Cadiz Doctors
Rockcastle3

Carmel, IN

#1 Mar 13, 2013
Why is it that none of our kids become doctors after leaving Trigg Co High? Other than Dr. Godwin obviously.
money

Hopkinsville, KY

#2 Mar 13, 2013
Rockcastle3 wrote:
Why is it that none of our kids become doctors after leaving Trigg Co High? Other than Dr. Godwin obviously.
she s got a new practioner whose also from Trigg.
many students have gone on to different fields and careers and some of us just cant afford medical school you tried it to pay for it lately.
why do you single out one school in all of Kentucky to expect boo kew amount of doctors.
Im pretty sure many have done the phys therapy or nursing jobs and other jobs similar that you dont ever hear about ,,but not all the way to a dr. Takes years of studies and a lot of money.
what sorta work do you do?
hangin there

Hopkinsville, KY

#3 Mar 13, 2013
some will be !! just give us time!!
Im still in school so just remember it can take nearly eight yrs or even more to complete.
I have already done an internship :)
stopnthink

Hammond, IN

#4 Mar 14, 2013
You're out of touch with your community. Along with Shea, Mary Scott Roberts and David Oliphant are doctors, both did some of their internship with Dr. Anderson a few years back. Also, Callie Ginn is a nurse practitioner in Hopkinsville along with Amanda Edwards, and Natalie Bridges is a nurse anesthetist in Nashville. We're actually very blessed that our schools produce such intelligent and capable graduates!
Also

Oak Grove, KY

#5 Mar 14, 2013
Emily Champion is a vet.
Where

Oak Grove, KY

#6 Mar 14, 2013
Where is David a doctor at? Haven"t heard about him since high school.
Dontmatter

Carmel, IN

#7 Mar 15, 2013
Not here, none of them came back to their hometown cause they're nothing but stuck up people who turned there back on there community. Dr. Godwin is the only one with any descenty.
packed

Hopkinsville, KY

#8 Mar 17, 2013
yeah dr godwins good but shes so packed with ppl so can you all refer any more good drs please?
in the local area esp in cadiz?
my familys looking for a good doctor and difficult to decide where to go.? anyone? thanks in advance!:(
Wildcat

Benton, KY

#9 Mar 18, 2013
Several TCHS graduates have become doctors over the years. They just don't come back to Trigg County after they get out of medical school. The reason they leave has nothing to do with being "stuck up" or "turning their back on the community." It has mostly to do with economics. It costs a lot of money to go to medical school and when most of them graduate they owe so much that in order for them to pay it back they have to practice somewhere they can make more money than they can in Trigg County.
wc fever

Hopkinsville, KY

#10 Mar 18, 2013
Wildcat wrote:
Several TCHS graduates have become doctors over the years. They just don't come back to Trigg County after they get out of medical school. The reason they leave has nothing to do with being "stuck up" or "turning their back on the community." It has mostly to do with economics. It costs a lot of money to go to medical school and when most of them graduate they owe so much that in order for them to pay it back they have to practice somewhere they can make more money than they can in Trigg County.
omg!!!!!!!!! how you took the words rite out of my mouth!!
thank god a person with brains just kept it REAL.
100 % rite thank you for setting the record straight.
Student Debts the biggest deciding factor once the education ends the payback begins. Why cant ppl understand that. thanks WILDCAT not all students have family help or a golden spoon in their mouth! takes yrs to pay it back to get a start in life.
Wildcat

Madisonville, KY

#11 Mar 18, 2013
WC fever:

We are fast reaching the point (if we are not already there) where the education needed for a profession costs more than the profession will pay and still leave enough for the person to live a good middle class life. That is a symptom of an economic structure where too much of the total wealth is in the hands of too few people.

The irony of it is that support for that kind of neo-conservative economic policy is strongest among people in places that are hurt the worst by it, like Trigg County. That's because people here have been hoodwinked into voting against their own economic best interests, mainly by a bunch of damn preachers.
little of subject

United States

#12 May 11, 2013
Dr french in eddyville ky.( He's ok ) but I went to the er one night (I'm female btw) and I had this dr who cam in and started feeling on my thoart glands. Well anywyas when he did he like some how put his balls to rest on my leg and wiggled them on my knee like he was humping me. Maybe I should have grabbed the basters balls and squeezed them . nasty basterd. I'm sure someone else has had this dr too. Oidk his name but I'm not the only one for sure that this has happened to. Come forward someone.:-) no joke !
shame shame

United States

#14 May 11, 2013
Maybe you should get your fever checked sounds like you may need some medical help.. Maybe he can put his balls on your face... Maybe you can taste them while they up there hanging your face. Trigger bitch!

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