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Hi

Is it OK to ask: Which days do you see patients doctor?

AND: I'd like to register for a private visit./I'd like to register with a doctor.

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You register with a doctor so that if you are ill you can make an appoinment to see him/her.

On which days do the doctors see their patients/consult their patients.

I'[d like to register with a doctor.

I'd like to make an appointment for the doctor.
Dave PhillipsYou register with a doctor so that if you are ill you can make an appoinment to see him/her.

On which days do the doctors see their patients/consult their patients.

I'[d like to register with a doctor.

I'd like to make an appointment for the doctor.

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What if I'm talking personally to a doctor, can I ask: Which days do you see the patients?

What if I want to use "a private visit". Is it possible to say: I'd like to register for a private visit.

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What if I'm talking personally to a doctor, can I ask: Which days do you see the patients?-Yes

What if I want to use "a private visit". Is it possible to say: I'd like to register for a private visit.


What do you class as a private visit. Do you mean a home visit (where the doctor comes to you)? Or just a one to one with the doctor. An Appointment you would get a one-to-one with the doctor. A home visit then say home visit and forget private visit.
By private I mean that I pay for it. Let's say a doctor runs a private practice, I go to him and I pay him for a visit, then to me it's a private visit. It's different when I go to hospital and don't have to pay for a visit.

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Oh I see.

Appointment for a private patient. Or

Private patient's appointment.
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Dave PhillipsOh I see.

Appointment for a private patient. Or

Private patient's appointment.

So instead of saying: I'd like to register for a private visit I should rather say: I'd like to have a private appointment.

Correct