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Clinic. A Practical Contribution to the Study of Obstetrics, and the
Diseases of Women and Children.
courtesy of Armand DeGregoris
GEORGE T. ELLIOT, M. D., Professor
of Obstetrics -.mil the Diseases of Women and Children in the Bellevue
Hospital Medical College ; Physician to Bellevue Hospital, and to the
New York Lying-in Asylum; Consulting Physician to the Nursery and
Child's Hospital; Consulting Surgeon to the State Woman's Hospital:
Corresponding Member of the Edinburgh Obstetrical Society and of the
Royal Academy of Havana; Fellow of the K. Y. Academy of Medicine; Member
of the County Medical Society, of the Pathological Society, etc., etc.
Obstetrician.—A. B., A. M., Columbia
Coll. 1845, M. D., N. Y. U., '49-—Res. Phys.N. Y. I,ying-in Asy., 1852
to 1854. Visit, and Cons. Phys. to same. Visit, and Cons. Phys. to
Nursery and Child's Hosp. N. Y. Attg. Phys. Demilt ^and Northern Disp.,
N. Y. Cons. Surg. N. Y. S. Woman's Hosp.—Prof. Anat. Vermont Med. Coll.
1855. Prof. Obt. and Dis. Women and Children. Bell Hosp. Med. Coll. N.
Y., 1861.—Visit. Phys. Bell. Hosp., 1854.—President
New York County Med. Soc. 1868.—Died in
New York City, Jan. 28, 1871, of apoplexy, at. 43.
(The personal edited research
notes of Michael Echols, the source of which may or
may not be completely documented)