Bert Hansen, Baruch College
Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 6:00pm
New York Academy of Medicine (New York, NY)
1216 Fifth Avenue, New York NY, 10029
This evening is an introduction to the architectural remains of medical care in the city. While many sites of New York’s medical history have been lost, especially interiors and equipment that we can no longer view except through images, New Yorkers are fortunate that our streets still present lively remnants of the past. History professor Bert Hansen will place numerous NYC sites into the main chapters of medical development for the last 200 years. The lecture invites everyone to wander the city with new eyes for medical heritage.