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All in a Day’s Work
Scenes and Stories from an Adirondack Medical Practice

Daniel Way, M.D.

With a Foreword by John Rugge, M.D.

Paper $24.95    |    978-0-8156-1010-6    |    2013

"All in a Day’s Work is a powerful, affecting work. It belongs on every Adirondack bookshelf and every nightstand, where it deserves to be picked up often and read again and again."—Edward Kanze, Adirondack Explorer

"[Daniel Way] has found an amazing and rewarding connection to his subjects. . . . They trust him, and he has the good grace to show these people as they are, as they really are. . . . Look closely, read carefully, and see if you agree with me: All in a Day’s Work deserves to become a classic."—From the Foreword by John Rugge, M.D.

  All in a Days Work

  Daniel Way, M.D., began taking pictures at the age of eleven and had already developed a passion for the art long before beginning his career in family medicine for the Hudson Headwaters Health Network, which serves the entire southeastern Adirondacks.

8 x 10, 144 pages, 109 illustrations

Published and distributed with the support of the Family Medicine Education Consortium.

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