Arriving at the hospital we immediately found a parking spot and went into the building. Then I had a short video call with my co-worker Georgia, who navigated us to the right place where we then signed in. After that, we went to a small room and were received into it directly.
A very nice woman attached the sensors of the holter monitor to Eliyas and that was it. The monitor will record until tomorrow and then one of us will go and get the results of this electrocardiography.
Comparing this experience to other long days in the hospital, I couldn’t realize that just after an hour and fifty minutes, we were back at our community house in Jaffa, and that included the driving time. So really, this was the quickest appointment I‘ve had during my time at Shevet.