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I am wondering, due to a recent Pediatrician change due to lack of caring, do you all think that a Pediatrician is a better Dr. when they have children themselves or do you think it doesn't really matter?
Well, I've never had my gallbladder out, but have provided excellent nursing care to my pts who have.
I've never died, but I've provided wonderful care to many hospice pts. (I left hospice years ago, but still have many cards and letters from grateful pts and their families).
I'm currently a hemodialysis nurse, and in training to be a peritoneal dialysis nurse educator.
My kidneys are healthy....you get my drift, I'm sure. :wink2:
Caring is in the individual. I don't think a ped having kids or not would affect that.
I have a good friend who is a wonderful NICU and high-risk OB nurse. She doesn't have any children, but she keeps this fact from hers pts, as she's found they tend to lose confidence in her when they find out she is not a mother.