According to Katie Sehl’s article on Fortune.com titled “Doctors Can Now Give Out Prescriptions for a Visit to the Museum”, a doctor’s handwritten chicken scratch may now be a valid admissions ticket to museums in Canada.
Sehl writes,“No one likes going to a pharmacy to fill a prescription, but filling one at a fine arts museum is an entirely different proposition. Launching its partnership with the Médecins Francophones du Canada (MFdC) last November, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) has filled 185 prescriptions, each one granting up to two adults and two children admission to peruse its collections of old and new masters, visit an exhibition, or join a guided tour.”
She continues, “Physicians who participate in the MMFA-MFdC Museum Prescriptions program are given an official pad of 50 slips, which they can prescribe or refill at their own discretion.”
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