-"Gods are imaginary, but Doctors are not." ~Abhijit Naskar Message Me – 04:24, October 13, 2018 (UTC)
The tearoom is another familiar place--she's pretty sure it hasn't changed a bit since she was last working at Mungo's, which is...a little regrettable, but she hopes their sandwiches have improved. She pays for a classic ham and cheese and a cup of tea and goes to wait for her order, looking at the gift shop items.
-"Gods are imaginary, but Doctors are not." ~Abhijit Naskar Message Me – 10:08, October 17, 2018 (UTC)
She takes her order and is about to head elsewhere to eat, but she spots another healer sitting at one of the tables. She recognizes the woman, but they haven't had the chance to work together yet. "Hey," she greets with a smile, approaching the table. "You work on the...first floor, right? Creature-induced injuries? Do you have time to chat?"
Kamille didn't suspect for someone to come up to her, but isn't a bother when Subira was. She quite liked company at times like these. "Of course. I'm just waiting on my coffee," she answers. "And you would be correct. I believe I've seen you, too. What floor do you work in?"
-"Gods are imaginary, but Doctors are not." ~Abhijit Naskar Message Me – 04:50, October 21, 2018 (UTC)
"It's a lot of what I worked with in Healers without Borders, except the patients come to me rather than vice versa. Lots of sick patients, lots of relatively minor injuries...and then there's major traumas that come in, and patients that need priority treatment. Time sensitive things, stabilizing patients for admittance. I want to get to know the specialized healers here in the main hospital so I know who to reach out to for a consult if I need it."
-"Gods are imaginary, but Doctors are not." ~Abhijit Naskar Message Me – 08:17, October 25, 2018 (UTC)
"It really is! I definitely recommend it; it's a great experience." She takes a sip of her tea. "What's it like on your floor? I'll admit I don't have a lot of experience with creature-induced injuries."