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Bernard Becker Medical Library, Washington University in St. Louis Corporate body

David P. Wohl, Jr., Memorial—Washington University Clinics

  • Corporate body
  • 1960-Present

Mrs. David P. Wohl and Chancellor Ethan A.H. Shepley laid the cornerstone for the David P. Wohl, Jr. Memorial Clinic, Washington University School of Medicine on November 2, 1960 (Creation). The Wohl Clinic dedication ceremony occurred in 1961 (Creation). In the 1978-1979 bulletin & 1995-1996 bulletin, the name of the clinic was still David P. Wohl, Jr., Memorial—Washington University Clinics. By 2000 the official name of the 10 story Wohl Clinics Building changed slightly with the addition of Outpatient to Washington University Outpatient Clinics. A shortened version is Wohl Clinic Building and Wohl Clinics.

In 2016, according to the Washington University School of Medicine bulletin, 2016-2017, the lower five floors of Wohl Clinic contained the Chromalloy American Kidney Dialysis Center, space for translational research and faculty & administrative offices. The upper five floors are devoted to research facilities for several departments of the School of Medicine. On March 30, 2020, Washington University Wohl Clinic is a group practice with 1 location at 4940 Childrens Pl.
Saint Louis, MO 63110. Currently, Washington University Wohl Clinic specializes in Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine, Neurologist, Psychology and Psychiatry with 7 physicians.

Department of Otolaryngology, Washington University School of Medicine

  • Corporate body
  • 1896-

The Department of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery at Washington University in St. Louis has a rich, 130-year history of leadership in our field that is built on the foundations of academic medicine: patient care, research, training and service. Our past leaders include luminaries in the field of otolaryngology, such as John Blasdel Shapleigh, MD; Greenfield Sluder, MD; Lee Wallace Dean, MD; Theodore Walsh, MD; Joseph Ogura, MD; John Fredrickson, MD; Richard A. Chole, MD, PhD; and, presently, Craig A. Buchman, MD, FACS. Even from our earliest days, prior to the inception of the McMillan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital (circa 1943), excellence has been an integral part of the department's fabric. A look at former faculty and program graduates reveals many of the true innovators in our field. While we remain humbled by our beginnings and past achievements, we choose not to rest on our laurels. Rather, we aspire to further our commitment to improving patients' lives by leading our field and its clinical application.
-- 2019-2020 Bulletin Overview: http://bulletin.wustl.edu/medicine/departments/otolaryngology/#text