March 30th is National Doctor’s Day, a day to honor physicians. Since 1933, this day has been set aside to honor doctors. Placing flowers on the graves of physicians and sending greeting cards were the things people did in those days.
In 1958, National Doctor’s Day was declared a national holiday by Congress. By this time, red carnations were the official flower of the day, and doctors were given a red carnation to wear, in thanks for their service and contributions to the community.
Here’s an image you can use for your social media posts today, with our compliments:
We want to thank all our MANA doctors today!