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I am trying to write down a questionnaire for people (patients) on vacation, who were served by a doctor/nurse on the scene (in this example, at the hotel). I would like to ask whether the service provided by doctor/nurse was easily accessible. But it sounds a little erratic to ask as "Were you able to reach the doctor/nurse at the hotel easily?" Any alternative which would sound more formal?

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    Your sentence looks fine. It might be a tiny bit clearer if you say, "... able to contact". Also, it's better to use "...doctor or nurse..." rather than using the /
    – gotube
    Commented Jan 19, 2022 at 7:43

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Your sentence looks fine. It might be a tiny bit clearer if you say, "... able to contact". Also, it's better to use "...doctor or nurse..." rather than using the / – gotube ♦

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    – James K
    Commented Jan 19, 2022 at 8:02

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