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This profile was last updated on 11/29/05  and contains information from public web pages.

Dr. Joseph Nour

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Butler Eagle Online Newspaper
www.butlereagle.com, 29 Nov 2005 [cached]
Why has Dr. Joseph Nour, a highly regarded pain-treatment physician, been treated so shabbily by the Butler Memorial administration?
Butler Eagle Online Newspaper
www.butlereagle.com, 17 Dec 2005 [cached]
If you read the article in the Butler Eagle about Dr. Joseph Nour having to sue Butler Memorial Hospital just to get a private line into his office, you won't believe the rest of the story.I brought a family member to the pain clinic and decided to talk to Nour before writing this letter.The pain clinic started 14 years ago by Doctors Jacovic and Nour, and the patient load keeps getting longer and longer.I was employed by Butler Memorial when the clinic started, but was gone before Nour leased the fourth floor from the hospital to have a larger area for the pain clinic.
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I was glad Nour stood up to them and went to court, and that the judge ruled in his favor.When the staff of the pain clinic went home that Friday, the department was OK.When Nour went to work the following Monday, he found a great surprise; Butler Memorial had cleaned house over the weekend.
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Nour had found out earlier that not only was he charging the patients, but the hospital in turn was also charging some of Nour's patients' insurance companies.I'm not sure how that has turned out.Nour then found out that the hospital began its own Pain Management Department on the third floor.The staff was to call Nour's patients and tell them (my relative received such a call) Nour was no longer at BMH; he had left and did not leave a telephone number or information about where he could be reached or where he had gone.They then attempted to get patients to go to the third floor for treatment.All this time Nour was on the fourth floor with new equipment and a new staff treating his patients.Nour is a very kind and caring doctor.He leased the fourth floor from the hospital because he did not have his own office building yet, but his patients continue to need his service, so he is there for them.I did not receive every word of this from Nour, but other people as well, and found it all to be true.Any information I received from Nour was only because of questions I asked.Until then, he didn't even mention anything.
Butler Eagle Online Newspaper
www.butlereagle.com, 17 Dec 2005 [cached]
  Letters to the Editor Doctor treated poorly Written by: Kathy Deal Butler If you read the article in the Butler Eagle about Dr. Joseph Nour having to sue Butler Memorial Hospital just to get a private line into his office, you won't believe the rest of the story.
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If you read the article in the Butler Eagle about Dr. Joseph Nour having to sue Butler Memorial Hospital just to get a private line into his office, you won't believe the rest of the story.I brought a family member to the pain clinic and decided to talk to Nour before writing this letter.The pain clinic started 14 years ago by Doctors Jacovic and Nour, and the patient load keeps getting longer and longer.I was employed by Butler Memorial when the clinic started, but was gone before Nour leased the fourth floor from the hospital to have a larger area for the pain clinic.
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I was glad Nour stood up to them and went to court, and that the judge ruled in his favor.When the staff of the pain clinic went home that Friday, the department was OK.When Nour went to work the following Monday, he found a great surprise; Butler Memorial had cleaned house over the weekend.
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Nour had found out earlier that not only was he charging the patients, but the hospital in turn was also charging some of Nour's patients' insurance companies.I'm not sure how that has turned out.Nour then found out that the hospital began its own Pain Management Department on the third floor.The staff was to call Nour's patients and tell them (my relative received such a call) Nour was no longer at BMH; he had left and did not leave a telephone number or information about where he could be reached or where he had gone.They then attempted to get patients to go to the third floor for treatment.All this time Nour was on the fourth floor with new equipment and a new staff treating his patients.Nour is a very kind and caring doctor.He leased the fourth floor from the hospital because he did not have his own office building yet, but his patients continue to need his service, so he is there for them.I did not receive every word of this from Nour, but other people as well, and found it all to be true.Any information I received from Nour was only because of questions I asked.Until then, he didn't even mention anything.
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