I've run into several shows over the past few months where only part of the program survives. I've resisted posting them since they're incomplete, but I'll start putting up one now and then that's particularly unusual or rare.
I think the name of this series is "Doctors Then and Now", judging by the show opening. However, I haven't found any listings to confirm the title. The program was carried on NBC, probably in the late 1940s, and was sponsored by the American Medical Association. The series dramatizes "the story of 100 years of American medicine". This particular program tells the story of a country doctor, Dr. Albert Wagoner, and how becomes a trusted member of the community.
Unfortunately, only part one of the show survives on this unlabeled lacquer. The other side of the disc contains part of an episode of "Candy Matson" with an NBC Reference Disc label.
Goldin, by the way, lists a few episodes of a series called "Doctors Today" that may be related to this program.
Update, 7/5/2009 - Sharp-eyed reader Jim B found a New York Times article noting the original date of this broadcast as February 22, 1947. See the comments for more information about the series.