The House of God: The Classic Novel of Life and Death in an American Hospital

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They've come from the top of their med school class to begin the most harrowing year of their lives. Six eager interns, fashioning themselves as saviors in the world of the healing arts, are about to serve a year in the time-honored tradition of the hospital internship. Their year will be grueling--no sleep, stress, and insanity, tempered with love, humor and priceless rewards. Reprint.

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lablubber

Jul 19, 2014

Loved this story about hospitals

I work in a small, rural hospital. I learned about this book while reading another medical book and had to get it. I loved it - could really relate to all the people and circumstances. I found the people I work with every day in this novel. And now I know the origin of gomers!

tomad51

Nov 3, 2011

A nice historical piece on hospital interns

This is a classic work on interns and their challenges and foibles alone and with patients and each other. It gives a human face to hospital medical preparation of MD's.

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