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Hospitals having drs who specialize in necrotizing pancreatitis will they accept pt with no insurance we l mtive in butte, mt?

Hospitals having drs who specialize in necrotizing pancreatitis will they accept pt with no insurance we l mtive in butte, mt?

Pancreas: Yes, they should, many places like ours has to accept patients with severe diseases such as necrotising pancreatitis. In your case you need to see an expert doctor that specialize in the pancreas and minimally invasive approach of that disease. ...Read more

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What do I do if I live in la county, have no insurance, got bit by a skunk (need rabies shots and haven't captured it), and no hospital will accept me?

What do I do if I live in la county, have no insurance, got bit by a skunk (need rabies shots and haven't captured it), and no hospital will accept me?

Contact health dept: There are resources you can find through www. Cdc. Gov/rabies. The local la county health department contagious disease office is listed as 888-397-3778 with a web listing at http://lapublichealth. Org/acd/cdrs. Htm. Many hospitals quit carrying the material due to shortages in the spring, but supplies are now up and the county health department can help you locate it if needed. ...Read more

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I need to find a pediatricain working at riverside community hospital who will accept my medi-cal when my son is born. I am being delivered by dr. Darcy bryan there at the end of march. I am on a waver so that I could keep her after losing my insurance I

I need to find a pediatricain working at riverside community hospital who will accept my medi-cal when my son is born. I am being delivered by dr. Darcy bryan there at the end of march. I am on a waver so that I could keep her after losing my insurance I

The: The best thing is to call the hospital physician referral line and ask for a recommendation. If they don't have a referral line, then call the hospital pediatric unit and ask for a recommendation, and then call that doctor and be sure they accept your coverage. ...Read more

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Are rehab centers/hospitals reluctant to accept a patient that has had a brain bleed?

Are rehab centers/hospitals reluctant to accept a patient that has had a brain bleed?

Depends: Hi, it all depends on when the bleed happened, if it is still bleeding and what is the likelihood of a rebleed. It takes time for blood to not be see on imaging, thus this should not by itself limit placement. ...Read more

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Should I go to the hospital?

What is the problem: We can't answer your question without knowing the problem. ...Read more

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How does hospital do laundry?

How does hospital do laundry?

Several ways: Many hospitals have a department devoted to this - cleaning, drying, folding and distribution. Many also use external commercial laundries which pick up the linen and deliver it to the hospital. ...Read more

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What are psych hospitals like?

What are psych hospitals like?

They vary...a lot!: Your question is analogous to asking "What are cars like? " The range may vary from an impersonal, ghoulish state psychiatric facility to a plush, luxurious private facility offering gourmet meals and personal trainers. What you should be asking about is accreditation by the appropriate state agency; the qualifications of the professional staff; its reputation in treating your condition. ...Read more

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Why are hospitals so expensive?

Why are hospitals so expensive?

Complicated problem: Just like the rest of us hospitals have expenses like electricity, heat and water. On top of that they have costs for medical supplies, medications, insurance, office supplies and staff salaries to name a few. Let's face it, running a large, high quality medical facility is expensive. ...Read more

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Why do they use drip in hospitals?

Why do they use drip in hospitals?

IV drip: Iv fluids are used fro different reasons. It can be to keep some one hydrated while they take any thing orally or it can be used to administer medications. ...Read more

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What's the #1 hospital in the u.S?

What's the #1 hospital in the u.S?

It depends: It depends on what is being evaluated. Usually places like cleveland clinic, johns hopkins, mass general are at the top of most lists but a place like hospital for special surgery might be tops for orthopedics and/or rheumatology. ...Read more

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What are hospital delivery rooms like?

Depends on hospital: That depends on the hospital. Most have moved to private rooms that create a more homelike feel. Your local hospital website may have pics available for you to see. ...Read more

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Am I able to do a test a the hospital?

Am I able to do a test a the hospital?

Depends on what you: Are after? Not sure what test you think you need, best to discuss it with your GP. ...Read more

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Which hospital do you use for delivery?

Which hospital do you use for delivery?

Ask your doc: You should be getting regular prenatal check ups if you are pregnant. You will want to deliver at the hospital your doctor uses. Ask your doctor where to go. If you do not have a doctor you should make an appointment as soon as you can. You will want a hospital that has a labor and delivery unit. ...Read more

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How can I leav hospital, please tell me?

