UAMS Medical School – to Cut 600 Total Jobs

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UAMS Medical School is going to layoff 250 employees and cut another 350 jobs. These cuts are so that this University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences can adhere to their budget. I always find it interesting how the current system relies on allopathic remedies.

As a mostly raw food Vegan, I have not been to a medical doctor since basically my late teens. Also, I have NOT paid for health insurance since 1998. The University of Arkansas board of trustees cut $30 million dollars from this brain washing paid for internment camp.

Also, obviously this University provides allopathic remedies.


“Like other academic medical centers around the country, UAMS has had financial challenges for many years but has always made up for any shortfall by using reserve funds. However, we are depleting our resources and cannot continue to do that and sustain UAMS into the future.”

Leslie Taylor Vice Chancellor

Another pattern I have noticed with these allopathic centers is money problems. This is ironic since most clinics, doctors, hospitals, etc. charge ridiculous fees. University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is actually this states’ largest employeer with 10,900 serfs.

That number will be reduced by 600 as of today. I am a bit suspicious with all these medical institutions when they claim they cannot afford to pay their workforce. The healthcare industry in America is already close to a 2 trillion dollar segment and is projected to reach 3 trillion dollars in the near future.

As of today actually these 600 individuals will be notified with their pink slips so to speak. These are mere layoffs to keep this University style medical center afloat I guess. Meanwhile, I continue to stay healthy without the need for allopathic remedies.

After all the United States government military lied about the National Affordable Health Care act which actually makes health insurance quite fucking expensive.

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