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Monday, June 13, 2011: 5:38 pm
More from sillyoldman
|George, however, doesn’t think it will affect many patients in Morgan County who come to the health department for immunizations now. |
“Most of our patients are uninsured or underinsured anyway,” she said.
I wonder if she knows that Dr. Broderick's kids all have received shots at the health dept. And he's far from uninsured, underinsured, or anywhere in the same galaxy as "less fortunate".
Another problem with the family doctor is the extra charge for an office visit. It wouldn't be as expensive if they simply charged for the immunization, or even a nominal record fee. But $65 for height, weight, nice-to-see-you-Doc, and then an assitant does the stick.....?
Monday, June 13, 2011: 6:38 pm
More from Liberty
|The over all problem summed up in just on sentence.|
"It would be nice to have the doors all the way open for everyone, but the funds aren’t there.”
Including Doctors also ? I guess so. Now it make me wonder how this department is wasting the taxpayers money in general. He's a good man that is confused with what is possible with man ? and maybe what the word fraud means.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011: 12:20 am
More from Reality Check
|Thanks, Mitch and radical republicans. This is the difference of about $350 - $500 out of pocket versus $5.|
Bray, Foley, and the rest of this bunch probably didn't have a clue about this either. They just pushed the green button when their caucus chair told them to.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011: 3:03 am
More from Liberty
|I think if everyone would just pickup the phone you'll find they are few bucks at Osco's clinic on 39. Can't afford to give welfare for the rich.|
Tuesday, June 14, 2011: 12:11 pm
More from jimbob
yer perty stupid aint ya
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