I understand your point....but would you give Peyton manning credit for last years super bowl win? Similar scenarios IMO
Harsh but correct
Think about this....Joe burrow and Danny Clark both played in the division 3 state championship game against the same team if I'm not mistaken (correct me if I'm wrong....either way it's similar competition). Joe burrow accounted for 500 total yards and 6 TDs and essentially kept his team in a shoot out and almost pulled it off. Danny Clark went 4-12.........Clark seems like a good kid but IMO is not good enough to play at OSU. Just my opinion
I appreciate the civil discussion! Ultimately i disagree with you and you disagree with me, we're just looking at the situation through different sides of the glass lol. I do respect your opinion and perspective as a patient and understand that it can be frustrating to have to wait for an appointment you scheduled.
I understand what you're saying however....Most docs didn't get into medicine for the money (some did). I just feel that you should be financially rewarded for spending literally a DECADE (often more) of the best years of your life working absurd hours training to improve the lives of others. If you schedule 2 pts/hr and one is medicare/medicaid (an ever-increasing amount) you are basically breaking even or losing money when considering overhead costs. At the end of the day you have to make money and seeing a low number of pts isn't feasible, which is why you are seeing more and more docs become hospital employees rather than be self-employed. At the hospital they will have an administrator who knows nothing about medicine breathing down their neck to see more and more pts to make the hospital money. eventually we all will be going to large practices/pt mills and hopefully get 10 minutes of time with the doc. Again, before you blame the docs try to understand the external pressures and costs that have influenced the way medicine is practiced.
You Shouldn't blame docs for this without understanding healthcare economics and the costs associated with medical education and running a practice that essentially forces docs (especially family med docs) to schedule a pt every 15 minutes. It essentially has become out of their control
AIC is my favorite band of all time! Currently have this album playing in my car!
Always liked walking past that house during my YSU career...
Bar rescue is filming at a bar in ytown I went last night and saw Taffer cussing out the staff lol
So much ytown hate! I live in the area too....you can't go wrong with anything unky buck said those are all great places....make sure you go get handles ice cream and Wedgwood pizza it's the best you'll ever have!!
youngstown state alum
im pretty sure that is what Alex stump had....theyre definitely no fun; it's a sprain/dislocation of the tarsometatarsal joint that often occurs with a metatarsal fracture....you're 8-12 week estimate is probably in the ballpark but it all depends on how the x Rays look....sorry to hear this happened I hope your wife heals up ok!!
I'm actually in PA school now....if you ever have any questions about anything id be glad to help!
My girlfriend is an AA she graduates from CWRU in May....did you go to case progrgram?
Fellow YSU grad here!! Now I'm a physician assistant
Vonn bell !!!
Urban should release him from his LOI....read in italics ;)
I mean its not like bama threw the ball to theirs TEs at all last night and they still get good TE recruits.....
Don't forget the original national championship played in the 1860s....
I've got better things to do on a Friday night....
I graduated from ysu in 2013...since then they've hired tressel as president, opened a chic-fila and hotheads on campus (not as good as chipotle however) and now possibly Bo pelini as head coach.........i might have to enroll again!!!
You know nothing john snow
Wolford has rubbed a lot of area coaches the wrong way by saying there isn't any local talent in the Ytown area. He needs to mend some fences and start keeping the local talent around!