funny names for nurses - page 29

An Accident and Emergency Department in Birmingham boasts a Nurse Payne Nurse Hacker scrubs regularly in a London Operating Department Sister De'Ath walks the corridors of a hospice in... Read More

  1. by   Starr1966
    Dr. McCracken.....Chiropractor.
  2. by   ElvishDNP
    Quote from aussiemags
    Harry Peters??? Is that an American joke?? I may be dim but I dont get it. Down here in Australia perhaps its different.
    Peter can be a euphemism for a certain part of male anatomy.
    This particular name may be real, but there are lots of urban legends floating around about names like this too.
  3. by   aussiemags
    Quote from Elvish
    Peter can be a euphemism for a certain part of male anatomy.
    This particular name may be real, but there are lots of urban legends floating around about names like this too.
    Thanks - thought it must be. Similar to Johnson?? Pecker??
  4. by   ElvishDNP
    Quote from aussiemags
    Thanks - thought it must be. Similar to Johnson?? Pecker??
    Something like that.
  5. by   namaste_71
    Nurse Killer (I am not kidding).

    When I was growing up, my dog's vets were named Dr. Payne (that one popped up a lot) and Dr. Ferrett.
    Last edit by namaste_71 on Apr 30, '08
  6. by   adoyo
    Thanx for Harry Peters which i am hearing for the first time to b meaning some part of the males since I have always known names like Dick and Joseph also to mean another part of the male anatomy!! May be even some people refer to it as John or Immanuelle in other parts of the world!! In any case, meanings are in people!!!I hope mine does not mean anyything similar to that anywhere in the world... I would change it immediately!!
  7. by   rgroyer1RNBSN
    Here we have a Dr.Ratchet and a Dr.Burgerbutts in er, we have a new nurse in infectious disease named Nurse Agora B. Rotten RN, We have a peds dentist named Richard (Dick) (and he is one) Kunutzen DDS, and my familys first GP who delivered me and my mom was Dr.Killbane DO, and at the old hospital in my home town there was a Dr.Slaughter DO- Surgeon and a Dr.Butcher DO- Surgeon whom my grandma tells me used to compete to see who could take out the most appendix and gallbladders!!! LOL, love this thread ROFLMAO
  8. by   rgroyer1RNBSN
    My last name is Groyer and one time they paged me overhead and the stupid operator called me Groiner, we also have a Derm guy whos name is Dr.Shingleton MD lol!
  9. by   rgroyer1RNBSN
    She pronounced my name Groin-er to er, and my first name is Rod so you can imagine what that sounded like! this is the same twit that when I called her to call a code I said a few choice cuss words and she repeated them overhead!

    We also have an Angelica Fartts pronounced Angelic-uh- Fartts and she works on GI surgical! LOL

    We have an Anna Huggies LPN who works nursery lol!


    We also have a Hocho Getto RN who works trauma!


    We also have a nurse Lord RN in ER!

    and in my SICU we have an Angelo Hearse RN lol!
  10. by   NurseLoveJoy88
    Dr. Molar. He is a dentist.
  11. by   GitanoRN
    Here's my 2 cents... we recently had a female pt. name Ms.Dick (seriously)
    and two years ago we had a Urologist doctor, name Dr. Boner
  12. by   Hypoxia
    Quote from JennieBSN
    Pediatric urologist here named Dr. Weiner. I had to struggle not to laugh the first time he introduced himself to me...

    [ June 19, 2001: Message edited by: kday ]
    Omg I laughed so hard when I read this!
  13. by   nurse32
    Dr. Soo Mee, one of my patient's opthalmologist

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