Expansion of health clinics shapes a Bush legacy

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    Expansion of health clinics shapes a Bush legacy - International Herald Tribune

     
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    It's too bad that so many people are unaware of these clinics. My wife and I use one exclusively for our medical services. We have three in our town of about 50,000 people. I can walk in, without an appointment, and see a doctor within 5 to 20 minutes, and he will ask me questions to reveal any and all of what may be a problem for me, and prescribe (or give me free samples) medicines, and the flat fee is $50.00. The last time I went in the doc ordered me 5 tests I hadn't thought of needing, one of which was to detect cancer antibodies in my blood. The took the blood samples there and reported back in a few days, with results that made me very happy.

    So many people think first of the hospital emergency room, and just go there first off.

    Both my wife and I walked into our clinic on a saturday afternoon, and both got flue shots and were out in 10 minutes; cost: $20.00 for each of us.

    Clinics work to make medical services more competitive, the whole purpos of President Bush.
     

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