Mondoz said:Maybe not. Do they have neurologists at ERs?
dreamwalker said:Depends on the ER. The local ER has a neurologist on call at least. We have two neurologists, a neurosurgeon, and a neurology PA-C available, depending on which day and time of day they are needed.
Mondoz said:If it didn't cost a 75 dollar copay, I'd have already been there... It only costs 10 to go to the doc...
dreamwalker said:Maybe you're to the point where it will be worth the $75, but I know what you mean. I have $50 ER copay, $10 physician in network, $20 out of network.
Mondoz said:Last time I went to the ER, I got completely shafted.
Some doctor that came to examine me once wasn't in my plan, but I didn't know that. So I get this big bill from them that the insurance won't pay for.
I ended up having to pay the 400 dollar deductable for out of network coverage.
dreamwalker said:Hmmmm, your local ER might not be such a good idea in that case. Too bad you can't get into the ER here, they'd get something done.
Guess the guillotine is still an option...
Mondoz said:Ooooh... An invitation to come up there and a French chiropractic device in the same post!
dreamwalker said:I didn't mention any chiropractic device. True, the guillotine is of French origin, but that is NOT what I had in mind
You'd better make sure your health insurance covers medical care in Pennsylvania before you decide to come here
dreamwalker said:Shows what you know, most physical therapy isn't done at the hospital anyway, but in the therapist's private office