Frank Guinta, Candidate for Congress, continued his Health Care Listening Tour this morning with a stop at Exeter Hospital to meet with hospital administrators, healthcare providers and members of Core Physicians.
Frank sat down to discuss several topics including access to and affordability of health care as well as New Hampshire’s health insurance marketplace. The focus of the listening tour continues to be finding solutions to the problems associated with our nation’s health care system.
Frank Guinta released the following statement:
"Even worse than the cold winter is the cold shoulder Obamacare is giving Granite Staters. We have seen ten hospitals excluded from Anthem’s exchange and 22,000 residents lose their health insurance. Health care costs in New Hampshire and across the country continue to increase, which necessarily decreases the amount of money in the pockets of middle class families already struggling in this economy. While we continue to pay more, our access to quality care is decreasing. I am committed to finding low cost solutions that will provide greater access to quality health care.”