Scar-face Cho

Just a talented street doc? Only fools ask questions they don't want answers to.


Uses : Medical care, information, additional contacts, gear (drugs)
Places to Meet : Local clinic, body shop

Connection: 1
Loyalty: 1


It’s not always convenient to visit the local emergency room when
you get shot up on a run, and if you haven’t been keeping up on your
DocWagon contract payments, a street doc can mean the difference
between seeing another day and becoming some ghoul’s next meal.
Operating out of local neighborhood clinics and body shops, street
docs don’t ask too many questions about who they’re treating and why,
and often they don’t charge you an arm and a leg (literally or figuratively)
for their services. On the other hand, not all of them are technically
doctors, either—you might be trusting your life to a medical-school
dropout, ex-combat medic, or nurse—but as they say,you pays your
nuyen and you takes your chances. Still, when you’re bleeding from
that sucking chest wound and too hot to risk legitimate medical care,
the street doc might just be the best friend you have.

In addition to patching up wounds and handing out drugs (legal and
otherwise), many street docs also maintain a thriving business installing
cyberware— usually used, often salvaged from runners who weren’t as
lucky as you. Sometimes you can get a very good deal this way, but as
always, caveat emptor. It pays to get to know your street doc and keep
him happy, not only because he’ll treat you better and cheaper that
way, but also because it’s never a good idea to piss off a guy who
deals with you when you’re unconscious. The organleggers pay very
well for spare parts these days

Scar-face Cho

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