Re: home visiting docs
- From: <Hawki63@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 09 Aug 2006 17:05:11 GMT
"NWBluePenguin" <NWBluePenguin@NWBluePenguinInc> wrote in message
It's always good to hear truthful, sound information.
<Hawki63@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"LooseCannon" <lambchop.LC@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
The thought struck me while watching a news report on health care for
poor - a lot of people (poor and otherwise) are homebound by their
conditions. Are there internists and specialists who see such people
their homes? If so, how would such doctors be found? If by web
what keywords would be best to enter?
For the poor, the best ones gonna prolly find is Visiting Nurses, which
isnt a bad thing, btw.
again..something you know nothing about
"visiting nurses" are nOT only for the poor...why...Medicare pays for
it!!...not to mention MY PPO plan
obviously in particular circumstances..ie..post op where dressing changes
or IV meds etc are needed...
"visiting nurses"...also called public health nurses in some areas ARE not
for the poor only
have a sister who did home visits for years..
again LC...you are a know nothing imbecile
For those w/money, the words to put in a search
engine should be "concierge doctor" cuz for a sizeable yearly fee,
theyll supposedly come & do home visits (although Ive yet to hear
whether or not these docs have actually followed thru and shown up on
anyones doorstep juts cuz they paid out a grand or two under the
pretense that theyd actually do it.)
again ...something you know nothing about....
the concierge docs around here charge way more than a grand or two a
and yes..they do show up when requested...
you are an imbecile
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