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Victoria freestanding ER closes amid battle with insurers

May 07--Mercer ER, a slick, stand-alone 24-hour emergency center near Home Depot, closed its doors for good last week. Patty Lutes, a 29-year-old executive assistant in Victoria, said she wasn't surpr... read more

The Long Goodbye

Over time, though, Mom's angels and imaginary lovers disappeared ... the immediate impulse of the doctors in the emergency room was to try to revive him by rehydrating him. "That's how they're trained ... read more

Illinois hospitals expand reach with standalone ERs

Magee told the woman's husband to rush her to the free-standing emergency room downstairs from his office in the Chicago ... and prepare for an aging population and more Americans gaining insurance un... read more

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