With help of Segway, anesthesiologist battles through 18 years of MS
There isn't a doctor in Omaha who makes an entrance quite like Scott Hofmann. One moment, the hallway of the fourth floor at the VA Medical Center is clear. The next, Hofmann comes zooming along on a Segway, the stand-up battery-powered vehicle often associated with strolling security guards, and now associated with this anesthesiologist who zips from here to there.
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