James W. Haviland

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James W. Haviland
James W. Haviland, MD
Born (1911-07-18)July 18, 1911
Glens Falls, New York
Died November 14, 2007(2007-11-14) (aged 96)
Bremerton, Washington

James W. Haviland MD (July 18, 1911 – November 14, 2007) was an American doctor and specialist in Internal Medicine co-founder of the University of Washington School of Medicine and co-founder of the Northwest Kidney Centers.[1]

Dr. Haviland graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 1936.[2] Haviland married twice, to Marion Bertram (d. 1993); Mary Katherine (Burden, 1st Marriage; Cook, Maiden Name) in 1997. Haviland had four children, four step children, two grandchildren and six great grandchildren.

Northwest Kidney Centers James Haviland Kidney Center, Seattle, WA


  1. ^ http://www.nwkidney.org/nkc/aboutUs/ourHistory.html NKC History
  2. ^ http://www.alumni.jhu.edu/scholarships/somscholarships.htm Haviland established scholarship listing graduation year

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