By ROB LARSON
Daily Press Staff Writer
When he was a kid, Dr. Joseph Marino, a podiatrist at Artesia General Hospital, couldn’t decide whether he should become a doctor or a firefighter. So he became both.
“I actually came to medicine a little later in life,” Marino said. “Before I became a podiatrist, I had a steel fabrication business in Spotsville, N.J., and then I was a firefighter for many years, too. I was in the EMS rescue division, a fire investigator, chief of the fire bureau and fire commissioner.” … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.