Did you ever work with a doctor who you didn’t like when you first met, but once you got to know him…you HATED HIM?
Did you ever notice that when the doctor is wrong, it’s the nurse’s fault, but when the nurse is wrong, it’s the nurse’s fault?
Have you ever had a patient come into the clinic five minutes before closing time with a complaint they’ve had for a week or more?
Isn’t it weird how when you tell a psychiatrist his patient is completely and totally non-compliant in taking his medication, he inevitably raises the medication dosage?
Wouldn’t you like to meet the people who designed the ‘easy’ and ‘intuitive’ computerized charting system?
Have you ever notice that the bigger the dressing you put on a patient, the more satisfied they are?
A man went with his wife on honeymoon and they were getting undressed together for the first time.
The man took off his shoes and socks and his toes were all twisted and discolored.
“What happened to your feet?” his wife asked.
“I had a childhood disease called Tolio.”
“Don’t you mean polio?”
“No, tolio, it only affects the toes.”
Men then removed his pants and revealed an awful-looking pair of knees.
“What happened to your knees?” she asked.
“Well, I also had Kneesles.”
“Don’t you mean measles?”
“No, kneesles, it only affects the knees.”
When he removed his shorts, his wife gasped and said, “Don’t tell me, you also had Smallcox!”