Dr. Donald P. Condit, MD, MBA is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hand surgery in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After graduating with a BS in Preprofessional studies at the University of Notre Dame he attended the University of Michigan Medical School. At the Seidman School of Business of Grand Valley State University his emphasis of study was economics and the ethical allocation of scarce health care resources. With his family, he serves annually with Helping Hands Medical Missions in El Salvador. He also volunteers at Clinica Santa Maria and for Project Access, for the uninsured, in Kent County. He is the author of A Prescription for Health Care Reform and is a Clinical Professor of Surgery at Michigan State University.
|October 17, 2012||Politics, Social Justice and the Non-Negotiables|
|January 25, 2012||An Unconscionable Threat to Conscience|
|April 06, 2011||A Sugar Coating for the Bitter Pill of ObamaCare|
|January 05, 2011||Obamacare and the Threat to Human Dignity|
|March 23, 2010||Health Care Rights, and Wrongs|
|June 03, 2009||Patients’ Choice Act -- A Better Prescription|
|January 28, 2009||A Christian Prescription for Health-Care Reform|
|January 07, 2009||A Second Opinion on Employer Responsibility for Heath Care|
|June 25, 2008||‘If you are really sick, call 911’|
|January 09, 2008||What’s the Matter with Socialized Medicine?|
|August 29, 2007||What's Wacko about Sicko|
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