In the United States, National Doctors’ Day has been celebrated on March 30 for 82 years, and this year is no different! We at USA Vein Clinics join every
American whose life has been touched by the care and compassion of a physician, to thank them for their dedication and commitment to healing.
Merriam Webster dictionary defines “doctor” as “a person who is skilled in the science of medicine: a person who is trained and licensed to treat sick and
injured people.” However, if you read the full definition you will also see, “a person who restores, repairs, or fine-tunes things”. That is the part of
the definition that we really like. You see, the physicians at USA Vein Clinics do precisely that- they repair the things that are causing
patients chronic pain in order to restore their quality of life.
At USA Vein Clinics, we hold our physicians in high esteem. Not only do they possess the highest caliber of training, including medical schools such as
Harvard and Stanford, but they also perform acts of healing every day.
Eudora Brown Almond, wife of Dr. Charles B. Almond, got it right 82 years ago when she created the first Doctors’ Day. In 1990, President George Bush
followed, making it a national day of recognition by signing a resolution that had been overwhelmingly approved by the U.S. House and Senate. These actions
created the opportunity for annual recognition, testimony if you will, to the powerful presence of physicians and the universally recognized truth that the
human race cannot live without them.
Every time we see a patient walk in with painful varicose veins and walk out without pain, we thank our doctors. Every time we see a patient return to the
lifestyle they love, ending years of being trapped by pain and discomfort, we thank our doctors. So on National Doctors’ Day we find it more than fitting
to say “Thank you!” to all the physicians for their compassion, their healing and their commitment to improving the health and well-being of each and every
one of their patients.