Borden Memorial Hospital
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It was founded by the China Inland Mission, with money donated by the Borden family after the death of William Whiting Borden. Borden had meant to come to China as a missionary, but died in Cairo, Egypt while studying Arabic to prepare himself to serve the Muslims of China.
CIM Hospital staff
- Mary Weightman Nurse in Charge (1934-?)
- Isabella Marion Davidson Nurse
- Otto F. Schoerner Business Manager (1948-1951)
In this hospital an outdoor corridor werelined with pictures of Chinese patients helped by all the missionary doctors. The words:
For God so love the World in Chinese still hangs over the corridor.
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