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Michigan Medicine pres.

150 Years of University Hospitals: How U-M Sparked a Revolution

Joel Howell, M.D., Ph.D.

A photo of the first U-M hospital with its 1876 addition A photo of the first U-M hospital with its 1876 addition
A photo of the first U-M hospital with its 1876 addition
In December 1869, the first patients entered the first university-owned hospital in America: A converted professor's house on North University Avenue in Ann Arbor.

In the 150 years since then, U-M's academic medical center has grown into one of the largest and most advanced in the world, focusing on providing advanced care, educating biomedical professionals and pursuing research to advance understanding and treatment of human health and disease.

Dr. Joel Howell, co-author of "Medicine at Michigan: A History of the University of Michigan Medical School at the Bicentennial", will speak on the evolution of U-M's own medical enterprise, and how it often set the pace for academic medicine nationwide.

The talk is part of the Grand Rounds series of the Department of Internal Medicine, but is open to all for in-person and online attendance. Watch online at https://primetime.bluejeans.com/a2m/live-event/bfgaveug

This talk represents the beginning of Michigan Medicine's year-long celebration of the 150th anniversary of U-M's academic medical center.
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