The Arkansas Country Doctor Museum preserves and celebrates the history of health care in rural America and of the people who served their fellow man by providing that health care. The museum was founded in 1994 by Dr. Harold Boyer, the son of Dr. Herbert Boyer, to honor his father and other Arkansas country doctors for their heroism, selfless service and unique contributions to the people and history of Arkansas. Housed in a building which served as the home of three doctors and as primary clinic for the small town of Lincoln, Arkansas, from 1936 to 1973, the museum presents the life of a small town doctor and the history of medicine as it was practiced in the early 20th century. * The museum is open Wed-Sat 1:00-4:00. Feel free to email Corbin (firstname.lastname@example.org), if you need a swift reply outside of museum hours!
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