There are many people with chronic conditions who require repeated visits to the hospital, or perhaps they had a particular surgery at a specific hospital. For them, it is often helpful to go to the same ER, as the hospital where they either get their care or where they had their surgery. That can often help speed their care and their visit in the ER, and make it easier for them to follow up after their ER visit. That is also true for many types of surgeries. And specifically when there is a concern that there may be a type of complication related to that surgery. It is okay to ask questions. Common questions include asking, what medication is being given? What is the medication treating? And, what tests are being done?
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