English Conversation Between Patient and Doctor - Easy English Conversation

In this post, we will give examples of conversations in English in the hospital. Conversations with doctors revolve around our condition, symptoms of illness, and explaining the body's current state. If we want to talk to a doctor in English, we must be able to explain our body condition and symptoms to the doctor so that the doctor can diagnose us better. 

Sometimes we need a doctor's help for various things such as consultation, treatment, and other medical matters. Knowing conversations with doctors in English is necessary to improve speaking skills in international languages.

In an English conversation with a doctor, we can use several ways to explain our condition. You must make easy sentences using common words to describe a specific medical condition or disease.


Conversation Between Nurse and Patient (Dentist)

Melisa  : Good morning. Can you help me? 

Nurse   : Good morning. Sure. What can I do for you? 

Melisa  : I would like to meet the dentist. Can you tell me when and where can I meet the dentist? 

Nurse   : Are you going to check your tooth?

Melisa  : Yes, of course. I will consult about tooth extraction. 

Nurse   : Let me check the schedule. You will meet dentist Lucy on Saturday at 10 am. 

Melisa  : Alright. I will come tomorrow. Thanks for your information. 

Nurse   : You are welcome. 


Conversation Between Nurse and Patient

Nurse    :     I’m afraid visiting hours are over, sir

Melisa   :     My daughter is in room 4A.

Nurse    :     Sorry, you’ll have to come back in the morning.

Melisa   :     And leave her all alone overnight?

Nurse    :     I’m afraid that’s the policy, ma'am.

Melisa   :     Surely you can make an exception? What if she needs me in the night?

Nurse    :     Don’t worry, we’ll look after her. What she really needs is her rest.

Melisa   :     Some of her friends want to see her too. When can they come?

Nurse    :     Visiting hours are from 8 to 12 in the morning and 3 to 6 in the evening, but I’m afraid while your daughter is on bedrest the doctor has requested that only immediate family members come in to see her.

Melisa   :     Well, I guess it’s all in her best interest.

Nurse    :     Thanks for understanding. Now, I’m going to bring your daughter her dinner. Why don’t you head home and get something to eat yourself?

Melisa   :     Okay. I really hate to leave her, but that’s probably a good idea.

Nurse    :     She’s in good hands here. I’ll tell her you were here and that you’ll see her in the morning. 

Conversation between receptionist and patient

Mrs. Naomi : Excuse me. I want to check my son’s illness. Where should I go?

Receptionist : You can go ahead to check up your son with Children Specialist Doctor on the second floor.

Mrs. Naomi : Could you point me where the room is?

Receptionist : It’s on the second floor. You can go there by taking the elevator.

Mrs. Naomi : Very well. Thank you.

Receptionist : You’re welcome.


Conversation between doctor and patient (1)

Doctor: Hello, what seems to be the problem? 

Susan: Since last week I have a really bad cough and also got a headache. 

Doctor: How long have you been having all these symptoms?

Susan: I have them about three days now, but since yesterday it becomes a lot worse.

Doctor: Well, it sounds to me that you have got flu. You must take 2 aspirin with water every six hours. Also, you must drink lots of fluids.

Susan: Thank you doctor for your time.
Doctor: You're welcome. Book another appointment if you are still sick next week. 

Conversation between doctor and patient (2)

Doctor: Hello, how are you today?

David: I feel better than yesterday

Doctor: Do you still feel pain?

David: Yes, my head still hurts a little bit, and I have headache. But my leg is better

Doctor: What about your eyes? Can you see clearly?

David: My eyes were a little bit blurry yesterday, but they are fine now

Doctor: Good, I will give you painkiller later. I will check on you again 

 From the conversation above, some specific keywords are often spoken when a doctor has a dialogue with a patient. It is not uncommon for doctors to ask for specific instructions involving the painful area.

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