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“An engaging study of bedside manner, 'Making Rounds' demonstrates the real value of medicine with a human touch. It examines the lost art of bedside diagnosis, and director Muffie Meyer shows just how vital listening is to the process." -Serena Donadoni, Village Voice

"'Making Rounds' follows the disappearing art and science of how to listen, examine, and diagnose patients for future generations of physicians and patients. The film explains that while all teaching hospitals 'make rounds,' it has become common for those discussions to happen outside of patients' rooms, without talking with or examining the patient. And it is during 'rounds' that young physicians learn their doctoring skills." - Kevin Mataraci, Utne Reader

"A delightfully engrossing look at a part of modern healthcare that may seem dated, but has not only helped save money, but more importantly lives, in equal measure."- Joshua Brunsting, Criterion Cast

"Two old-time doctors at Mount Sinai Heart are keeping the human touch alive, and not just for nostalgia’s sake. Muffie Meyer’s sweet-natured, important documentary, Making Rounds, follows the doctors as they lead residents from room to room in the Cardiac Care Unit at New York City’s Mount Sinai Hospital, diagnosing patients with a refreshing lack of reliance on technology. You’ll never look at your own doctor the same again."
- This Week in New York

“To those, like this writer, largely skeptical about doctors, hospitals and Western medicine in general, Making Rounds is a rare, reassuring presentation of what things could be like.” - David Noh, Film Journal International