This is the story of how a young high school student, through a quirk of fate, begins walking down a path that leads him to become a rural family doctor in Montana. Having served a close-knit community for fifty years Dr. Robert Whiting recounts a story of a diphtheria outbreak, some interesting cancer outcomes, and several cases requiring difficult decision making. In this personal account, youall learn what the medical textbooks canat teach you: How changes in medicine have directly affected practitioners The bond a small-town doctor forges with his community Creative ways to dealing with ailments The effects of malpractice charges on the profession And much more! Youall also follow Dr. Whitingaa sportsman, musician, and a husbandaoutside the profession. Somehow, he manages all those roles as he successfully carries out his practice. Take a closer look into just how he did it, and learn how changes in medicine have affected practitioners in From the Bedside to the HMO: A Doctoras Journey.During my senior year, I had convinced Marlene to move down to Houston, and she got a job at Memorial Hospital. I was sure that she was the one with whom I wanted to share my life. As the ... Ever since we met in Yellowstone Park, a poem had been circulating around in the neurons of my brain, and on our second anniversary I finally got around to writing it down. Poetry is ... TO MY WIFE ON OUR SECOND ANNIVERSARY Let me tell you of the story That to me is very dear. Of myanbsp;...
|Title||:||From the Bedside to the HMO|
|Author||:||Dr. Robert Whiting|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2009-03-13|