Author Topic: Good Shepherd closing Linden hospital, 2 clinics (Rural Cities Losing Healthcare)  (Read 704 times)

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Offline ABX

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I wonder what this will do to people in these cities whose only primary care provider under Obamacare was at these hospitals?


I wonder whom they'll blame, and whether they'll finally start figuring out who's wrecking their health care.

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I got a letter from the Cleveland Clinic asking for donations. I don't know how I got on their mailing list because Cleveland is over 3 hours from here, and I have never been there. They must be feeling a crunch, too.

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It's happening where I live, too.

A few years back, the nearest hospital (already 20 miles away) got flooded and was forced to close. They diverted all the hospital traffic to another hospital a few more miles away.

Well, now, Lake Shore Hospital is also shutting down because of massive financial problems.
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Georgia has 4 hospitals closing - so far.
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This was predicted by the few that read the bill... (I admit, I didn't read it).

The Obama cabal doesn't care. Rural closings affect those in flyover country. Those are not Obama voters. So, 'eff them.


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