God’s Hotel

As riveting as a good novel, this doctor’s account of her 20 years at Laguna Honda Hospital is a cogent argument for personalized medicine.

god's hotelAs riveting as a good novel, this doctor’s account of her 20 years at Laguna Honda Hospital is a cogent argument for personalized medicine. No wonder Oliver Sacks calls it required reading.

From the book: ““One by one, carefully, Dr. Judd removed the bandages and dressings and placed them on the nearby table. Then I looked into Mr. Hickman’s open wound and saw that, exposed and vulnerable, nestled in the hollow that the surgeons had created, was Mr. Hickman’s beating heart.”

Originally Published in Reader's Digest

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