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Hospital is a warts-and-all exploration of the stuggles suffered, and triumphs acheived, by America's health-care professionals. Granted an unprecedented level of access to the inner workings of a contemporary hospital, bestselling author Julie Salamon follows a year in the life of Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, which serves a diverse, increasingly multicultural demographic. Unraveling the financial, ethical, technological, sociological, and cultural challenges encountered every day, Salamon tracks the individuals who make this complex hospital run--from docotrs, patients, and administrators to nurses, ambulance drivers, cooks, and cleaners. Drawing on her skills as an award-winning interviewer, observer, and social critic, Salamon reveals the dynamic universe of small and large concerns and personalities that, taken together, determine the nature of care in America.
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