Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Question of the day

I have a question, at what point in medical school do they install doctors with a attitude problem? When do they tell them if they can't fix the problem in six minutes, they can just send them to somebody else? When are they instilled with the god given right to order tests with no regard to the cost, and then wait for weeks to read the results? What gives them the right to say, "Don't worry, we just haven't found the right medication for you yet." I can translate that for you, come back if that doesn't work and I can charge you again.
What ever happened to the doctors you see on TV? The ones who care about solving a problem and are willing to do whatever it takes? Do they exist in real life? I am honestly losing confidence in the medical community.

No comments:

Site Meter