Monday, November 5, 2012 at 10:27 pm (Updated: November 6, 5:39 am)
Doctor, patient have hearing problems
I went for my first visit to my new doctor. Everything was going fine until my phone rang. I didn’t want it to keep ringing because it would have rang three more times loudly. So I answered the phone. He was busy typing on his little computer anyway. I tried to hurriedly get off and he got up and said as he went out the door that he would be back when I got off the phone.
I know it is considered rude when you answer your phone while you are with a doctor, but what do you do if it keeps ringing?
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