Who was the first female ambulance surgeon?
Emily Dunning Berringer
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Abu Al- Qasim Ibn Khalaf Al- Abbas Al- Zahrawi
Bellevue Hospital in New York City is credited with establishing the first hospital-based civilian ambulance service in the United States. Source: http://www.infoplease.co…m/askeds/first-ambulance-service.html
Bellevue Hospital in New York City is credited with establishingthe first hospital-based civilian ambulance service in the UnitedStates.
im assuming that you mean the livery on vehicles. I cant find a specific date but i know that the livery was done this way because vehicle drivers may not be able to read the …word when an ambulance is behind them. Because of this, they may worry that it might be a police vehicle.
Dr. Judith Falconer
I don't know do u know of course not thats why ur here he he he he he he he
people were reported to do surgery on the brain since 200bc
Antonia Coello Novello
The first ambulance was used in the American Civil War.
Elizabeth Blackwell, she was the first known woman to graduate from medical school (In the U.S, but is probably first). P.S. It's called Google, and Wikipedia.
Antonia Coello Novello (born August 23, 1944) served as 14th Surgeon General of the United States from March 9, 1990 - June 30, 1993. She was the first female and first hispa…nic to be appointed to the office.
Antonia Novello was the first woman and first Hispanic American U.S. surgeon general in 1990
Female surgeons DO exist.
In Countries, States, and Cities
Transporting patients by cart has been around since the ancient times. The Spanish in 1487 used them most regularly for emergency transport in the form of carts/carriages/wago…ns and the Knights of St. John. Thereafter throughout American and European countries during times of civil war and unrest. During the 19th - 20th centuries motor technology lent itself to advancement providing for motorized ambulances. Sometimes Hearses were also used as ambulances. Over many decades evolving into what it is today. In the 1980's ambulances had a fuel overhall changing from gas to diesel.
Dr. Judith Falconer