I was sooooooooooo
happy to find this
notethat my receptionist took down for me yesterday while I was seeing patients- A
patient had called to specifically leave me a
message, and for once, it wasn't a clarification question about medication or dosage. I was so touched when I read the message I took a photo of it (patient info cut off for patient confidentiality
FYI: "tx" = treatment
And...I received my
firstgiftfrom a patient in Hong Kong! Of course, we doctors don't expect to receive anything from patients after treating them. We are honoured to be part of the healing process. Nevertheless, in Toronto, some patients would express their gratitude by
articles of clothing,
fancy jars of green tea...
On Monday, I received a
hand-printed scarffrom one of my patients who had gone to
India for the holidays. She told me it was "so cheap", but to me, it's the
thought that counts! It's nice to feel
appreciatedonce in a while, don't you agree?
Oh, and on the weekend, we took
Bella out on her first car ride. She absolutely
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