The door...: Unless you are suicidal or unable to make decisions on your own, you have the right to sign out of the hospital against medical advice any time you want. ...Read more

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Could hospitals care about men's privacy?

Could hospitals care about men's privacy?

Privacy: There should be concern for everyone's privacy no matter what gender you are. There should be personal privacy concerning examinations and privacy of your medical information. There are specific laws concerning privacy of information called HIPPA. If you have concerns about your privacy you should contact the hospital administration. ...Read more

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Must I go to the hospital to have my baby?

Must I go to the hospital to have my baby?

No But....: ...Since there are often unpredictable birth complications to baby and/or mom, it is infinitely safer to deliver in a safer hospital settings. I have experienced several either fatal or permantly damaged babies delivered at home that most likely would have done well at the hospital. ...Read more

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Is the va a good hospital system to go to?

Is the va a good hospital system to go to?

Yes: Yes, the va is a good hospital. Many of the same doctors work in the va system as well as your local private hospitals. The only difference is this is an entity dedicated to serving the men and women who wear our flag. ...Read more

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Which swabs in hospitals were the dirtiest?

Which swabs in hospitals were the dirtiest?

Dirtiest Areas of??: Don't understand the question, but the dirtiest objects in the hospital are cell phones and computer keyboards. ...Read more

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How sick do I have to be to go to hospital?

It depends: It depends on judgement of your physician. However, if there are lots of hospitals in your area, you might be more likely to be admitted than if there were only few hospitals. ...Read more

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How to get myself admitted to the hospital?

Depends: Just because you might want to be admitted to that hospital does not mean you will be. That can be determined by you primary care doctor or an emergency room physician and is based on your symptoms and testing for your cheif complaint. ...Read more

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Is it weird that I love being at a hospital?

Love: It may speak to your desire to be cared for, is it possible you long for caring and understanding you are not receiving? Best. ...Read more

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What is the phone to st. Lukes hospital nyc?

Google it.: The time spent to write that entire question, you could have googled "st. Luke's new york" and gotten their website and contact information. This is not a medical question.

http://www. Stlukeshospitalnyc. Org/index. Aspx. ...Read more

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What to do if I have to stay in the hospital?

What to do if I have to stay in the hospital?

Relax: Try to understand what is going on. Ask questions, make sure you understand your options, if any. Make sure you understand who is your main doctor and who are the specialists involved in your care. Enjoy the ride! ...Read more

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Do hospitals tend to cover up medical errors?

NO COVER UPS: Medical errors (system errors) are treated with the utmost importance in order to prevent them from happening again. Lawsuits are expensive so it behooves the administration of a hospital to thoroughly investigate any breakdowns of the system. ...Read more

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What are the benefits of touring the hospital?

What are the benefits of touring the hospital?

Knowledge: Just knowing where you are going and what the rooms look like can allay fears and decrease anxiety. For many women this is their first time in a hospital and they may be frightened. ...Read more

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I dropped my baby should I go to the hospital?

I dropped my baby should I go to the hospital?

Dropped the baby: If ANYTHING seems unusual about the baby's behaviour, go to the hospital to have her checked over. If she seems to be acting normally, call her pediatrician and get her seen in the office today. If you have any concerns, go to the hospital. ...Read more

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What would happen if I ran away from hospital?

What would happen if I ran away from hospital?

AWOL: If u r committed to the hospital, under a detention order, being a danger to yourself or others, or unable to care for yourself due to mental illness, assuming u meant a psychiatric facility, then a warrant will be issued to bring u back. If u r voluntarily in a hospital, not sure why u would elope in the first place. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how hospitals treat overdoses?

Can you tell me how hospitals treat overdoses?

Too complex: It depends entirely on what the overdose is from. If there is no way to know then the symptoms are treated to the best of their ability. ...Read more

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Cant I go to the hospital for multiple things?

Cant I go to the hospital for multiple things?

Depends: If you don't have a life threatening illness, it is best to see your primary care doctor first. Hospital ER is expensive and the doctor there is best at handling life threatening illnesses not minor medical problems or chronic issues like management of diabetes. ...Read more