Bellevue

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Random House Publishing Group, Jun 15, 1976 - Fiction - 448 pages
2 Reviews
Making rounds with the doctors day and night, witnessing the medical triumphs and nightmares, Gold supplies a revealing account of hospital life. "Effectively demonstrates how patients become objects, victimized by an assembly-line system of care".--Library Journal.

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Review: Bellevue: A Documentary of a Large Metropolitan Hospital

User Review  - Kristin - Goodreads

While I've read many accounts of life in a hospital, what set this one apart was that each chapter was divided into smaller sections, with each section describing a day in the life of a professional ... Read full review

Review: Bellevue: A Documentary of a Large Metropolitan Hospital

User Review  - Colleen - Goodreads

while it was written in 1972 and , therefore, a bit outdated, it was still an interesting read. Gave you a feel of what life at a large city hospital would be like Read full review

Contents

Preface
9
History
11
Vital Statistics
13
Copyright

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About the author (1976)

Gold is a writer/producer of numerous feature film and television productions.

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