My parents never took me to a GP, but telehealth means there’s no excuse now
Unlike many of my GP colleagues, I have no tales of being inspired to study medicine by my childhood family doctor, mainly due the fact that I didn’t have one.
Logic tells me those vaccine syringes didn’t plunge themselves, but I honestly have no memory of ever visiting a doctor.
My parents opted for the set-and-forget method of healthcare of their many children — recklessly ignoring the danger posed to GP income streams.
I’ve met a couple of colleagues who share my doctorless upbringing, but they both had fathers who were