Cut Bank Fire Chief Greg Larson can attest to the benefits of having Dr. Newbrough as part of the team at the Northern Rockies Medical Center.
sustained second and third degree burns two years ago when working out in the oilfield.If not for the lucky coincidence that Dr. Newbrough was available that day, Larson
would have been flown to Salt Lake City for hel
"I tell people it was a bad thing that I got burnt, but it was a good thing that it happened on the day it did," Larson
revealed."I came in and he
knew exactly what to do and he
did it well.Larson
had burns on his
hands, neck, and face.Newbrough operated on Larson
, and outside of some scarring on his hands, one would never know the tragic situation that had befallen Larson
some two years ago.
did a great job," Larson
did everything right there and knew his
got me into physical therapy and I was back to work in three weeks."
"I don't think I could have gotten better service if I had gone to Salt Lake," Larson
Larson's tale reinforces the importance of doctors and the services they provide on a daily basis that many times go unnoticed.In a time when people are quicker to sue their practitioner instead of thanking them, it was refreshing to hear someone recount a story full of praise and respect.
"My hat is off to him because I owe him a bunch," Larson
"Not only did he
do a good job, but we was very likable and friendly as heck," Larson
added.While Newbrough would be pleased with the praise put forth by Larson, the doctor would undoubtedly accept the admiration with the utmost humility and good character.
is not the only tale of Newbrough's importance.
Along with Larson
, Erikson cannot imagine how people can complain about the doctors that help serve the Cut Bank