Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted): Finnish Emergency Medicine: An American’s Experience

Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted): Finnish Emergency Medicine: An American’s Experience
Instead, as I was walking to the ferry, I fell on the ice and broke my right wrist.

An excellent tale of an unexpected visit to an ED in Finland by a non-Finn.  Sounds like things went very well, and many wishes for a speedy recovery.


Comments

  1. Jack Coupal says:

    Scandanavian countries have a very homogeneous and unified population which allows socialized medicine to function in a halfway decent manner.

    In the rest of the world with our flotsam and jetsam populations, socialized medicine quickly evolves into disaster.