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Nettie Thompson Grove
'Joyous Freedom of Questioning the Status Quo'
January 14-20, 2005
Profile of Dr. Gregg Laiben, medical director of Primaris "the organization that works to improve health care quality in Missouri."
2002 Special Medical Edition
This issue of Ingram's includes the "Special Medical Edition" for 2002. "In this issue, the reader will get to meet not only the top executives from HCA, specifically Chairman and CEO Jack Bovender, Jr....
2003 Special Medical Edition: Kansas City's Top Doctors
September 1, 2003
The magazine contains Ingram's Special Medical Edition which includes a listing of top doctors, articles on health related topics, and lists which include the top area hospitals and medical centers, independent...
2004 Special Medical Edition, Kansas City's Top Doctors
October 1, 2004
Section of this issue which contains articles and information concerning local health care and doctors. The top doctors listed include: Mark Austenfeld, Dan Gurba, Marcus Neubauer, Rajesh Pahwa, Sarah...
Affluent Jackson Countian: Dr. David Waldo, Medic-Santa Fe Trader, Built Vast Empire Here
Photo (of Waldo Douglas Sloan, or Waldo Sloan, grandson of David Waldo) and biographical article about Dr. David Waldo (1802-1878), "physician, Santa Fe trader, and capitalist" of early Jackson County,...
African-Americans in Medicine: Thomas C. Unthank, M. D.--A Flood, a Dream, a Hospital
Biographical article about Dr. Thomas Unthank (1866-1932), a black physician "known as the 'father of Kansas City's Negro hospitals.'" Native of North Carolina coming to Kansas City in 1898 as the founder...
Area Scientists & Researchers Drive the Life Sciences Movement
Article about plans for "transforming Kansas City into a national center for biomedical sciences" and research in the biological sciences, with photos and descriptions of leaders of local institutions...
Bloody Bill, Noted Guerrilla of the Civil War: Anderson Was Picturesque Leader of Bushwhackers in War on the Border
Mention of Reverend Robert Thomas (owner) and Dr. Joshua Thorne (military surgeon) as among those involved in the collapse of "the large three-story brick building" serving as a Union military prison in...
Bureau of Investigation: The Cunningham "Tank Treatment"
Article about Dr. Orval Cunningham, a Kansas City doctor, and his invention of a compressed air tank to treat various medical disorders, such as diabetes, pernicious anemia, syphilis, and carcinoma, with...
By the Light of the Moon
Biographical description of Dr. John Strosnider, a "Red Bridge osteopath," inventor of a medical safety container, and businessman in medical supplies and Medicare recovery.
City Lights: The Play's the Thing
Photo and biographical article about Dr. Larry Vincent, a 26-year-old radiologic physician and playwright formerly "a medical student at the University of Kansas Medical Center." Author of a 1976 play...
City Window: . ..To Books So Beautiful They're Works of Art
Article about the rare books on medicine donated by the late Dr. Logan Clendening to the library of University of Kansas Medical School, making the Logan Clendening Library one of "the top five in the...
Histories of various health clinics in the Kansas City area, including the following: (1) the Afred Benjamin Dispensary starting in 1906, (2) the Richard Cabot Club starting in 1906 as the Saint Luke's...
County Medical Societies
Histories of county medical societies in the Kansas City area, including the Cass County Medical Society (1902-1953), the Clay County Medical Society (1854-1956), the Johnson County Medical Society in...
Doctor Jabez North Jackson, 1868-1935
Photo and obituary for Dr. Jabez Jackson (1868-1935), an internationally prominent physician and surgeon. He was born in Labadie, Missouri, and became a doctor in Kansas City, serving in the Spanish-American...
Dr. A. S. McCleary. ..Founder
Photo and biographical article about Dr. A. S. McCleary as the founder of the McCleary Memorial Hospital (later the McCleary-Thornton Hospital) in Kansas City in 1900, starting out as "the world's largest...
Dr. C. F. Wainwright
Photo and biographical article about Dr. Charles Wainwright, a physician born in Lewis County, Missouri in 1858 and becoming county coroner for Shelby County, Missouri before coming to Kansas City in 1890...
Dr. David Waldo--Physician, Soldier, Santa Fe Trader and Big Landholder
Photo (of Dr. Waldo) and biographical article (written by Waldo's grandson) about Dr. David Waldo (1802-1878), a "physician, soldier, wealthy landowner, and early day Santa Fe trader" of Independence,...
Dr. David Waldo First Lecture Topic
Article about the lecture by James Goodrich, "associate editor of the Missouri Historical Review," about Dr. David Waldo (1802-1878), "medical doctor and Santa Fe Trader [sic]" of early Independence, Missouri....
Dr. Dennis Madison Miller
October 8, 1932
Biography and photo of physician Dennis M. Miller, "Superintendent of Kansas City General Hospital Colored Division", born in Thomasville, Georgia September 30, 1884.
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