“Unless we have the doctors here in Hawaii, we will have many more victims, meaning people that won’t be able to get health care,” said Rep. Cynthia Thielen.
The Judiciary Chair, Representative Tommy Waters would not hear the Medical Reform bill. “So I think it’s very short-sighted. Thielen says she is committed to helping physicians stay in Hawaii.
“We have an emergency situation. Physicians know what to do when there’s an emergency; you act,” Thielen said. “I wish legislators would get the same message. We need to act and we need to act now.”