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   Chapter 18 There Was a Doctor Looking Like a Model.

My Sweet Super Wife By My Sweet Super Wife Characters: 7352

Updated: 2020-04-11 00:04

After she arrived at the hospital, Nancy felt uneasy at heart.

She hurried to the ward.

Two days ago, the staff in the hospital called her and told her to pay. At that time, she was short of money so she wanted to delay for a few days. When she got the salary from the Royal Club, it was enough for her to pay the medical fees. But now what should she do?

"What's wrong with this world? The hospital is even busier than the vegetable market." Simon said. And he just disliked the hospital. It's so depressing here.

The air was filled with depression around here.

When she came to the door, Nancy saw several nurses pushing a bed out.

Alice, the care worker hired by Nancy, was holding the nurse's hand and asking, "What are you doing? Why are you moving her away? Where are you going to place such a unconscious woman? Wait! I'm calling her daughter, Nancy! Wait!"

It occurred to Nancy at once that they were going to move out her mother because she delayed the medical expenses.

"Nancy," Allen said.

Before his reaction, Nancy had already rushed at her mother.

Her speed was so fast that he followed up then.

"What are you doing? Stop! All of you stop! " shouted Nancy. She pulled the bed with her hands and pressed it against the door.

She touched her mother's pale face and said in a trembling voice, "Mom, it's all my fault. I'm here. It's all right. It's all right."

"Are you the patient's family?" the staff said and looked at her with obvious contempt.

Nancy did not have time to say anything.

Holding onto her hand, the nursing worker Alice said angrily, "Nancy, you're finally here. I called you for two days, but why didn't you answer the phone? I don't know where you live, but I'm so worried about you. Since you are here, why don't you pay my nursing fee this month now? Or I can't do it."

Holding her hand tightly, Nancy tried to calm her down and said, "Alice, I have something urgent these two days, so I can't take my phone with me. I won't owe you for your salary. Don't worry. You've been taking care of my mother for the last two months and I haven't owed you. Let me make it clear to the hospital first, okay?"

The nurse said coldly, "Now that you're here, go and pay the IOU."

Nancy nodded and said, "Okay, I'll do it right away! Let's push my mother in first, okay? She has suffered a lot."

The nurse rolled the bed back and said to Nancy, "Remember to pay the debts."

Nancy held her mother's hands, with regret in her face. She nodded at the nurse.

Before leaving, the nurse muttered, "If you don't have money, don't choose the best ward in the neurosurgery department."

After the nurse left, Alice mumbled, "Nancy, could you... could you pay me my salary of this month now?"

Nancy felt awkward and said, "I have to try to pay the medical fees. Can you wait a little longer? I'll give it to you as soon as I have the money."

Shaking her hands away, Alice said with an unpleasant tone, "Nancy, I know you're in difficulty. In this case, don't be so stubborn. You've spent a lot of money on it when your mother was just transferred from the ICU. There's no need for your mother to stay here. You see, it will cost you so much to keep your mother here. But she is in a coma now and she doesn't know anything. It makes no difference to her where she is."

With tears in her eyes, Nancy replied carefully, "They're different. My mother knows. I don't want her to suffer that."

'Is it a hard thing for me to do such a little thing now?

I just want to provide my mother a better environment.

It would be better for her to stay here than the general ward if there was somethin

g wrong.

Even the doctor said there would be some miracle. Maybe one day she would wake up.'

Alice felt embarrassed and said, "I just feel pity for you. I have checked the wards around here. You know that I work for the minimum wage. Nancy, you have promised me that you will give me the money in a couple of days. If you don't give me the money, I'll have to work in other places because I have to raise my child."

"I knew," Nancy replied and nodded. "Thank you, Alice. But please don't go to another. I can't find someone to take care of my mother in a short time, and I have to work to earn money. How about this? I'll give you more five hundred next month. You can set your mind at ease."

"All right," Alice said, "I'll go get some hot water."

Without saying anything, Simon just waited for Alice to leave. Then he said to Nancy, "Nancy, stop pretending to be a rich person. If you give her a raise in salary, where did you get the money? You can't even afford the medical fees."

"What do you expect me to do? Can't you understand what she means? If I don't raise the salary for her, she will probably quit. But now my mom needs an experienced professional nursing worker. It's difficult to find a right person," she said.

While speaking, tears fell on her mother's face.

She wiped the tears on her mother's face carefully, one drop after another. She sighed fretfully, "Mom, I beg you. Wake up. I am so tired. How could you do this? Carl asks me every day that when will you wake up, and he always dreams that you will take him out for fun."

"How much do you need?" asked Simon.

"It's none of your business," Nancy said, "it's not easy for you, too. And the uncle had paid for my mother's surgery fee. Carl and I live free at your home. Although your mother doesn't say anything, I'm afraid things won't work out as time goes by."

"Cut the crap!" Simon said, "just tell me. How much do you need? I'll borrow it for you!"

Nancy did not say anything. Tears kept running down from her eyes.

When she saw her mother lying on the bed motionless, Nancy was extremely distressed.

Her mother was healthy and no one noticed her fall down. At that time, everyone was busy with her father's affairs. She suffered a brain hemorrhage and was already in a coma after being rescued.

"It's all my fault. If I had kept you company at that time, things would not have been like this," said Nancy.

"The patient will be upset if she hears this."

Hearing this, Nancy looked up and saw the doctor in white coming in.

His short hair was neatly combed back, and he had a pair of golden rimmed glasses on his fair face.

Who is this?

He is a doctor?

Such a young doctor?

Although he seemed very composed and calm, she still couldn't tell how professional he was from his face.

He seemed to be a professional model and an amateur doctor.

"My name is Henry. I will be the attending doctor of May's," he said.

Then Henry only took a look at Nancy and lowered his head. He stretched out his long fingers and pushed his glasses to focus on the case. The doctor behind him kept telling him the situation about May.

"Wait!" Nancy frowned and asked, "isn't Mr. Li the attending doctor? Where is Mr. Li? "

"Mr. Li is retired," Henry put away the case and said, "when I visited the patient later, I hope that you can talk to the patient as happily as you can. Don't talk about your grief in front of the patient and don't always cry like that."

When she saw that there were several interns following him, she wondered why such a doctor who looked like interns could take others to make ward rounds? 'What is he?'

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