The most difficult hospital to practice

PRACTICING PUBLIC HEALTH


Charles Mosherw1. Surgeon of Fortune: After residency, he opened an office and hired a financial counselor. “Tell me when I have enough money to stop practicing,” he instructed the counselor. Until that day, he performed orthopedic surgery and lived in a small apartment. When the day arrived, he stopped practicing in the U.S. and joined the International Red Cross.
Since then, he’s operated in war zones and on trips like the one I went to in Honduras (see below). In a slide show, he illustrated ...

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