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I received a
generic, computer-generated letter from my dermatologist's office saying I
was due for a checkup so I called to schedule an appointment.
She walks in, recognizes me with exasperation and says, "Look,
I still don't have a cure for psoriasis — sorry.
Next time just call my nurse and we'll call in your
Response: Well isn’t that
just peachy? Was she thinking she was
costing you money unnecessarily? If so, she certainly lived up to
her concern! Is it still not
politically correct to slap a woman? Your
derm didn’t ask:
I would not continue to patronize this derm. You’re worth considerably more and better service than your email illustrates. I wonder if this derm flunked out of veterinary school before picking dermatology as her booby prize? -Ed