What’s wrong with the American Health Care System in One Anecdote

So I’ve been up in Vermont dealing with a (major but not dire) in law’s health crisis.  This has taken me to the local hospital on a few occasions.

  • When you pull up, there are a series of spaces marked “visitors and patients.”  They are about 150 yards from the front door.
  • After you park, you walk to the front door past spaces “Reserved For Doctors Only.”  They are about 50 yards away.
  • What kind of business puts its employee’s parking spaces closer to the door than the customer’s?  Sort’ve a quasi soviet one?  Yup.
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One Response to What’s wrong with the American Health Care System in One Anecdote

  1. IK says:

    The unionized kind…..

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