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Thanks for sharing Elmwood Cemetery our history and legacy!Have you ever been treated at Campbell Clinic? Dr. Willis Cohoon Campbell was born in Mississippi in 1880. He received his medical degree from the University of Virginia and entered the practice of medicine in Memphis in 1906. He worked in both pediatrics and general medicine with anesthesia on the side, then went for additional study in London, Vienna, New York and Boston. When he returned to Memphis in 1909, he opened an office in the Exchange Building and practiced surgery at St. Joseph Hospital.At the time, there were few doctors practicing orthopedic surgery outside urban centers like New York or Boston. WWI, with its traumatic injuries and the rehabilitation problems that accompanied them, prompted the development of orthopedics as a specialty. There was no shortage of patients in the Depression era South, particularly children suffering from tuberculosis, osteomyelitis, infective arthritis, or poliomyelitis. In 1911, Dr. Campbell organized the department of orthopedic surgery at the University of Tennessee Medical School. Dr. Campbell was a pioneer in the treatment of orthopedic cases, and Memphis became a nationally recognized center in the training of doctors and support personnel in orthopedic surgery, car, and rehabilitation. Campbell Clinic opened its doors in January, 1921, located on Madison Avenue near Baptist Hospital. In 1929, top orthopedic specialists from across the continent came to observe surgical and rehabilitation techniques at the clinic. When some ladies from the Kings’ Daughters at Calvary Episcopal Church approached Dr. Campbell about buying a wheelchair for a crippled child, Dr. Campbell said, “Ladies, you don’t want to buy a wheelchair, you want to found a hospital.” This was the beginning of the Crippled Children’s Hospital and School on Lamar Avenue in 1917. In 1923, the Presbyterian Home Hospital became the Hospital for Crippled Adults, with Dr. Campbell as chief of staff. Dr. Campbell served as chief of staff until his death in 1941. He is buried in Elmwood Cemetery. ...
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