Wow, that’s a really nice doctor. Clearly he’s concerned about your health. Don’t call him unless it’s an emergency. You might interrupt his golf game.
He’s not picking you up — he’s doing his job. If he’s a good doctor, he won’t date his patients. I’m pretty sure that’s part of the Hippocratic Oath, which is a list of ethical medical practices some Greek guy named Hippocrates wrote and then arrogantly decided to name after himself. I’m pretty sure one of the rules is, “Thou shalt not get it on with thy patients.” So if he broke this rule he’d be…wait for it…a hypocrite. Sigh. That made my day.
On the other hand, I’m sure plenty of doctors bend the rules for love. (Dr. House breaks several of the oaths every week on TV.) That said, I wouldn’t recommend pursuing anything romantic, even if he was flirty. Seems like trouble if he’s also your doctor. (He could potentially lose his medical license and/or set himself up for a malpractice suit.) At the very least, switch doctors before you try to see him outside of the office.
Also, bear in mind that should anything romantic happen, he’s already seen you naked. (Hopefully he won’t keep you waiting in the bedroom after disrobing. Doctors take forever. And are they even writing anything on the notepad? I always assume they’re doodling or writing their lunch order for the secretary.)