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—Mr. Joe Sweeney

"Those of us who are privileged to practice medicine would do well to become part of the solution to a problem that is escalating out of control."

—Michael P. McQuillen M.D., M.A. FAAN. Former Chairman, Department of Neurology The Medical College of Wisconsin &The University of Kentucky

“A masterpiece work detailing the multitude of factors that adversely affect physicians, physician health, and patient care.”

—Edward Benzel, MD. Chairman, Department of Neurosurgery, Cleveland Clinic

(The book’s) final message is that physicians can, indeed, positively modify the existing patient-care milieu and improve both patient and physician health.

—Edward C. Benzel, MD. Chairman Department of Neurosurgery, Cleveland Clinic

“This book is a call to arms. The issues described here can no longer be denied or ignored.”

—Stephen Sergay MB BCh. Past President of the American academy of Neurology

“Dr. Khatri gives voice to those who are engaged daily in the front lines of healthcare—physicians and their patients.”

—Ron Cohen, MD. President and CEO, Acorda Therapeutics, Inc.

“This passionate book is a wake-up call to all, that external forces are systematically destroying the patient-physician relationship.”

—James L. Bernat, MD. Professor of Neurology and Medicine, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.

“(Healthcare 911) provides practical guidance to keep physicians from losing their way in this fast-changing healthcare environment. "

—Mitchell Freedman M.D., FAAN. Adjunct Professor of Neurology UNC Chapel Hill

"Personal, gripping stories about physician burnout and demoralization while practicing medicine in a corporate era."

—Grace Budrys, PhD. Author of Unequal Health, Our Unsystematic Healthcare System, When Doctors Join Unions

"Dr. Khatri—a true neurologist's neurologist … follows in the footsteps of William Osler and Oliver Sacks."

—Mitchell Freedman, MD, FAAN. Adjunct Professor of Neurology UNC Chapel Hill

“Engaging, colloquial voice of an empathetic clinician who opens our eyes to the insidious force in the examining room”.

—Daniel Kantor, MD, FAAN Founding President of the Medical Partnership 4 MS, President Emeritus of the Florida Society of Neurology

Dr. Bhupendra Khatri

Healing the Soul: Unexpected Stories of Courage, Hope and the Power of Mind

Dr. Bhupendra O. Khatri

Dr. Khatri is the Medical Director of the Center for Neurological Disorders, one of the largest MS Centers in the US.

Dr. Bhupendra Khatri

Healing the Soul: Unexpected Stories of Courage, Hope and the Power of Mind