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Discussion in 'Anesthesiology' started by nimbus, Aug 29, 2017.
Houston’s Hospitals Treat Storm Victims and Become Victims Themselves
Interesting read, it is amazing how the infrastructure can break down so quickly when nature wreaks a little havoc! Hope everyone in Texas is hanging in there and keeping dry.
This is what happens when politicians buy votes: The perverse incentives of the National Flood Insurance Program .
I would assume the same thing will begin to happen with fire insurance as more and more people build in our forests.
Isn't fire covered under your standard Home Owners policy? I know mine is, and I live in an area that sees wildfires annually.
I have no idea.
I wonder how Houston will do their residency interviews this year?
Med center is fine. I'm sure it'll be unchanged
Beats me, but I'm applying anyway. I can't be too fussy about where I end up, and I just finished medical school in a city that goes underwater on a regular basis.
Same here- minus the underwater part.
I didn't know Atlantis had a med school.
It's New Orleans, a city similar to Atlantis except that it's located in the Caribbean and is less modern.
Don't suppose you know Dustyn Williams and OME? I love OME and what they're doing there.