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LETTER: Remember a doctor on National Doctors' Day

To the Editor: Each year, we designate a day to recognize the contributions doctors make to the health and well-being of our patients and communities. National Doctors' Day will be observed Friday, March 30, and it is an opportunity to appreciate...

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To the Editor:

Each year, we designate a day to recognize the contributions doctors make to the health and well-being of our patients and communities.

National Doctors' Day will be observed Friday, March 30, and it is an opportunity to appreciate how blessed we are to have exemplary physicians who have chosen to practice in and around Mitchell. Whether someone is seeing a physician for an annual checkup, or experiencing a health concern or emergency, it's a comfort knowing that the best quality of care is available close to home.

World-class physicians are choosing to practice in Mitchell. They are here because of the great community we have, and Mitchell is enriched by their presence and the ongoing expansion of health care options.

I invite you to join me in taking a moment to appreciate these physicians when you see them at the office, church, a sporting event or on the street. They have dedicated their lives to helping others, and the care they provide is a tremendous asset to our community.

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Tom Clark

Regional President and CEO

Avera Queen of Peace Hospital

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