance companies, especially Blue Cross Blue Shield as named in this article, pay the patient instead of the hospital, and it is the patient's responsibility to forward that payment to the hospital to pay off their debt. If the patient refuses to forward such payment, their account goes to collections and eventually against their credit. There is no "scandal", that is just the way things work!
Background checks are ran on all employees, as are drug tests at all hospitals, including Gilbert ER.
As for smoking, currently most medical facilities in Maricopa county are implementing a tobacco screening which would reduce benefit costs for employees proving to be tobacco free (a plus to both employee and patient); And, as always, all hospitals apply the "Wash in, Wash out" rule stating you are to wash before and after seeing a patient.
Next time you go about writing awful reviews, spell check and research are two very important factors.