When I became a GP I took over a single handed practice which had been run for over 40 years by a rather truculent but good hearted Scotsman. He had run his practice from two downstairs rooms in the terraced house where he lived. He carried on living in the upstairs portion of the house and I took over the consulting room (which had, many years before, been the dining room) and the waiting room (which should have been the sitting room if the house had been arranged more normally).
Together with the receptionist/secretary whom I had inherited with the practice, I spent much of my…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/