Eavesdropping

Today I overheard a conversation between the nurses and the hygienists. They were sipping away their coffee on a lunch break when one of the hygienists said

“Today I punished a patient for missing his previous appointment by playing Justin Bieber. But it didn’t go as planned because he said that it wasn’t really that bad even though he was a fan of classical music.”

The nurses laughed in amusement.

“It is actually unfair how the nurses are forced to listen music the dentist has chosen.” the hygienist continued.

“Yes, I have to listen to the folk songs every freaking day!” said one of the nurses.

“Mine at least listens to the radio but the channel is not something I would choose.” another nurse added.

“I know! And your dentist turns up the volume when there is a good song – in her opinion – and doesn’t turn the volume down when she talks to the patient. So she’s nearly shouting.”

Everyone laughs and nods their head in mutual understanding.

“One of my patients once told me that his previous dentist used to play Rammstein loud when drilling. And he was a nervous patient!” said the hygienist.

Everyone around the lunch table rolled their eyes and were laughing.

Something to Think About

What do you listen when you work?

Do you let the nurse decide or are you the exclusive DJ in the surgery?

Do you play music for the patient or for yourself?

 

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