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A doctor who sees the nurses' problem most clearly is in the best position to give her helpful feedback.
Monroe is a hospitalist, a doctor who specializes in hospital care.
Finding a doctor who will confess outright to being influenced by pharmaceutical company promotions is a thankless proposition.
Even fewer (7 percent) said it is very important to select a doctor of the same race, and only 5 percent said it was very important to have a doctor who is the same age.
says Scott Young, MD, 46, a former Salt Lake City family doctor who is the U.
``If your doctor can't treat you for cancer and can't refer you to another doctor who can, they have given away their fundamental duty to refer and they didn't tell their patients,'' Hiestand said.
This crushing workload made residency "a kind of tribal ritual," in the words of one doctor who trained in the 1950s.
The third was a family doctor who made house calls, a fatherly man whose care for his patients was evident in the worst of times.