Softcover in Good Condition
Herman J. Elkmoss was a fictitious physician in Swampville, Moss State, who died in a freakishly dreadful accident. His wife, while going through his effects, found numerous essays he had written. These stories cover many aspects of Hermanas career and take the reader through the experience of medical education, private practice, and life in general. In an era of escalating cynicism towards the practice of medicine, this book gives a refreshing insight into the rewarding and often humorous life of a practicing physician, husband, and father.