As a group of physicians and health professionals, we’re concerned about the effect of the SARS-CoV-2 virus on our patients, our families, our state and our nation. We believe in the principle of do no harm and in preserving the freedom of both patient and practitioner to choose the best course of treatment. We support the principle of informed consent and the free exchange of medical research and clinical data between providers and patients and the population in general. We advocate early treatment protocols with safe and proven medications to keep patients healthy and out of hospitals. We all have the right to informed consent to choose the best and safest course of treatment — it’s one of the hallmarks of civilized medicine and anything to the contrary must be confronted and eradicated.

Americans have been lied to time and time again. There is a disturbing trend towards authoritianism, ad hominem attacks, hasty generalizations and equivocation. Sadly, we have also encountered propaganda including an appeal to fear, bandwagons, and repetition. Concerned Doctors will continue to resist those who push political and economic agendas at the expense of science and quality healthcare solutions.

Dr. Peter McCullough speaks in Huntsville, Alabama.
Dr. Jordan Vaughn discusses the origins of Concerned Doctors
Dr. Stewart Tankersley speaks in Montgomery, Alabama.
“To allow a patient to suffer when there is any possible treatment available is an unacceptable practice and the reason Concerned Doctors began.” David Calderwood, MD. 
Crowds gather for Concerned Doctors Covid Truth at Marriott Birmingham