Bradford Memorial Hospital for Babies

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Title

Bradford Memorial Hospital for Babies

Subject

Hospitals, Pediatric--history; Health Facility Merger

Description

The Bradford Memorial Hospital for Babies--which grew out of the Dallas “Baby Camp” that started on the Parkland Hospital grounds--opened in 1930 in a Mediterranean style building at the corner of Maple Avenue and Turtle Creek Blvd. In 1948, Children’s Medical Center of Dallas was formed as the operating company for Bradford Memorial, Freeman Clinic and Texas Children's Hospital, all of which later physically combined in 1967 on the new campus adjacent to Parkland Memorial Hospital and Southwestern Medical School.

Creator

Unknown

Date

Milestone date: 1930
Creation date: Circa 1945

Rights

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Identifier

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Citation

Unknown, “Bradford Memorial Hospital for Babies,” Exhibits, accessed April 24, 2018, http://utswlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/35.