Wednesday, October 24, 2007

A pokin' we will go

This morning I met with the office manager at our doctor's office. She was so nice and supportive, and willing to do whatever it takes to get our family medicals done.

I have the lab requests for our bloodwork to be done in the morning, and we are going to go in early next week before our actual physical to have a TB test so that it could be read on the day of our visit. So on next Thursday, if all goes according to the plan, we will be completely done with both our homestudy medical and our medical form needed for our dossier.

Compared to Russia's requirements for medical exams, Ukraine seems to be much easier so far. Or maybe it just seems easier because this is the second time adopting internationally for us. I'm not sure, but it is times like these that I really appreicate how wonderful everyone is that works at our doctor's office.

1 comment:

Tami said...

I think you're right. Ukraine's paperwork is easier. This is the fourth time we've adopted (first three from Russia). I keep a duplicate of the dossier for each one and this dossier is MUCH thinner than the other three. Kind of nice, really.