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Thu February 13, 2014
According to a new report, Michigan is failing in access to emergency care
How are we doing as a state and as a nation, when it comes to our emergency rooms and access to emergency health care?
According to a report card recently released by the American College of Emergency Physicians, not very well. Michigan received a grade of "D" in access to emergency care.
Why are we failing in access to this life-or-death care in Michigan?
Dr. Michael Nauss is a senior emergency room physician at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit. And he's a board member of the Michigan College of Emergency Physicians. He joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.
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