Medical Colleges of the United States and of foreign countries 1918

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American Medical Association, 1918
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Page 12 - York, as their medical department, under the name of the College of Physicians and Surgeons in the City of New York.
Page 15 - ... 1877, and a class graduated each subsequent year. Became Medical Department of University of Tennessee in 1879. In 1909 it united with the Medical Department of the University of Nashville to form the joint Medical Department of the Universities of Nashville and Tennessee. This union was dissolved in 1911. The trustees of the University of Nashville by formal action of that board named the University of Tennessee College of Medicine as its legal successor. In 1911 it moved to Memphis, where it...
Page 5 - University of Buffalo, Medical Department— Buffalo North Carolina: University of North Carolina, School of Medicine '—Chapel Hill. Wake Forest College, School of Medicine1— Wake Forest North Dakota: University of North Dakota, School of Medicine'— University... Ohio: Western Reserve University School of Medicine...
Page 14 - Cincinnati in 1896. Under a similar agreement, March 2, 1909, the Miami Medical College also merged into the University, when the title of Ohio-Miami Medical College of the University of Cincinnati was taken.
Page 9 - ... 1905. In 1907, by union with the State College of Physicians and Surgeons, the complete course in medicine was offered. In 1908 the Indiana Medical College, which was formed in 1905 by the merger of the Medical College of Indiana (organized in 1878), the Central College of Physicians and Surgeons (organized in 1879), and the Fort Wayne College of Medicine (organized in 1879) merged into it. The first class was 'graduated in 1908- Coeducational since organization.
Page 12 - NY, and when it became the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Western District of New York in 1813 he was appointed as its president.
Page 6 - In 1865. Transferred to the Regents of University 1872. Became Integral part of University of California In 1902. In 1909, the University of Southern California College of Medicine merged as the Los Angeles Department. In 1912, consolidation of all departments of the school In San Francisco was resolved. Name changed November 18, 1949, from University of California Medical School.
Page 5 - University of Nebraska, College of Medicine— Omaha New Hampshire: Dartmouth Medical School '—Hanover New York: Albany Medical College, Albany Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons— New York City Cornell University Medical College— New York City Fordham University, School of Medicine...
Page 20 - To avoid fine, this hook should he returned on or hefore the date last stamped helow.

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