Capital Medical Center celebrated a “belated” National Doctors’ Day this week with a succulent lunch!

National Doctors’ Day is recognized each March 30, but this year the date fell on Good Friday – a day recognized by those observing Lent as a day to abstain from consuming meat.

And with a delicious prime rib steak on the menu, it was agreed to move the official recognition to a later date in April.

Administrative team members honored its valued providers on Thursday, April 18 with lunch service of the steak, shrimp, roasted vegetables and more – including a decadent chocolate cake!

National Doctors’ Day – first celebrated in Winder, Ga., in 1933 – is a day celebrated to recognize the contributions of physicians to individual lives and communities.

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