- 1736: Charity Hospital Ambulance Service, New Orleans
Charity Hospital was first called the L’Hôpital des Pauvres de la Charité which in French denoted “Hospital for the Poor.” The first facility was built on Bienville St. at Chartres Street in the French Quarter in 1736.
- Dominique-Jean Larrey, Baron; "Flying Car" ambulance
Dominique-Jean Larrey, Baron ''Flying Car (ambulance)'' French military surgeon, born July 8, 1766, BaudA?A©an, Hautes-PyrenA?A©es; died July 25, 1842, Lyons. Biography: Napoleon's war surgeon "Larrey was the greatest military surgeon in history." (Garrison-Morton)
- 1816: The Stethoscope
- 1861: Ambulance - Early Transport
Early modes of transport......
- 1865-1900: First Ambulances Services
Who was first? USA and the World
- 1865: Military Medicine
- 1869: Bellevue's Tumultuous Past
A history of Bellevue Hospital Ambulance, New York City
- 1878: Treatment to Restore Natural Breathing and Circulation
- 1885: Camman Binaural Stethoscope
Antique Binaural Stethoscope
- Grady Memorial Hospital - Atlanta
Grady Memorial Hospital first opened on June 1 1892 as Atlanta’s second oldest hospital, and was named for Henry W, Grady who was the managing editor of the Atlanta Constitution newspaper during that era. When it opened, the facility featured 100 beds and a single operating room that featured an amphitheater for medical
- 1897: Dr Emily Dunning Barringer,First Female Ambulance Surgeon
Dr. Emily Dunning Barringer was the first woman admitted to a hospital internship program and the first female Ambulance Surgeon in New Yok City.
- 1900-1944: Ambulance Mass Transit
Early ambulance transit.....
- 1900's: Ambulance: Early Horse-Drawn Ambulance-(Florida)
- Origins of the Nickname "BUS" in New York City EMS
The term “Bus” is part of New York City ambulance heritage, not something dishonorable to be vanquished.
- DAYS BEHIND THE GONG RECALLED BY EX-AMBULANCE SURGEON OF BROOKLYN
24 June 1906 The writer served for nearly four months as ambulance surgeon in one of our large hospitals in Greater New York, and during that time enjoyed many interesting experiences. Occasionally in the daily press the ambulance surgeon's life is described as a hard one, weighed down by scenes of woe and violence,
- 1908: White Steamer Ambulance
Ad for White Steamer Ambulance, featuring photo from Kings County Hospital- Brooklyn N.Y.
- 1909 Electric Ambulance- The Lying In Hospital, New York City
1909 Electric Ambulance
- 1910: Ambulance: Coney Island Hospital Carriage
Circa 1910 Coney Island Hospital Horse Drawn Carriage
- 1910: Iowa Methodist Hospital Invalids Car
- Enloe Hospital and the Log Ambulance
The Enloe Hospital opened in 1917, serving Chico California and its logging industry. To meet the unique need to transport sick and injured lumberjacks off the mountain, Dr. Enloe created a log ambulance that could travel down the timber flume into town.
- 1915 - Resuscitation from Electric Shock, Traumatic Shock, Drowning, and Asphyxiation from Any Cause
- 1915: Instructions and Advice to Chauffers and Drivers in the Ambulance Service in the City of New York
Operating Guidelines to Ambulance Drivers in New York City- 1915
- 1916: Ambulances - World War I
World War One ambulances.......
- 1916: Triage in War
- 1919: Ambulance: Harlem, NYC