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Ah Yes, the beginning of a new academic year here at the medical school. Bookstore sale for used and even some new medical textbooks. Always brings back fond memories...
Now this made my day at my hospital in Saudi Arabia. Freshly made Krispy Kreme donuts. Made me nostalgic for the 20 years I lived in Atlanta working at the CDC where Krispy Kreme is an institution (in Atlanta, not the CDC).
Despite what the medical literature states , who needs AEDs when you got these. I carry them everywhere. Good for restarting a heart and good for jumpstarting my Mercedes
Have portable modem will travel anywhere rain or shine. I'm also the only medical doctor with my own private local area network with access to home files. Only downside is, sometimes I can't find the modem when my desk gets messy...
OMG 😲...SURROUNDED ON ALL SIDES BY OIL TANKERS! they didn't tell me about hazardous materials when I took this job here in Saudi Arabia! So much oil...amazing. Learn something new everyday
Ah so, here's the culprit. Parked right in front of the doctors parking lot entrance. Fellow certainly has a lot of gall parking right in front of a "no parking sign" written in Arabic, but with a quite clear image indicating that morons who park here will be towed
As a successful physician, I am finally am able to indulge my passion in high end motor vehicles and as you can see I love Mercedes. The only problem is trying to decide which one to drive to the hospital in the morning..
Believe it or not I am just 100 m from the doctors parking lot . This is the front of the hospital , stuck in a unbelievable traffic jam. can't believe it. This is a hospital, not the entrance to a rock festival or World Cup soccer match
Just another view of this government ambulance from the Ministry of Health parked in Front of Our University Hospital. A whole different healthcare system that is not really a system but a fragmented network of healthcare facilities around the country that unfortunately do not talk with each other
Like any fancy Park Avenue doctor one must have your credentials conspicuously posted on your office wall so that patients have confidence that they're being cared for by a real doctor not just one who plays one on TV. LOL
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Given the really extraordinarily high incidence of diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, and family history, this symposium addresses probably the greatest public health threat on a long-term basis to the Kingdom
Everybody's getting into this prehospital care ambulance helicopter business these days but much-needed in this country with wide spread and isolated populations
Who needs fancy organizing software when I have a virtually empty wall with at least a terabyte of capacity... also has calendar, address book and tasking functions
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