Dr. Watson Ducatel
As an Internal Medicine specialist Dr. Watson Ducatel has healed hundreds of people throughout his medical career. His medical abilities and attention to detail has been admired by many including his colleagues. He believes that the practice of medicine should be centered around acts of compassion, benevolence and empathy. In 2011 Dr Watson Ducatel was inducted into the one the America’s distinguished medical honor societies for his dedication and effort in practicing medicine with a humanistic approach. He has been certified in his medical specialty and has been appointed a fellow of the American College of Internists. In addition to his work in United States he has help people from several countries improve their health and heal their bodies.
Since the beginning of his medical career Dr. Watson Ducatel has used his experiences, medical and public health expertise to help guide people who have asked for his help. Community organizations, business organizations, professional organizations, neighbors and the public have used his medical advice to improve their lives. He has been appointed to serve on medical committees locally and nationally. In recognition of his willingness to share his knowledge to improve the lives of other people and advance the science and art of Osteopathic Internal Medicine Dr Watson Ducatel was appointed to serve on the Board of the American College of Osteopathic Internists. With this honor he has become a leader in American Medicine and an advisor to many for fellow doctors, medical students, community leaders and his patients.
Advocacy is a cornerstone in the practice of good medicine. Dr. Watson Ducatel has been an advocate for the practice of humanism in medicine since he began medical school. While in medical school he decided to improve his advocacy by obtaining additional education in public health. With an education in medicine and public health Dr Watson Ducatel has worked hard to end medical disparity, increase the public’s knowledge of the American medical system, improve the standards of practicing Internal Medicine and improve healing outcomes. He continues to serve as an advocate for people who need medical healing in his private medical practice and nationally. He is the chairman of the committee for minority health and cultural competency at the American College Of Osteopathic Internists. He speaks locally and nationally on issues pertaining to medicine, anthropology, public health, healthy policy.
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Medical & Cultural Anthropology