20. Seeing a Doctor in an Emergency















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1
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A: I need a doctor's appointment right away!

B: Is this an emergency?

A: I am having trouble breathing.

B: Have you had a cold lately?

A: It has been going on for a few days now.

B: You should hang up and dial 911.

A: I don't think that this is that bad, but I need to see a doctor right away.

B: Is there someone who can drive you to our Urgent Care facility on Sunset Blvd.?

A: Yes, I can get a ride to Urgent Care.

B: Good. When you get there, a doctor will be able to see you right away.


2
Repeat

A: I need to see a doctor soon!

B: Do you feel this is an emergency?

A: My chest feels tight, and I can't catch my breath.

B: Did this come on suddenly?

A: It started yesterday.

B: If you feel this is a real emergency, you should dial 911 for the paramedics.

A: I don't want to dial 911, but I want to see a doctor right now.

B: Do you have transportation to our Urgent Care facility on Sunset Blvd.?

A: My friend can drive me to Urgent Care.

B: That will work out well. Remember, if you have major problems, call 911.


3
Repeat

A: I have to see the doctor right now!

B: What makes you feel this is an emergency?

A: I feel like I can't breathe well.

B: How long has this been going on?

A: It started last night.

B: In the event of a real emergency, please dial 911.

A: I know that I can dial 911, but I just want to go to the doctor now.

B: In that case, can you come to our Urgent Care facility on Sunset Blvd.?

A: My family can bring me to Urgent Care.

B: Come in right away, and they will see you as soon as possible.




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