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INNER JOINS: how to create??

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Hello everyone,

Here is the scanario:


fields: (pk)TaxID, PhysicianName

T_ServiceCodes (I have 3 of these tables)
fields: (pk)Servicecode, ServiceName, Price


Associate each TaxID to each ServiceCode, mind you, each Physician have their own Service codes that they bill.

Should I build a Query with a Criteria to find it in 1 Table or Build Separate lookup ServiceCodes table to reference each TaxID in T_Physicians table?

Enclosed is the SQL code of my QUERY;

What i'm trying to accomplish is this: say for example the Physician TaxID is equal to Sibley Hospital, I would like a means to automatically reference the SibleyCPT table inorder to choose my Sibley service codes and prices each time the specified TaxID is selected.

SELECT T_Service.ServiceNumID, T_Service.TaxIDNum, T_Physicians.TaxID, T_Physicians.HospitalName, T_Service.SibleyNum, T_SibleyCpt.CPTcode, T_SibleyCpt.Charge, T_Service.ECCcptNum, T_ECCcpt.CPTcode, T_ECCcpt.Charge
FROM T_SibleyCpt INNER JOIN (T_Physicians INNER JOIN (T_ECCcpt INNER JOIN T_Service ON T_ECCcpt.ECCcptNum = T_Service.ECCcptNum) ON T_Physicians.TaxIDNum = T_Service.TaxIDNum) ON T_SibleyCpt.SibleyNum = T_Service.SibleyNum;

Please Help
thank you in advance
Oct 2 '08 #1
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