Jackson Health System is a medical center located in Louisville, Kentucky, that is run by the Jackson family.
The center has a reputation for offering high quality, cost-effective health care.
But in the past, this has often meant waiting months or years for a referral to get the right patient treated.
A new documentary, The Lad, is a look into the life of one of its patients, Jackson’s Dr. Eric Jones.
Jones, who is also the chief of cardiology at Louisville Children’s Hospital, is the only physician in the US to treat a child with COPD, a condition that affects about 2% of the population.
But Jones is one of many who can’t wait for someone to call, especially when the first case of COPD is suspected.
In fact, in the case of Jones’ daughter, it took almost four months before she was seen by a doctor.
Jones’ family moved to the US from Vietnam when she was a child.
He and his wife had to work in a restaurant before moving to Louisville in the late 1970s, and they worked there until they were able to retire in 2017.
Jones is a doctor by training and has had to deal with a wide variety of medical issues in his career.
But he’s also the kind of person who always wanted to help others.
“We just love helping people,” Jones said.
“When I was growing up, there was no way that we would ever be able to do this.”
After graduating from the University of Louisville in 1987, Jones was a licensed physician assistant, but his interest in medicine was more of a passion.
“I was interested in all aspects of medicine,” Jones told Healthline.
“That was really what I always wanted.
I’ve always been a big believer in what’s right and what’s wrong.”
Jones is not just interested in improving patients’ lives, he’s dedicated to the health of his patients.
He has also worked with the US Department of Veterans Affairs to help connect with veterans and help them manage their mental health issues.
He started his medical career as a radiologist, and since his graduation from medical school, Jones has focused on treating the symptoms of the disease.
Jones believes that the way we treat the disease is just as important as the symptoms themselves.
“It’s very important that we treat it, and I believe we should treat it with the greatest compassion,” Jones explained.
“If we didn’t treat it in a way that was compassionate, we would never see it.
“Because the people I see are so sick that they’ve been in this for a long time, and are so desperate to get treated, that’s really how I want to help them.” “
One of the things that I’m doing right now is seeing as much of the people who are having COPD [chronic obstructive pulmonary disease] as I can,” Jones continued.
“Because the people I see are so sick that they’ve been in this for a long time, and are so desperate to get treated, that’s really how I want to help them.”
Jones, like many medical professionals, has a family history of COPd.
When he was younger, his father had a serious case of it.
“He went to a hospital for a week and had two heart attacks,” Jones recalled.
“The doctor put him in a machine, and he couldn’t breathe on his own.
He continued: “It wasn’t until a few years later, when my daughter was getting her heart, that I realized that she had COPD.” “
So I was really lucky to have his heart, because he was in a coma for a few months.”
He continued: “It wasn’t until a few years later, when my daughter was getting her heart, that I realized that she had COPD.”
In an effort to understand the complicated lives of children with COPd, Jones began taking tests for the disease, and when he saw a family in need of a transplant, Jones immediately began looking into the matter.
“My goal was to see if they were really going to be able get their child out of a coma,” Jones recounted.
“And they were not.”
In the end, Jones and his team discovered that one of the children in need was not suffering from COPD at all, but an older sibling who had been diagnosed with the disease years earlier.
Jones says he never expected the situation to get so dire that a child would need to be treated.
“There are a lot of things that can go wrong with the heart, so we’re just so lucky to be getting our heart back,” Jones lamented.
The story of Dr. Jones began to unfold over time.
Jones first became aware of the issue in 2015, when he began seeing his son’s heart problems.
“As soon as I saw him, I was like, ‘This is just a horrible thing,'” Jones said of the situation.
“But I couldn’t believe that it was something that was really affecting my son.”
He went on to visit the boy in the hospital, and was so touched by the boy’s condition that he decided