Medical Office Buildings -- Organization and Administration

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Medical Office Buildings -- Organization and Administration

  • UF Real Estate Management

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Medical Office Buildings -- Organization and Administration

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Clinical Excellence Committee records

These files represent an almost complete official record of the Clinical Excellence Committee, the Task Forces, and their subcommittees. The minutes are complete, with only one exception. There are few interim reports or correspondence among the coordinators, the chairmen of the committees, and members. The final report is contained in Box 2, folder 1.

Some of the minutes have notes made by Dr. Thomas Chalmers, President and Dean of The Mount Sinai Medical Center and School of Medicine. The files probably came from that office, although, aside from these few notes, they are generic.

Mount Sinai Medical Center (New York, N.Y.). Clinical Excellence Committee

Office of the Executive Director records

Materials include 17 folders of real estate documents (1887-1899 and undated) discussing the acquisition and later sale of land for the first St. Luke's Hospital (on Fifth Ave. between 54th and 55th Streets), and contracts and correspondence around the purchase, design, and building of the second location at W. 113th St. and Amsterdam Avenue. Other documents (1859-1977), include patents given to the Hospital (1960-1980); affiliation agreements between Columbia University and the Hospital (1947-1971); merger plans between St. Luke's and Woman's Hospital (1950-1952), and St. Luke's and Roosevelt Hospital (1979); bequests to the Hospital under the three Stuyvesant wills (1954); and Certificate of Incorporation and By-Laws of the St. Luke's Fund (1977).

St. Luke's Hospital Center. Office of the Executive Director