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Sickbay- Lt Drake arrives, attn CMO Schweitzer

Posted Aug. 5, 2020, 9:55 a.m. by Lieutenant Alexandra Drake (Chief of Security) (Sam Pennington)

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Albert Schweitzer (Chief Medical Officer) in Sickbay- Lt Drake arrives, attn CMO Schweitzer

Posted by Lieutenant Alexandra Drake (Chief of Security) in Sickbay- Lt Drake arrives, attn CMO Schweitzer

Posted by Lieutenant Junior Grade Albert Schweitzer (Chief Medical Officer) in Sickbay- Lt Drake arrives, attn CMO Schweitzer
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Alexandra had no small distaste for sickbays. Doctors were fine, their hospitals drove her insane. Nonetheless it was a requirement for continued service. She walked into the sickbay of the USS Brian A. Olinski, not knowing who to look for, save that they would be wearing blue.

-Lt Alexandra Drake, CoS

OOC: I know it can be confusing here with Doolittle in the CMO role but lets have the new CMO take this one. Just rp it as in the past just like the othe rcheck in’s but this time your on duty, not yet officially the CMO, but getting your feet wet.

Sidney

Schweitzer look over the chart as he observed Lt. Drake.

“Please have a seat, Lieutenant. May I get you anything before we start the exam?”

Schweitzer went with formal because he didn’t know her and she outranked him.

Lt. (j.g) Albert Schweitzer (Medical)

“No. Thank you doctor.” Alexandra resisted the temptation to request he get her out of sickbay. “Will this take long?”

-Lt Alexandra Drake, CoS

Schweitzer appreciated her businesslike attitude.
“No, Lieutenant. I just have to give you a brief physical examination and recheck your vital signs and compare them to your chart. I will then draw some blood and check it for abnormal readings or toxins. All that can be done in half an hour.”

Lt. (j.g.) Albert Schweitzer (Medical)

“Alright then.” Alexandra nodded.

Scans revealed the small signs of healed wounds from Security assignments. Nothing terribly out of the ordinary. Her blood pressure had worked its way slightly high, but that could likely be attributed to stress.

-Lt Alexandra Drake, CoS


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