[identity profile] ecirpnellehada.livejournal.com
Adah had to admit to feeling a little surprised when she limped into the clinic today for her shift. She also have to admit to feeling a little disappointed that the report didn't offer anything that severe or interesting. Most of these symptoms were daily fashion in Africa.

She also also had to admit that she wasn't too sure about that dog being here. It didn't seem to be the most hygienic thing in the world. Then again, though, if she was making African comparisons, she might as well put a lab coat on him and make him one of the nurses, for all it was worth up against the sort of things that might be walking through those clinics.
[identity profile] blonde-doctor.livejournal.com
Elliot did a quick check of the exam rooms and supplies -- she needed to order more lollipops that weren't grape -- and settled in behind the clinic desk. She was planning her schedule for Sacred Heart, and trying to make sure she built in extra time for hiding in the supply closet.

The clinic was open.
[identity profile] dr-jwilsonmd.livejournal.com
Wilson wouldn't claim to have slept well.

After getting home, he'd sat in the dark of their bedroom, the fire burning in the fireplace and casting the only light across the space while Wilson watched the snow fall. On a whim, he'd picked up one of his notepads and written out a letter to Aziraphale, which had helped...a little. Enough to allow the young doctor to curl up around the angel's pillow and eventually find some solace in sleep.

Walking through the softly falling snow, Wilson had stopped by the Perk for caffiene and something to eat, then headed on down to the clinic. His satchal was slung over his shoulder and he was humming some carols as he pushed through the door and waved to the night nurse.

The nurse came over to him with a group of faxed files and a worried expression on her face. While Wilson started a pot of coffee they discussed the patient in Exam 3, a Mrs. Martha Kent, admitted by Dr. Lambert the night before. Flipping through the file, Wilson's expression shifted and his shoulders slumped slightly.

Pancreatic cancer was a monster.

Sighing softly, he nodded to the nurse, who headed into the back to change shift and then he carried the file to the front desk. It never failed to anger him when cancer came to Fandom. Trolls, vampires, snow monsters, zombies...those monsters he could handle but the one he'd been trained to face down, was the boogeyman in the closet, the darkness that never seemed to want to let him go.

Damn it, Raphale...I wish you were here.
[identity profile] dr-jwilsonmd.livejournal.com
Taking only an hour break between classroom meet and greets and getting down to the Clinic, Wilson refreshed himself with a quick shower and a small snack, planning to share dinner with Aziraphale later in the evening. He also changed out of his suit and tie in to jeans for the night, figuring comfortable took precedence.

Whistling softly as he carried his softsided briefcase into the clinic, Wilson set himself up behind the counter. He was a little surprised to find some flowers already sitting there and checked the card.


Looking in the back, he didn't see anyone in the exam rooms so shrugged and figured that maybe someone had left them behind and would be back for them later. Taking himself back up to the front desk, Wilson settled in, tonight he didn't even pretend to work on his paper, he was playing with crossword puzzles.
[identity profile] drlambert.livejournal.com
After a few days off, Natalie returned to work feeling more relaxed. She peeked in on Jamie, then settled in at the front desk with her laptop and the wireless internet connection.
[identity profile] sexydoctor.livejournal.com
Christian found himself strangely anxious this morning as he opened the clinic, almost as if his show was premiering that night. He shrugged it off, checked on his patient, and settled in at the front desk to surf the web for anything interesting.
[identity profile] sexydoctor.livejournal.com
Christian grumbled about Tommy making up excuses for not being there when he opened up the clinic Monday morning. So much for a long weekend.

On the plus side, maybe some hot female students would present themselves for a beginning of the year check-up.

He checked on the one comatose patient and settled in to do some reading of porn.
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[personal profile] stykera
Stark arrived at the clinic to find one room occupied by Jamie. After checking in on him and then checking to be sure there was only one Jamie in the clinic, Stark settled in at the front desk.
[identity profile] goodtrevor.livejournal.com
Trevor went in and checked on Jamie again, before setting himself up at the front desk. Hopefully, this wouldn't be the kind of morning that would require more than one cup of coffee.
[identity profile] goodtrevor.livejournal.com
Trevor was pleased to see that everyone who had apparently been in the clinic in the morning had been discharged and left. He was hoping for a quiet, stress-free evening.
[identity profile] threeweapons.livejournal.com
Alanna was very suprised to find that there were actually people in the clinic. Faithful...decided the TV made a good bed.

