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Retiring doc keeps passion for volunteering

Original post made on Jun 16, 2009

When Dr. Jeffrey Urman retired this spring from Kaiser after nearly 20 years, employees at the hospital said it wasn't hard to come up with the perfect gift for the primary care physician.

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Posted by Marti
a resident of Cuesta Park
on Jun 16, 2009 at 3:11 pm

Great for Dr. Urman and the other doctors who volenteer at RotaCare.. Volunteerism is a wonderful thing to do... Without RotaCare many people would really fall into the cracks of our medical system... Thanks Dr. Urman and other docs.


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Posted by Jim
a resident of Monta Loma
on Jun 16, 2009 at 4:29 pm

Not only was Dr. Urman a great example of volunteers - his time as a physician and his time as Co-medical Director - but as an example of someone that seeks out other employees who could be volunteering at RotaCare.
I had no idea that he was 65 and ready to retire, but since he is it is a great time for the RotaCare Clinic. He knows how valuable it is to give time to those that can't afford to pay for the care.


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