It's true. The InstaCare will do just that: Instantly Care. But you still have to wait your turn. I mean, it's not like just because you're suffocating or have had a really bad migraine for three weeks, or if your gushing blood... it's not like your going to instantly die.
And so, one can come to the conclusion that a professional Care facility should have professionals working to deal with the problems listed above (and more, of course). Not that the silly students from the U don't matter, they just shouldn't be working in an environment where knowledge and experience are pretty much a must.
My doctor, apparently, agrees. Most vehemently. Especially after I showed her the perscriptions that said student wrote out for me last time I went in for my migraine. Granted, I'm not damaged permanently from SS's care, but Dr. has come to the conclusion that 1) I need to pay close attention to what my head tells me and 2) if head starts to hurt any worse/wake me up at night/make me sick, there is something to be worried about happening and I'll have to come back down for another stickin' MRI/CT Scan. Oo boy. My favorite.
Point being, then, if you ever go to the Orem InstaCare, make sure they let you see a REAL doctor and also make sure that they don't assume things. (I mean, for reals, I've had to inform them about my disease once before and I hadn't even been diagnosed yet!)
Tomorrow is Easter. Will try to post again then, but I've got a lot of reading to do for New Testament before I head back to Dwelling Place Monday morning.