FH Clinic (8/23)

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006 08:52 am
[identity profile] susanofnarnia.livejournal.com
Susan's left the doors open, and she's getting ready for the new students. She's also considering an orientation for the the beginning of the term.

[For Tyler, but also open]
[identity profile] sexydoctor.livejournal.com
Christian checked on Jamie and opened up the clinic. He started surfing the net for a last minute plane fare to Miami because Sean needed help with a delicate surgery. And a few days away from demons and jello dragons would be refreshing.
[identity profile] goodtrevor.livejournal.com
Trevor was exceptionally glad to have his voice back after the weekend, and was happy to see that the clinic was relatively empty after everything he'd heard had gone on. Switching the television station away from anything soap-related, he started flipping through the channels to see what else might be on.
[identity profile] dr-snark.livejournal.com
Dr. Cox spends a good portion of the day checking in on the patients in the exam rooms and then watching his soaps.

It be best if you didn't disturb him when he's watching his soaps.

[ooc: Having issues with LJ at work. Posting this early. Expect SP from me if you need to talk with Cox. Otherwise Mod the Nurse.]

[ooc 2: Yay! LJ issues gone! Woot! ]

FTEC, Sunday night

Sunday, July 16th, 2006 06:37 pm
[identity profile] ladder62.livejournal.com
Tommy stood in the doorway of the clinic and kept his eye out for trouble. Supposedly things got bad when the sun went down which - hey - not surprising. 'course the clinic had those three hot chicks wave their arms and chant or whatever it was they did (Tommy mostly paid attention to their outfits) so in theory nobody could get hurt while they were inside.

Good for the patients, mildly frustrating for Tommy and his temper.

[ooc: wait for OCD OCD is up. Check into the lobby thread when arriving. Incoming patients may be taken care of by Tommy or the nurse, who is being modded by the oh so awesome V tonight. Give her love and cookies.]

[ETA: All clinic players are now abed. Anybody coming in now can feel free to mod the nurse in Exam 4]
[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com
Janet was there. Totally unable to talk, and yes, somewhat cranky about it, but there. She had a lot of paper and a bunch of pens for notes. With any luck, no one would come in unconscious and unable to describe their own symptoms, because if so, she was going to be really thinking it was fun as a player mad at whatever was causing this

OOC: Please wait for the OCD. OCD is up. If you're currently occupying an exam room from last night's events, then please post yourself in there. :)

FTEC, Saturday Night

Saturday, July 15th, 2006 07:29 pm
[identity profile] ladder62.livejournal.com
Tommy? So not in a good mood.

Okay not that he ever was, but an inability to take care of his temper via 1) Drinking or 2) Loud swearing was not helping matters.

He nodded with approval when he saw the sign that Alanna put up. After thinking about it, he added:

And when I find out who did this I am taking their balls and FEEDING THEM TO THE TRASH COMPACTOR

He started smoking and keeping an eye out for trouble.

[ooc: As always, for patients coming to FTEC 6pm or later Fandom time.]

[ooc: As of 1am Eastern the FTEC players are in bed. Anybody coming in before the Sunday day shift shall have to mod the nurse for their care. Night!]
[identity profile] janet-fraiser.livejournal.com
Janet was taking over for Tommy today. Hopefully, the clinic would be calm, because she had a few books she was hoping to get through while she was here. Or maybe she'd get lucky and people would visit who didn't really have clinic business.

OOC: In other words, open for interaction and for all your clinic needs. As there are no patients, I'm not going to worry about OCDness.

ETA: If I suddenly vanish, it's because work went momentarily busy, and I'll be back shortly.
[identity profile] goodtrevor.livejournal.com
Trevor made sure to check on the last patient in the clinic before settling in for his shift omg so late because of silly RL. He was just thankful that the latest bout of injuries were ones he could recognize as normal.

FTEC, Thursday, May 18

Thursday, May 18th, 2006 08:55 am
[identity profile] sexydoctor.livejournal.com
Christian opened the clinic and checked on the patients. Most of the ones who had been there Tuesday had been discharged, but the burn victim remained. There was also a new patient who had apparently fallen down some stairs.

Funny how when he took this job he though that it would be quiet with just the occasional bump and bruise and request for birth control.

FTEC, Monday Morning

Monday, May 15th, 2006 11:44 am
[identity profile] headologist.livejournal.com
Granny set up her cauldron on the desk and started brewing up a potion to treat the Mauve Plague*. It was always best to be prepared.

Once the cauldron was safely bubbling, she went to check on the patients.

*A distant and much more serious cousin of the Black Plague.

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