Study: Parents often choose ER for routine kids' care
Parents who take their kids to the emergency room for non-urgent care are doing so because they have concerns and questions about the care and attention they receive at primary care physicians' offices, according to a study. Often, primary care physicians actually refer patients to a hospital emergency department, the researchers found.
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