22 results found for: subject:"People with disabilities--Medical care"

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1965

United Press International

Dr. John Untereker with a patient

New York (N.Y.) - Former medical director, Dr. John Untereker, treating a patient on an exam table.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1955

United Press Associations

Dr. Edward Gordon with an unidentified woman and nurse Ida Kling

New York (N.Y.) - Former medical director of ICD, Dr. Edward Gordon, with an unidentified woman, possibly a client, and nurse Ida Kling on the right.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1955

United Press Associations

Doctor and nurse examining young girl with cerebral palsy

New York (N.Y.) - Unidentified doctor and nurse examining young girl with cerebral palsy.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1969

Bartels, Elmer C.

Rehabilitation of the quadriplegic as an evolving system

Bedford (Mass.) - Bartels discusses taking a systems approach to address the issues of rehabilitation for quadriplegics. A systems approach involves analyzing objectives and elements that effect the goal, describing interactions between these elements, and allowing feedback at every level. The elements of quadriplegic rehabilitation include competent care for the individual suffering a spinal cord injury and advising t... more

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1984 Oct. 16

Bartels, Elmer C.

Letter from Elmer C. Bartels to David Mills

Boston (Mass.) - Informing Mills of Bartels' denial of insurance under the National Rehabilitation Association Group Insurance Program due to his quadriplegia. Including a handwritten response from Mills notifying Bartels that the Membership Commission is working with a broker to to find coverage for all members and reviewing the benefits program.

Elmer C. Bartels Papers

1961 Aug. 18

United Press International

New york health exposition

New York (N.Y.) - At the opening of the New York Health Exposition at the Coliseum on August 18, 1961, the Institute's medical director, Dr. John J. Untereker, and the Executive Vice President of the New York State Medical Society, Dr. Henry I. Fineburg, showed 3 1/2 year old institute patient, Sue Renken, how it used to be in the old days when the Bellevue Hospital ambulance had a horse out front.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1955

United Press International

Doctor measuring Mrs. Frances Marsala's leg on an exam table

New York (N.Y.) - Doctor measuring Mrs. Frances Marsala's leg on an exam table.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1955

United Press International

Doctor measuring Mrs. Frances Marsala's leg on an exam table

New York (N.Y.) - Doctor measuring Mrs. Frances Marsala's leg on an exam table.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1955

United Press International

Mrs. Frances Marsala seated in her wheelchair at a doctor's office

New York (N.Y.) - Mrs. Frances Marsala seated in her wheelchair at a doctor's office.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1955

United Press International

Mrs. Frances Marsala seated in her wheelchair at a doctor's office

New York (N.Y.) - Mrs. Frances Marsala seated in her wheelchair at a doctor's office.

International Center for the Disabled Records