And finally, if you'd like to mix medicine and law, consider a book on medical ethics with the cases such as Classic Cases in Medical Ethics.
Kess recommends the following next steps:
The Gift of Pain by Paul Brand MD
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly by Jean -Domingue Bauby
Five days at Memorial by Sheri Fink
and last but not for the faint of heart
Johnny Got His gun by Dalton Trumbo
None of these books are "medical books". They discuss the concepts of service, prejudice, survival, and "living". Medicine is not just "science" but humans dealing with the human conditions that are not "black and white". If you choose to read them, ask yourself "what would I or could I do in this situation?.
One of the most interesting classes I took in law school was on bioethics - a law and medicine class focused on the challenges of medical ethics. Bad Blood about the Theranos saga is a compelling look at the importance of ethics and corporate governance in business including medical device companies.
The Age of Living Machines focuses on biology + engineering, and raises interesting ethical and legal questions.
Happy reading - so many great and interesting options!