Today the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the centerpiece of President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act requiring that most Americans get medical health insurance by 2014 or pay a financial penalty. Health care is always changing. Changing medical equipment technology changes the way we go to the doctor. The new healthcare legislation will undoubtedly change several things about doctor and hospital visits. But in a small town in Illinois, some things are remaining strangely the same, despite the new legislation.
In Rushville, Illinois Dr. Russell Dohner has been practicing medicine since 1955. The nurses, the medical furniture, and the price hasn't changed in 57 years. That's right. You can see Dr. Dohner for only $5 a visit. Dr. Dohner keeps his patient records on index cards and doesn't take appointments. His office operates on a first come- first served policy. After 5 decades Dr. Dohner still works 7 days a week and still makes house calls. He's delivered more babies than the population of Rushville. Some Rushville residents consider the doctor a hero. However in a recent article by Mike Bush of KSDK St. Louis, Dr. Dohner says, "I guess I don't know what I'd be doing if I wasn't doctoring."
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