Jules Blankfein (d. 2 June 1989) was a physician and founder of Physicians Hospital in Jackson Heights, Queens (NYC). He was a 1921 graduate of Yale University, and received a medical degree from New York Medical College and Flower-Fifth Avenue Hospital in 1928. He founded Physicians Hospital (NYC) in 1935, and served as its president and as a director. He also served as a trustee of New York Medical College.
- NY Times obit Jules Blankfein, 89, A Hospital Founder, retrieved 30 May 2010
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