"I learned alot from those early years. I was young then, and I tried to work as an employee for larger corporations. Unfortunately, the interests of hospitals and patients do not always overlap. While I learned from each opportunity, I also learned how not to run a medical practice. It also taught me that the best way to ensure high quality medical care was to remove all the impediments, all the bureaucrats, from between the doctor and patient. I realized that for me to bring my model of hometown quality medical attention to the area, I would have to do it myself".