29 October 2011

A postcard for the NHS


Anonymous said...

sad but so so true

garth marenghi

Julie said...

Well, if you don't want to be one of those, there's work to be done before Wednesday. That's when amendments to the Health Secretary's duty goes before the House of Lords. Read about it here;


Anonymous said...

What can we do now?

I've only recently started and it feels like the reasons I wanted to do this for over a decade have been torn apart and thrown in the corner.

Why bother now?...

Anonymous said...

Because the tax payer has paid a fortune for your training so you could at least pretend you're doing medicine to help unwell people and treat them for a few years?

Sam said...

Hello Dr Grumble,

nice to see your blog is back, because we all miss your input. I hope you are Ok and will be writing again soon


Nurse and Hospital Stories said...

"I voted on X-factor..."

haha. So true. :( Looking forward for an updated post from you, eh.

Take care,
Peny@nursing shoes

The Angry Medic said...

Dr G, you are such a cocktease. Leaving a post like that, getting all your readers hot and bothered - then running off to God knows where. I hope you come back soon!

Eeek said...

HEY pleased that something if DR G is still around!!! Hope you are back on on top form soon. Much missed.

Eeek said...

Can you recommend any other sites? I was a fan of NHSblogdoctor adn Dr Crippen was excellent as were you . I appreciate you may bot be able to cointinue but do you know of anyone else??????

Dr Grumble said...

I've run out of steam but there are others out there:

Jobbing Doctor
The Witch Doctor
The Brown Stuff
The Ferret Fancier
Dr Phil Yerboots
Northern Doc
Bad Medicine

Those are in no particular order off the top of my head each with their individual characters.

Nobody quite replaces Crippen who clearly would have done much better as a tabloid journalist than as a GP - though I'm sure he was a good GP.

There are others. Apologies to the ones I have forgotten but feel free to add your names here.

Dr. Vaughan Dabbs said...

Thanks for the good read. I've been reading your other posts and I have to say that they are impressive.

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