Eisenhower delivers great care

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I totally disagree with the comments made by letter writer Mr. H.J. Hogan ("Military hospital disrespects veterans," March 13) regarding alleged disrespect at Eisenhower Army Medical Center.

My wife and I have been receiving care at or through Eisenhower for the past 31 and one half years. Overall, we have been delighted with the services provided.

When I go to the Army Hospital at Fort Gordon, I could care less if the staff addresses me by my Army retired rank (which happens to be the same as that of Mr. Hogan). My wife and I focus on prompt, courteous and efficient service and treatment. And that is what we have been getting at Eisenhower for all these years.

Being able to use Eisenhower Army Medical Center has been a blessing for us. We have yet to encounter the disrespect of which Mr. Hogan speaks and commend the people at Eisenhower for operating such a fine medical facility.

Morton S. Lindner, Martinez

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CHIEF 03/19/07 - 06:41 am
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what an idot, go to the

what an idot, go to the emergency room or try to get treatment as a retired vet or even a dependent. everyone on staff knows it. Colonel Malinchak (sp) is a big reason it stinks.

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VoteRepublican 03/19/07 - 08:16 pm
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incompetent civil service

incompetent civil service employees hired under affirmative action policies are the reason for the poor service at DDEAMC...visit an Air Force facility and see the difference for yourself...the Air Force hires QUALIFIED employees not simply based on gender or skin color..... its a fact but the media will never expose the whole story behind the problems at Army hospitals,,,, NEVER!

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