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Mother’s day at a children’s hospital
    2011-05-31  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    Wang Yuanyuan

    WANG XIANGLING, the mother of a 1-year-old boy, hadn’t planned on spending an entire day at the hospital when her son caught a fever.

    She took him to Shenzhen Children’s Hospital in Futian District, the biggest public hospital for children in the city at 7:30 a.m. Thursday, thinking she would avoid the queues.

    But it was 9 a.m. before she got to see a doctor. “I was exhausted from waiting. The doctor examined my son for five minutes and said he needed to have an intravenous drip,” she said.

    When she finally got to the treatment room after queuing to pay the fees, it was already noon. “When we left the hospital in the afternoon, I was too tired to say a single word,” she said.

    Wang said that she and her husband only went to hospital in dire emergencies. “It’s very difficult to see the doctor at the hospital. It takes a whole day for even a tiny problem and as migrant workers, we cannot afford to waste so much time waiting, so the only choice is to go to private clinics. They are not good, but they are more convenient,” she said.

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