Mind Changer by James White

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It's where human and alien medicine meet: a massive hospital space station on the Galactic Rim, with 384 levels and a multispecies staff of thousands.

In the course of practicing deep-space medicine, that staff has seen more than its share of challenges--from plagues caused by cafeteria food, to cafeteria food that resembles alien species. But now they are facing a disquieting new development: the terrifying Chief Psychologist, Dr. O'Mara, has been promoted to head of the hospital.

Worse, he's been given the job on a temporary basis, for just as long as it takes to train his own replacement. After that, he is up for mandatory retirement. Nobody at Sector General can begin to imagine what they'll do without him--assuming they last long enough to find out.

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About James White

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James White lived in Northern Ireland. He was a popular writer of science fiction for over forty years. He died in 1999.
Published April 1, 2010 by Tor Books. 304 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Another of White's Sector General yarns (Final Diagnosis, 1997, etc.), about a colossal multi-species space hospital.

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The latest novel in White's long-running and justly popular Sector General series (Final Diagnosis, etc.)--about a far future, multispecies, interstellar hospital--features an unlikely protagonist. He

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