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If I have a toothache, who do I go see? Is there only one person in the room? Who hands the tools and sets up the room?
Who do I see if I need my teeth cleaned?
Who do I see if I need braces?
Who do I see if I need glasses? Is it the same person I see if I have an eye disease?
What if my cat gets sick? Sometimes there is more than one person in the room to help with the animal – who is that?
What kind of doctor do I go see if I get cancer?
Who are the people who type all of the doctor’s notes into the computer?
Who is the person who manages all of the doctors and everything at a hospital?
Who are the people who process the patient’s bills?
Who do I go see if the doctor gives me a prescription? Is there only one person behind the counter? Who helps fill all the medication orders?
Who comes to get me if I get hurt in a car accident? What if the person who comes to get me can’t give me the medications I need or can’t intubate me to help me breathe – who will help me then?
If I break my leg and go to the hospital to get it fixed, who takes the pictures of it? Who reads the picture to figure out what’s wrong?
What if I get acne – who do I go see?
What if I’m going to have a baby – who do I see? What if I want to go to a birthing center instead of a hospital to have my baby – there is a special nurse who can help me – who is she/he?
What if I have a problem with my foot – who will I go see?
When I’m at the doctor’s office, who is the person who greets me and gets my chart ready?
What if a car accident made my back hurt – who will adjust my back?
Who is the person who will give me massages to help my muscles relax?
Who is the person who takes my blood pressure and weighs me?
Who is the person who comes to take my blood?
Who are the people who test my blood to figure out what is wrong?
What if I have surgery – who is in the operating room? Who hands the tools to the doctor? Who puts me to sleep?
What if I am an older person and live in a nursing home – who bathes me, feeds, me, dresses me, etc?
Who brings me my medicine in the nursing home?
What if I need to regain some of the movement I used to have before my accident – who helps me learn and do exercises to help increase my strength?
Who are the people who teach me how to have fun again after an injury or illness?
What if I have had stroke and can’t use one of my arms – who teaches me how to dress myself, cook for myself, etc?
What if I lose one of my arms or legs – who is the person who makes me a new one? This person would also make me a back brace if I needed one.
Who teaches classes to people to help them learn about their disease or learn to stop smoking?
Who can I go talk to if I have an alcohol problem?
What if I have a mental illness and I need to get a prescription to help me – what kind of doctor do I see?
Who are the people that develop new vaccines or medications?
What if I am a newborn baby and not breathing very well – who comes to help me? This is the same person who would give me a breathing treatment if I have asthma.
What if a person dies and they don’t know why – who figures it out?
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