Psychiatrist on the Road: Encounters in Healing and Health Care
Forced into retirement by budget cuts after a thirty-nine year medical career, the author took up a series of temp assignments at clinics and hospitals around the country. Through a series of interconnected personal essays Psychiatrist on the Road recounts a journey of personal healing through his interactions with patients in dire need. Along the way Dr. Climo gives face to an underfunded public healthcare system and those it serves.
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