A Good Death with Samuel Harrington, MDApril 24, 2018
Photo by: Danielle Libine
Samuel Harrington, MD shares how you can improve your end of life.
Rabbi Rami talks to Samuel Harrington, MD about what a "good death" means to him and his book At Peace: Choosing a Good Death after a Long Life. An review of his book appears in the March/April 2018 issue of Spirituality & Health magazine.
Samuel Harrington, MD, a graduate of Harvard College and the University of Wisconsin Medical School, concentrated his practice at Sibley Memorial Hospital. His work as Sibley's patient safety officer representative to the Johns Hopkins Medicine Board of Trustees and his service on the board of a nonprofit hospice in Washington D.C. informed his passion for helping aged patients make appropriate end-of-life decisions. Dr. Harrington, currently retired, resides in Stonington, ME and Brooklyn, NY.