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Running the surgery corridor gauntlet

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There’s a downside to being the first door on the corridor too, however. Work finds you. Staff wielding the urgent visit request, Dispensing staff needing “just a quick CD to check”, the district nurse needing a chat about a palliative. Work follows the path of least resistance. So after trying closing the door, locking the door, eating lunch in my car and displaying a meeting in progress sign, now I’m out of the building with the last punter, and I do the referrals/admin etc when the place is empty. Amazing how people find their own solutions to problems without the option of me. Is this wrong?

Posted date

31 Jan 2018

Posted time

4:50pm

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