My Experience as a camp doctor – 30 years taking care of kids at Camp Tapawingo

By: David Sundwall, MD In 1988 I was asked by a colleague if I would be interested in volunteering to be a camp doctor at Camp Tapawingo, in the village of Sweden, Maine. At that time I was the Administrator of the Health Resource and Services Administration (HRSA), a very large agency in the U.S. … More My Experience as a camp doctor – 30 years taking care of kids at Camp Tapawingo

Study: Primary Care Doctors Increase Life Expectancy, But Does Anyone Care?

Contributor – Robert Pearl, M.D. Originally published on Forbes.com in April 2019 In a shocking development that could transform the medical profession, the International Journal of Health Services published the findings of a study titled, “Primary care, specialty care, and life chances.” Using multiple regression analysis, the researchers concluded that “primary care is by far the most … More Study: Primary Care Doctors Increase Life Expectancy, But Does Anyone Care?