Records, [ca. 1945-1985].

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Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center. Division of Ambulatory Care. Records, [ca. 1945-1985].

Records, [ca. 1945-1985].

Miscellaneous records from the Emergency Room, Headache Unit, Home Care, and Family Health Maintenance divisions. Also included are reports and memoranda concerning the development of the Health Insurance Plan of Greater New York and the Health Maintenance Organization of Montefiore; a history of the Montefiore Medical Group and its affiliates in out-patient care; reports concerning the Teamsters Union Medical Program; and reports from George Silver, head of the Department of Social Medicine, and Eliot Freidson, sociologist, concerning the application of clinical medicine to the surrounding community in the Bronx.

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Teamsters Union Medical Program.

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Records of the "on-site" or "walk-in" medical services offered by Montefiore. From the description of Records, [ca. 1945-1985]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155482219 ...

Freidson, Eliot, 1923-2005

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Eliot Freidson (pronounced "fried-son") was born in Boston on February 20, 1923 to Joseph and Grace Backer Freidson, both of whom immigrated from Russia as children. He attended the University of Maine for one year in 1941, transferring to the University of Chicago in 1942. He served in the U.S. Army from April 1943 to July 1946 in Europe as a translator of German and intelligence analyst. Freidson earned his PhD in sociology from the University of Chicago in 1952, teaching first at City College...

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