No it's not. Neither version is correct, because both lack subject-auxiliary inversion. Additionally, the question shows no research effort at all and is therefore off topic here; answering questions that don't belong on the site is not the kind of signal we want to send, so it is better not to answer at all if a question is off topic like this one.
Now to the question I concern myself with:
The question title is For most patients, he will monitor you once every couple months and the actual question is
In this sentence which is correct "couple" or "couple of"?
24-hours ago I asked about answering a SWR that had no research (link). Now I am asking about a question that was so poorly written that it has got(ten) 4 close votes as early as an hour after it was posted. That is the good news.
What I cannot understand is why such a poorly formed question (so that it is obviously off-topic and should not be answered nevertheless gets answered? Are members (even if they have 10K+ rep points) unaware that off-topic questions should not be answered (although as a courtesy they can be answered in the comment field)? To me this is part of Site 101. How the site works. I am glad we are stressing Nice-ness and friendliness.
It seems that we need to do a better job of informing folks when not to answer a question... How can we do that?
Added: Editing the question addresses the question-side of the issue. It does nothing to educate users on what questions to not answer.