Here I'm going to describe an idea with which I've been toying for a few years now.
Would anyone be interested in a clinic that straddles the boundary between real and play? Imagine a facility that is equipped and set up EXACTLY like any real medical clinic, albeit a small one. Just one treatment room, plus the waiting room. Inside the treatment room, a standard medical table and everything else that a "normal" exam or treatment room at a doctor's office or clinic would have. Look, feel, smell etc exactly like any real clinic; absolutely nothing that would appear out of place for a real clinic. The facility is staffed by a person who has all the same qualifications and training as any of the junior nurses at an average low-cost community clinic, the ones who give flu shots etc. (Usually their official title is Medical Assistant, but they are usually referred to as nurses.)
As a patient you walk into the facility, sit in the waiting room, and wait for the nurse to be free. The nurse just sits in the treatment room; the door to that room is closed when she is with a patient, and open when she is ready for the next patient. When it's your turn, you go in there, and close the door behind you.
And here comes the kicker: you can walk into this clinic treatment room with a vial of medication you got from a pharmacy (presumably your doc prescribed it to you for legit medical reasons, or perhaps you did your own *very diligent research* and prescribed the med to yourself for some good medical reason, and bought the med from some reputable online pharmacy), and have the nurse administer it to you. Because it's a real medication which you are having administered for some valid medical reason, the nurse uses 100% proper injection technique so the medication enters your system properly and all that. But at the same time the clinic is run with a *very* liberal policy as to what patient requests can be accommodated. Injection site preference is whichever you prefer, as long the injection can be given there safely and properly. You can sit, stand or lie down as you prefer. And if you have a special request such as making the injection hurt more, you can have that request accommodated as long as it can be done reasonably safely and without compromising the medical effictiveness of the injection.
In my 3rd world home country every state-run hospital/clinic (the two were often combined, basically one big facility with inpatient and outpatient divisions) had a so-called "procedure room", which worked exactly as described above. Injections were the most common procedure done there, with patients bringing in their own medication vials from the pharmacy.
Hypothetically speaking, if such a service were available in your area, would you use it? Does anyone take any injectable medications (for legit medical reasons) which you would like to have administered by someone who is a real nurse with proper training, but who would also accommodate some special requests as described above? Examples: women taking Depo-Provera shots for birth control, or transgender people who are used to buying their hormones on the grey market, but might appreciate having a nurse do the injection, or even a diabetic who has to poke him/herself daily, but might like to be pampered by a nurse doing it once in a while.
The ultimate in awesomeness would be if this walk-in nurse services clinic could operate above ground as a legitimate medical service, but probably that would only be possible in 3rd, 4th and 5th world countries, unfortunately... The 1st world would never allow it to be legal, they would probably call it "practicing medicine without a license" or somesuch. But is there anyone besides me who wants such a service badly enough to consider using it even if were an underground operation, similar to abortion clinics before Roe v. Wade?
Well, OK, my guess is that it would hypothetically be possible to open such a clinic above ground in USA *if* it had a licensed MD as the official head of the organization, or medical director or whatever it's called. I've even heard that in some states an NP would be good enough for that role, but I'm afraid not in California, so it would have to be a full MD. For someone with a huge cash budget, it might be possible to buy some crooked MD who still has his or her license intact - but I'm guessing the price would be well into the 6 digits at least, hence well out of range for someone like me.
On the other hand, an underground version would be more affordable, and I feel it is realistically within reach. It can still be set up, equipped and made to look, feel and smell like a 100% legit medical clinic whether it has a licensed MD at the top or not, and the cost of the full setup (proper medical table and all that) would probably be on the order of $2000 or so - easily affordable as a one-time setup cost. Physical space would be the real cost - I'm thinking one would need to rent a commercial space for the venture, as it would take up too much space and be too fake if housed inside a private residence, and the setup is too elaborated to be put together for a day or night and then taken down.
I reason that one could probably find suitable commercial space for rent in some backstreet industrial area where neither the landlord nor anyone else will look too closely at what you are doing in your leased space, as long as the rent gets paid like clockwork. It would probably cost about $1000/month in recurring costs (rent and utilities for a small space) - rather pricey for a hobby or fetish, but still at least somewhat affordable, as compared to the astronomical cost of buying a crooked MD to be the medical director to put the venture above ground.
I am actually considering opening an underground clinic as described somewhere in my local area. With the unfortunate risks of running an underground operation and all that - I do want it badly enough. I would use it as a patient though, i.e., I won't be the nurse. I do have a very close female companion though who shares my fetish with me, and she is mostly OK with the idea of being trained to do injections properly, and staffing the underground clinic as the nurse. But I haven't found a solution for the recurring monthly cost problem yet - I can afford the initial one-time setup costs, but not a recurring cost burden of $1000 every single month on space rent etc. I'm entertaining the idea of making it a club with membership dues - say, if 10 members contribute $100/month each, the cost would be covered.
Ideas, thoughts, suggestions? Anyone in California who might be interested in participating in the venture in some way or another?