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A Physician's Perspective

 

Richard R. Wilson, MD

 

 

Tuesday, July 18


6 p.m. - Pizza Buffet and Social               6:30 p.m. - Program
 
Brooklyn Park City Council Chambers

5200 85th Avenue N

 

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richard r. wilson mdThe purpose of the July 18th program is to discuss a single payer health care plan for the USA, an approach that continues to be the choice of most industrialized and economically developed countries. The goal of single payer health plans is to provide affordable, accessible, equitable and high-quality universal health care.

 

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     Dr. Wilson looks forward to learning from and with you.

 

Rich Wilson is a physician who has been in private group medical practice and has developed medical therapies, including pharmaceuticals and medical devices. He is also an author, inventor, teacher and active listener.

 

 

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