Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital

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Coordinates: 42°41′44″N 74°55′25″W / 42.6956°N 74.9237°W / 42.6956; -74.9237

The Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital (Basset Medical Center) is a teaching hospital in Cooperstown, New York. The hospital has 180 beds. It is associated with Columbia University.

It is home to the Bassett Cancer Institute.

History[edit]

Some of the early work on bone marrow transplants was performed here by Nobel prize winner E. Donnall Thomas and his wife Dottie Thomas. Joseph Wiley Ferrebee was also a transplant scientist working at the hospital.

Publishing[edit]

The hospital has published a number of works including

  • Clinical Miscelleny vols 1 & 2, 1930s

Further reading[edit]

  • Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital (1930). The Mary Imogene Bassett hospital, Cooperstown, New York. New York. OCLC 34228694., 31 pp

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