Hospital by Marcia Rose

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"Poignant...Skilled writing and complex story lines."
Marica Rose has won legions of fans with her dazzling storytelling. The NEW YORK DAILY NEWS praised her bestseller ALL FOR THE LOVE OF DADDY for its "real people operating in a detail-rich milieu and time-frame that is woven like fine tapestry." Now, Marcia Rose brings her talents to a gripping, passionate, immensely satisfying novel of a big-city hospital, and the lives of the men and women who make it run.

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About Marcia Rose

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Rose worked for many years in a major metropolitan hospital in New York City.
Published May 12, 1992 by Ballantine Books. 421 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Rose mixes medical details, hospital gossip, power struggles and ethical dilemmas in a plot that never aims higher than commercial durability, but readers who like their exposure to medical issues tinged with melodrama will be entertained.

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Las Vegas Review Journal

Sunrise Children's Hospital has put up signs announcing a no-smoking policy anywhere on campus.

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Las Vegas Review Journal

Las Vegas police said the woman, described as in her early 20s, dropped off the 22-day-old baby at the emergency room of St. Rose Dominican Hospital, San Martin campus.

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