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  • Writer's pictureJennifer N. Simpson

A Time For Doctors To Be Recognized and Appreciated

In the height of the COVID 19 pandemic, the world collaborated to celebrate physicians and healthcare workers by naming them Heroes. Many doctors like, Physicians Working Together Founder, Dr. Kimberly F. Jackson went beyond the front-lines to news headlines to help educate the public on safety protocols. Like most viral news headlines, the topic has died down. With or without the recognition, physicians are saving lives everyday.

See Dr. Kimberly Jackson discuss COVID-19 safety on WTVM ABC9 in Columbus, GA during the pandemic.

“New healthcare developments during the pandemic forced healthcare workers to learn a lot of information in a short period of time and we’re still learning. PWT members are working together as mentors to strengthen the present and future of healthcare. We’re dedicated to sharing our experiences to prepare and educate the next generation of outstanding physicians.” Dr. Kimberly F. Jackson

Dr. Kimberly F. Jackson has been instrumental in highlighting the annual recognition of Doctors Day and extending the celebration from one day to a week (March 25 -31). Dr. Jackson would like to remind doctors and patients nationwide that National Physicians Week is the perfect time to reflect on the tremendous impact that physicians have on the well-being of our society. Throughout the week, take the opportunity to show your support and appreciation for your physician or a fellow professional.

Here Are the Top Ten Ways To Celebrate National Physicians Week in 2023:

  1. Send a doctor red carnation and/or gift of your choice to show appreciation.

  2. Host a Zoom or virtual celebration.

  3. Doctors can take the day off (If the schedule permits)

  4. Record and post a video to show gratitude for your doctor and physicians nationwide.

  5. Encourage others and spread the word about National Physicians Week on and offline.

  6. Write or share an article about National Physicians Week.

  7. Offer product or service discounts to doctors.

  8. Host an office party to celebrate staff physicians.

  9. Plan a happy hour or networking event for physicians and the community.

  10. Send red carnations and or/greeting cards.

Encourage others and spread the word through social media. Share your celebratory content by using the following hashtags:

Stay updated on all things PWT by visiting and the Physicians Working Together main website.

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