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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Shitty Service Pediatrics

I love my kids' pediatrician.  That woman is outstanding.  As a matter of fact, all of the doctors in that office are good people. The office staff, however, makes me want to tear shit up with a bat.
















Awesomeness: I need to make an appointment for my kids to follow up with a doctor.  They've had ear infections and one seems to be okay, but the other doesn't seem to be doing better.  I can't make it in today, but I'd like to get them in tomorrow.
























Awesomeness: Thanks.






































Awesomeness: Is that the only appointment you have?  It doesn't really work well for me.  I have to work.
























Awesomeness: Well, I don't have a choice, do I?  Book it.


So, now I have to:

  • Drive an hour into work for an hour and 1/2 of work.
  • Drive an hour back to pick up the kids.
  • Drive 1/2 an hour to the doctor's office.
  • Drive 1/2 an hour back to the house, drop off the kids.
  • Drive an hour back into work for 3 hours of work.
  • Drive an hour back home.
I'm not looking forward to this.  Mr. A is hiding the bats.

3 comments:

Candice said...

Well, at least you didn't expect your pediatrician to play psychic and call in meds for your kid without being seen. We get that one a lot, and it makes me want to tear shit up too.

I hope your kiddo is feeling better soon.

drollgirl said...

mmmmmmmurder. kill kill kill.

Awesomeness said...

Oh, no Candice. I don't give meds to my kids willy-nilly. I wouldn't ever trust a pediatrician who would call in a prescription sight unseen. That's kinda scary.

drollgirl: yeeeeeeesssssss....times infinity