New York City's Bellevue Hospital Medical College opens its first term

The Bellevue Hospital's new medical school opened its first preliminary term on its site near the East River in New York City.  It began its regular term on Wednesday, October 16, 1861 and was the first medical school in the city affiliated with a hospital.  Its president was Dr. Isaac E. Taylor, had sixteen faculty members, and the fees for a full course of lectures per year was $105. The school merged with the New York University College of Medicine in 1898.  (By John Osborne)
Source Citation
Isaac Hays, ed., American Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol 42 (Philadelphia: Blanchard and Lea, 1862), 303-304.
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