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West Virginia Gastroenterologists

     
The following cities in West Virginia have doctor listings. Please select a city in West Virginia to browse the gastroenterologists available.
Ansted Gastroenterologists Beckley Gastroenterologists Bluefield Gastroenterologists
Charleston Gastroenterologists Elkins Gastroenterologists Fairmont Gastroenterologists
Follansbee Gastroenterologists Glen Dale Gastroenterologists Huntington Gastroenterologists
Logan Gastroenterologists Morgantown Gastroenterologists New Martinsvill Gastroenterologists
Nutterfort Gastroenterologists Oak Hill Gastroenterologists Oakhill Gastroenterologists
Parkersburg Gastroenterologists Point Pleasant Gastroenterologists Princeton Gastroenterologists
Ronceverte Gastroenterologists S Charleston Gastroenterologists Summersville Gastroenterologists
Weirton Gastroenterologists Wheeling Gastroenterologists Wht Sphr Spgs Gastroenterologists
Williamson Gastroenterologists    
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The Harvard Medical Practice Study reported that four percent of hospitalized patients suffered an injury due to treatment and that two-thirds of these were caused by errors. Extrapolating to the nation as a whole, it was estimated that approximately one million Americans are injured by errors in treatment in hospitals each year (Lucian Leape, Harvard School of Public Health).
 
 
     
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