Managed care has made it difficult to find specialists when you need them. Sometimes insurance limits your options to just a handful of practitioners, so how do you choose a good one?
Look for a surgeon with good focus. The ability to concentrate is essential.
They get bonus points if they’re ambidextrous.
A willingness to really get in there and dig around is a plus. Operate big or go home, I say. Surgery ain’t for sissies.
This scalpel jockey is for hire.
With a bit of luck, you won’t hear what I heard at the end of this particular operation.
“This poor fellow’s dead.”
Sorry about that, little buddy. I’m pretty sure it’s not because you yanked out his heart with both hands.