Tell A Friend
To: Name:
From: Name:
Children's Hospital Boston

Children's Hospital Boston


The Archives Program of Children's Hospital Boston



# of Pages:



Arcadia Publishing

On Sale Date:




# of Images:

200 Black and White

Read the Reviews


This product is currently being reprinted and is estimated to be available soon.
Notify Me When This Book Is Available

Click for other books located in "Massachusetts"

Book Description:

Children’s Hospital Boston is one of the oldest, most distinguished pediatric medical centers in the world. It grew from a modest beginning in 1869, in a single Boston brick house, to become a major pediatric affiliate of Harvard Medical School. For well over a century, this hospital has been a pioneer in providing healthcare for children, performing research in childhood and adult diseases, and training future leaders in medicine and surgery. Children’s Hospital Boston presents a visual tour of the history and development of this institution. Simultaneously, this book reflects the history of pediatrics in America.

Author Bio: Co-editors, affiliated with the Archives Program of Children’s Hospital Boston, are Jason T. Larson, archivist; Mark A. Rockoff, M.D., associate anesthesiologist-in-chief, chair of the archives committee, and professor of anaesthesia at Harvard Medical School; David R. Breakstone, medical writer; Patrick Bibbins, senior graphic designer; Michelle R. Davis, vice president of the department of public affairs and marketing; Patrick Taylor, J.D., associate general counsel; and Frederick H. Lovejoy Jr., M.D., associate physician-in-chief, book committee chair, and the William Berenberg Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.

Find Books By Title:

Find Books By Theme:

Find Books By State: