SC officials worry about doctor shortage

Sep 4, 2010 Full story: Greenwich Citizen

The Post and Courier of Charleston reported Sunday that as more people get access to insurance and seek regular medical care, fewer doctors are practicing general medicine.

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John In Charleston

Heredia, Costa Rica

#1 Sep 4, 2010
If you think there is a doctor shortage now, just wait until the wonderful obamacare is fully underway. I personally know a number of doctors looking at relocating to other countries at this very moment. They don't want to be a part of the current socialist regime's idea of free medical care for everyone (especially illegals) and much lower fees for doctors. They are also concerned about the proposed tax changes in amerika and are looking for alternative places to practice. I hope the libs are thrilled.
notgoingtohappen

Charleston, SC

#2 Sep 6, 2010
Worried? They are not "worried" which is anxiety.

BS.

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