Stories, Stories, Stories. People, People, People. Families, Families, Families.
We get them all in Family Medicine. And health and disease. We are blessed.
We are also thankful-- thankful for the opportunity to witness and participate with our patients in decisions that enhance their human experience. And our human experience, too.
We're in this together. We care about each other.
Thanks to all our patients who share their stories. Thanks to our teachers who enabled us to learn the medical and behavioral science.
Thanks to our mirrors that show us who we are through our own eyes.
Thanks to God for joy, beauty and the mystery of life.