Thursday 25th February 1993 Morning surgery 10:10 “I hope this is urgent, Mrs Vaughan.” My Dad looked angrily at the telephone handset. “I am in the middle of a busy surgery.”“I consider it extremely urgent, Dr Dennis.”“Well . . .
Sunday 14th February 1993 After lunch 13:30 I knew that if I collapsed, Dr Lewis would save my life. I trusted her completely. What could make me feel better than regaining consciousness and seeing her kind face gradually come into
Thursday 11th February 1993 Lunchtime 12:30 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 . . 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 . . 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 . . 1 and 2 and 3 and 4
Thursday 4th February 1993 Morning surgery 10:00 “Does anyone know why we get atrial fibrillation?”Dilys shook her head. Even Dylan looked puzzled. “Is it due to a re-entry circuit or an automatic focus?” he asked.“No one really knows,” said Dr
Thursday 28th January 1993 Morning surgery 09:00 My Dad looked put out when Phil Davies and Carol Crosby came in with Mrs Vaughan. Carol Crosby had brought in an extra chair from the waiting room. My Dad glanced at his
Thursday 21st January 1993 Morning surgery 11:00 “I think I may have a smidgin of Parkinson’s.”“Parkinson’s?”“Yes. I know that I haven’t slowed down in general but my walking’s not as good. I’m certainly not striding out like I used to.
Thursday 14th January 1993 Dinner 19:00 “How was Dr Lewis?” my Dad asked.“She was alright.”“Did she have a good Christmas?”“She said it was very quiet.”“Really!”“Yes, and New Year. She didn’t go to a party or anything.” For some reason, I
Thursday 14th January 1993 Morning surgery 08:40 Dad had given me two weeks off this Christmas but, to be honest, I was glad to get back to work.
Thursday 7th January 1993 Morning coffee break 11:50 “There are two gentlemen to see you, Dr Lewis.” Andrea ushered them into the staff room. “Gary Grant from the Child and Adolescent Metal Health Service and Paul Knowles from the Community