Just a suggestion
My wife and I relocated from Albion to Columbus in 2014. We had been shopping in Columbus for 14 years and using the excellent medical and vet services. The need for extended medical help and the facilities available in Columbus were the deciding factors about where to make our final retirement home. Will the hospital, the medical community or residents please explain to me why those referred to a gastroenterologist have to travel to Schuyler, Norfolk, Lincoln or Omaha for consultation? Why can't this city with such a nice hospital and medical facilities attract a gastroenterologist to practice here? I'm not talking about a doctor who visits Columbus once a month, although that would be better than no gastroenterologist at all.
On my way to Norfolk. Wish it was down 38th Street thirty blocks.
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