As Defence families and the same for all the transient families around the world we move regularly, and by regularly I mean every two to three years!
In this instant, I am used to finding new doctors, a house, schools, my favourite cafe, the best grocery store and walking tracks for the dogs.
What throws a spanner in all this careful planning is:-
When you find that GP, the doctor that you feel comfortable with, the one who is a great advocate, has great bedside manner and the desire to find the best solutions, understands and wants to further learn about your crazy medical history – leaves the practice where you also feel comfortable.
a) stick with the practice and build a relationship with a new doctor;
b) track down the GP and change practice (if in the same location).
I’m stuck – great doctor, great practice where children also see their doctor or do we split – I follow my GP and the kids stay where they are……the joys.
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