Dr. Reynolds’ Medical Office Golden Rule
- Posted on: Feb 18 2013
Some people call it The Golden Rule. Others call it the Ethic of Reciprocity. Still, others think of it as The Two-Way Street Rule.
Ever since Dr. Neal Reynolds started practicing medicine in the late 1970s, he’s followed one guiding principle from the get-go…
The Vein Clinic should always treat our patients and their families, as we’d like them to treat us.
This maxim has deep roots in a wide range of global cultures, dating back centuries, from Ancient Babylon in the Code of Hammurabi, Ancient China, Greece, India, and Rome. As a concept, the ethic of reciprocity” is a standard way that different cultures use to resolve their conflicts.
This concept’s framework has also spanned most religious, from Hinduism and Buddhism to Taoism, Christianity, and Judaism in the form of “Love your neighbor as yourself” (Leviticus 19:18).
So whatever you call it, The Golden Rule is The Vein Clinic’s Rule –– and it’s good for business, because we always have empathy for our patients.
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