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Date Posted: Sunday, March 28, 2010, 10:45: pm
I just happened to run across this post, and have to question the validity of what I've read. Now, this supposed hospital has a helicopter to transport paitents, but it can't afford a specialist, which would avoid the need to transport the patient in the first place. Hmmmmm. The nearest hospital is close by, which has a Cardiologist, yet, there's no ambulance service, but instead, a helicopter, standing by? And, if it's within driving distance of your hospital which lacks an essential staff, then why did they even build it in the first place? The other question is the 24/7 on call schedule. The only doctors with this type of schedule are typically medical students, while doing an internship. It may be feasible for a doctor to be on call for a specific rotation, once they have received complete certification, i.e., a cosmetic surgeon who is called to the ER to repair damage to a car accident victim, etc. Nonetheless, the account is very puzzling and inconsistent, and doesn't make much sense, but who knows?
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