Thursday, September 30, 2010

Question Time

What's the difference between a Nigerian drug dealer and a Canterbury DHB trick cyclist?

Nothing, actually.

The most amazing aspect of this story is that the DHB found his handling of patients to be entirely satisfactory.

Hell, just think what they could do if they employed bus drivers as brain surgeons? Be back into budgetary surplus before you could say sick sick sick sickyat aaah bugger it, bloody shrink.

1 comment:

Simon said...

“The most amazing aspect of this story is that the DHB found his handling of patients to be entirely satisfactory.”


How do we really know that? Wouldn’t they just make this up. Was there no peer review of his clinical work.

DHB management in damage control and probably the Nigerian's clinical peers are really bus drivers.


Will anyone be held to account? At the DHB, the hiring agency, NZIS. Anyone?