IF YOU COULD SAY ONE THING TO YOUR DOCTOR, WHAT WOULD IT BE?
National Doctors’ Day was first observed in Winder, Georgia, by the wife of a doctor to give others the opportunity to recognize and honor doctors who have impacted their lives. In 1958, the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate approved a resolution to commemorate National Doctors’ Day, which President George Bush then signed into law in 1990. The annual date of March 30th was selected as it is the anniversary of the first use of general anesthesia in surgery.
This is your opportunity to honor your doctor. Let’s acknowledge how much we appreciate them, their excellent healthcare, tireless work ethic, passion, enthusiasm, medical expertise, and their fantastic teamwork.
Join us in making a gift today to the Capital Medical Society Foundation to honor your doctor, medical physician or dentist, and include a note of appreciation to them at https://capmed.org/donate/ or mail your gift check, payable to: Capital Medical Society Foundation, 1204 Miccosukee Road, Tallahassee, FL, 32308. Include the name of your honoree and a sentence about why you are honoring them. Each honoree will receive a letter notifying them of your thoughtful gift in their honor and the tribute you share.
Gifts received by March 20, 2024 will ensure honorees receive their recognition letter before National Doctors’ Day.