biko wrote: »
Not sure where this should go so will just leave it here in West for now OP.
When it comes to how various practices handle their patient records they might just vary from specialised software to MS Access or perhaps even Excel.
There should be a receipt handed over if she paid money for the visit.
In my opinion - she knows a doctor's note is needed and now she needs to sort it herself to get it for you. She can easily visit again and chat to the staff herself.
muppetkiller wrote: »
I would imagine discussing your workplaces private business on a public forum is recipe for disaster.
Mrs OBumble wrote: »
OP, there's no reason why they cannot say which doctor she saw: if she filed a complaint against the doctor, they'd figure out which one it was from their records quickly enough.
But she might actually have to visit the doctor, rather than just call the reception to find out. The issue with a phone call is how do they know it's actually the patient, not someone else, on the phone.
OTOH, if you suspect that maybe she forged the note, then perhaps the doctor who owns the practise might like to know about that ...