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New Gainesville (FL) health clinic offers direct primary care (includes interviews w/ the Advanced RNPs at CPC and the DPC Journal)

By Christopher Curry, Staff writer

Published: Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at 6:01 a.m. | Last Modified: Monday, June 8, 2015 at 10:25 p.m.

A newly opened clinic in a small office plaza near a busy Gainesville intersection marks the local arrival of a growing national trend in health care. 1,042 more words


Retail clinics, bundled payments, and other primary care trends.

By Terry Bauer, Healthcare Management Consultant, CEO and Entrepreneur, Stroudwater. Terry will post once or twice a month on his LinkedIn page, www.linkedin.com/in/terrylbauer, and on Twitter… 776 more words


Observations From a Hospital Bed 4

I long for morning trying to stem my tears. I am awake the whole night. I am hyperaware, every noise and movement activating my ‘flight or fight’ response. 463 more words

Creative Writing

Doctors: The ‘Mall-ification’ of Medical Care ~NY TIMES

By Danielle Ofri, M.D., NY TIMES

October 29, 2015 1:00 pm

Last week I was dashing through O’Hare International Airport in Chicago to catch a flight back to New York. 557 more words


Observations From a Hospital Bed 3

I start in Accident and Emergency. I am assessed, I feel kind of in limbo the pain is the only thing I am focussing on. Laura tries to keep me calm. 676 more words

Creative Writing

Observations From a Hospital Bed 2

From somewhere behind and above I hear, “Are you able to stand?” I am pretty sure this is not an option but before I answer, “No,no don’t move her.” Someone shoves something under my head and covers me with a coat. 358 more words

News And Views

Observations from a Hospital Bed 1

Well who would have thought that being in hospital could be such entertainment? I suppose it is the ‘Dunkirk Spirit’ but I seem to make friends very quickly. 227 more words

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