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Excerpt from Miscellaneous Addresses and Writings, Vol. 8 of 8
As far as I am aware, I am, with the exception of my friend and colleague, Prof. G. T. Elliot, M.D., the only one through whom the Nursery and Child's Hospital has had-a chance to appear before the scientific public. I have, while serving the Institution, attempted to let the medical public profit by my opportunities. Occasional ar ticles, by myself and by house physicians, in scientific journals, prove that I was aware of my duties to the pro fession as well as to the Institution. In the eyes of the profession a gentleman connected with a public institution, and not serving the common cause of study and progress, neglects his opportunity to prove his ability for observa tion and teaching, and for serving the patients entrusted to his care. Thus, also, all over the world, the public in stitutions crave clinical instruction as a preference, both managers and patients feeling more confidence in the thoroughness of the medical officers and the completeness of individual observation when the opportunities of teach ing are made available. In accordance with this universal custom and want, I have established at your Institution a clinic accessible to the profession and to the students of all the colleges of the city, both male and female, with the result of invariably punctual attendance by the very same persons. I have further given the Institution the benefit of the results of modern science, the attainments of this country and Europe, and have practised what the good men of the profession all over the world admit as valuable, and what I have been teaching, by writing and lecturing, for, ten years and more.
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