Is 'professional courtesy' among doctors really dying out? Take our survey

Some argue the medical profession has an ethical duty to provide care to its members at no cost

Should doctors charge other doctors and their family members for care?

On Tuesday, Sydney ophthalmologist Dr Michael Steiner argued that professional courtesy appeared to be dying out in Australia, despite being among the medical profession's ethical obligations.

What do you think?

Do you expect to pay when you visit another doctor? And are there limits to what professional courtesy