Tuesday, 20 December 2005

"Tell Us The Truth" - Sham 69, 1991

The local medical practice in my village recently sent out questionnaires to their patients, asking a myriad of questions about the doctors, dispensary, nurses, and admin staff. This evening I have been reading the results, which came in today's post ("mail", to my US friends). Surprisingly, there was a huge amount of detail in the report, and I have to wonder if all of the patients of the practice got the same big envelope that I did today!

Most of the responses were as you might expect. But there were three which really gave me a chuckle. Here they are...

"The doctor is good enough for my family and myself."

"The doctor needs to be a bit less clinical."

AND my personal favorite...

"A larger waiting room is needed, so there is more space between peoples' illnesses."



At 20 December, 2005 23:58 , Blogger gnightgirl said...

I hooted at the last one; I feel the same way in the drugstore when I pick up my mother's meds; a little space, or a hazmat suit, por favor.

At 22 December, 2005 00:57 , Anonymous Howard said...

> today's post ("mail", to my US friends)

Hey, Janet, isn't it odd that here the Royal Mail delivers the post,, whereas across the Pond, the US Postal Service delivers the mail?!



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