Re: Medical complaints
- From: "Julie Bove" <juliebove@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 09 Dec 2007 06:04:40 GMT
"Anon" <Anon@xxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Cheri" <gserviceatinreachdotcom> wrote in message
Anon wrote in message
If I were in your husbands position, active duty I assume, I would goto
sick-call and demand treatment. In my area, there is a very good Navymilitary
hospital and they treat almost every condition. I can't imagine the
would make a sick active duty member wait it for referrals whiletheir
condition worsens. Maybe it is time to go to a higher authority, manylinks
are available on the web.
Anon (the hated)
Is it Balboa Naval Hospital?
That's it, I haven't been there in years but it did provide excellent
care. I have heard it has a lot of Iraq wounded patients there now and the
wards are full and the staff is down so it might not be as good as before.
Since I turned 65, I now use Medicare and Tricare for Live. I can go to
any doctor I please and don't pay any fees or co-pay.
I have Tricare for Life. How is it you have no fees? I don't have a co-pay
but I pay a percentage until I've met my catastrophic cap, and I also pay in
full up to the deductible, per family. I only have Medicare part B. I
think that's the part. The hospitalization part. Not the other one. Or do
you have both?
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