Book: Insurrection at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

 

Insurrection at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue: As political unrest mounts and tensions simmer, countries across the globe begin plotting to take America down from within. Military might, information technology, and access to oil are the leverage by which the world powers gain their footholds. Although the United States has held on to their predominant rule, other countries are getting restless and beginning to make plans that will establish a new world order.

In Dr. Rob Tenery's timely and suspenseful thriller, Insurrection at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, important political figures start dropping like flies with no explanation for the cause of death. In the middle of the action sits the President himself, surrounded by a swarm of security and a staff that he no longer trusts. When a threat to national security ripples through the White House, the few left standing must make decisions that could tear apart the very fabric of American values.

 

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eBook & Book: Chasing the Ponytail

 

Chasing the Ponytail: Those of us who grew up in our small Texas town in the 1950s and 1960s, were witness to a very special time when our word was our bond, relationships were meant to last and being 'bad', at most, earned one a night in the local calaboose. In those days, Waxahachie, Texas was the center of my universe and, in many ways, still is.

My latest novel, Chasing the Ponytail, goes back to those treasured times when I first met and went steady with the girl with the long blonde ponytail and not one, but two, dimples. Unfortunately, she expected more out of me, losing her because I wasn't able to get my priorities straight. Realizing, that if I wanted to win back her heart, my selfish ways had to change. But first, there was a lot of growing up to do on my part!

Chasing the Ponytail, is now available at the CreateSpace eStore, Amazon.com, Kindle download, and the optical shop adjacent to my Medical City office in Dallas.

 

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eBook: In Search of Medicine’s Moral Compass

 
This book gives you the opportunity to step into the shoes of a dedicated third-generation physician and see the changing nature of  health and medical care through his eyes.  —Texas Medical Association

In Search of Medicine’s Moral Compass charts the delivery side of health care to its beginnings to the present. In an age where uncertainty rules the day, Rob Tenery, MD has given us an eBook that explains how health care has evolved into a $2.6 trillion enterprise. He does so with carefully researched histories and a series of challenging and thought-provoking commentaries on the most important issues of the day.

Dr. Mayos Boy is an extraordinary book. By telling a spellbinding story of three generations of physicians, Rob Tenery traces the evolution of health care in this country and shows how much medicine has gained—and lost—in the past hundred years. Highly recommended! — Dean Ornish MD Founder and President of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute University of California, San Francisco
 
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Book: Dr. Mayo's Boy

 
Dr. Mayos Boy is an extraordinary book. By telling a spellbinding story of three generations of physicians, Rob Tenery traces the evolution of health care in this country and shows how much medicine has gained—and lost—in the past hundred years. Highly recommended! — Dean Ornish MD Founder and President of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute University of California, San Francisco

Dr. Mayo's Boy: A Century of American Medicine chronicles the medical experiences of a family of Texas physicians in small town Waxahachie and big city Dallas. Full of stories that are often heartening in their humanity and sometimes disturbing in what they reveal about contemporary health care, Dr. Mayo's Boy explores how physicians have viewed their commitment to their patients, how they sacrificed to meet the challenges they face and how the practice of medicine has changed over almost sixty years. While this book is by no means a policy statement, it offers a nostalgic but clear-eyed look at the past and, through its tales of three doctors' lives, asks implicit questions about how we "manage" health care today. There must remain one constant—the need for a patient to know that their doctor cares about them as an individual.

 
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eBook & Book: Bedside Manners: A Compendium of Physician Relationships

 

Bedside Manners: A Compendium of Physician Relationships The 99 axioms described in Bedside Manners: A Compendium of Physician Relationships are reminders that the practice of medicine is not just about the science and the art, but physicians' deportment as well. Morality is reasonably constant. Whereas, etiquette is behavior determined by social norms that are similar but clearly not the same. Physicians are bound to act on what is morally good. How they follow the precepts of proper etiquette may vary depending on their ability to cope and connect--- their bedside manner. The exploding science, a doubting public that often assesses blame on poor outcomes, the competitive business environment and increasing regulatory interventions, all test physicians' dedication. Still remaining are time-tested precepts that serve as guideposts for physician interaction, not only with their patients and their peers, but also with all those that they develop a relationship.

 
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