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What don't you believe exactly??
That I had my gall bladder removed? I've got the scars to prove it.
That the original amount was over $12000? I've got the bill to prove it.
That my insurance paid every dime after my deductible? I've got the EOB to prove it.
That my father-in-law went to Crisp Regional and was told he was fine? Got the bill for that too.
That we took him to Emory? Also got the bill for that and the letter stating that his tumor was not life threatening.
That we went to Phoebe? Got all the information for that too.
That during his stay at Phoebe he looked healthier and happier than he had in a long time? I don't have any proof of that, just memories of his smiles.
That he died only 3 months after being told that he would live for years by the Emory doctor? I can show you his grave. He was only 53 years old.
I don't really care if you believe me.
I disagree with your comment. I had a procedure done at Phoebe. Had my gallbladder removed. I do have Insurance. When I received my bill from Phoebe the original amount was over $12000.00. My insurance company paid every single dime after my deductible.
A few years ago, my husbands father was diagnosed with cancer. The hospital in Cordele missed it. They said there was nothing wrong with him. He knew there was. We then took him to Emory in Atlanta. They said he had a brain tumor but it wasn't life threatening. And he will live for many years. That was in November. We took him to the Phoebe Emergency Room very early in the morning the day after Christmas because he was in such pain. He was admitted immediately and they found that he not only had a brain tumor, but also had cancer in his back and lungs. He was in Phoebe for about 2 weeks. They took great care of him. He was feeling good while he was there, laughing with the nurses, talking to people. He hadn't been like that for a while. But they couldn't save him. The cancer had gotten too bad. The other 2 hospitals misdiagnosed him. He died that February. I firmly believe that if we had taken him to Phoebe from the start, he may have lived a little bit longer and got to spend more time with his 2 sons and grandson.
So say what you want, but Phoebe has always been there for me and I have nothing but respect for them. I don't like their hospital in Sylvester, but the one in Albany will always have my business. And, no, I am not an employee. I am not the squawker either.
The squawker is saying (I think) that Math and Science are far more important than Music and Art and if people applied as much interest and time into Math and Science as they do Music and Art then we might actually have a far more intelligent society. Atleast that's what I got out of it. I could be wrong though.
As someone with an "electrical" heart problem I find this to be quite interesting. I had never heard of it before.
I never thought of it like that...but you are absolutely right!
I haven't been reading these squawks for too long, so I must have missed quite a bit, but I just don't understand why everyone seems to gang up on this coachjohnson person. Seems kinds high-schoolish to me. I can see and understand having a debate, but that isn't what this is. And people wonder why the children of this world act the way they do...you can't expect them to act any better than the adults do.
How do you NOT know that you hit a dog?? They knew!
This hasn't got to do with today's squawk...but has anyone else noticed that the Albany Herald seems to be going back in time...to December 22, 2011 to be exact?? It might be just me. Whenever I read an article and hit "Home" it takes me back to the home page, but not always today's home page. Sometimes it's the home page from December. Even the link for the Squawk of the Day says December 22, 2011....it's so weird!
No where in the article did it state that the other guy was the dog's owner.
The only thing I ever get in the mail is bills :(
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