He should be Dr. Caring instead of Dr. Karing
I met YOUNG Dr. Karing in 1996. After my father died I moved my aging Mother to Texas so I could care for her. She had early dementia and eventually had to be moved into Assisted Care. That's when Dr. Karing entered our lives. My Mother would light up when he entered her room and when he left she would say "What a pretty man"! He would even stop by to check on her on his way home from his office and never charged us a call.
Compassion describes Dr. Karing and his ability to take time and never rush an appointment. If I had to name one person that I respect the most that I have met in my life, it would be Dr. Karing.
Hope retirement is a long time away for him!