By steve dressler on December 28, 2014
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
Wow. Medical expose. Check, check, check
Mystery. Check, check
Philosophical debates forever.....check
Well written, engrossing--- an unfortunately, from multiple first hand experiences---an all- too-true expose of the current attitudes and practices used by the medical community in every state we've lived in. If you doubt any of it.......well, I don't know what to tell you. You live a very sheltered life.
At 2 AM my husband woke up and asked me what I was reading, and I replied, " I'm reading about my family and their experiences with modern medicine. I guess we were not alone." Incredibly, some of it is word for word. Fascinately, and depressing at the same time. This book needs to be read and passed around.
By BJ -Turk on December 14, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Very engaging and good flow. Siegel really captured the backdrop of hospitals and patient care. There are clever plot twists that keep you in suspense. The book is also informative about how to be a better advocate for your own medical care. The dialogue between doctors sounded like it really could happen and reinforces how much of medicine depends upon relationships both patient -doctor and doctor to doctor. Well done!!!
By Cindy Silverglat on December 14, 2014
EXCELLENT BOOK!!! Reads fast and could not put down!! A well written novel that puts a question in your mind as to whether this can and does happen in the hospitals and Drs offices around. A medical "who done it" written with humor, passion and empathy for the characters. Looking forward to a second book by this author! Every chapter a thriller!!
5.0 out of 5 stars great Naples, Florida beach read, December 21, 2014
This review is from: Exam Room Confidential: The Wellborne Files (Kindle Edition)
a great read, a mashup of humor, empathy, rage and disbelief at the possibility of the things that might really be happening in doctors' offices and hospitals!!! loved reading it on Naples beach, which I suspect is really close by the "real" location!! Well done, Dr. Siegel!!!