Billings Clinic forms formal relationship with Mayo Clinic

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    COLDSMOKE - January 10, 2013 10:28 pm
    I was referred to the Mayo Clinic 6 years ago by my Billings Clinic doctor. I experienced first hand the magnificent medical care. I met with doctors from many countries that work at Mayo. Most noticeable were the many foreign patients receiving care at Mayo. The locals merely stated, "this is our hospital, and this is where we all go for care."
    This is the right move for the Billings Clinic.
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    WhatThe - January 10, 2013 6:22 pm
    First of all, congratulations to Billings Clinic! This is really a wonderful accomplishment for the Clinic and will be very beneficial to patients in many ways. But I do disagree with staceyronq - the folks in the front row were being disrespectful by using their phones while Dr. Hayes was speaking. He wasn't at the microphone until the introductions had been made and the presentation was well under way.
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    staceyronq - January 10, 2013 8:09 am
    trustee. photos were taken before introduction started. I attended the great announcement and it was respected by all that attended. only one phone rang during presentation. it was a great event. thanks to all those involved.
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    trustee - January 10, 2013 7:55 am
    Look at the people in the front row -- they are involved with their cell phone vs paying attention to the speaker. Not engaged in the progess -- bad impression!!
  5. AL KIPF
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    AL KIPF - January 09, 2013 7:41 pm
    This is great news for our medical community and those needing medical care.
  6. staceyronq
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    staceyronq - January 09, 2013 12:40 pm
    for health care this is incredible. thank you to both organizations
  7. notfadeaway
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    notfadeaway - January 09, 2013 12:36 pm
    Billings Clinic just keeps getting better.

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