“To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism.”
Submitted by Name: jb
Comments: "A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself."
Added: May 30, 2016 09:22:41 AM
Submitted by Name: Welchers
Comments: If you've ever been down that way you've seen Ginny showing her true colors. That is one loud mouth bully of a bitty who gives her neighbor lady all kinds of &hit for cleaning up sidewalks and streets the mayor doesn't get done with a full street department. It's one of the nicest intersections in town because of the home owners and I for hate to see them leave
Added: May 29, 2016 11:20:14 AM
Submitted by Name: Howwwlllll!
Comments: The artist that did the wolf did a damned fine job in capturing the Mayor's teeth.
Added: May 28, 2016 09:24:02 PM
Submitted by Name: D neighbor
Comments: How about " brothers and sisters in Jesus " prayer circle Ginny Welch throwing a royal chit fit on the sidewalk at their neighbor . No wonder they are moving as one never knows when the schizophenia might turn violent.
Added: May 28, 2016 07:40:52 PM
Submitted by Name: Jason From: Madison
Comments: I wouldnt go to kdh for a band-aid. I would only go there if I wanted a staph infection.
Added: May 28, 2016 07:35:20 PM
Submitted by Name: Medical billing dept.
Comments: While false billing is common practice at KDH facilities to the extent the federal government got involved with Medicare fraud at several locations- the scenario where a doctor "prescribes" or auhorizes care without actually assessing the patient is uncommon. Nurse practitioners are highly skilled, able to serve patients without MD oversight except in certain pain medications which are highly regulated even for MDs. RN Prac. are billed at a different rate than Physicians just as physical therapist and other professional services are billed separately. There is no classification for billable physicians hours that were provided by a nurse practitioner, physician assistant... It's billing fraud to classify services at a higher rate just to receive additional reimbursement but not provide the service.
Added: May 28, 2016 07:29:19 PM
Submitted by Name: C neighbor From: Downtown Madison
Comments: A neighbor, we live within a half block of the gentleman and his wife that do an amazing job of keeping not only their property but other properties cleaned up around them. And that includes City property. Not once have my wife and I been bothered by leaf blowers or anything else by this couple. I'm very thankful for the job they do. I do know that the Mayor's tree in his yard fills the neighbors yard and others with leaves and when they complained the Mayor got sh1tty. Yes the same so called Christian Mayor that plays "Holier Than Thou Art" on Sunday mornings at NMCC. In my book that's he is a wolf in sheep's clothing. But would love to meet and discuss the situation with you "A neighbor"
Added: May 28, 2016 06:28:26 PM
Submitted by Name: not for profit?
Comments: Now you know why kdh is vulgarly profitable, has 10s of millions stashed away, their doctors are paid up to $1,000,000 per year, and its' owners, the bethany circle members hide their identity. You might try asking members Tammy (mayor's secretary), Wanda Welch, Andrea Forrester, or Katie Jenner why kdh is more expensive than real hospitals in Louisville, Indy, or Cincy. While you are at it, ask why the members are ashamed to acknowledge their membership and ownership.
Added: May 28, 2016 05:43:46 PM
Submitted by Name: how it is
Comments: Disgusted. You don't have to see the dr in the er to get a doctor bill. You don't actually have to be in a room to get a room charge. The nurse practitioner collaborates with the doc in your care and the nurses work within protocols written and approved by doctors, that is what you are paying for. Now if you got a np bill AND a doctor bill and you never saw a doctor that is a problem. Otherwise it is common practice in all hospitals.
Added: May 28, 2016 04:07:08 PM
Submitted by Name: alleycat
Comments: True story - was wandering around downtown for Old Court Days - bumped into a couple of out of towers in front of Subway. Evidently, they had stumbled into and out of Popcorn Alley - the recognized me as a local (somehow) and questioned me about it. They were initially in disbelief, then laughed out loud when I informed them that it was in fact NOT a boy scout weekend project. Alley to nowhere!