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The Medical Staff at Saint Joseph Hospital was first organised in November of 1892. The first formal resident physician, Dr Russell, was elected in January of 1893.  At that time, the term "resident" was interpreted quite literally, since Dr Russell was required to live at the hospital.  The term "intern" did not come into use at the hospital or generally in medical education until several years later, in 1897.

By 1904, Saint Joseph Hospital was listed in the first edition of the American Medical Association's Council on Medical Education, the first AMA recognition of teaching hospitals.

This collection consists of the newsletters (Medical Staffletter), articles, program directors, and other materials pertaining to the Graduate Medical Education (GME) department, up to the year 2000.

 

 

 

 

 
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