Medicine: Hospitals for Women Doctors

There are so few hospitals where a woman physician or surgeon can get an important post on the staff that the professional members of the New York Infirmary for Women & Children raised a vigorous clamor last spring when their institution seemed about to be dissolved. Last week they were cheering, for friends were raising them $3,000,000 to build a 21-story hospital. President of their board of trustees and chief of the money-gathering squadrons is Mrs. Frank Arthur Vanderlip, wife of the onetime (1909-19) president of the National City Bank, since last...

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