I’m a little late to the party on this one, but when my GP told me that oral examinations are only done by your GP, I was really excited.
But, like many of you, I wasn’t entirely prepared for how much of a shock this would be for me.
After all, oral exams are one of the most routine things doctors do.
What I didn’t expect was that it would be as difficult as the rest of my day.
It was not only that my GP would not let me sit on the exam table in the examination room, but that my exam was also going to be videotaped by my doctor.
I’ve seen this before.
The doctor will record the examination on the computer and send the results to the NHS.
I thought I’d have to sit through the entire process, but luckily my GP and I were both on the same team.
So, I sat on the floor of the examination hall for almost half an hour.
I didn-t even get to the end of the exam, which was not a big deal at the time.
In the end, I’m pretty sure my GP was very impressed with the outcome.
I am pleased that I’ve now been able to enjoy an examination without any pain, discomfort or trauma, but I did have to take my time.
I think this is a very good example of how we can work together to protect patients’ privacy and give them a quality health service.
What I did do was ask my GP how long my test would take, and he told me he would contact my GP immediately.
We have a really good working relationship with our GP.
When I had a very difficult time finding out whether or not I had been found not fit to practise, he made it very clear that he wanted to give me a chance.
This is the kind of relationship that we need in the NHS, so I can understand why I was told to wait for my GP to contact me.
But I don’t think I’ll ever forget the look on his face when I told him that my test had been positive and that I would be going home with a clean bill of health.
When I was done with my exam, I immediately started checking my phone to see if my GP had any news on my case.
Thankfully, I had my phone in my bag when I left.
But it was a bit of a relief to know that I had no record of my test being negative.
It was a relief that I was in a safe place.
I was able to focus on the fact that I could do a bit more in my day to day life, which I think was great.
I still don’t know what the outcome of the test will be, but it’s nice to know the doctor was satisfied with my assessment and that he was able.