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Where will residents go for emergency treatments?

November 24, 2013

By IRENE KOCH When Gowanda Tri-County Hospital was destroyed by flood in 2009, we lost an emergency room that was available to 20,000 resident....

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Psychofux

Nov-30-13 2:54 PM

Remember, "Corporations are people, my friends." And look at the nincompoop that blamed it on the ACA. What nonsense!

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jo1952

Nov-26-13 11:39 AM

She is completely correct. They do not care at all about the Gowanda area, or Irving/Silver Creek for that matter. That is why medical coverage should not be governed by profits, but service to areas. Let's hope our representatives can get the government to step in and help.

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JoeDupek

Nov-24-13 2:39 PM

Too bad Mrs. Koch had her head in her coffee pot all these years when her friends were looting the place, now it's too late and she complains. proactive not reactive the handwriting has been on the wall for a long time, and nobody bothered to read the messages.

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lakeshoresupporter

Nov-24-13 10:44 AM

it is all about profits to a hospital in PA. they don't care about the residents of this community in the least!! people are working very hard, so be patient and continue to write or call your elected officials and the State Attorney General and the State Department of Health. this is far from over and the truth will be known soon.

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Steiner

Nov-24-13 7:27 AM

christopher said profits and thats close to corporation ! Wow! forward thinking people know that in just a few short years, we wont need any of those hospitals built. the death panels will have kicked in under ACA and the population will have shrunk due to normal death.All in order to save money but in christophers mind its profits. wrong again christopher. else why would ACA raise so many premiums up?that christopher, stuck on profits and corporations but hooked on city busting unions, no greed there eh christopher ?

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Christopher

Nov-24-13 6:52 AM

Unfortunately Ms. Koch, nobody in charge of any of these issues cares. It's about profits, not your health. And apparently, not one local western NY politician cares that our healthcare is becoming increasingly dependent on a profit making corporation from Pennsylvania.

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