Doctors with patient, 1999

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    Item 100429, Fleets and Facilities Department Imagebank Collection (Record Series 0207-01), Seattle Municipal Archives.

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    1. CountryClinic 51 months ago | reply

      thecountryclinicblog.com/blog/moving-us-tied-higher-cance.... I used this photo for my blog.

      Thank you for sharing your photos.
      Dr. Avery N. Martin, B.S., D.C

    2. cousinfrance 45 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm using this at my blog
      www.heartlandlivingonabudget.com

      I've attributed it to you and linked it back.

      Thanks.

    3. chiah. 40 months ago | reply

      Thank you for posting this photo, I'm using it on my blog with attribution: qubop.com/blog/

    4. lettawren 40 months ago | reply

      Thanks for using creative commons! I've used your photo to illustrate a post titled "Diagnosis: Female" on the sociological interpretation of new health research from Spain on the social science website TheSocietyPages.org. You can check it out here: thesocietypages.org/citings/2011/12/29/diagnosis-female/

      All the best!
      Letta Page

    5. ConqueringArthritis 20 months ago | reply

      Thank you for the great photo! I used it on my website: www.conqueringarthritis.com/articles/interview_doctor.htm

    6. chronicaction 18 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making the photo available! I'm using this image in an article about how the Affordable Care Act effects people with chronic illnesses. I'm still working on the piece, but it will be available soon at chronicaction.org/affordable-care-act

    7. randys_angel7 15 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing this picture. It will used on an educational nursing website.

    8. iridizenoa 6 months ago | reply

      Wonderful photo. Snagged it for our blog post on prioritizing Customer Health: blog.iridize.com/customer-health-prioritized/

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