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Anderson Photo Company
Harry James Boswell
Calvin L Cooper
James J Lally
Jane F Flynn
Activities of the Kansas City Health Department in Relation to Social Hygiene
Article about the Kansas City Health Department and its dealings with venereal, or "social" diseases, especially syphilis and gonorrhea, including discussions about their treatment at the General Hospital...
File contains a pamplet or booklet (ca. 1968) on the Benjamin Burroughs Ralph Foundation for Medical Research at 529 Highland Avenue in Kansas City, chartered in 1954. Named for Dr. Benjamin Ralph, a pioneer...
Interior view of group of children, parents, and health care providers at the Children's Bureau Clinic, located at 601 YWCA Building according to the 1930 Kansas City city directory.
Clinic Serves Northeast's Hispanic Population
Photo and article about the Cabot Westside Clinic, a health clinic "serv[ing] primarily Hispanic residents from Northeast, the Westside, and Kansas City, Kansas with a full complement of medical and dental...
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...
Colored Child Welfare Stations in Kansas City
Article about Child Welfare Stations and Well Baby Clinics utilized in the growth of care for black babies in Kansas City.
Cover Story: Local Heroes
Photo and bio of Gary Baker, the "not-for-profit CEO" and fund-raising event organizer of "Crittenton, founded in 1896 as a home for unwed mothers," having "evolved into the second-largest treatment center...
Dr. John Myers
Obituary for Dr. John Myers, a physician and founder of the Myers Clinic, dying at the age of 87 in 1959.
Dr. Wilson Myers
Obituary for Dr. Wilson Alexander Myers, or Wilson Myers, a physician and operator of the Myers Clinic, dying in 1967.
Fiscal Realities Clash With Clinic's Mission
November 26, 2005
Article describes financial difficulties faced by the Samual U. Rodgers Health Center. The Center plays a particularly important role in serving new immigrants. Government aid and insurance funds are growing...
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 1, Page 09
Interior view of child health clinic.
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 1, Page 11
Interior view of clinic waiting room at 907 W. 23rd Street. Lady at desk is identified as Miss Helen Burke.
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 1, Page 12
Identified on photograph as clinic at 907 W. 23rd Street. One woman identified as Jewell Walters, V.N.A.
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 1, Page 15
Photo of interior of child clinic and of a small child with milk and cracker.
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 1, Page 16
Mothers and children waiting for the well baby clinic.
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 1, Page 56
Interior view of health clinic. Woman on the left is identified as Adeline McCliney, doctor as Dr. Th. Draney, next Lavina Bishop, V.N.A. and woman on right as Esther Ortiz.
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 1, Page 69
Interior view of health clinic at Guadalupe Center. Identified as Th[omas] Draney, M.D. on left examing child with mother, Lorena or Lorene Bishop, V.N.A., Teresa Vela, who is an interpretor, 1932.
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 06
Interior view of what appears to be a health clinic for children. Location not given, possibly in Guadalupe Center. Individuals not identified. Date given on picture as September, 1942.
Guadalupe Center Photograph Album 3, Page 07
Interior view of children's health clinic, probably taken at the Guadalupe Center. Individuals not identified. Dated September, 1942.
Health Care Act Changes Emerge
November 29, 2012
Article focuses on how passage of the Affordable Care Act has impacted the Kansas City Free Health Clinic. Administrators are interviewed and discuss how new healthcare and medicaid laws will affect the...
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