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Max, later Lord Rosenheim greeted Zollinger, with whom he had become acquainted while Rosenheim was a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, when Bert Dunphy and Robert Zollinger were surgeons at the Peter Bent Brigham, a hospital made famous by Cushing and Cutler, where Matron from 1917 to 1937 was Carrie Hall (Fig. 4)... Only then was he recognized by a prominent member of the Harvard Faculty... Not surprisingly, he failed to gain an internship there... She had taken General Patton by the scruff of his neck in Sicily and thrown him out of the U.S. Army's 93 Evacuation Hospital... Colonel Zollinger as CO was to stay alone with the patients to properly surrender and handover the patients to the enemy forces... Patton had been admitted to the 130 Station Hospital of the U.S. Seventh Army... Dr. Joseph Warren was the leading surgeon and physician in Boston and Major General under George Washington... Joseph's younger brother, John, founded Harvard Medical School in 1782... Thereafter his son, John Collins Warren co-founded the Massachusetts General Hospital in 1811... The Hirsch (h) indices of citation for the four 5 General Hospital general surgeons, Zollinger, Dunphy, Warren and Simeone, average 36, twice the de facto hurdle of 18 for a full professorship in a medical school... Each of the 1942 Musgrave Park surgeons were transformative figures of surgery... Judging by the high rate of citation of a quarter century after their deaths, their influence does not wane Zollinger was from 1958 to 1986 Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Surgery ; almost contemporaneously, Warren was Editor-in-Chief of the Archives of Surgery

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1942 letter stating that Major Robert Zollinger had been appointed to the British Medical Research Council War Wounds Committee. Photograph courtesy of the Robert M. Zollinger MD Collection, Spec.199301. Zollinger, Medical Heritage Center, Health Sciences Library, The Ohio State University.
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Figure 0002: 1942 letter stating that Major Robert Zollinger had been appointed to the British Medical Research Council War Wounds Committee. Photograph courtesy of the Robert M. Zollinger MD Collection, Spec.199301. Zollinger, Medical Heritage Center, Health Sciences Library, The Ohio State University.

Mentions: At the welcoming party for officers of the 5th, Major, later Sir Benjamin Rycroft6, 7 introduced me to Major Robert Zollinger (Fig. 2, Fig. 3) and Captain Bert Dunphy (Fig.3). Rycroft said that he rode Sir John Milne Barbour's horses with my mother, Nancy. Zollinger said he knew that Barbour was President of the Royal Victoria Hospital. Zollinger added that he had made a living with his pony and trap delivering and selling milk for half-pennies a pint8. At a dinner party at our house, Major Zollinger met my pony and vowed to look after him if I had to return to England. Max, later Lord Rosenheim7 greeted Zollinger, with whom he had become acquainted while Rosenheim was a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, when Bert Dunphy and Robert Zollinger were surgeons at the Peter Bent Brigham, a hospital made famous by Cushing and Cutler9, 10, 11, 12, where Matron2 from 1917 to 1937 was Carrie Hall (Fig. 4)13.


American Surgeons at Musgrave Park Hospital in World War II: Surgical Giants
1942 letter stating that Major Robert Zollinger had been appointed to the British Medical Research Council War Wounds Committee. Photograph courtesy of the Robert M. Zollinger MD Collection, Spec.199301. Zollinger, Medical Heritage Center, Health Sciences Library, The Ohio State University.
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Figure 0002: 1942 letter stating that Major Robert Zollinger had been appointed to the British Medical Research Council War Wounds Committee. Photograph courtesy of the Robert M. Zollinger MD Collection, Spec.199301. Zollinger, Medical Heritage Center, Health Sciences Library, The Ohio State University.
Mentions: At the welcoming party for officers of the 5th, Major, later Sir Benjamin Rycroft6, 7 introduced me to Major Robert Zollinger (Fig. 2, Fig. 3) and Captain Bert Dunphy (Fig.3). Rycroft said that he rode Sir John Milne Barbour's horses with my mother, Nancy. Zollinger said he knew that Barbour was President of the Royal Victoria Hospital. Zollinger added that he had made a living with his pony and trap delivering and selling milk for half-pennies a pint8. At a dinner party at our house, Major Zollinger met my pony and vowed to look after him if I had to return to England. Max, later Lord Rosenheim7 greeted Zollinger, with whom he had become acquainted while Rosenheim was a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, when Bert Dunphy and Robert Zollinger were surgeons at the Peter Bent Brigham, a hospital made famous by Cushing and Cutler9, 10, 11, 12, where Matron2 from 1917 to 1937 was Carrie Hall (Fig. 4)13.

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Max, later Lord Rosenheim greeted Zollinger, with whom he had become acquainted while Rosenheim was a physician at Massachusetts General Hospital, when Bert Dunphy and Robert Zollinger were surgeons at the Peter Bent Brigham, a hospital made famous by Cushing and Cutler, where Matron from 1917 to 1937 was Carrie Hall (Fig. 4)... Only then was he recognized by a prominent member of the Harvard Faculty... Not surprisingly, he failed to gain an internship there... She had taken General Patton by the scruff of his neck in Sicily and thrown him out of the U.S. Army's 93 Evacuation Hospital... Colonel Zollinger as CO was to stay alone with the patients to properly surrender and handover the patients to the enemy forces... Patton had been admitted to the 130 Station Hospital of the U.S. Seventh Army... Dr. Joseph Warren was the leading surgeon and physician in Boston and Major General under George Washington... Joseph's younger brother, John, founded Harvard Medical School in 1782... Thereafter his son, John Collins Warren co-founded the Massachusetts General Hospital in 1811... The Hirsch (h) indices of citation for the four 5 General Hospital general surgeons, Zollinger, Dunphy, Warren and Simeone, average 36, twice the de facto hurdle of 18 for a full professorship in a medical school... Each of the 1942 Musgrave Park surgeons were transformative figures of surgery... Judging by the high rate of citation of a quarter century after their deaths, their influence does not wane Zollinger was from 1958 to 1986 Editor-in-Chief of the American Journal of Surgery ; almost contemporaneously, Warren was Editor-in-Chief of the Archives of Surgery

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