After reading James Scott’s article (The News, May 13) it also hit home with me.
As I never expected any special treatment when I entered the office of Dr. John Brighton, I was always treated with a more personable attitude than most offices a person goes into.
When a person feels comfortable with a doctor he or she usually gives information more freely, which in turn helps the diagnosis.
Over the years I’ve seen several doctors and by far John was a class act.
Now, a patient doesn’t need a friendly doctor they need a thorough doctor.
John, as well as Judy, his able receptionist, were most certainly both.