| September 14, 2005
Meet the only concierge pediatrician in the nation
“‘I’m able to do things other physicians just can’t do,’ Serbin said. ‘The average pediatrician sees 25 to 30 patients per day. We might see six patients per day.'”
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Amazing how any time someone is able to buy goods or services with greater than average wealth that others will decry that as unfair.
If the public wants fair to mean that someone who works hard, spend years sacrificing, racking up huge school debt, defers marriage and family, should not be able to purchase anything more than a high-school diploma bearing Wallmart employee then what is the incentive? If effort cannot produce greater access to goods and services, then what is the point of effort.
The tax rate on my next earned dollar that I wish to spend is 51% (federal 34, state 8, city 1, medicare 1.5, sales tax 7.5%). Big whack here on my incentive to work that extra hour at the clinic or schedule an extra patient or two.
Add 7.5%. I am self employed.
“not be able to purchase anything more than a high-school diploma bearing Wallmart employee then what is the incentive?”
If you’re the former Walmart employee who died in the Vioxx case, his Ass is worth 250 million bucks. And that woman who won the $$ only had to sleep with that ugly ass for one year to make that dough!
Please be respectful of your colleagues. You are not the only concierge pediatrician in the nation, nor the first. Please see http://www.villagedoctor.com where the first pediatric concierge practice was introduced.
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