Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Anyone know of a way that an American girl in Daegu could get medical assistance from an American (or at least English speaking) doctor?

5 comments:

Cara said...

Mom. Relax. Take a deep breath. It's fine. I wasn't on the verge of death for goodness sakes. I got everything handled for $15. Deep breaths..

A Novel Woman said...

We're all taking deep breaths. Moms of the world, unite!

(My youngest has just been diagnosed with Epstein Barr, and because she was given antibiotics (because they thought it was strep) she now has a rash from head to toes. It's hard to just let go and stop worrying, even when our brains tell us to, our hearts rebel.)

Mrs.Spit said...

I can think of a few optionsw - call the American Consulate, if there is one. If not, call the Canadian or British High Commission. They aren't obliged to help, but usually will.

If that doesn't get you anywhere, call one of the big hotels, the hilton or the westin and ask who they use as a house doctor.

PaintedPromise said...

oh my gosh Cara you scared me too! hope all is well...

Moms of the world unite, indeed...

Hal Johnson said...

They never understand until THEY become parents. Glad you're okay, Cara.