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michael2595 now you know it doesn't work to just link to a pay site as a reference.  We need a better citation or a summary of the status of this proposal.  Can anyone supply this?

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I tried to post the video on here. You'll have to check it out on my FACEBOOK PAGE. Sorry. 

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I thought I'd just share some images about the project that this THREAD is about.   Hope it gives the readers a better idea of what it will at least look like. 

 

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Really?  Come on that was hardly advertising. Showing pictures probably satisfied some curiosity.

 

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Marginal but we'll allow this one post since it is on topic and I think many will find the obviously stylized images interesting.  Removed the one line of obvious advertising.

If you have a concern that should be addressed by a moderator, PM the one of your choice next time.

 

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I know of two attempts at medical tourism here. Only one survived. It is obvious from the pictures this hospital is planned in stages as it should be. Thank you Dr.S. I am not one of his patients, but, the potshots at him should be deleted IMHO.

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Agree, Harry. I think it is wonderful that we are getting a new medical facility. I'm told that my heart doctor will have an office there.

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Same nutsy architectural planning as the Joco Hospital--not all on one level from parking to the front door.  Again, poorly planned for sick, elderly or handicapped patients.

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"Sick, elderly or handicapped patients" can drive or be driven to the entrance. Surely you don't suggest that they would walk to the facility.

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11 minutes ago, AngusMactavish said:

"Sick, elderly or handicapped patients" can drive or be driven to the entrance. Surely you don't suggest that they would walk to the facility.

That is a perfect example of a snarky answer which serves no useful purpose.  The people who fit that classification tend to find help in getting to the door of a hospital, including taxis.

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42 minutes ago, gringal said:

That is a perfect example of a snarky answer which serves no useful purpose.  The people who fit that classification tend to find help in getting to the door of a hospital, including taxis.

NO SHINOLA! I was replying to Yo1's slam of the design.

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yes another great design, you can drop off sicjk ad elderly at the door and you block the driveway to the ambulance...

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I greatly appreciated the information. It is amazing how it has turned into such debate between those who like and those who dislike. Thanks for the info. What I want to know though is when will it be completed, when will this facility be open to the public.

But that is just me. Keep on arguing if you like :)

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1 minute ago, johanson said:

I greatly appreciated the information. It is amazing how it has turned into such debate between those who like and those who dislike. Thanks for the info. What I want to know though is when will it be completed, when will this facility be open to the public.

But that is just me. Keep on arguing if you like :)

Since I am not eligible to buy the kind of private insurance necessary to use this hospital, it's a "dinna care" for me.  I would like to see another SP hospital nearby and an ambulance to get me there, but for those who can use this one, it will be a good addition to the area.  Nice pictures.

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The problem with all these small medical clinics here and in Guad. is that any unexpected problem and you have to be transported to a full size hospital.

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and the best doctors do not work there...so why not go to Guadalajara to start with?

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