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cjt110 Mon 04-Dec-17 11:56:44

Can take a child to the doctors?

Just wondering as I am likely not to be able to get an appointment today and work is very busy.

Sirzy Mon 04-Dec-17 11:57:48

Ds has been taken by his nan before. I explained when I made the appointment and they had no issue

Oldbutstillgotit Mon 04-Dec-17 11:58:18

I have taken DGS on several occasions when DD has been unable to get off work . No problems .

Ellendegeneres Mon 04-Dec-17 11:59:33

Yup dm did, and to hospital and had him treated. Immune compromised, he needed treatment before I could get there. Same goes if he's at theirs (200miles away) and I'm not. They've had him temporarily registered at their docs to get him seen to, no issues at all

cjt110 Mon 04-Dec-17 12:00:12

Ok great. Might see if I can get an appointment for him and my Mum take him

NemoRocksMyWorld Mon 04-Dec-17 12:03:40

Yes they can! But if it's for vaccination then send a signed letter of consent in (unless you want to be phoned at work... Which is what happened to me)

Tiredtomybones Mon 04-Dec-17 12:06:58

Definitely yes.

kaytee87 Mon 04-Dec-17 13:03:52

Yes should be fine. If there were any procedures needing carried out then you'd need to give consent.

Dontknowwherethelineis Mon 04-Dec-17 13:13:38

I didn't even mention when booking it that my dp would be taking my son when he was poorly - me and oh were working and dp looking after him so took him in. No problems.

ThisLittleKitty Mon 04-Dec-17 13:17:44

Regular appointment I think ok but my mum had trouble when she took my daughter for her injections. (They wouldn't do it)

Frazzled2207 Mon 04-Dec-17 13:28:37

Yes at ours but just make sure they are properly "prepped" for any questions that might be asked.

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