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Milton Herbert Robbins, American physician. Served to captain, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.; Fellow American College of Physicians, American College Cardiology; member of the American Medical Association, American Heart Association, Bronx County, Nassau County medical societies.

Background

Robbins, Milton Herbert was born on May 23, 1903 in New York City. Son of Abraham Elliot and Rebecca Robbins.

Education

Doctor of Medicine George Washington University, 1928.

Career

Intern, Hosp for Joint Disease, New York City, 1928-1930, adjunct in medicine and cardiology, 1934-1950, associate in medicine and cardiology, 1950-1971. Intern Jewish Maternity Hospital, 1930. Associate physician Fordham Hospital, New York City, 1950, attending physician, 1951.

Associate in medicine Bronx (New York) Municipal Hospital Center, 1955-1971. Attending physician Lincoln Hospital. Associate attending Peninsula Gen Hospital, Far Rockaway, New York, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Far Rockaway.

Physician, staff in internal medicine Nassau Communities Hospital, Oceanside, New York, Franklin General Hospital, Valley Stream, New York.

Membership

Served to captain, Military Cross, Australia, 1942-1946. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine. Fellow American College of Physicians, American College Cardiology.

Member of the American Medical Association, American Heart Association, Bronx County, Nassau County medical societies.

Connections

Married Alice Robbins, September 16, 1933. Children: Dolores (Mistress.

father:
Abraham Elliot

mother:
Rebecca Robbins

spouse:
Alice Robbins

child:
Dolores (Mrs Robbins