Workplace Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences for Different Workplace Settings – Top 500+ Terms)/
Going to the Doctor

Going to the Doctor

Total: 13 words

Do you have an appointment?

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used to ask if the patient has a scheduled appointment with the doctor

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Fill this out. / Fill out the form.

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a way of telling the patient to write their personal and medical information on a form

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Please wait...

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used to tell the patient to wait in a certain area of the clinic, hospital, etc.

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What seems to be the problem?

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used to ask the patient about their current medical problem

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What are your symptoms? / Any other symptoms?

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used to ask the patient about their disease and how bad they are feeling about it

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Do you have any allergies? / Any allergies?

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used to ask the patient if they are allergic to certain medicine, food, etc.

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Do you have any history of...? / Any history of...?

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used to ask the patient if they have other illnesses or conditions aside from what they are feeling now

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Are you on any medication?

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used to ask the patient if they are taking any medicine for any other illness or condition they might have

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Are you pregnant?

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used to ask if the patient is pregnant or has been pregnant recently

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It sounds like you have... / I think you've got...

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used to inform the patient about their type of illness or condition

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My diagnosis is… / The diagnosis is…

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used to inform the patient about their type of illness or condition

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We need to get an x-ray.

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used to tell the patient that they need an x-ray

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Come back...

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used to tell the patient to return for another checkup after a certain time

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