Saturday, January 2, 2010

The Medical Education:

After completing his basic education in New York, Thomas Jefferson Gazley was privileged to obtain an advanced education in Baltimore, Maryland. There he received his degree and license to practice medicine as a Physician, Surgeon, and Accoucheur ( a specialist in obstetrics). These studies were most likely completed by the time he was about twenty-one years old. Historical records suggest that he probably obtained his medical education at the College of Medicine of Maryland (established 1807), which became the University of Maryland School of Medicine (established 1813). At that time, there were less than six medical schools in America. The first Maryland class consisted of only seven medical students.

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