The pathologist is a bit of a mystery—you know that the hospital has a pathologist (someone has to write the path reports, right?) but you’ve never actually seen him.
Wrong. You have.
He’s the unassuming-but-formally-dressed man scurrying down the hallways, most likely wearing glasses. He’s always in a rush and walks with his head down, a quiet talker who seems almost shy. He’s knowledgeable and will happily answer every single one of your questions (even if they make him rather flustered), but he’s a little… awkward.
(My apologies in advance to any future pathologists I offend. Let me assure you, anyone who can read histology slides is brilliant by default.)
Tagged as: people you meet in hospital. the stereotypical pathologist. med students. med school. medicine. medical school.
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