Took appointment at the clinics for my kid and was late, as first I parked on the wrong end and walked into the emergency. I had to drive to the other side and finally entered the main reception. It is a very big hospital! Every department has it's own reception too! Open spacious waiting areas make it easier to wait. The funny thing that happened was that when the specialist, at least ten years younger than me, asked me the exact dose of painkiller I had administered to my kid before seeing him, I couldn't for the life of me remember it's mg as I had just followed prescription! The only brilliant thing I could come up with was that it was a dissolvable triangular tablet. Talk about a hysterical mom. I swear it was so embarrassing! Pretty much like a lactose intolerant person trying to review milkshakes! Anyhows, tip here is that when you go to the clinic, if you administered first aid painkiller at home, better memorize the mg so you don't feel stupid. The hospital is good, the doctor was very thorough. Anyone who can convince my kid to be cautious on health issues wins my trust anyday. :) Also, the receptionists are really smart and well dressed, so it's a good idea to look neat when there. One of them looked like those arabic dolls in abayas! Just gorgeous!