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Old 07-01-19, 09:19 AM
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pdlamb
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Caveat emptor.

There was an article a few months ago in which a author, who is not an M.D., described somehow getting on the wrong mailing list. For a low fee (maybe $500), the author was offered an exclusive listing in some Best Doctors in the Country list and a plaque to hang on the wall noting he or she was included in this list.

But do check with knowledgeable people in the area. A close friend has a couple of patients who have told the ambulance driver to head straight to (the hospital she's employed by) and bypass the closer hospital(s). She's also had to deal with paperwork from patients who stopped at the nearby hospital, and either didn't survive the experience or were then transferred, too late or almost too late.
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