Doctors' Offices

One of the most uninviting places to check out has to be a Doctor's office. First, we normally visit because we have a pain or suffer from some ailment that won't put us within the best of moods firstly, but to add insult to injury, you have to contend with the peculiarities in the doctor's office staff, a very cold group of workers that are more concerned with processing you prefer an order as opposed to treating you want a human-being. On your first trip to a doctor's office, you are bombarded with a substantial volume of paperwork in triplicate, that i guess we have to thank our lawyer friends for. I visited a new doctor recently and it was overwhelmed by the paperwork. There have been more waivers of rights than there was anything pertaining to my medical history. I felt like I used to be more in an attorney's office when compared to a doctor's.– Santa Clarita Doctors Office

The decor of doctors' offices are simply the same which is pretty plain, with outdated or irrelevant magazines to learn, and a whiff of isopropyl alcohol via a flight. I find patients in the waiting room have a tendency to keep to themselves and never like to engage in conversation, maybe since they are embarrassed by their ailment or maybe because they only speak a foreign language. When you try to strike up a conversation with someone, they appear at you like they are being interrogated through the FBI or border patrol. Around the walls of the office would be the doctor's degrees and certificates that happen to be intended to impress you. Some doctors have a tendency to overdue it though as they frame everything from their college degree to their safety patrol or bar mitzvah certificates.

I assume what irritates me one of the most though is making a consultation with a doctor that he or she rarely keeps. If I have an appointment, medical or else, I tend to arrive a few minutes early as I don't especially like to be late. But doctors' really do not care about your time, even when you take time off from try to visit them. I get a real problem with this because i wouldn't treat my customers this way. If the doctor is late, my impatience slowly brews until I can't take it anymore and storm outside (I've done this on many occasion), and frankly, I wish more people would try this. The office staff then efforts to threaten you that they can still bill you for that appointment, which is actually a veiled threat. I merely point out the time in their mind, and threaten to bill them for my lost time. I just can't figure out why after practicing medicine for therefore long, they can't produce a simple schedule whilst it. Everybody else does. In my experience, its a sign of disrespect.– Santa Clarita Doctors Office