"So, I see it's your first time at the clinic."
"Yes. You're not the doctor, are you?"
"Oh. We came here because we were told there were some very good doctors here, very experienced."
"There are. I'm new. I'm one of the fellows."
"Hmmm. We wanted a full doctor."
"I'm a full doctor. I'm just relatively new at it. But I assure you, as a fellow I am consulting with more experienced doctors about your case, and in fact one of those doctors will be in to see you after I finish. They make sure you're getting the right care."
"We just-- well, we would have kept going where we going if we thought we would get someone who hasn't even finished medical school yet."
"No, I finished medical school. And residency. I'm three years out of medical school. I'm a full doctor. Licensed and everything."
"You look young."
"I am younger than some of the other doctors here, sure."
"We wanted a doctor with experience."
"I can't force you to be my patient, but I can tell you that with a fellow it's like you get two opinions for the price of one, since I will be consulting with one of the more senior doctors during each of your visits."
"Why can't we just have the more senior doctor and you can watch?"
"That's not how they do it here."
"I think we probably made a mistake to come here."
"I'm sorry you feel that way."
"If we call again, can they assign us to an older doctor?"
"I'm not sure."
"You seem nice. Maybe we'll see you in a few years, once you finish medical school."
"Have a nice day. Can you validate parking?"
"They do that at the front."
"Oh, I thought maybe they have you do that, since you're new."