Hey All So, I have been hearing a lot about how nurses and medical staff excluding doctors rule health care profession over all. I was at a doctor's office to get my 2nd TB test done and I was asked if i had appointment to which I replied that I was told to come in any time and I DON'T have to see a doctor. A nurse will perform the TB test. So now while I am there, I am asked to see a doctor, I told them i already had my 1st TB test a week ago and i didn't' see a doctor, why do i have to see her for 2nd Shot. And first the receptionist, then the medical assistant and then the nurse openly acted out their frustration with inappropriate body language. One said "Ok i am going to keep my mouth shut", other asked the nurse to handle me she got up and walked away from the desk, and nurse wasn't ready to hear my side of the story. I wonder if the quality of nurses is better practicing in specialized medicine like cardiology, oncology, etc or is does this kind of attitude prevail over all?? This is one reason I would never practice family medicine, you deal with medical assistants who with their 10 month course at a trade school think they are better at medicine. I haev been in and out of hospital numerous times in last 2 years but never had such bad experience. Even people are public hospitals are nice.