What takes priority over healthcare in America 2.0
On Friday, the office of the G.I. specialist I had seen on Thursday at the Gastro-Enterological Health Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital / Cornell Medical Center called me to say that a different doctor, the head of that department, would be performing the stent procedure this week that I described earlier. This was good news, as it showed how seriously they were taking my case, putting their top doctor in charge of it (and the doctor I saw last week was also very good). I was told that he would call me on the weekend or the beginning of this week at the latest to talk to me and set up the procedure. When I did not hear from him by 10:30 this morning, I called the office—and guess what? It is closed for the Martin Luther King holiday. I couldn’t believe it. Doctors performing vital work are taking the day off because of this absurd holiday.
But why should I be shocked? Haven’t I said that it’s their country now—a country in which, among other things, the birthday of a man who originally symbolized black equality of rights, but now symbolizes black equality of results, black empowerment, black rule, and the destruction of Anglo-European America along with its constitutional republic, is the most important holiday?
I am glad to hear you will soon be getting the proper treatment you need.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at January 21, 2013 11:51 AM | Send