- Posted Friday July 12, 2013
Remember that full stool sample in the plastic container that came in after the lab van left on a Friday?
The receptionist left the ‘sample’ in the treatment room to be disposed of later. (Funnily enough she decided she wasn’t going to put it in the vaccine or the kitchen fridges.) Well – you guessed it. Another busy Friday afternoon. Someone else did the final checking of the premises. The treatment room door was closed as per the locking up procedure. And boy, did the sun shine that weekend. Monday morning? I think you can guess. Let’s just say the smell met you before you entered the building. We’ll never forget Mrs X – or her small offering.
Never Do Harm Coming Soon
Thank you for your funny stories. I’ll be awarding the prize very soon – so you have one last deadline to meet following the end of quarter returns and claims. Then I’ll promise to incorporate the best story in my novel ‘Never do Harm’ which is currently in production.
Meanwhile if you can take any comfort from the reading of wordy, sometimes impenetrable Government documents (who DOES write the QOF guidance – let me get my hands on him/her) may I suggest you try Amazon’s Easy Guide to publishing on Kindle. In true Practice Manager style Mirren Jones read, absorbed and implemented the 125 page guide. So now Eight of Cups is available on Kindle. We’re such a talented bunch we managers. Which reminds me – I must be due a pay rise.