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Old 04-08-2019, 04:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Velvet View Post
Are those stats referring to retirement aged population?
That'd be my #1 concern. Older people have more medical concerns, OR are at a greater risk for more medical concerns. You don't see a lot of 40-year-olds breaking hips, having heart attacks, strokes, emphasyma, shingles, back problems, gout, arthritis. These things happen more often to older people than younger.

Yes there are always exceptions, and yes I'm sure everyone knows a guy or had an aunt who lived to be 106 without ever seeing a doctor. That's not typical though, and everyone knows it. All things being equal, 300 beds might be great for the "average 100,000 people". But it might not be great for "100,000 mostly seniors."

I don't know if it is great or not, but it doesn't seem the same statistics can be equally applied.
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