The Care of Strangers: The Rise of America's Hospital System
A history of the American hospital system, from the time of Jefferson's administration when they were largely charitable institutions working for the poor, through to the 20th century when hospitals became centres of learning and the primary care site for most citizens.
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As hospitals are now an intrinsic part of health-care delivery, the information in Rosenberg's well-researched , carefully documented book may astonish readers. It traces the modern hospital from its ... Read full review