It is time to get your hands on some Volnteering In A Hospital! By far, this is a book that is perfect for any hospital or medical practice. I was surprised at how much it is about medicine and medical practices, but I did not think it was going to be very entertaining for me at all. I actually found it kind of funny at first, and I liked that this book had funny moments to it that you will not see in many other books about medicine.
The story behind the book starts when a medical student goes to an inpatient hospital to do research. He accidentally leaves his hospital locker behind. When he goes back to his room, he finds an envelope that reads “Volnteers In A Hospital.” He opens the envelope and inside he finds a note that says “Volnteers In A Hospital” was written by Dr. Edward Lasky. Since Dr. Lasky wrote the note, he assumes that the nurse saw it before.
When the boy goes to the hospital to return his belongings, there is a surprise waiting for him in the form of another letter, which says “Volnteers In A Hospital” was written by Dr. Edward Lasky again. Now the boy goes back to the hospital to return his belongings. He finds that a patient has been taken to the hospital because of a heart attack. When the hospital staff finds out about this, they take the boy away from the patient. They also tell the hospital staff that the hospital locker was vandalized by a patient who was upset with the doctor. The hospital staff thinks that the boy might have had a motive for wanting to vandalize the locker, but he says that he wasn’t even aware that the locker even existed until he got a call from the hospital telling him that it was vandalized.