Monday, October 21, 2013

Day-In, Day-out Practice of Medicine


It’s the humdrum, day-in, day-out, everyday work that is the real satisfaction of medicine; the million and a half patients a man has seen on his daily visits over a forty-year period of weekdays and Sundays that make up his life.  I have never had a money practice; it would be impossible for me.   But the actual calling on people, at all times and under all conditions, the coming of grips with the intimate conditions of their lives, when they were being born, when they were dying, watching them die, watching them get well when they were ill, has always absorbed me.  – William Carlos Williams

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