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Broadlands Hospital

Discussion in 'Broadlands Community Issues' started by joy, Jun 18, 2002.

  1. boomertsfx

    boomertsfx Booyakasha!

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    I've taken breathing therapy tests in a hospital before .. but it doesn't need to be done there. It's outpatient stuff. If you need to be admitted, of course you go to the hospital.

    My grampa just went into the hospital for pneumonia (w/ surgery) for several weeks. When he got better, he went to a rehab place, then home... seems logical to me.

    I've even had surgery w/ full anesthesia outside a hospital.... but there is "outrage" for not having therapy inside a hospital?

    How is it unreasonable to think that a hospital is primarily for more acute conditions, especially if they need the room for said patients?
     
  2. redon1

    redon1 aka Aphioni

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    you are better off NOT going to a hospital for any treatment you can get elsewhere. how often have you GONE to the hospital and come away SICKER than you went in? germ-ville!
     

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