Retirement Planning

February 23, 2021

Next year will be my 48th year in clinical practice, and my 40th year of using homœopathy as my main therapeutic tool   While I have not yet set a definite date, I plan to retire in that year, most likely in the spring.  I will make every effort to finalize the date at least 90 days in advance.

I will be saying more about this in future posts and mailings. I’m beginning the process of informing you quite early as I don’t have anyone to take over the practice, and we don’t have a surplus of physicians in Eastern Connecticut.

Those of you who are on conventional medications prescribed by me will especially need to make arrangements with another physician because I will not be able to schedule refills dated for after I retire.

In April 2020 I assumed the Presidency of the Homœopathic Pharmacopoeia Convention of the United States.  I have been on the Board of Directors of that organization for about 30 years.  These are very challenging times for homœopathy in many parts of the world, and the United States is no exception.  I am already spending a good amount of time on various projects connected to this work, and expect that to continue for several years.

I have stopped taking new patients so that I can focus on those of you that I have been seeing over the years.

The issue of transfer and copying of medical records is complex and I will send information on that at a later date.

The office will continue to be open for appointments on Tuesdays from 10 am to 5 pm, and Wednesdays from 9 am to 5 pm.