Dd is due to get her 4yo vaccinations done. I called the clinic and asked for an appointment for saturday.... Nope no open. So i asked for an appointment for after 4:30pm as i work full time. Nope latest appt is 4pm.
So, in order for me to get this done, i have to take time off work (and miss wages) to get her vaccinated.
Can they make it any more difficult?
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04-12-2013 15:20 #1
Help a parent out!
04-12-2013 15:36 #2
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04-12-2013 15:42 #4
It's the same thing with doctors surgeries. The nurses seem to work between 9-3 weekdays ruling out after work also.
04-12-2013 16:12 #5
Our GP does my girls vax you can request a dr and not a nurse!!!
04-12-2013 16:15 #6
Are you in Perth by chance?
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