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    The hcap spots are always parked up in my neuros multi specialty huge group practice.

    And, they tucked his office as far from the front door as one could get, so long walks across lot, long walk to the suite. Yah, they got wheelchairs, but, those are hard to use.

    When he was solo, it was so accessible.

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    Growl. Neurologists of all people should make a point of having very very accessible offices.

    I'm guessing that many aren't doing that. For one thing, neuros I've dealt with have had a way of opening up more offices in other locations, so you have your choice of seeing your neuro at one of maybe 3 or more addresses.

    If they're that busy finding and furnishing several offices, how attentive are they being about making sure those offices have accessibility features?

    Not very, I'm guessing.
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    Many neuros, like mine, are in enormous groups of 100 docs, so they're employees of large corporations or Hospital conglomerates, and bossed around by bean counters. It's likely the wave of the future..l.

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    Many neuros, like mine, are in enormous groups of 100 docs, so they're employees of large corporations or Hospital conglomerates, and bossed around by bean counters. It's likely the wave of the future..l.
    You've made a good point. I do hope the neuros are constantly speaking up at meetings in favor of more accessibility for their offices, though. Maybe they should threaten to move their practices elsewhere unless the necessary changes are made.



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