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|The Chester-Perry Co|
|The firm's Sick Bay|
For such a greedy grasping multi-millionaire industrialist as Sir Reginald to give his workers the luxury of an in-house medical facility suggests either that he was bamboozled into agreeing to it after a particularly heavy lunch at his club, or he doesn't know that it exists, or (and perhaps this is the most likely), that he supports it because it minimises the otherwise huge exposure that the C-P company might have to claims of industrial injury, stress and mental failings from every clerk and manager in the building
The sick bay is staffed by a nurse (and sometimes an assistant or two) but apparently no doctors This, in view of strip 4815 is surprising.
The nurse's function is to get the malingering, workshy idlers who comprise her clientele back to work as soon as possible. To achieve this they have a variety of methods: