Sandhills Regional celebrate National Doctors’ Day

Healer. Detective. Adviser. Confidante. Comforter. These are among the many roles doctors fulfill each day as they care for patients and their families. Whether it is in a hospital, a clinic, or a long-term care facility, doctors work tirelessly to make sure patients get the care they need.

A Sandhills Regional Medical Center photo

A Sandhills Regional Medical Center photo

On March 30, healthcare organizations will celebrate National Doctors’ Day. First observed in Winder, Georgia in 1933, Doctors’ Day honors the contributions physicians make to communities across the country. We, at Sandhills Regional Medical Center are proud to honor the work of the nearly 50 primary care physicians, specialists and allied health professionals on our medical staff.

Caring for the sick and maintaining good health for those who are well requires teamwork of the highest level, and doctors are at the core of this relationship. We work closely with the physicians on our medical staff to deliver quality, personalized care to each patient. Having physicians who share this commitment and our mission to deliver high-quality care is important to us and we’re fortunate that

And so, as Sandhills Regional Medical Center celebrates Doctors’ Day, we recognize all the doctors in the community for their contributions, and we say a special thank you to the members of our medical staff

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