The other day I went to the doctor for my yearly physical. I found out that my doctor for the last ten years has been promoted. Currently, he is the new director, I believe, of the Health faciility. He is only working one day a week as a doctor and taking appointments. For my physical I was able to see his physician assistant. I had to make a choice when I went to check out who I wanted to see on my visit next year. I could shedule it on Tuesday and see my current doctor on his one day a week or see his assistant. Or I could pick one of the two new doctors. I understand how important it is to pick the very best doctor. This is the person who could provide you guidance on all of your health concerns. In the ideal situation it would be great to know some history about your doctor. Examples I can think of would be where he went to college, where he was from, what areas he specializes in, etc. I asked the receptionist what she knew about the two new doctors. She told me the only thing that she knew was that one was older and one was younger. I processed all of the information that she provided and said, " I'll go with the older doctor." That is a pretty sad way to pick a doctor. Welcome to health care in America.