Life and Death II: The Brain
You will be working in our brand new Neurosurgery Wing: a modern,
fully-equipped medical unit with its own personnel staffing,
record keeping, diagnostic facilities and classroom. As you are
aware, your job is to diagnose patients (after ordering the neces-
sary tests), prescribe treatments or drugs and - when appropriate
In short, you have all the privileges and responsibilities of any
other surgeon in the hospital. About the only difference is that
Dr. Skelton will be tracking your progress and offering guidance
Upon arrival at the start of your shift you will be required to
sign in before cases can be assigned. The receptionist, Edith
Macdonald, will then keep track of your records, make sure you
receive any messages and let you know if you have patients wait-
ing. Edith can also answer any questions you might have in case
you get lost or don't know what to do. You can find her at her
station in the center of the Neurosurgery Wing.
At various times during the day you will find yourself addressed
by the loudspeaker system. Pay attention to because this tells
you where you should be at any given time. It isn't a good idea
to keep your patients or Dr. Skelton waiting for very long.
Aside from the receptionist's station there are several other
rooms you should become familiar with.
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