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Webcomic profile: Adventures in Clinic
Adventures in Clinic
A webcomic about Primary Care
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Content flags: Sexual Content
Language: English
Genre: Real life
Activity status: Active
Archive url: Visit archive
Last update: 12th Jul 2018, 3:07 PM
Number of comics: 25
Number of subscribers: 3
Visitors: 10339 visitors (41440 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (11 votes)

Webcomic description

Anyone who works in a primary care medical clinic can tell you there is never a dull moment. Heroic surgeons and ER docs are featured in movies and TV shows where split-second decisions can mean life or death--but day-to-day clinic medicine moves at a much slower pace. Primary Care has its own version of heroism, drama, pathos, humor and excitement. Brave men and women work in Primary Care clinics day in and day out. These are their their (mostly true) stories...

Most recent comments left on Adventures in Clinic

12th Jul 2018
I consider myself as a feminist and I feel for these poor men. Honestly, sometimes, it's the women who need to get their mind out of the gutter and stop thinking everything with w Y chromosome is out to get them.

I say this because I know and I'm related to men who have been falsely accused of being dirty people. I mean, you can't even just look at someone in the eye now? The EYE?!
Left on Me Too!
7th Jun 2018
Correction. All of the GOOD doctors are all the same. I like this.
Left on Switching Lessons
The Doodler
24th Apr 2018
The Doodler
I once freaked out over a hard lump that mysteriously appeared on my forearm, until I noticed the other arm had one that was exactly the same, and realized I'd been working out and it was a muscle. (At least I didn't give your colleagues any funny stories!)
Left on Adverse Consequences of a Healthy Diet
Daisy (Guest)
20th Apr 2018
Oh! A beautiful work, thanks!
Left on Weeping tissues
17th Apr 2018
We have it pretty cushy in the lab, all things considered.
We see the test results we produce and often know a patient is in a bad way, but we don't have to see them struggle, or break bad news. Some days the work is pretty intense, but we don't have to deal with the heartbreaking parts.
Left on Weeping tissues