The Family Doctor

McKenna, Pat
September 1998
Airman;Sep98, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p42
Relates the experiences of the family practice doctor Melia Cox while under the joint residency program of Saint Louis, Missouri-based Saint Louis University and Belleville, Illinois-based Scott Air Force Base. Contentment in the practice of family medicine; Challenge in creating a balance between knowledge, wisdom, professionalism and self-assuredness; Lessons learned from the program.


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