July 26, 2006

Doctors

There is a clinic at a block nearby but the consultation plus medication fees are quite high. So I only see this doctor when I have dizziness, sprained angle, stomach fever or such ailments that make walking difficult.

My regular doctor is further away. He is very experienced. One important thing is that his medication is usually very effective. When he is not in, there will be a temporary doctor to replace him. Before I go I will call the clinic to ask if the doctor is in because I do not like to see replacement doctors.

In that case I will see another doctor at the other end of the road. This doctor is very friendly and you can talk to her about other things also. I think she is very sympathetic to people in my profession. Whenever my temperature is 38 or above, she will say ‘You have a good rest. Don’t worry, I’ll give you 2 days medical leave’.

8 comments:

amai said...

R u a teacher?

fr said...

hahahaha... well, I can claim part of the medical fees from the Government.

Anonymous said...

so u r a teacher?

my doc also always gives me 2 days off for fever..

juanjuan said...

bad weather... take care drink more water!

amai said...

part of the medical claim....wahahahahhahahah...
so.....my guess is rite yozz.

Kongming said...

i tot all civil servants r part claim?

Victor said...

Hmm... seems like you do a lot of walking in your work. A teacher (which was my earlier guess too) does a lot of talking but not so much walking. Let me hazard another guess. Are you a police officer who does a lot of beat patrol on foot?

fr said...

Hahahaha...ya I did a lot of walking and standing - patrol and guard duties at vital installations during NS