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A good doctor who is not bleeding the insurance company using your body as the extraction device. A good doctor who does not use his team of specialists to frighten you into unnecessary and expensive procedures. A good doctor whose patients don’t die during a procedure that may or may not have been necessary. Yeah. That kind of good doctor.

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Hope everyone has a blessed day and you all are invited to meet and greet the founders of the hospital and the members of the current city hall administration whom have helped make this possible. 

 

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On 3/15/2018 at 10:25 AM, barcelonaman said:

Just cant see enough demand for two  new hospitals.coincidence we have been waiting years for one then suddenly two appear, bit like buses !!

Is it possible to get insurance to pay for a consultation??

Some are ridiculously high and advice can be laughable at times,if not insulting.

Theres one for your imagination....

 

 

Wouldn't that breed competition between the hospitals for services performed? They want our money and to have 2 new medical centers on top of the clinics that are open 24 hours in my mind would be cause for competition and keeping prices low. Yes, they are businesses but they have investors and expenses to pay. Seems like the law of supply and demand is tilting in the favor of the consumer of these services. Just a thought. Would like to hear other people's thoughts.

 

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2 hours ago, michael2595 said:

Wouldn't that breed competition between the hospitals for services performed? They want our money and to have 2 new medical centers on top of the clinics that are open 24 hours in my mind would be cause for competition and keeping prices low. Yes, they are businesses but they have investors and expenses to pay. Seems like the law of supply and demand is tilting in the favor of the consumer of these services. Just a thought. Would like to hear other people's thoughts.

 

Because they have  investors who expect a return and ongoing expenses you think competition will tilt costs in the consumers’ favor? What it is more likely to breed is the sudden need for the consumers to have lots more expensive tests and procedures. 

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