National Doctor’s Day
National Doctor’s Day was created to show appreciation to your doctors. Doctors perform vital diagnosis, treatment and care for yourself and your family. When you are well, your doctor keeps you well. When you are sick, there is no other person more important to you than your doctor.
Origin of “National Doctor’s Day”:
Doctors’ Day observances date back to March 30, 1933. It was started by Eudora Brown Almond of Winder, Ga. The day marks the anniversary of the first use of general anesthesia in surgery. The first National Doctor’s Day was celebrated in 1991.
On March 30, 1958, the United States House of Representatives adopted a resolution commemorating Doctors’ Day. In 1990, the congress and the senate approved legislation establishing National Doctors Day. The resolution designating March 30 as National Doctors’ Day was signed by President George Bush.
Importance of Doctor Patient Relationship
As Medicare Beneficiaries your relationship with your doctor is very important. Keeping up with yearly check ups and preventive services can not only insure you longer life, but also your Doctor knowing more about your current health status, which improves your relationship and course of treatment. Thank your doctor today for all they do for you!
Don’t forget to get your regular check ups!
Don’t let the multitude of options and responsibilities involving your Medicare overwhelm you. Call our staff at Senior Financial Group to sit down with one of our knowledgeable Benefit Specialists. Let us help you avoid these common Medicare mistakes. Call us at 865-777-0153 or toll free 1-800-677-0153.