Uber to the hospital? Bad idea, says emergency room doctor
Uber and Lfyt are a popular way to get around. But people are no longer just using those car services for a ride home from the bar. According to a new study, people are now calling ride share services during medical emergencies. "I think there's a lot of ways to get to the hospital. If we see 200 people a day in our ER, about 50 of them show up by ambulance. Which means the other 150 came by car," said McLaren-Flint Emergency Department medical director Dr. Raymond Rudoni.
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