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Physicians--New Mexico.

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

C. Pardue Bunch oral history collection

Identifier: HHC 54
Abstract Oral history of a family practitioner, Dr. C. Pardue Bunch (1913-1985), who practiced for forty years in Artesia, New Mexico. Among the subjects covered are personal and professional backgrounds, practice in a rural community, personal interests in hypnosis and psychosomatic illnesses, the medical community of the Pecos Valley, and the New Mexico Medical Society.
Dates: 1984-1985

C. Pardue Bunch papers

Identifier: HHC 66
Abstract This collection consists of biographical and professional materials surveying the life and medical career of Dr. C. (Charles) Pardue Bunch. Correspondence, personal records, photographs, and writings cover the life and forty year medical practice of a rural doctor in a small town in New Mexico.
Dates: 1913-1985

Charles F. Fishback oral history collection

Identifier: HHC 130
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Charles F. Fishback (1907-1990) of Albuquerque, N.M., focuses on his 30 years' practice of pediatrics in that city. A Mayo-trained pediatrician, Dr. Fishback came to the Lovelace Clinic in 1941 and retired in 1972. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Fishback's personal and professional backgrounds; his summary and evaluation of the Albuquerque medical community of the 1940s and 1950s, especially its pediatricians; the main personalities and operation...
Dates: 1985 June 6

Evelyn J. Basile-Gay oral history collection

Identifier: HHC 105
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Evelyn J. Basile (1917-2009), a board certified pediatrician of Las Cruces, New Mexico, discusses her life and career as a New Mexico physician. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Basile's medical education and post-graduate training experiences; the Las Cruces medical community in the early 1950's; Memorial Hospital's general lack of a pediatric unit and her establishment of a nursery for premature infants; osteopathic and ancillary health...
Dates: 1989 November 24

Jack Curry Redman collection

Identifier: HHC 88
Abstract This collection documents the professional career and medical interests of Dr. Jack C. Redman (1924-1994). Included in this collection are news clippings, correspondences and photographs documenting Dr. Redman's medical interests in Vietnam, melanoma, cervical cancer and the National Kidney Foundation of New Mexico. Dr. Redman's published papers dating from the 1950s into the 1980s also are included. In addition to medical interests, Dr. Redman's political interests are documented and include a...
Dates: 1947-1994; PH 010.

Lloyd G. Foster oral history collection

Identifier: HHC 134
Scope and Contents This interview with Reserve (Catron County), New Mexico's Dr. Lloyd G. Foster (1908-1999), summarizes his nearly 50 years' medical practice in New Mexico. A "country doctor" in the traditional sense of the term, Dr. Foster has been the only physician in his Connecticut-size county for most of his half-century of practice. In addition to his personal and professional background, this interview surveys rural practice in an isolated setting, the special problems and rewards associated with it, and...
Dates: 1983 October 7

Melvin D. Bivens oral history collection

Identifier: HHC 107
Scope and Contents This interview summarizes the life and 30-year career at Albuquerque's Lovelace Clinic of Dr. Melvin D. Bivens (1918-1987). A board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist, Dr. Bivens came to Lovelace in 1953 and served as head of its OB/GYN department from 1957 until his retirement in 1983. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Bivens' personal and professional backgrounds; his appraisal of the operations of the Lovelace Clinic and Foundation and the major personalities involved...
Dates: 1986 May 1

Samuel R. Barol oral history collection

Identifier: HHC 103
Scope and Contents This interview surveys the life and career of Dr. Samuel R. Barol (1929- ), of Albuquerque, New Mexico. A specialist in internal medicine, Dr. Barol came to Albuquerque in 1975 to join the Lovelace Clinic. Among the subjects discussed in this interview are Dr. Barol's personal and professional background; his choice between specialty and family practice medicine; his perspectives on the Lovelace Clinic at the time of his arrival in 1975; the prominent individuals involved in Lovelace; its...
Dates: 1986 March 24, 1986 March 31

William L. Minear oral history collection

Identifier: HHC61
Abstract This collection documents the professional career and educational background of Albuquerque orthopedic surgeon Dr. William L. Minear (1910-1994). The material includes the draft and final transcript of the 1985 oral history interview with Dr. Jake Spidle and the audio cassettes from the interview.
Dates: 1985