Health Care

The collections arranged below each deal with an aspect of the health care sector. Community and public health efforts as well as health practioners and administrators out reach work has been documented. In particular, investigations into the health conditions of minority groups and gender discrimination practices are examined. The health sector topics touched on in the collections presented are varied. A few examples of these topics include, drug addiction treatment, abortion, and health care research.

Mercy General Hospital circa 1960.

Photo of Mercy General Hospital circa 1960. Kellogg African American Health Care Project.


Drug Addiction

Methadone treatment for heroin addiction oral history project, 1970.


Nursing

Michigan leaders in community health nursing oral history project records, 1986-1997.


Michigan leaders in community health nursing oral history project sound recordings series.


Photo of a nurse aiding a patient into a chair.

Photo from a nursing handbook of how to aid
a patient into a chair. Nursing History Society
(University of Michigan) records, ca. 1940-
1989.

Nursing History Society (University of Michigan) records, ca. 1940-1989.


Patricia A. Irwin oral history interview.



Abortion

Maris Vinovskis sound recordings.


Photo of Mercy General Hospital Board of Directors.

Photo of Mercy General Hospital, Board of
Directors. Kellogg African American Health
Care Project.

English 325 (University of Michigan) papers, 1978.



Health Care Experiences

Kellogg African American Health Care Project records, 1997-2000.


Photo of seven residents at Meharry Medical College. Natalia Tanner in the top row is chief resident, 1948.

Photo of seven residents at Meharry
Medical College. Natalia Tanner in the
top row is chief resident, 1948. Kellogg
African American Health Care Project.

Women's activism against sex discrimination, the 1970 HEW investigation of the University of Michigan records, 2000-2002.



University of Michigan Medical School Faculty

Portrait of David Northcross, US Army Medical Corps circa 1940.

David Northcross, US Army
Medical Corps circa 1940.
Kellogg African American
Health Care Project.

Center for the History of Medicine (University of Michigan) oral history interviews, 2002-2007, 2011.