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10/04/2013 at 13:58
What was on the menu today? its quite sad but I want to know what the personal chef made . Also is it set out like a restaurant inside? I couldn't work there, I'd eat everything but not only that id never have enough outfits to wear in the restaurant ,
we have a canteen, it charges a fortune for soggy sandwiches so I take packed lunch but the microwave broke yesterday so I had special k crisps for lunch
10/04/2013 at 14:11
Oh today was delicious, my top 3 so far. Thai chicken with sticky rice. 3 mini chicken fillets in like a green thai curry sauce with a helping of sticky rice. The salad was kos lettuce, spring onion, cucumber, corainder and mint leaf with chilli. nom nom nom
It's a big room, like a meeting room I suppose with 2 long tables in the middle - set for say 20 on each? Salad and fruit in the middle and also on another table in the corner with the cheese board (!) You sit down, the butler/waiter asks if you want meal of the day or fish and it's brought out to you.
It's blooming fab and sure as hell beats your soggy sarnies! Although I must admit I'm missing my ramen & sushi
10/04/2013 at 14:17
Ooh I smelt some nice food coming from here...
Belle that sounds lovely!! Well jel x
10/04/2013 at 14:18
Omfg!!!! Is this all free then or is it subsidised??
Nope not jealous at all, il be just as happy with my cuppa soups etc
Omg I wonder what Xmas will be like ,
10/04/2013 at 14:19
Have just seen you have a cheese board! Sooooooooooo jealous!
10/04/2013 at 14:22
Yeah didn't you clock onto that before? They serve lunch upstairs, serve to meeting rooms and bring down to your desk if your too busy to go up. It's all FREE. One of the many perks.
I hadn't even thought about Christmas!
The assistants are all off on a jolly in 2 weeks paid for by the company. Weekend all expenses paid in Germany! Sadly I miss out as joined to late.
10/04/2013 at 14:26
10/04/2013 at 14:33
How's your new job going apart from the soggy sarnies?
10/04/2013 at 15:51
I'm really loving it, there's loads to learn though and its vvvv busy. It's back in the inner city rough as a badgers ar5e hospital where I used to work and I prefer it to where I was. I'm seeing my own patients now for certain things but I'm not trained for children yet (thank god as I'm avoiding that like the plague), there's me and 2 other new starters so its nice that I'm not the only newbie.
Iv been talked into doing a Sunday overtime in a&e there which is where I worked years ago, so still getting some a&e too but just when I choose iyswim x
10/04/2013 at 16:35
You were saying yo umiss A&E so that is good your getting your fix.
Why you avoiding kiddies?
10/04/2013 at 16:41
Cos I'm scared that I'd miss something , even though I'd need to be supervised for a while then when I started seeing children in my own Id have to discuss each case with a senior before I discharged I'm still terrified I'd miss something! I'd want to admit them all , minor injuries is fine as I used to see all patients with minor injuries in my last job but illness, omg a child with a temp is vvvvv scary when its all down to me, at least in my last place it wouldn't be me who seem a poorly child it would be a dr. I'm sitting in on consultations with chikdren at the moment and it totally all makes sense but omg when its me doing it il be so scared incase I miss something!!! Iv bought about £100 quids worth of books on children alone just to study them lots and I'm going on a paediatric minor illness course soon and then obviously all my supervised sessions and tbf I love looking after children but this is a big scary step eek!
10/04/2013 at 16:48
Oh right. Not for fear of catching headlice then?
That makes sense but every doctor has to start somewhere and I'm sure they all felt similar to you. You'll be fine x
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