March 30th To Be Officially Proclaimed Doctors Day In The City Of Antioch

Proclamation To Show Thanks and Gratitude to Physicians who serve the Antioch Community

The Commons at Dallas Ranch, Assisted Living initiated a Proclamation to declare March 30th as Doctors Day in the City of Antioch.

Doctors’ Day was established to honor and pay tribute to members of the medical profession everywhere and recognize their contributions and continuing dedication.

“We feel privileged to be involved in such a momentous occasion. Our staff and residents truly appreciate the tireless efforts of the physicians that serve us and the community at large. The time is past due for us to say a big special thank you,” says Dina Osakue, Community Relations Director for The Commons.

A Proclamation Ceremony will be held at the Antioch Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at 7:00 p.m., City Hall, Third & “H” Streets, Antioch, CA. The ceremony will be attended by representatives from the Antioch medical community, Alameda – Contra Costa County Medical Association, Sutter Delta Regional Medical Center, and Kaiser Permanente Hospital.

The Commons at Dallas Ranch Assisted Living Community is a community established by Premeira Care, an Oakdale, CA-based company. Dallas Ranch opened in Antioch in 2006, and continues to provide affordable luxury living and care for the senior community.

For more information contact Dina Osakue, Community Relations Director at 925.754.7772 or dosakue@commonsatdallasranch.com.


7 Comments to “March 30th To Be Officially Proclaimed Doctors Day In The City Of Antioch”

  1. dowhatsright says:

    What a wonderful idea to honor Doctors who serve Antioch. But Doctors alone do not serve the care needs of our youth, community members, retirees and those residents in care-giver facilities. There are nurses, nurse aides, ambulance, firemen, etc. who play very critical and important roles in giving service to facilities such as constant bedside care and emergency care. It seems that this honor should have been in the name of ALL caregivers!

    • Justsayin says:

      The comment you made makes no sense. There is a day set aside for many things. If you need some recognition, just ask for some. You sound stressed. Take a few days off.

  2. Anonymous says:

    What a wonderful idea! Although I do agree everyone should be recognized, at least someone IS being recognized and that is great that the commons is bringing attention and thanks to those who deserve it!

  3. Michele McCormick says:

    How about Doctor’s Day, Nurse’s Day (RN, LVN, PN, VN, Hospice, Physician’s Asst., etc) and a First Responder’s Day (Police men & women, Fire men & women and Emergency Medical Technicians/Paramedics) Oh, and let’s not forget the average citizen Joe/Jane First Responder. My apologies to anyone I may have left out. Maybe they should all have their own special day to be honored.

  4. karl says:

    great idea.
    i would like to thank our pediatrician Dr. Abbas Mahdavi, MD, he took care of my girls, delivered the youngest, for over 20 years.he was briefly at the council meeting last night.

    thanks again.

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