We enter into a hospital and our assumptions are blown away because we realize that people are people... Even doctors. They aren't nameless blobs that are cold and unfeeling. James G. McCully sheds light on some more humorous situations that we often don't get to see. His statement pretty much sums up the book itself, "If you think it is insensitive to laugh at doctors attending their patients and entertain ourselves with yarns of patients lying in their sickbed, you are reading the wrong book"
Good Times in the Hospital tells us all that we can't take life too seriously. Laughter is just as important as diet and exercise.