Sometimes being hotel doctor to the stars is not so glamorous. Then I recalled a pediatrician colleague who had expressed interest in helping out. I phoned his office. He was finishing his last patient and, to my delight, agreed to make the housecall. I was so relieved that I forgot to tell him a few things.
That evening he phoned to let me know the visit had gone well.
“But it took over an hour to reach the hotel, and they charged me fifteen dollars to park.”