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RE: [IP] What a CDE/endo does at the office visit?



Well let me tell you something.  I worked for the VA and used to eat
breakfast and lunch with a surgeon and an internal medicine specialist.  I
watched them both open mail every day and get bills from lots of people
wanting them to pay back the "thousands" of dollars in grants that they
owed.  They paid their bills with no problem.

Do you know something that I don't?????? Are you a doctor?

Let's do a little experiment, you go to med school and I will go to a
technical school.  Let's see what your like of credit is when you are out of
med school versus what I can leverage with my education.  They will let a
doctor build a medical plaza.  I would not even be able to buy a run down
building.

Of course it's the money you moron, why on earth would most of them go
through all the BS in the first place.  To get a warm fuzzy feeling?  You
have watched too many reruns of ER or something.

Just remember, most of those people came from connected people already and
if they are smart, (believe it or not, most doctors are) they get
scholarships!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Please give me a break, its been a long day in the trenches.

By the way, the doctor I saw today owns the building he works in, a cat scan
lab and Jaguar XJ-8 parked out back.  Yes he paid all his med school bills.

-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:email @ redacted]On Behalf Of RGS Leppanen
Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 7:53 PM
To: email @ redacted
Subject: RE: [IP] What a CDE/endo does at the office visit?

<<<<Mark said: doctors or to tell you the truth were people that just wanted
to make great money (and they do most of the time). >>>>
Okay Mark,
you think that physicians make alot of money...........
127 THOUSAND dollars for medical school,
45 THOUSAND for a undergraduate degree
First year Residents (interns) 28- 31 thouand YEARLY
Second year Residents 30 to 33 thousand yearly
Third year Residents 32 to 35 thouand yearly
Fourth year and higher (surgery, anathesiology, orthopaedics ect) 35 to 40
thouand a year

Say you took out a loan for your undergrad degree and there is NO grants for
graduate school
so say $172,000 ......... you have 10 YEARS (yes TEN years) to pay it 100%
back... after 6 months of graduating... so that is about 17,200 a YEAR to
pay back in student loans.
Some Residents have 10 thouand dollars PER year BEFORE taxes to live on...
Can you do that?

R. Leppanen

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