On-call ER crisis still on gurney in Florida
Palm Beach Post, December 6, 2007
Efforts to develop a countywide solution to the severe shortage of medical specialists handling emergencies are barely out of the starting gate, doctors and hospital executives say. Meanwhile, some patients continue to face life-threatening delays in getting a specialist when they need one most: during an emergency.
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