A good Samaritan doctor is being punished by the state of Mississippi for helping those less fortunate than him.
With a 2007 Toyota Camry as his Dr.’s Office, 88-year-old Dr. Carrol Frazier Landrum, has been treating poor or disabled people who are unable to travel to seek medical attention for years.
Earlier this month the Mississippi State Board of Medical Licensure has issued an ultimatum to Dr. Landrum; stop practicing medicine and give up his license, or face a hearing.
Landrum provides an invaluable service to the homeless, to the poor, and to those who are unable to travel, and he cares not if his patients are able to pay his trivial $45 charge. However, according to Landrum, the state is not worried about these charitable endeavors, but are more concerned that Landrum is operating out of his car.