Reminiscence: Life of A Country Doctor

January 4, 2020 - Comment

Do you remember the 1970s when doctors made house calls, delivered babies, worked long hours, and listened to their patients? Remember when there were no cell phones, no computerized medical records, and the doctor was one of your best friends? I invite you to walk down memory lane and return to a simpler time when

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Do you remember the 1970s when doctors made house calls, delivered babies, worked long hours, and listened to their patients? Remember when there were no cell phones, no computerized medical records, and the doctor was one of your best friends? I invite you to walk down memory lane and return to a simpler time when life was about family, friends, church, and relationships. Doctor Matlock practiced medicine for forty-seven years, long enough to witness profound changes in medical practice, technology, and society. He was board certified in both Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine during his career, but the early years of his practice centered in family medicine in a small town and farm community in Indiana. Celebrate with him and his office staff as they rejoice over a newborn’s safe arrival. Experience the concern when a patient faces the crisis of a severe illness. Grieve as the ravages of cancer threatens family coherence. Join in living life to the full in small town USA.

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