Miron Akimovich Ljubovsky

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Miron Akimovich Ljubovsky (1876–1952) was a Russian physician and one of the organizers of health care in Tver Oblast.


Ljubovsky received his training as a surgeon. He was the main organizer of the establishment of the Tver School for Nurses. The school was opened in 1920 with Ljubovsky as its head.

Miron Ljubovsky earned the award Honoured Physician of the RSFSR.

He died on June 1, 1952 and is buried in Pervomayskoe graveyard in Tver near his wife Maria Antonovna Ljubovsky.