On the other hand, my OB does try really hard to stay on time; her staff tends to double-book her constantly. And then when she has to go to delivery, well that just throws her off track even more. So some of it is out of her control.View Thread
... waiting for such a long time, and then getting to speak with my doctor for only 10-15 minutes.
I feel like they require us to check in for appointments 10 minutes early, only to have to wait in the waiting room for 30 minutes, and then an additional 15-20 in the exam room. I started taking my NOOK eReader with me, so I have something to do while I'm waiting in the exam room View Thread
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