Re: [Histonet] Friday Hour of Fuming
I'm preparing to take the PA exam. The doctors I work for have a private lab
and are contracted out to a hospital. They all thought it was a great idea
that I start grossing at the hospital every afternoon to increase my
knowledge (yeah, ok.)
Last Saturday I started loosing my voice and came down with bronchitis.
I went to work on Monday and struggled all day while dictating. I called the
evening supervisor to tell him I won't be in Tuesday because I was going to
the doctor to get checked out.
My medical director came in Tuesday and was told by my morning
supervisor that I was sick. Thursday, he came in and asked how I was
feeling. I told him my voice was getting better. Then he told me that I
should have contacted the pathologist scheduled to gross and tell him I was
sick. Now I tell you, these two pathologists have their offices side by
side. Don't you think my medical director should have told the other
pathologist that I was sick?
Am I in outer space or something? Reality check here. I told my medical
director that at least six people knew (including him) and I ass u me d
someone would have passed the word. All I could say was that if I could
talk, I would've called. Aagggggggggggg!!!!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fred Underwood"
Sent: Friday, March 10, 2006 1:29 PM
Subject: Re: [Histonet] Friday Hour of Fuming
> Along those lines. Have you ever ordered a pitcher of your favorite
> beverage and had your waitress (excuse me, wait person) pour the drink
> out of the side of the pitcher. Instead of the front like it was
>>>> "Breeden, Sara" 03/10/06 02:22PM >>>
> I suggest we have a Friday Hour of Fuming in order to allow us to rid
> ourselves of the mental flotsam and jetsam that have accumulated
> the week. For example.... I'd like to Fume against "lip drip". It
> seem to me that after years and years of R&D, someone could perfect a
> liter/gallon container that didn't piddle all over everything when
> pouring. The beaker people fixed that YEARS ago. A small adjustment
> the shape of the lip would solve that annoyance!
> I feel SO much better! Next?
> Sally Breeden, HT(ASCP)
> New Mexico Department of Agriculture
> Veterinary Diagnostic Services
> POBox 4700
> Albuquerque, NM 87196
> (505)841-2518 FAX
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