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Doctor In The House (1946)

patient went as a last resort to the psychiatrists, and as they were then unable to transfer him to anyone he probably continued to visit them and talk about his headaches once a week for the remainder of his life.
While I was working in out-patients' the hospital authorities installed a bar for tea and buns in the hall to break the tedium of the long wait. The regular patients were delighted, and showed their appreciation by spending as many of their afternoons as they could enjoying a medical tea-party with their fellow sufferers.
`Times have changed,' one of the old porters said gloomily, looking at the girl distributing cups of tea from the new counter. `None of this 'ere nonsense in the old days. Mollycoddling, I call it.'
He wistfully described the routine of forty years ago. The patients had to be inside the building and seated at the benches by eight o'clock every morning. Then the doors were locked and anyone coming late had no alternative than to wait until the next day. The consultant arrived at nine, and strode to his room accompanied by a senior porter. When the doctor had settled himself in his chair the porter went to the door and shouted: `Nah then ! All them with coughs, stand up!' A handful of patients came to their feet and shuffled into the room. When they had been seen the porter returned and commanded: `Stomach pains, diarrhoea, and flatulence P The possessors of these alimentary disorders filed before the doctor while the porter marshalled the chronic cases who had come simply for a new bottle of medicine. The patients found the system convenient, and it was abolished only when the senior physician left for Harley Street after a remarkably heavy morning treating chest symptoms and found a stall outside the hospital from which

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