Unfeeling Doctor Series

by Melissa Yuan-Innes, M.D.

Thank you for making 

The Most Unfeeling Doctor in the World

a bestseller!

Number One in regional Canadian memoirs

And #2 in Kindle’s medical memoirs


When I mention that I work in an emergency room, people usually say,
1. Are you a nurse? (No.)
2. Wow. That must be really hard. (Sometimes.)
3. What’s it like?

This is what it’s like to run the ER.

That teenager puking up two liters of vodka and his stomach lining at triage? Yup. Blood pouring out of a terrified pregnant woman? Call me. And, of course, the patient who no longer has a nosebleed screaming at me across the department, “You. Are. The Most. Unfeeling doctor. I have ever met!”

The thing is, though, mostly people come to the emerg because they’ve got a sore throat or potentially broken arm.  So this is a book about the lighter side of the ER.  Less Grey’s Anatomy, more Nurse Jackie, minus the drug addiction.

The thing is, though, mostly people come to the emerg because they’ve got a sore throat or potentially broken arm.  So this is a book about the lighter side of the ER.  Less Grey’s Anatomy, more Nurse Jackie, minus the drug addiction.

Let me peel back the curtain for you. It’s not an iron curtain. In the emerg, it’s most likely a crummy fabric curtain that too many other people have sneezed on.

Come on in.

Available for $2.99 from Smashwords & Kindle.

The Unfeeling Doctor, Unplugged: More True Tales From Med School and Beyond

I’m baaaaack.

This collection is called unplugged for a few reasons. Not only is “unplugged” a fun ’90s musical reference, but dictionary.com also defines it as “to remove an obstruction from.”

No, this is not a gross gastroenterology joke, although I can do those, too. You, the readers of my first Unfeeling Doctor book, have helped me remove an obstruction, namely, any of my lingering doubts about indie publishing. Thank you so much for (temporarily) driving The Most Unfeeling Doctor in the World into the top 0.15 percent of Kindle sales.

In this  tidal wave of all-new, all-original essays about life in the medical lane, you’ll encounter more clueless medical students (me),  more cheap doctors (me), and more doctors trying to hold the emergency room together for just one more shift (hey, that’s me again).

Join me?

Available on the Kindle and Kobo, iPad, Nook and all other popular devices.

Coming Soon

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