This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 Excerpt: ... to you, with all the force in me, for speed of action. Let us have Canada in the lead, which means that there shall be a series of ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 Excerpt: ... to you, with all the force in me, for speed of action. Let us have Canada in the lead, which means that there shall be a series of hospitals from the Pacific to the Atlantic in which every patient gets the best service always, which the profession can give. Let us have in Canada the first such series of hospitals across the continent. Alfred T. Bazln Gordon M. Byers W. W. Chipman Edmond M. Eberts John M. Elder CLINICAL CONGRESS OF AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS Tenth Annual Session, Montreal, October 11-15, IQ20 George E. Armstrong, President Albert J. Ochsner, Treasurer Franklin H. Martin, Secretary-General MONTREAL COMMITTEE ON ARRANGEMENTS George E. Armstrong, Chairman John R. Fraser, Secretary Frank R. England Alexander M. Forbes Alexander E. GArrow J. Alex Hutchison Herbert M. Little David W. Mackenzie Oscar F. Mercier Eugene St. Jacques Frederick J. Tees THE HOSPITALS OF MONTREAL By MAUDE E. ABBOTT, M.D.. Montreal THE early hospitals of Montreal played an important part in the building of Canada and in the origin of Canadian medicine, and the record of their pioneer struggles and achievements forms one of the most interesting and even thrilling chapters in the dramatic history of that country. The story of the Hotel Dieu de Ville-Marie, and of Jeanne Mance, its foundress, is one with the heroic history of the foundation of Montreal in 1642 by M. Chomedy de Maisonneuve, which was the outcome quite as much of religious devotion and missionary fervor, as of the spirit of commercial enterprise and adventure. The romance of French Canada clings also to the battlements and breathes in the records of the so-called Grey Nunnery, which is today a great foundling institution, but was erected as the first "General Hospital" of Montreal, by the Freres C...Read Less
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