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physician

Mennasch Kalkstein, American physician. member cardiology staff Long Island Jewish Hospital; Served lieutenant colonel Military Cross, Australia. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.; Fellow American Heart Association, American College of Physicians; member of the American Medical Association, American Thoracic Society, American Federation Clinical Research.

Background

Kalkstein, Mennasch was born on August 24, 1907 in Brooklyn. Son of Joseph and Jennie (Weinberg) Kalkstein.

Education

Doctor of Medicine St. Andrews (Scotland) U., 1933.

Career

Instructor Columbia, 1938-1940. Intern Harlem Hospital, New York City, 1933-1934, resident in pneumonia service, 1934. Intern, also resident internal medicine Bellevue Hospital, New York City, 1934-1937, admitting physician, 1937-1938, later associate visiting physician.

Physical pneumonia New York City Department Health, 1938-1940, clinical physician Tuberculosis, 1938-1942. Member cardiology staff Long Island Jewish Hospital Assistant clinical professor medicine New York University.

Membership

Member cardiology staff Long Island Jewish Hospital. Served lieutenant colonel Military Cross, Australia. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.

Fellow American Heart Association, American College of Physicians. Member of the American Medical Association, American Thoracic Society, American Federation Clinical Research.

Connections

Married Claire Weininger, December 28, 1940. Children: Janet (Mistress.

father:
Joseph Kalkstein

mother:
Jennie (Weinberg) Kalkstein

spouse:
Claire Weininger

child:
Janet (Mrs Kalkstein