I'd prefer he not pray before operating but of course. I think if a person is a doctor they are going to take there job seriously- I think an "angel of death" is as likely no matter what the religion. The thing I'd be worried about was if his hands look shaky- not the emblem around his neck.
I would. Just because of their belief doesn’t necessarily make them better or worse doctors, as long as they have good ethics, I would trust them with my life. I have before actually, and I turned out just fine., and certainly more alive.
Absolutely. His religion wouldn't concern me in the least. What possible reason could I have for caring about that? Perhaps not if his religion was voodoo and his practice included dolls and pins, but other than that, I'd be fine with.
When most people go to see the doctor, they aren't going to seek God, as to interview the religious beliefs of the doctor, but to get medical care. I have never personally asked my doctors if they knew the Lord. Have you? God can use anywone to help us in our needs. :) Being someone whom works in healthcare, I've only seen, one time, an elderly man tell a male nurse that he did not want him as his nurse, but he wanted a female. I've even worked with a man whom had sexual change but was dressed like a female nurse. The voice was very odd..and he even had some whiskers..but patients still allowed him (her) to be their ICU nurse. :)
No I don't trust them because their cultures and beliefs are different and many do not place equal value on the lives of both sexes ; for instance, China, female children are near worthless, aborted & killed. However our very expensive lousy health insurance does not seem able to provide us with enough qualified American doctors, which is disgusting because the countries these foreign doctors come from are much more needy of their medical personnel for their own population than are needed by us. It is all greed. They come here because they get paid more here and to hell with their own people who are poor and destitute.
Well, I trust my life in the hands of God. Of course I would make sure the doctor is a GOOD DOCTOR. And it would be great if he/she followed the same religion as I do, but that doesn't matter. As long as the doctors do their job right and I have God with me, I wouldn't worry.