A couple of weeks ago I had to go to urgent care cause my regular doctor couldn't see me that day. I brought my kindle expecting it to be very busy. There was no one there. I got in much faster than when I see my regular doctor. I was actually kinda disappointed.Shana Norris said:I believe that Kindles were made specifically for doctor's visits. I have one doctor who is so slow that I know it will be at least an hour after my appointment time before he ever sees me (seriously, every single time) so my Kindle always comes with me to appointments.
I'd be apt to find a new office, or at least ask for documentation about it.lpking said:I just know if I bring any kind of electronic item to the doctor's office, next time there'll be a sign banning it.
(Seriously. Now, in addition to cell phones and laptops -- on which you can switch off wireless so they can't possibly interfere with medical equipment -- they ban any kind of electronic games. I'm sure iPad would fall into that category. I haven't seen anyone try to read on a Kindle or Kobo yet...)