President Roosevelt's address during the dedication of a hospital by the NBMS on its 100th anniversary in Bethesda, Maryland.
Bethesda Maryland USA Date:1942, October Duration:1 min 41 sec Sound:Yes
A hospital in Bethesda, Maryland dedicated by the Naval Bureau of Medicine and Surgery ( NBMS ) on its 100th anniversary. New hospital building. Patients on hospital beds. Pharmacists in a sterilization chamber. A nurse at work with equipment. A group of doctors in an operation theater performs a surgery on a patient. U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt arrives at the hospital in a chauffeur driven motor carriage with other personnel to address the patients on the occasion. Patients in wheel chairs with their attendants. A large gathering of doctors, nurses and other staff of the hospital outside the hospital building. President Roosevelt addresses the gathering. He says that there is a national shortage of doctors and nurses. Medical, surgical and nursing care should be given to every civilian. He also cautions those civilians who drive recklessly and those who do not take preventive measures in industrial plants.
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