Thanksgiving Day 2011 – We’re Thankful For Competent And Compassionate Medical Care

We at are thankful at this time of the year for all of the medical advances over recent years that have helped patients live longer and better lives. We at applaud all of the dedicated and competent medical care providers whose efforts keep us healthy and care for us when we are hurt or sick. When it comes right down to it, if you don’t have your health, you cannot fully enjoy what you do have.

Many of us in the U.S. take for granted that competent  medical care will be readily available when we need it most. Hospital emergency departments are spread throughout our communities to treat the acutely injured and sick, ranging from small community-based facilities to regional trauma centers. If a local hospital facility cannot provide the medical care we need when we need it, medical evacuation by emergency vehicle or helicopter to a better-equipped treatment facility is often available.

Emergency medical care is provided whether or not the patient is presently able to pay for necessary care. State-funded medicaid benefits are available to many patients who cannot afford or do not have private health care insurance. The elderly and disabled are often eligible for federally-funded Medicare.

Most physicians and other health care providers are well-trained and provide competent care. Most medical providers are compassionate and dedicated medical professionals. Large medical training hospitals provide medical educational opportunities to meet our growing need for medical care professionals and to further medical research that paves the way to medical advancements and new treatments.

Doctors, therapists, and other medical providers in private practice help alleviate the financial and other burdens that would otherwise be experienced if all medical care was provided by publicly-assisted medical facilities — hospital emergency departments would be even more over-burdened by patients seeking non-urgent care if primary medical care was unavailable outside of the hospital setting. And medical specialists with additional medical education and training provide the necessary specialized and detailed medical care beyond what can be provided by primary care doctors and family practitioners.

We at believe that the provision of competent medical care by medical providers at all times must be their primary objective and goal, and when they negligently fail to do so, our primary objective and goal is to assist the innocent victims of negligent medical care (that is, medical care that failed to reach that level of care that a reasonable competent medical provider in the same or similar medical specialty and under the same or similar circumstances would have provided) find help in obtaining justice and obtaining compensation for their resulting injuries and losses. maintains its website to help connect medical malpractice victims with medical malpractice lawyers in their state who may be able to assist them in bringing a medical malpractice claim due to negligent medical care.

Visit our website or call us toll free at  800-295-3959 to be connected with local medical malpractice lawyers who may be able to answer your medical malpractice questions.

Turn to us when you don’t know where to turn. Wishes You A Happy And Healthy Thanksgiving 2011 (And Each And Every Day Thereafter)!

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