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Uh, Susan?

Posted by Racer on September 25, 2005, at 20:55:58

In reply to LeslieAmy, posted by Susan47 on September 25, 2005, at 12:51:30

After a procedure like ECT, I very much doubt that one could walk home -- even if it was less than 3 miles. What's more, after such a procedure, I don't think it would be safe at all to have someone try to get home alone.

What's more, I don't think it's out of line to be upset if one's appointment is delayed by an hour and a half with no advanced warning. Hard fact of life: patients have lives, too. For that matter, when one of my appointments with my old GP was delayed an hour because of scheduling screw ups, my GP marched me into the practice manager's office and told him in front of me that my visit -- and all tests done that day -- were free because I'd had to wait so very long. She was upset, because that's often nothing more than bad management.

Oh, and while this might be crossing the line, I know how I'd feel if I had posted this and read your posts. I know that you have a different opinion from most of the rest of us on this matter, but maybe you could think a little more about how it would feel for someone else to read your posts? They really don't sound terribly supportive, and maybe support would be a good thing to offer here?

Just my two cents, and cheap at half the price...




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