Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Is There A Doctor In The House?

Zest Publishing and Stony Ridge Studios announce the release of 
“Is There A Doctor In The House” by Dr. Glenn M. Cosh.

“Is There A Doctor In The House” offers a no gimmick, common sense approach to living a healthier, longer life through a traditional doctor-patient relationship and staying pro-active with your healthcare needs.

Navigating today's medical environment is akin to trudging through the Amazon; challenges lurk around every corner, and without an experienced guide, one wrong turn can lead to financial and physical hardship. "Is There a Doctor in the House?" is rich with anecdotes and common sense suggestions from Dr. Glenn Cosh, a veteran family physician with over 45 years experience. Dr. Cosh offers insights into how medicine has evolved from the traditional doctor-patient relationship to a hi-tech/hi-cost system controlled by corporations and excessive government red tape, and proposes solutions to right the "sinking ship" that is healthcare in America today. His common sense advice includes how to choose a personal physician, how best to deal with common pains and fears, an easy, non-technical explanation of how our bodies function, and eight handy guidelines that can assist you in maintaining a balanced and healthy lifestyle. 

About the Author:
Dr. Cosh is a board-certified family physician, a Fellow in the American Academy of Family Physicians, a Senior Aviation Medical Examiner (Ret.), and Past President of the Colorado Academy of Family Physicians, with over four decades of family practice experience. In addition to his busy private practice, Dr. Cosh served the poor and medically indigent. Through his efforts, medical clinics were established at the Samaritan House, Jefferson Action Center, Manna Ministries, and Doctors Care. He is the founder of ClinicNet. He was recognized as one of the Super Hero’s of Colorado Family Medicine, recipient of the 2005 Harold E. Williamson Award, the 2009 Alumni Service Award from Kansas City University of Medicine & Biosciences, and recognized by the Colorado State Senate in 2006. As an advocate of daily exercise, he has authored two books on cycling.

To contact Dr. Cosh or to schedule an interview please contact Randy Perkins at Stony Ridge Studios,  720.468.0910 or email

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