Thanks to all the doctors who stop by here and if you have anything to celebrate, this might be the day to do it, or to collect a bunch of red carnations! Every year, March 30th is National Doctor's Day...yes they do have a day of their own! Say thanks to your physician today for his continued care for your health...it is red carnation day!
The American Medical Association (AMA) honors the more than 900,000 physicians in the U.S. on National Doctor's Day, March 30, for their commitment to the nation's health. On this day of tribute, Americans can express appreciation for physicians' continued commitment to providing exceptional medical care. The red carnation has become the symbol of Doctor's Day because it denotes the qualities of love, charity, sacrifice, bravery, and courage.
The Medical Quack: Celebrate National Doctors' Day
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