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New Hampshire Ophthalmologists

     
The following cities in New Hampshire have doctor listings. Please select a city in New Hampshire to browse the ophthalmologists available.
Bedford Ophthalmologists Berlin Ophthalmologists Claremont Ophthalmologists
Concord Ophthalmologists Conway Ophthalmologists Derry Ophthalmologists
Dover Ophthalmologists Exeter Ophthalmologists Gilford Ophthalmologists
Hampstead Ophthalmologists Hanover Ophthalmologists Keene Ophthalmologists
Laconia Ophthalmologists Lebanon Ophthalmologists Littleton Ophthalmologists
Londonderry Ophthalmologists Manchester Ophthalmologists Nashua Ophthalmologists
New London Ophthalmologists North Conway Ophthalmologists Peterborough Ophthalmologists
Plymouth Ophthalmologists Portsmouth Ophthalmologists Rochester Ophthalmologists
Salem Ophthalmologists Wilmot Flat Ophthalmologists Wolfeboro Ophthalmologists
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In 2004 (the latest year data are available), total national health expenditures rose 7.9 percent -- over three times the rate of inflation. Total spending was $1.9 TRILLION in 2004, or $6,280 per person. Total health care spending represented 16 percent of the gross domestic product (GDP).
 
 
     
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For every physician perceived by the public to be bowing to the tenets of managed care and somehow short-changing its needs, or headlined by the press as party to some nefarious scheme, there still are thousands of doctors dragging out of their beds in the middle of the night and stumbling into their cars to handle emergencies, thousands settling in for long session with their last patients of the day simply because those patients had indicated they needed extra time; thousands whose dinner gets cold, whose children don't see them at birthday parties, and whose spouses find they aren't going to get to see that movie after all. - Eric Anderson, MD

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