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The Michael E. DeBakey Papers

[Michael DeBakey with Kenneth L. Mattox at the Baylor College of Medicine]
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The Baylor College of Medicine's online profile of Dr. Mattox notes that he "is a Distinguished Service Professor at Baylor College of Medicine and Chief of Staff and Surgeon-in-Chief at Ben Taub Hospital, where he has worked since 1973. BTH has been at the forefront of surgical critical care, breaking ground with its automated system for the storage and retrieval of laboratory data in 1975. Dr. Mattox helped develop the internationally renowned Ben Taub Hospital Emergency Center and its equally respected Trauma Center. His reputation as an innovator in trauma care is known worldwide. Dr. Mattox is past President of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma and Secretary-Treasurer of the Michael E. DeBakey International Surgical Society. He previously chaired the Mayor's Red Ribbon Committee to address Houston Fire Department Emergency Medical Services, and sat on the Hospital Subcommittee of the Mayor's Special Task Force on the Medical Aspects of Disaster."
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1 (364,013 Bytes)
Date Supplied:
ca. 2000s
Courtesy of Katrin DeBakey.
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New Directions for Cardiac Surgery and for Baylor, 1963-2008
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Photographic prints
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Series: Photographs and Artworks, [ca. 1908]-2007
SubSeries: Professional Photographs, 1917-2007
SubSubSeries: Events
Folder: [Untitled Event], [2000s]
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