Dr. Isaac Schmidt

orthopedic surgeon in Los Angeles

Dr. Isaac Schmidt on KCRW

As COVID-19 cases increase, hospitals are considering postponing elective procedures. That means another financial shock for doctors not involved in emergency care.

LA orthopedic surgeon says physical interaction with patients may never happen again

As COVID-19 cases increase, hospitals are considering postponing elective procedures. That means another financial shock for doctors not involved in emergency care.

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