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03/16/2015
By: Chasity R.
Ozark Health Medical Center
The ED doctors are different from one visit to another so for someone to say that the E.R. doc is from the fiery pit is going a little to far. Do all the emergency doctors of the past have the best bedside manner....maybe not but past is the key word. There are some wonderful emergency room doctors and excellent nurses at this facility. When this hospital gets a patient stable and the need for more care than the hospital can give they are sent to a hospital that will best suit the patient's care needs. When patient's are admitted the hospital also has a great medical/surgical floor with an excellent team. Is it perfect....no, because no matter how you look at the situation at any hospital you are dealing with human beings doing the best they can for the patients.
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