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Mitch Maiman

Dr. Mitchell Maiman became a physician at age twenty-four and is now retired. As a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology and sub-specialist in Gynecologic Oncology, he has had a distinguished academic, clinical, and research career and has been recognized for his numerous educational contributions in the field and his devotion and commitment to the teaching of residents and fellows.

His lifelong experience in medicine has given him keen insight to portray the realistic issues plaguing young physicians in the highly flawed medical arena.

Mitch Lives in Manhasset, New York with his wife, Dr. Judy Levy. He is an avid tennis player and yoga enthusiast.

Published Works:

The Rainbow Diary

In the tender pages of The Rainbow Diary, embark on an extraordinary odyssey that transcends the boundaries of life and death. This poignant tale weaves a tapestry of love, loss, and redemption, resonating deeply with anyone who has felt the sharp ache of losing a loved one or grappled with the haunting anxiety of mortality.

Meet Kenneth Talbot, a man on the precipice of his final journey. Diagnosed with incurable pancreatic cancer, he confronts the fragility of his existence, and his story becomes a mirror reflecting the joys and regrets, the triumphs and heartaches that define us all.

Amidst the pain, Kenneth finds unexpected solace in the most unlikely places, as the novel delicately explores the complex nuances of life's final moments, offering a glimpse into the afterlife that is both imaginative and comforting. Through the protagonist's introspection, readers are invited to confront their own fears and anxieties, finding comfort in the shared human experience.

Self-published through Palmetto Publishing, 2024.

Every Third Night

An eye-opening poignant novel set in a busy, dehumanizing, and unyielding New York City residency program in 1984 that brings the reader into the real world of medicine at a time of limited supervision and brutal duty hours through the vantage points of young physicians enduring stressful conflicts and volatile relationships.

Self-published through Mindstir Media, 2022.

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