DR. JAMES TAYLOR JOINS OTHER PHYSICIAN CANDIDATES ON THE FUTURE OF HEALTHCARE
Dr. James Taylor, candidate for N.C.’s 6th District Congressional seat, invites healthcare providers and voters to attend a town hall meeting on the future of healthcare.
Southern Pines, N.C. – April 5, 2010 – Dr. James Taylor, Congressional Candidate in North Carolina’s 6th District congressional primary race, will join Dr. B.J. Lawson and Dr. Dan Eichenbaum, Congressional Candidates for the 4th and 11th Districts, respectively, at a third Town Hall Meeting on the Future of Healthcare, Thursday, April 8, from 6-8 p.m. at the Summit Room, Marriott Greensboro Downtown, 408 N. Greene Street, Greensboro. Physicians for Reform, a nonprofit organization founded by Dr. C.L. Gray and “the leading advocacy group for keeping healthcare decisions between patients and their doctors,” is hosting the event, which is free and open to the public.
In a previous release, Gray, President of Physicians for Reform, stated that these doctors are in the best position to analyze what the recently passed healthcare legislation means for Americans and “what still must be done to improve the nation’s healthcare.”
“It is vital that healthcare providers and concerned citizens attend these forums to understand the devastating impact this legislation will have on our profession, the doctor/patient relationship, and future cost and quality of care,” Taylor said. “Now more than ever, Americans need more physicians in Congress at the table fighting to protect patient interests. Our focus in these town hall meetings is not only to explain the future of our healthcare system under this legislation, but also to show that by working together, we physicians, patients and the business community, using true free-market principles, can restore the practice of medicine to its patient-focused roots and protect the sacred doctor/patient relationship. I want to encourage everyone, healthcare providers and citizens alike, to attend this meeting and ask questions.”
Taylor, a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, has practiced anesthesiology since 1999. He is a small business owner with corporate activities in Moore, Richmond and Scotland counties, employing physicians and mid-level health-care providers. For more information, please visit www.jamestaylorforcongress.com.
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