HELENA, Mont. – Governor Greg Gianforte today issued a proclamation marking today as National Doctors’ Day in Montana.
The governor’s proclamation recognizes physicians across Montana who work to prevent illness and disease, treat and care for the sick, and save lives.
Read the proclamation below and here:
WHEREAS, physicians across Montana have heeded a special calling to prevent illness and disease, treat and care for the sick, and save lives;
WHEREAS, the ingenuity and dedication of the American medical community over the last year has left us better prepared to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, including physicians who have suspended retirement to serve others; and
WHEREAS, Montana doctors, in the face of the considerable challenges COVID-19 has brought, have demonstrated continued resilience and strength as they care for patients and vaccinate Montanans against the virus;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Greg Gianforte, Governor of the State of Montana do hereby proclaim March 30, 2021 to be
NATIONAL DOCTORS’ DAY
in Montana in honor and recognition of physicians who serve Montanans.