May 28, 2011
Rural Physicians Group associates Sukhbir Pannu, left, and Cindy Johnson discuss Thursday the benefits of their hospitalists program to The Memorial Hospital Board. The company could provide TMH with up to four internists who would live at the hospital on a rotational basis, 24-hours a day, for stretches of up to 10 days.
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Sukhbir Pannu sat Thursday night before The Memorial Hospital Board and recounted his experiences of raising a family in a rural setting. In particular, he discussed the quality of medical care in areas off the beaten path. “The system doesn’t think we deserve the same kind of care,” he said of small towns. “The best physicians, the best providers are at large hospitals in urban settings.”