Dr. Patrick O’Connell, who runs Sentinel Primary Care in Raleigh, North Carolina, said he worked for about a decade in a local primary care network before beginning the transition to DPC.
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Catholic organizations and medical professionals won’t be forced to perform gender-transition surgeries or provide insurance coverage for them.
Religious medical groups including Franciscan Alliance, Christian Medical and Dental Society, and Specialty Physicians of Illinois fought to stop the requirement from taking effect.
O’Connell was raised in the Catholic Church, and he said his Catholic faith is integral to his medical career.
COMMENTARY: When we see both the patient and the doctor as equally worthy of dignity and respect, while understanding that the role of the doctor is to serve the patient, we then have a solid foundation from which to build an ethical, life-affirming and economically sustainable health care system.
When Dr. Saad Jazrawi moved to Oregon, he found the spiritual and practical encouragement he sought in the Portland Catholic Physicians Guild.
Professor Roberto Bernabei will be caring for the health of 84-year-old Pope Francis who suffers from sciatica and had part of one of his lungs removed in his youth.
Christian Chenay, France’s oldest doctor, is still providing medical assistance to a local community of missionaries, whom he has served as a doctor for 50-plus years.
The hospital is now a battlefield against the coronavirus pandemic, and the Register talked with four Catholics on the medical front lines in critical capacities.