When Dr. Frederick Douglas Burroughs opened his practice in Southeast Raleigh in the 1960s, he was the city’s first African-American physician to devote his practice solely to pediatrics. In his autobiography, “Sharing My Journey to a Career in Medicine in a Transitioning South,” Burroughs reminds readers that anything is possible, despite the challenges along the path.
When Dr. Frederick Douglas Burroughs opened his practice in Southeast Raleigh in the 1960s, he was the city’s first African-American physician to devote his practice solely to pediatrics. In his autobiography, “Sharing My Journey to a Career in Medicine in a Transitioning South,” Burroughs reminds readers that anything is possible, despite the challenges along the path. Doug’s Memoirs
When Dr. Frederick Douglas Burroughs opened his practice in Southeast Raleigh in the 1960s, he was the city’s first African-American physician to devote his practice solely to pediatrics. In his autobiography, “Sharing My Journey to a Career in Medicine in a Transitioning South,” Burroughs reminds readers that anything is possible, despite the challenges along the path. Doug’s Memoirs