I was talking to a very serious, pompous and rather patronising young GP.
‘I miss having a medical licence,’ I said. ‘It means that in an emergency I can’t get hold of a few antibiotic tablets.’
She frowned at me. ‘But you don’t have any patients do you?’
I admitted that I did not.
‘So who would you want the antibiotics for?’
‘For my wife or myself, a relative or a friend.’
‘That’s illegal,’ she said. ‘A doctor isn’t supposed to treat himself or a relative.’
‘That’s true,’ I nodded. ‘But occasionally, in an emergency…’
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/