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Albert discusses changing patterns of physician office locations in Asheville from a land-use context. In 1948, a thriving medical district existed within the central business district of Asheville, but in 1991, just a handful of physicians remained in this area. This article is concerned with the temporal and spatial sequences of this shift, and the role of land use planning on evolving patterns of medical land use.