You booked an appointment over a week in advance. Showed up early. Waited. When your doctor actually did show up, it was over almost as soon as it started.
After a 5-minute whirlwind meeting, you’re out of the office with a prescription slip and the suspicion that you weren’t even really heard.
You know your doctor and they know you. If you need to see them, they make time that day.
You show up, they greet you in the waiting room, sit with you for over half an hour to really understand what’s bothering you, and together you make a plan for you to get better.
You leave feeling confident you’re going to get better and that you have the support you need to get there.