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I work as a receptionist in a gp surgery. One of the male Gp's is constantly rude, dismissive, arrogant. We have to deal with our Gp's obviously passing on messages from patients etc, one particular Gp is extremely rude at times and leaves you feeling that you are a nuisance for asking anything. Today he threw a set of keys which landed at my feet. He was in a temper as he had to go and get his own immunisations ready as we have all refused to get immunisations ready for children due to no traing. This is a brief explanation about an extremely rude and arrogant man. I now dread working with him on my own.




















































 
   
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Most Drs. are arrogant and expect or demand underlings to bow down to subordinates. He's on a power trip. It's all about control. Let him know you are untrained for what he is calling for and the ramifications could cause for a lawsuit.
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