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1 First Patient Grant K. Hunsaker (1990)Anniversaries and Special Events; Hospital-Patient Relations; Patients; Hospitals, University; Universities; UtahGrant Hunsaker, ca 1990. As a 6-year old, Mr Hunsaker was the center of attention as the first patient admitted to the University Medical Center on July 10, 1965.
2 University of Utah School of Medicine 25th Anniversary Commencement Reception Invitation (1990)Anniversaries and Special Events; Students, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalUniversity of Utah School of Medicine 25th Anniversary Commencement Open House Invitation.
3 University of Utah School of Medicine 25th Anniversary Commencement Invitation (1990)Anniversaries and Special Events; Students, Medical; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalUniversity of Utah School of Medicine 25th Anniversary Commencement Invitation
4 University of Utah Hospital 25th Anniversary Invitation (1990)Anniversaries and Special Events; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalUniversity of Utah Hospital 25th Anniversary Invitation for faculty. 1990
5 Waldo, John F., M.D.
6 Gunn, Francis D., M.D. Ph.D.Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Pathology; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Gunn was born in Lexington, Kentucky in 1899 Dr Gunn received his Bachelors from Cornell University in 1921 and his M.D. in 1925 and Ph.D. in 1930 from Northwestern University. Dr Gunn was a National Research Fellow at the University of Buffalo and completed his Internship at the Buffalo General ...
7 Amos, Linda K., R.N. Ed.D.Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Nursing; Professional Role; Education, Nursing; Schools, Nursing; Universities; Utah; Academic Deans; Academic Vice PresidentsDr Amos was born in Findlay, Ohio in 1940. Dr Amos received both her B.S. (1962) and M.S. (1964) from Ohio State University. Dr Amos received her Ed.D. from Boston University in 1977. Dr Amos was Assistant Dean of Baccalaureate Affairs at Boston University College of Nursing from 1971-1974 and Dean ...
8 Price, Philip B., M.D.Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Surgery; Research; Universities; Utah; Department Chair; Academic DeansDr Price was born Kashing Chekiang China in 1897. Dr Price received his B.A at Davidson College in 1917. Dr Price attended the University of Virginia School of Medicine from 1917-1919, but obtained his M.D. in 1921 from Johns Hopkins University. Dr Price completed his Internship at Union Protestant...
9 Samuels, Leo T., Ph.D.Portraits; Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Biochemistry; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Samuels was born in Indianapolis, Indiana in 1899. Dr Samuels received his A.B from Emmanuel Missionary College in 1925 and his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Chicago in 1930. Dr Samuels was a biochemist for the Kellogg Foundation Cancer Research Center in Los Angeles from 1930-1931...
10 AirMed Helicopter (1978)Air Ambulances; Utah, Universities; Hospitals, UniversityAirMed was established on June 16, 1978, as the eighth air medical transport program in the nation. In its first year, AirMed consisted of just one helicopter which logged more than 500,000 miles of service.
11 AirMed Helicopter (1985)Air Ambulances; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Universities; UtahAirMed helicopter at the University Hospital helipad.
12 Caine, Thomas H., M.D. (1963)Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Cardiology; Internal Medicine; Universities; Utah; Academic DeansDr Caine received his B.S. and M.D. degrees from the University of Utah. He then received sub-specialty training in internal medicine and cardiology at the University of Wisconsin. In the past he has served as the founding Chief of the Division of General Internal Medicine, President of the Universi...
13 First Patient Grant Hunsaker (1965)Anniversaries and Special Events; Hospital-Patient Relations; Patients; Hospitals, University; Universities; UtahGrant Hunsaker, age 6, was the first admission to the University Medical Center, July 10, 1965. The center of attention opening day, Grant was presented with a plaque and a blue toy Tonka truck by the medical center staff.  Pictured also, are Dr Kenneth Castleton, Dean of the College of Medicine, G...
14 Faldmo, Lynda, R.N. J.D. (2015)Faculty, Nursing; Schools, Nursing; Professional Role; Hospitals, University; Universities; UtahLynda Faldmo, RN, JD - College of Nursing alumna, 1982; Burn Unit nurse; College of Law alumna, 1994; Former director of hospital risk management
15 Castle, C. Hilmon Castle, M.D. with and Faculty and Staff (1978)Schools, Medical; Faculty, Medical; Family Practice; Preventive Medicine; Universities; UtahDr. Hilmon Castle with faculty and staff Department of Family and Community Medicine.
16 Cornerstone Laying Ceremony for the University of Utah Medical Center (1962)Anniversaries and Special Events; Hospitals, University; Hospitals, Public; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalDr. Philip B Price had the honor of laying the cornerstone for the medical center, September, 1962. Dr. Price stated his vision for a medical center that "would not be palatial or fancy, but which would facilitate carrying on the highest grade of scientific work, which by the quality and reputation ...
17 Cornerstone Ceremonies for the University of Utah Medical Center (1962)Anniversaries and Special Events ; Models, Structural; Hospitals, University; Academic Medical Centers; Schools, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalDignitaries inspect medical center model during cornerstone ceremonies. From the left: Ray Olpin, President of the University, Royden G. Derrick, Board of Regents, Governor George D. Clyde, Leland B. Flint, Chair of the Fund Campaign, C.D. Carlyle Thompson, Director of the Utah State Board of Health...
18 Dedication Ceremony for the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library (1971)Anniversaries and Special Events; Libraries, Medical; Universities; Utah; Aspects, HistoricalDedication ceremonies for the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, October 4, 1971.
19 Dermatology Services Laser Procedures BrochureLaser Therapy; Public Service Announcements as Topic; Hospitals, University; Outpatient Clinics, Hospital; Universities; UtahInformational brochure for laser procedures offered by dermatology services.
20 Freston, James W., M.D. Ph.D. (2015)Faculty, Medical; Schools, Medical; Awards and Prizes; Universities; UtahJames Freston, MD, PhD, six-time winner of the University of Utah's Outstanding Professor Award. Dr Freston is an internationally recognized expert in the clinical pharmacology of gastrointestinal drugs and diseases.
21 Freston, James W., M.D. (1961)Students, Medical; Hospitals, University; Universities; UtahJames Freston MD (Class of '61) coordinated the move from the Salt Lake County General Hospital to the University of Utah Medical Center in 1965.
22 Adashi, Eli Y., M.D.Academic Medical Centers; Faculty, Medical; Professional Role; Education, Medical; Schools, Medical; Physicians; Obstetrics; Gynecology; Reproductive Medicine; Research; Universities; Utah; Department ChairsDr Adashi was born in Haifa, Israel in 1945. Dr Adashi received his M.D. from Tel Aviv Sackler School of Medicine in 1973 where he also completed his Internship. Dr Adashi did his Residency at the New England Medical Center at Tufts University from 1974-1977. Dr Adashi was a Fellow in Reproductive ...
23 1900s-era Scalpal KitSurgical Instruments; History of Medicine; Utah; Universities1900s Scalpal Kit - available to view at Eccles Health Sciences Library
24 Abebe the Calf (1976)Heart, Artificial; Animals, Laboratory; Animal Experimentation; Biomedical Research; Biomedical Engineering; Universities; UtahIn 1976, Abebe the Calf was kept  alive for 184 days with a Kolff artificial heart.
25 1940s-era Bone SawSurgical Instruments; History of Medicine; Utah; Universities1940s Bone Saw - available to view at Eccles Health Sciences Library
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