COMMENTARY The Department of Surgery, University of California, San Francisco HE DEPARTMENT OF pression of gratitude for the medical arrows with him in Golden Gate Surgery at the Uni- education his daughter had received Park and learning the skills of game versity of California from the “Medical Department” of UC hunting. Pope, who became an ex- (UC), San Francisco, (Figure 2A). After the disastrous pert in Yahi culture, later wrote a T was shaped by Gold 1906 earthquake damaged or de- book about Ishi’s medical history Rush–era adventurers who stayed on stroyed most of the city’s existing hos- and several books about archery. after the gold ran out. In 1852, South pitals, the urgent need for medical fa- During that time, Harold C. Carolina surgeon Hugh H. Toland, cilities necessitated remodeling the Naffziger, MD (Figure 3B), under MD, was lured to California by gold medical school building so that it whose dynamic leadership the de- fever, crossing the 2000-mile over- could serve as a hospital. The first UC partment would gain national land route by wagon train. By then, Hospital opened in 1907 (Figure 2B), prominence, had returned to UC to gold reserves were declining and the under the
JAMA Surgery – American Medical Association
Published: Dec 1, 2005
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