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physician , dean medical school

Richard Hale Young, American physician, dean medical school. Served as lieut. colonel, Medical Corps with 12th General Hospital United States Army 1942-1945. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine.; Fellow American Medical Association, American College of Physicians; Member Central Society Clinical Congregationalist.

Background

Young, Richard Hale was born on January 26, 1905 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Alben and Fannie (Knight) Young.

Education

Student Dartmouth, 1923-1924. Bachelor of Science, Northwestern, 1929, Doctor of Medicine 1930.

Career

Interne St. Luke’s Hospital, Chicago, 1929-1931. Private practice of medicine, Evanston, Illinois, 1934-1946. Assistant professor of medicine, Northwestern, 1938-1946, assistant to dean medical school, 1938-1942, director student health, 1945-1946.

Dean and associate professor of medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine, 1946-1949. Dean and professor of medicine, Northwestern University Medical School from 1949.

Membership

Served as lieut. colonel, Medical Corps with 12th General Hospital United States Army 1942-1945. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine. Fellow American Medical Association, American College of Physicians.

Member Central Society Clinical Congregationalist.

Connections

Married Ellen Stearns October 10, 1934. Children: Irving Stearns, Howard Stearns.

father:
Alben Young

mother:
Fannie (Knight) Young

spouse:
Ellen Stearns October 10

children:
Irving Stearns Young

Howard Stearns Young