Medicine in Maryland: The Practice and Profession, 1799-1999
Among the topics covered are the development of the Medical Hall in late eighteenth-century Harford County, the evolution of the teaching hospital that became the University of Maryland, and the origins of the scientific tradition established at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Medical School, and School of Public Health.
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