It was a bitter cold day in Minnesota at St. Paul hospital.
Jen was tired and didn't get enough sleep last night. While she was printing out files for the doctor, her thoughts slipped away from her.
She was think about how a salary of $512,000 should require the doctor to print out his own papers. If a surgeon can preform surgery, than they should know how to work a printer.
Oh god...here comes Tracy. She's 4 minutes late and the world comes to an end.
I get it she just got out of med school, and she's excited to have some on the job residency training. She's done everything she needs to do in order to get the job. She's been certified, gotten all the degrees, taken all the tests and classes. Yet she still thinks she has to walk on eggshells.
Right now Dr. Osborne is consulting with one of his patients, Miranda. Her daughter is undergoing surgery but they have to fill out the paperwork first. Dr. Osborne has lots of responsibilities to do here around the hospital, but consulting with patients is by far his favorite.
Dr. Osborne loves his job, but one thing he doesn't like are the hours and stress he has to take on. But then again, he does get paid a lot and he gets to help people. And to him, that's the world. Fin