The state of Alaska just got a lovely thank-you note from Montclair resident Lawrence Rosenshein, who visited recently. In addition to the state’s natural beauty and hospitality, Rosenshein said, he was wowed by the medical care he received there after he suffered an eye injury:

Had I been in my home state of New Jersey, I would have spent hours sitting in the emergency room. At Alaska Regional Hospital, I was seen by an extremely competent physician, Dr. Dell, within five minutes of entering the emergency room.

4 replies on “Alaska: Better Than a Poke in the Eye with a Sharp Stick”

  1. That’s because there’s like what, 17 people that live in Alaska? We have places in NJ that have 17 people living in the same motel room!

  2. Am I the only one disturbed the name of the hospital, “Alaska Regional?” It just sounds kind of scary to me. Just my two cents.

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