How can I keep track of all the people who treat me at the hospital?

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 Dr. Kathleen Handal, MD
Emergency Medicine
When you meet the emergency medicine (EM) doctor, hospitalist, social worker, charge nurse or a consulting physician, ask for their business card so you can reach them later on. If they don’t have one, write down their name and how to reach them in a note pad. And don’t forget to thank the people who help you. It will go a long way in making everyone’s day brighter, including your own.
Doc's ER Survival Guide (DocHandal's Guides)

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Doc's ER Survival Guide (DocHandal's Guides)

Few people get through life without at least one trip to the emergency room (ER), either as a patient or support person for a family member or friend. Doc’s ER Survival Guide is designed to help...

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