News: Greenwood Clinic Formed Wednesday (1933)
Contact: Tiffiney Hill
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner, Greenwood, Wis., 1933
GREENWOOD CLINIC FORMED WEDNESDAY (1933)
On Wednesday of last week Dr. L. P. Gaillardet and Dr. W.A. Olson entered into a partnership contract for the practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics. Each of the men will have separate offices in the Dr. Gaillardet Building with office hours from 8A.M. to 5P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M.
Dr. Gaillardet’s telephone No. is 56 and Dr. Olson’s office number is116: home No. 68.
The Clinic has a good Xray machine which has been remodeled and standardized so that excellent service can be rendered on all fractures and Chest diseases.
The clinic also carries a full line of drugs and medical supplies which have been carefully selected to meet the needs of a city and rural clinic.
It is needless to introduce Dr. Gaillardet, a graduate of the Medical School, Toronto, Canada. He has had fifty-five years of experience in the practice of medicine and surgery two and a half years of which have been in this community.
Dr. Olson had his note of introduction in the Gleaner two weeks ago and needs no further introduction. Arrangements have been made with the hospital a Marshfield, Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire and Neillsville so that patients needing or desiring hospitalization may have their choice of the best hospital service in Northern Wisconsin.
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