GOTTLIEB MEMORIAL HOSPITAL: Contributions of Renowned Chicago Physician and Humanitarian George Cleveland Hall, MD
Gottlieb Memorial Hospital issued the following announcement on Feb. 16.
During African American History Month, Loyola Medicine would like to highlight the contributions of renowned Chicago physician and humanitarian George Cleveland Hall, MD.
Dr. Hall, among a number of other accolades, helped oversee the way healthcare was delivered to the tens of thousands of new African American migrants to the Chicago area in the early 1900's.
Additionally, Dr. Hall founded the Cook County Physicians’ Association of Chicago, an organization of premier African American doctors in the city.
Learn more about Dr. Hall's contributions to medicine and how he shaped the way healthcare is delivered in Chicago: http://ow.ly/2LTp30nHMH9
Original source can be found here.
Source: Gottlieb Memorial Hospital