The Temecula hospital is small and still under construction.<quoted text>Hospitals don't take patient's for routine appointments or follow ups you stupid fk.
I do agree that CT scans are less expensive when paying cash, as little as $800 for the iodine contrast at an imaging clinic. It would then be left to the insured to work out reimbursement from the insurance provider. Those in large group plans might have an insurance administrator to handle the paperwork. Out of group insured have to go it alone and may be reimbursed at a discounted rate.
Additionally, Hospitals are being built and expanded, medical schools and research facilities are being built as are various sorts of medical clinics. I recent showed your butt pal Galt that a spanking new hospital is opening in, cough, his town and Kaiser is eying the area for one of it's grand research hospitals.
My area is going wild, with a new and massive VA hospital, a spanking new Nemours hospital, expansions at the the other hospital groups and new medical school and research park adjacent to UCF.
And in spite of expansion everywhere you aholes are spewing sht about doctor shortages.
Puke du jour.
The Kaiser facility is still just talk and, I would assume, primarily for members of that HMO if ever built.