Sure wish he had some continuing education work with endocarditis or FUNCTIONAL DIAGNOSTIC MEDICINE in 1989. I guess all the graduates from Baylor and Johns Hopkins were busy saving lives .Oh that's right we're talking about a GA governor.Education has never been very important to the GA taxpayer,they just like to argue about flags and junk.
03/21/10 at 09:45 AM
Unfortunately you are right about the shamefully poor quality of medical care provided in rural Georgia... and the useless ideological turf wars that consume so much of State Government's energy and scarce resources.
Congratulations Lee. What an honor! We are very fortunate to have such a caring individual in our community. Nice to hear of the good works done by those living in our city. Your work in Honduras is admirable and you've encouraged many people here to not only help other countries but also to get involved with local charities. Well done!
Your an idiot. Bush wasn't trying to fine everyone who couldn't afford health care either. Seriously some people need to read the bill before they comment.
The Government shoudln't force anyone to PURCHASE anything that they don't want. We should have an option and we won't have an option we are going to be forced. Then FINE ME if I don't have what you want me to have. But if I am an Illegal I get free health care.
Better quit worrying about the doctor's whiskers. There are some things a little more important going on right now. If 2 hours seem like a long time to wait to see a physician, just wait until you have to wait 2 weeks or 2 months!
We have been blessed with the best of a health care provider and a fine human being in Dr. Woodall. I credit him with saving my life and I didn't have to wait at all. In fact, He met us at the office in a very few minutes when the office wasn't even open. He even got there first. Congratulations! You're the man!