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    Re: Dealing With Hospital Closure, Pioneer Kansas Town Asks: What Comes Next?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thoreau72 View Post
    Could you offer any numbers to support your "answers", or is that asking too damn much?
    Wow, what an devotion to laziness in that message! YOU raise a claim and then demand others research it for you because it's too much work for you?

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    Re: Dealing With Hospital Closure, Pioneer Kansas Town Asks: What Comes Next?

    Quote Originally Posted by AliHajiSheik View Post
    I don't believe you "wonder" in the two questions you asked. Strange way to word such questions.
    Yes, too complex a thought for your neurons, or perhaps too thought-provoking.

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    Re: Dealing With Hospital Closure, Pioneer Kansas Town Asks: What Comes Next?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    I wonder how many welfare and disability fraud recipients would have to be removed and how many years it could stay open for the amount of money Nancy Pelosi's brother-in-law's multi-billion dollar graft would have covered?
    My hypothetical is more practical and relevant than yours.

    We spend huge amounts on military. It's real.

    Who gives a GGD about Pelosi's brother in law? Not I.

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    Re: Dealing With Hospital Closure, Pioneer Kansas Town Asks: What Comes Next?

    Quote Originally Posted by Thoreau72 View Post
    Yes, too complex a thought for your neurons, or perhaps too thought-provoking.
    Or you had a thought you formed into a really bad question--or statements that ended in a question mark. I'd suggest re-reading what you wrote.
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    Re: Dealing With Hospital Closure, Pioneer Kansas Town Asks: What Comes Next?

    Thanks to the OP for the very interesting information.

    1. Yes, nuns started many hospitals. The Catholic Church deserves a shoutout for the hospitals and schools that it has founded throughout American history. I wish that more people were being taken care of by nuns and more children were being taught by nuns or brothers. But those days are gone.


    2. I have read that some smaller communities without doctors depend on nurse practitioners. They are medical providers whose authority depends on the state in which they live.


    a. Here in California, doctors have been successful in blocking the efforts to give more authority to nurse practitioners.
    b. I have found nurse practitioners to be very patient and helpful and competent.

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