We Heard the Call: Our Doctors and Nurses in World War I: Base Hospital No 9
By Elizabeth Shepard on August 4, 2017
In 1916, the American Red Cross prepared for US possible involvement in the war by organizing base hospitals. The Red Cross identified several major medical centers or hospitals to organize these units. The...
We Heard the Call: American Ambulance Hospital
By Elizabeth Shepard on May 24, 2017
Several of our doctors and nurses served with the American Ambulance Hospital in Neuilly a suburb of Paris. Americans in France who wanted access to medical care by American trained doctors formed the...
We Heard the Call: Robert Schrock, MD Papers
By Elizabeth Shepard on April 7, 2017
The archives has received a small collection of World War I letters by Robert Schrock, MD who served with Base Hospital No 9. Dr. Schrock graduated from Cornell University Medical College in 1912. After...
World War I: We Heard the Call: American Red Cross
By Elizabeth Shepard on February 10, 2017
Two New York Hospital doctors and 45 alumni of the New York Hospital Training School for Nurses joined the American Red Cross. Some joined at the beginning of World War I in 1914. Here is an image of two...
We Heard the Call: Our Doctors and Nurses in World War I: 1300 York Avenue Lobby Exhibit
By Elizabeth Shepard on January 23, 2017
We Heard the Call: Our Doctors and Nurses in World War I exhibit celebrates the 100th anniversary of our doctors and nurses affiliated with The New York Hospital, Cornell University Medical College, and New...
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