The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA

Letters

April 1, 2013

National Doctor's Day

In 1750, a wise man named Peter Shaw said the best physicians are those in whom patients have the greatest confidence. That is still true today as physicians partner with patients in the provision of quality care and in enhancing their health and wellness.

On the occasion of National Doctor's Day on March 30, we publicly recognize and thank all area physicians for their unparalleled skills and compassion in caring for their patients. Doctors choose the noble profession of medicine because of their desire to keep patients healthy, care for them when they are ill or injured, and ultimately impact their lives in a positive and personal way. Their expertise and compassion are evident every day in the service they provide to people in need.

In this climate of rapidly changing health reform, the dedication and commitment of our physicians remains constant. As our region's healthcare needs evolve, we are confident our team of doctors will continue to meet the needs of the people in our community.

Wherever you receive your medical care, please join with us in recognizing and saluting all area physicians for the tremendous work they do on behalf of the people of the Central Susquehanna region.

Maria Kobylinski, MD

Chair

Community Practice

Stephen Paolucci, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Geisinger-Bloomsburg Hospital

Kenneth Wood, DO

Chief Medical Officer

Geisinger Medical Center

Lissa Bryan-Smith

Chief Administrative Officer

Geisinger-Bloomsburg Hospital

Thomas Harlow

Chief Administrative Officer

GMC-Shamokin Campus

Thomas Sokola

Chief Administrative Officer

Geisinger Medical Center

Kenneth Holdren

Chief Administrative Officer

Geisinger Clinic

Thomas Graf, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Population Health & Longitudinal Care

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