The first thing a doctor should do when a patient comes into his or her office with symptoms of a staph-borne infection is to try and find out where the patient is from.
But as a straphanger knows, a stalker’s first priority is always the safety of the straphangers.
So when you get a call from the doctor saying your patient’s symptoms are coming on suddenly, it’s always worth asking.
It’s a good idea to do so in advance, and to make sure the doctor knows what kind of staph the patient has and what they need to do.
Here’s how you can get started.