NOTE: This is just a fantasy. I know very well that this isn't something to be done in real life.
Sorry. I'm in a serious need to vent. I seriously need my concentration back for an exam.
I can't help imagining the demise of this very "AAAMAZING" doctor who practically questioned my competence. I'm not saying that I'm perfect and that I'm not open to criticisms. I know that I have a long way to go as a nurse, okay. However, if you question my ability when I just followed the order that was written then *fury*.
And when I brought that up, the fact that he didn't tell me, the nurse responsible, that he changed his order (he didn't even write it), he said has no intention to tell me anything because he doesn't like my work. Which just annoys me more, because my work was keeping his order.
Anyway, he doesn't want me to handle any of his patients. ( Unfortunately for the both of us, I am a nurse. I can't just stop caring.
Oh, how I wanted to tell him that I don't want to hear those words from him *fury* Dr. I-can't-even-write-my-orders-in-proper-format!!! Dr. You-can't-call-me-no-matter-how-urgent-the-case-is!!! Dr. I'm-the-only-one-who-can-order-anything-in-here!!!
*grrr* I'm surprised that I'm being this mad that he's banning me from his patients. Why, I should be thankful! I always have to trouble myself getting a telephone order from him because the residents are scared to prescribe anything! I just I'm one of those vindictive persons.
I wanted to confront him so much but since I have to many confrontations lately, I decided to shut up. Later on however, I still feel infuriated. I decided to step faraway and vent my feelings to a wall. Unfortunately, apparently, fire exits aren't sound proof and let's just say the supervisor heard me and many more.
Oh, this is going to have blow on me. I can just feel it... and I didn't even get to confront the _______ doctor. I find it difficult to move on. I just have to imagine myself beating him up. =P
May I ask, am I the only wanting to punch the lights out of doctor? Am I in serious need of help?
Yes. Condescending attitude aside. Bypassing the nurses is bad and risky. I mean what's the point of having a health care team.
I was really upset at the first hour post "Don't touch my patients." but then I realize he's not the boss of me. He leads the treatment but he's not the boss. Nowadays, the patients are the boss.
Fortunately....Unfortunately... the customer is always right. (but that's another "sad" topic)
Late Entry: Regarding the "fantasy"
LOL. Most of the doctors I worked with are not "fantasy" material for me.
And sometimes, it's too busy to take a break, let alone fantasize
Last edit by hazyblue on Feb 11, '13
: Reason: Late Entry :)