Eschews meaningless Internet obfuscation
As a practicing physician I don’t have time for social media and its accompanying advertising rationale; it’s a wasteland that replaces television. My patients and I go one-on-one, eye-to-eye, and eschew meaningless Internet obfuscation. Don’t we have better things to do with our physician/patient relationship than check online reviews?
Warren Kendall, MD
Grants Pass, Oregon
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