SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hey everyone, I know several persons have said anesthesia is for those who DON'T want much patient interaction. Is there a converse argument, that anesthesia offers you plenty patient interaction if you want it, but not the traditional bedside or primary care type? I'm not just talking about watching them sleep, either! I've seen some great docs who spent some quality time pre (and post) op with their patients, and was wondering if anyone else has witnesssed the same? Would be interested to hear everyone's opinion!