What a wonderful job this can be…

Don’t know much about anatomy
Don’t know much physiology
Don’t know much about the CCG
Don’t know why we have the CQC
But I do know that as a GP
‘Cos of those who work along with me
What a wonderful job this can be

Don’t know much about nephrology
What the ‘C” is for in CRP
Don’t know how to read an EEG
Why no Zantac’s in the pharmacy
But I do know that I can see
‘Cos of those who still consult with me
What a wonderful job this can be

Now I don’t claim to be a good doctor
But I’m trying to be
For sone day by being a good doctor – maybe
I could please the GMC

Don’t know much about anion gaps
Don’t know how to do those pleural taps
Don’t know much about such a lot
Don’t know quite what’s in my pension pot
But I do know that it’s still OK
If I only help just one today
What a wonderful job this can be.

After Sam Cooke.

Far from a wonderful job however is the rendition of this song that can be found on my Facebook page on 23rd November 2021.

Related Posts:

To read ‘Spare me a doctor’, click here

To read ‘I knew a Man’, click here

To read ‘If’, click here

To read ‘Room Enough’, click here

To read ‘Old Hands’, click here

To read ‘A Hard Year For us All’, click here

To read ‘I am the very model of a General Practitioner’, click here

To read ‘I’ve got a little list’, click here

Published by peteraird134510580

Nothing particularly interesting to say other than I'm a GP with an interest in emotional well-being, an avid Somerset County Cricket Club supporter and a poor example of a Christian who likes to put finger to keyboard from time to time and who is foolish enough to think that someone out there may be interested enough to read what I've written. Some of these blogs have grown over time and some portions of earlier blogs reappear in slightly different forms in later blogs. Apologies for the repetition. What I have posted today (6th August 2018) consists of what I have written over the last few years - whether I write anything ever again, only time will tell.

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