“They Made a DIFFERENCE: The Old North State Medical Society and African American Hospitals during Segregation in North Carolina” Lecture on Monday, October 24
As part of the Ruth and John Moskop History of Medicine Lecture Series, the Medical History Interest Group invites you to attend “They Made a DIFFERENCE: The Old North State Medical Society and African American Hospitals during Segregation in North Carolina” on Monday, October 24, 2022. This lecture, presented by Julius Mallette, MD, Medical Director of the Behavioral Health Center at the Kinston Community Health Center, Graduate and Retiree of the Brody School of Medicine, begins at 4:30p.m. in the Evelyn Fike Laupus Gallery, fourth floor Laupus Library. The event will also be hosted on WebEx. Attend the event virtually at this link.
In this talk, Dr. Mallette will discuss the Old North State Medical Society, the official North Carolina affiliate of the National Medical Association that represents the interest of the 3,200 African American North Carolina physicians. He will specifically talk about the medical society and African American hospitals during segregation.
Julius Quintin Mallette, MD received his medical degree at East Carolina University. He did residency training in obstetrics and gynecology at Meharry Medical College–Hubbard Hospital and at East Carolina University–Pitt County Memorial Hospital.
This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided.
If you’d like to travel by bus from Main Campus, take bus 302 from the Main Campus Student Center to the Allied Health Sciences Building. Click here for the 302 bus schedule.
Lectures may be video recorded.
Learn more about the MHIG lectures and view an archive of previous recordings.