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The doctor called this morning to see how I was doing.

The doctor herself.

Not a nurse.

I am very impressed.


Unfortunately, while there is a change in the.. um.. problem, there isn't much of one. so I get to take the same dosage today.

The painkiller I took this morning is making me megasleepy, which isn't good, since I have to drive.

oh well. it should wear off in another hour or two.

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gen
Jun. 19th, 2002 08:29 am (UTC)
Sounds like you have a doc that gives a crap! Woohoo!
feren
Jun. 19th, 2002 08:52 am (UTC)
Doctor who cares?
Isn't that something along the lines of the sixth sign of the apocolypse?
skorzy
Jun. 19th, 2002 10:09 am (UTC)
You've either got a great doctor there.. or one that doesn't have enough clients yet. ;)

My experiences at UMASS' Med. Ctr. , most recently experienced when I broke my rib last year, was that the nurse staff was the "core" of the patient care here. Good thing too, because they've got some damn fine NPs working here. Unfortunately, they seem as busy as the doctors, but don't have the "rushed" attitude the Muds have.

A couple years ago when I opened up my thumb (stupid.. my fault) carelessly opening a glass ampoule, the NP staff were top notch and did all the work.

Even were sympathetic when I almost passed out when the local aneasthetic was injected in the wound.... :P
enveri
Jun. 19th, 2002 10:32 am (UTC)
The nurse was really sweet when she drew my blood... she could tell it was really bothering me. ;)

(Needles used to have no effect.. I would quite happily watch them poke me to draw blood, donate blood, whatever. But I lost my nerve. ;))
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