In a city where the police and medical examiner departments do not operate in the same direction, and we, as a community, can sometimes feel like we are in the middle of the woods, I think it is important to share my thoughts, opinions, and experiences in the field of medicine.
I’m a practicing physician, and I am also an avid hunter. I have owned and hunted my fill for the last 30 years, and I am not afraid to admit that I still enjoy this hobby. I have done my duty as a physician, and I am not afraid to admit that it is time to give up my hunting and go back to medicine. I don’t see this as an either/or proposition.
To me, medicine is more than just helping people recover from the problems they face in life, it is a calling. I am also a physician, and I know that many people who practice medicine are called to do a job.
I am not saying I am an “expert” on hunting or medicine. I am a physician in the true sense of the word, and I am well aware of the differences between the two professions. I will admit that I do enjoy the challenge of hunting and tracking down wildlife, but I also like the challenge of being a part of a team and going through a training course. Being a doctor is a calling, but it is not a job.
Being a doctor is a calling, but it is not a job. If it is to be a job then the person who does it must be able to do so with the same skills, education, and experience as the doctor. The doctor has to be able to diagnose correctly even if he or she comes up with a wrong diagnosis, like a kidney infection or a stroke.
This is not always true. The doctor needs to be able to do the job effectively, even if they come up with a wrong diagnosis. Doctors who are not also good at tracking down or killing bad people are not good doctors.
I think everyone should have a doctor, but not all doctors are good at what they do.
The question is what kind of doctor is good at what they do, especially if they do not have a background in medical research, have a long history of being untrained, or have little background in the basics of medicine.
It sounds like milwaukee has a long, storied history of being underfunded and having lots of dead bodies. For example, when the city’s police department was being revamped in the early 1990’s, it was disbanded and all the bodies went in the vaults. While this is the worst case scenario for a doctor, in some places, the medical examiner is the only person who can officially rule an autopsy a “valid” or “unnecessary.
Most doctors are well-trained, but even they are still not equipped for the modern world of medicine. That’s why in Milwaukee, the medical examiner is one of the few people with enough training and experience that can make a proper diagnosis on such a large scale. This often leads to a lot of overkill on cases.