Knoxville’s Hospital Building and Promoting Board Established 1896

The following text is from Standard History of Knoxville, by William Rule (pages 547-549).  The book was published in 1900. Knoxville Hospital located at the corner of State and Cumberland streets and standing flush with each street was established several … Continue reading

Knoxville Hospitals 80-Year Retrospective in 1961

Hospital Was Luxury in ’80’s – First Had few Beds by Henry Evans Only a year or so before the first copies of the Knoxville News Sentinel were inked and sold, Knoxvillians had discovered a new luxury – the hospital. … Continue reading

TMC Alumni Banquet Held in Nashville (1901)

Alumni Banquet at the Tulane Annual Reunion of Students of University of Tennessee.  Choice Menu The Alumni Association of the Tennessee Medical College met yesterday morning, many members from a distance attending.  Dr. Perry Bromberg, class of ’94, was elected … Continue reading

Carnegie Report Derides Tennessee Medical Schools (1910)

Attack Made on Tennessee More Low-Grade Medical Schools than any State Carnegie Foundation Formulates Accusation Some Excuses Made for the Alleged Conditions, but the State Is Charged with Making the Worst use of the Means at Its Command New York, … Continue reading