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Hawaii Emergency Medicine Doctors

     
The following cities in Hawaii have doctor listings. Please select a city in Hawaii to browse the emergency medicine doctors available.
Aiea Emergency Medicine Doctors Ewa Beach Emergency Medicine Doctors Hana Emergency Medicine Doctors
Hilo Emergency Medicine Doctors Honalulu Emergency Medicine Doctors Honolul Emergency Medicine Doctors
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Kaunakakai Emergency Medicine Doctors Kealakekua Emergency Medicine Doctors Kihei Emergency Medicine Doctors
Lihue Emergency Medicine Doctors Pahala Emergency Medicine Doctors Paia Emergency Medicine Doctors
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Did You Know? - Health Insurance Fact:
According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there are over 80,000 infections caused when an IV tube that contains bacteria is inserted into a large vein and infects the patient's bloodstream. These are also called "central line infections," and they cost the nation up to $2.3 billion and result in 20,000 deaths per year in intensive care units in the U.S. .
 
 
     
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