The White House Doctor

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The White House Doctor
The White House Doctor book cover.jpg
Book cover for Connie Mariano's The White House Doctor.
Author Connie Mariano
Country United States
Language English
Genre Autobiography
Publisher Thomas Dunne Books
Publication date
June 22, 2010
ISBN 0-312-53483-3

The White House Doctor: My Patients Were Presidents – A Memoir is a book authored by Connie Mariano, the first military woman in the history of the United States to be appointed as Physician to the President, the first female director of the medical unit of the White House, and the first Filipino-American to become a rear admiral in the US Navy. With a foreword from Bill Clinton, the autobiographical book takes a look at the personal lives of three American Presidents (George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and George W. Bush) and three American First Ladies (Barbara Bush, Hillary Clinton, and Laura Bush) she had taken care of while working as a White House physician.[1] It was described as a "fascinating look into what goes on behind closed doors at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue".[2]

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  1. ^ Her Patients Were Presidents, Filipino Reporter, Year XXXVIII, No. 19, National Edition, New York City, April 16–22, 2010, pages 1 and 6.
  2. ^ The White House Doctor: My Patients Were Presidents - A Memoir (Hardcover), Connie Mariano (Author), William J. Clinton (Foreword), amazon.com

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