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10 Truths You Need to Know to Get the Best Medical Care

  1. Nicci

    July 2nd, 2019 at 7:20 pm

    What great information!!! Thank you so much for caring enough to offer this! I’m an RN of 19 years. I have been a travel nurse and worked all over. This is outstanding advice I am excited to share. Thanks again!

  2. 1StrgSthrnGrl

    July 2nd, 2019 at 8:25 pm

    An RN for 19 years! On behalf of every patient you’ve ever treated–THANK YOU! The job you do is SO IMPORTANT and I know you aren’t told that enough. Your feedback means a lot to me. Thank you, Nicci!!

  3. Sunny

    July 31st, 2019 at 11:41 am

    As a male family physician, I have to say this is good advice for men too! In fact, they are probably more likely to stop their meds on a whim, or benefit from having someone with them, or being honest about what they are struggling with.

  4. 1StrgSthrnGrl

    July 31st, 2019 at 12:50 pm

    Hi Sunny! Thanks so much for reading and making a great point! And yes, you’re right, in my experience male patients seem to be more likely to stop meds on a whim and have more difficulty being honest about what their medical concerns are. And we could all use another set of ears when we go see a medical provider. My audience is mostly female so I love to focus in on what can help them but almost all of my articles have information that’s for men and women. I really appreciate your insight as a physician! Thanks for taking the time to share this! Have a great day! Mickie

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