Notes from a doctor with a laptop, a house call bag and a fountain pen
I thought to myself about how often specialists are in a position where they can simply declare “Not my department”, but primary care docs are then more or less obligated to pick up the ball again and do something.
Two weeks later, Red was a new man.
I’m sleeping through the night, and no pain”, he grinned.
I still don’t know exactly what this was, but it’s gone.
A primary care physician by training, my passion is researching and writing about maintaining patient-directed choice in medical care, supporting independent physicians, promoting free-market healthcare solutions and seeking sustainable fiscal policy in healthcare.
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