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Doctors on Call is Back on Tuesday

Doctors on CallDoctors on Call, a local production of Smoky Hills PBS, will feature Kylee Pywell from Paradise Roots Pharmacy in Hill City and Dr. David Atkins from Graham County Hospital to focus on the topic of prescription drugs on Tuesday, March 24 at 7 PM.

Doctors on Call is a program that provides medical information on a variety of different topics. Medical professionals from throughout the state travel to Bunker Hill to provide information and answer questions from the viewing audience. The doctors selected each week have expertise in the topic chosen for that program. Questions can be called in during the show or emailed prior to the broadcast.

The program airs live on Smoky Hills PBS at 7 PM on Tuesdays. You can also stream each episode live on the Smoky Hills PBS YouTube channel at http://bit.ly/StreamSmokyHillsPBS.

A schedule of programs and past episodes are available at www.SmokyHillsPBS.org.

The next programs coming up:

  • March 31 – Eye Health – EyeSmile Vision and Dental of Hays
  • April 7 – Gastroenterology – Mowery Clinic of Salina
  • April 14 - Families / Mental Health – High Plains Mental Health of Osborne

To submit questions electronically on a specific topic, viewers can send an email to [email protected] Questions submitted through email must be received by Noon on the day of the show. During the program, viewers can call 1-800-337-4788.

(Information courtesy SHPBS.)

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