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Robert Lincoln Feldmann, American physician. American College of Surgeons fellow; member of the American Medical Association (National Physicians’ Art Competition awards), Pennsylvania Medical Association, York County Medical Society (past president), American Academy Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology.

Background

Feldmann, Robert Lincoln was born on April 25, 1906 in New York City. Son of William H. and Margaret (Mencken) Feldmann.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1929, Doctor of Medicine 1933.

Career

Intern, City Hospital, Cleveland, 1933-1934, Norwegian Hospital, Brooklyn, 1934-1935. Resident in ear, nose and throat Manhattan Ear Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1939-1941. Assistant in ear, nose and throat St. Mary’s Hospital, Mary’s Help Hospital, San Francisco, 1941-1942.

Staff York (Pennsylvania) Hospital, 1942-1973, member Cleft Palate Clinic, former chief staff for ear, nose and throat department. Practice medicine specializing in otolaryngology, York, 1942-1973. One-man show York College Diplomate American Board Otolaryngology.

Membership

American College of Surgeons fellow. Member of the American Medical Association (National Physicians’ Art Competition awards), Pennsylvania Medical Association, York County Medical Society (past president), American Academy Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology.

Connections

Married Ruth Thomas, November 16, 1935. Children: Gretchen (Mistress.

father:
William H. Feldmann

mother:
Margaret (Mencken) Feldmann

spouse:
Ruth Thomas

child:
Gretchen (Mrs Feldmann