I definitely agree with you that roleplay needs to be varied (If I don't hear "I'm applying morphine to you, this might hurt" ever again it might be too soon!), however, at the same time, people do have to understand that we go through literal hundreds of patients, situations are going to be similar and there's only so much you can do in terms of variety. For me, I barely do any 'medical' roleplay at all, instead I engage with people and patients at the location, as that is bound to be different situations and people are more willing to roleplay when it's not about how much their pinky toe hurts but about what they've been doing and what's going on in general. Help the medics some as well, give us some cues as to what it is that you want to talk about! We do want to roleplay with people, and some people just need encouragement with it, as they might be new to the faction and not really sure if you're supposed to do stale medical roleplay, or just be chill and chat with people. Mind you, until you're a Nurse, we haven't actually vetted their roleplay ability in real situations, so it's hard to determine who is a good or a bad roleplayer until we see them in-game.