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The Importance For Doctors To Give Back

Today, with all the attention placed on health care reform and insurance laws, it’s easy to lose sight of one important thing

Jan 12, 2016

Today, with all the attention placed on health care reform and insurance laws,
it’s easy to lose sight of one important thing – medical doctors swore an oath to help the public and keep them healthy.
To extend life and improve the quality of it for their patients. 
 
That’s often overlooked, but the reality is also that today’s medical doctors wouldn’t be able to
continue practicing medicine if not for the public as a whole. With that in mind, it becomes clear
that sometimes, doctors need to give back.
 
This can provide several different benefits and there are a few key reasons for doctors to give back to the public.
The chance to do good and help those who simply can’t afford to pay for certain procedures that would enhance their quality of life.
along with the sense of pride in knowing that you've made a difference in the lives of patients less
fortunate than others. A fulfillment of the Hippocratic oath in a way that can't be realized otherwise.
 
Add to those basic, personal rewards the fact that giving back by donating your time and skills
will help build your reputation and serve as a kind of marketing opportunity for your practice and
it becomes clear that giving back is important. Volunteering to provide medical services through
free clinics is a great way to do just that, and something that can quickly provide you with a
number of advantages.

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