Do not get sick, you need an Appointment

By Angelo

Went today to my Health Centre,  doctors cannot see you unless it is an emergency, get a number and reception will give you an appointment with date and time in a day, 2, 3 depending.

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By JonSnow• 3 years 5 months ago.
JonSnow

If you are still able to lift a finger then you are not in an emergency.

By RISINGSTAR58• 3 years 5 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
RISINGSTAR58

To get an appointment on 107 is a adventure, that today i enjoyed.

By mohdata• 3 years 5 months ago.
mohdata

yup, if you're going to get sick, make sure you do it right...go for gold....have a heart attack, burst aneurysm or meteor sized kidney stone...they'll see you :-)

By britexpat• 3 years 5 months ago.
Rating: 4/5
britexpat

Qatar. Small country. Too many people

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