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polyclinic

Postby LOLMum » Thu Mar 22, 2012 8:09 pm

this am was my first visit to a polyclinic after so many years.

good service by staff and dr, short waiting time and clean and spacious layout of the whole place. i am not too fond of the young (quite good looking) male medical technican who poked me to draw the blood though :razz:

many patients were wearing masks too :wink: (not something i see in private clinics) and when i see the payment fees, i understand why my private dr is so rich. :faint:

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Re: polyclinic

Postby carebear » Fri Mar 23, 2012 10:08 am

LOLMum wrote:this am was my first visit to a polyclinic after so many years.

good service by staff and dr, short waiting time and clean and spacious layout of the whole place. i am not too fond of the young (quite good looking) male medical technican who poked me to draw the blood though :razz:

many patients were wearing masks too :wink: (not something i see in private clinics) and when i see the payment fees, i understand why my private dr is so rich. :faint:


Pte doctor nowadays not rich anymore.
Maybe yours belong to the older generation.
I know of private doctor living in HDB flat and drive Japanese car- just like most of us.
Overheads are so high these days.
Dunno why people still wanna become doctors.

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Re: polyclinic

Postby Imami » Sat Mar 24, 2012 6:03 pm

carebear wrote:I know of private doctor living in HDB flat and drive Japanese car- just like most of us.
Overheads are so high these days.
Dunno why people still wanna become doctors.


To save lives lor. :wink:

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Re: polyclinic

Postby carebear » Sat Mar 24, 2012 6:53 pm

Imami wrote:
carebear wrote:I know of private doctor living in HDB flat and drive Japanese car- just like most of us.
Overheads are so high these days.
Dunno why people still wanna become doctors.


To save lives lor. :wink:

Study so hard and so long. Tuition fees so expensive.
Really not worth it.

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Re: polyclinic

Postby SAHM_TAN » Sat Mar 24, 2012 7:06 pm

Depends on whether you view it as a calling or money making career.

I think there are still some specialised areas that are still profitable.


There are docs who go to ulu ulu places to save lives and improves patients' quality of life.

Best is earn from the rich and treat the poor for free :rotflmao:

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