The Good Doctor - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Damon Galgut
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Chapter 2 Summary

The chapter opens with a flashback to a conversation between Dr. Ngema and Frank. Dr. Ngema informs Frank that Dr. Waters would be coming to the hospital to do a year of community service although his services were not requested by the hospital. Frank is apathetic about the prospect until Ngema informs him that Laurence will be sharing his room. Frank protests her decision and asks why Laurence can't use one of the many empty rooms. Ngema reminds him that there is no furniture in those other rooms. Frank then suggests that Laurence room with Tehogo, but Ngema says that it would not be appropriate because Tehogo is not a doctor. Frank understands that the underlying impropriety is not because of doctors and non-doctors rooming together it is the problem of rooming a black man with a white man.

On Dr. Waters' first...

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