Doctors on Call Returns October 4 on PBS North

For over three decades, the University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus has partnered with PBS North/WDSE-TV to produce the television series, Doctors on Call.

The show brings together a panel of physicians from the Medical School, Duluth Campus, and other area hospitals and clinics to discuss a variety of medical issues live, on-air and answer viewer questions. The calls are answered by a confidential team who relay the inquiries to the experts in the studio, giving viewers a chance to ask questions and hear the reply in the comfort of their own home.

The 37th season of Doctors on Call launches Thursday, October 4, 2018, on PBS North! The first episode examines Heart Problems and High Blood Pressure with host, Dr. Raymond Christensen, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and BioBehavioral Health from the Medical School, Duluth Campus.

Tune in Thursday nights at 7:00 pm for expert advice and call in during the show to 218.788.2844 or toll-free at 877.307.8762.

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