It's not immature to have a sense of humor, and that name is gonna get laughs. I was visiting a hospital once and heard this over the loudspeaker: "Dr. Membraino, paging Dr. Membraino" I was beside myself. (I've no idea what the actual spelling is, I spelled it as it was pronounced).
Anyone with a sense of humor would be hard pressed to not at least snicker.
I did a urology day the other day and literally EVERY. SINGLE. PATIENT. had a penis name. Mr. Wanker, Mr. Peniston, Mr. Peter, Mr. Dong (not their actual names -- you know, HIPAA blah blah. But you get the idea). It was pretty funny.
At my med school, we were taught urogenital development by Dr. Dong.
There is a doctor near me named Phat Wang.
Toledo, OH has a urologist named Dr Dick Tapper. And yes, he uses the nickname Dick.
I was gonna write that! (went to med school there)
Dr Fuchs is our urologist. Not good.
There's a urologist out there with the name Dick Chopp. When he does a vasectomy his patients can get a tshirt, "I was Chopped at...wherever this practice is"
Bwaa-ha-ha! When life hands you lemons....
At our med school, we have a professor named Dr. Payne and one named Dr. Love.
At our med school, we had an internist named Dr. Seaman. I guess he should have gone into urology for more laughs. LOL.
My friend was a phlebotomist @ a hospital from 87-90 (@ a time when they'd leave patient charts on a rack in the hallway outside patient rooms)! She had a patient named: Pierce Hiscock! She brought a label home because she didn't think anyone would believe her!When I was a teacher I had several of those "names:" Cox, Dykes, Dorko & more! The child w/ the name Dorko struggled the most because I had him as a 5th grader & the kids were just ruthless on the playground.I couldn't take his heartache anymore & assigned genealogy/family tree project! They also had to research/present info on the origin of their last names; the student wanted to present! He thought, "Anything to make the bullying stop!"
Hiscock is a fairly common name in Newfoundland. Around here we sometimes leave patient charts/kardex right outside the door in 2015.