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Curious as to what it takes to become a certified sleep doc?
RE: Curious as to what it takes to become a certified sleep doc?
(07-14-2015, 02:21 PM)Mark Douglas Wrote:
(07-14-2015, 01:39 PM)DocWils Wrote: Good on yer Dad! I bet he was good physician, too. Certainly dedicated. Well done, that man.

Docs who do a thorough history and are great problem solvers are still out there even if an endangered species. Dr B takes as much time as he - or I - need and for that I am grateful. First visit was about 45 minutes. Smile He recently told me he would do his job for free he loves it so much.

Doc Wils I'll take a crusty old Charles W. Kingsfield Jr. who is at the top of his game anytime over a personable yet ineffective "nice" person any day.

Me too. Alas, I am starting to resemble Professor Kingsfield (and Seth Hazlitt) a bit too much, minus the hair loss. Ah, well, we always think that getting old is something that happens to someone else, and then we catch a glimpse in the mirror and give a little whimper.
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