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Lazarev N.V., (1895-1974), toxicologist

LAZAREV Nikolay Vasilievich (1895, Tsarskoe Selo, St. Petersburg Province - 1974, Leningrad), pharmacologist, M. D. in 1936, and Professor in 1938. He graduated from the Kiev Medical Institute in 1925

Manassein V. A., (1841-1901), physician

MANASSEIN Vyacheslav Avxentievich (1841-1901, St. Petersburg), general physician, Doctor of Medicine (1869). He graduated from the Medical Surgical Academy (1866)

Manukhin I. I. (1882-1958), doctor

MANUKHIN Ivan Ivanovich (1882-1958), doctor and public figure. He graduated from the Military Medical Academy (1906), and became a doctor of medical sciences (1911)

Mariinskaya Municipal Hospital

MARIINSKAYA Municipal Hospital (56 Liteiny Avenue) was founded in 1803 as a hospital for the poor. Before 1805 it was in the building of the Correctional House near the Kalinkin Bridge

Maximilianovskaya City Hospital

MAXIMILIANOVSKAYA CITY HOSPITAL No. 28 (1-3 Dekabristov Street) was founded in 1850 with the funding of private donations as St. Lazarus Clinic, intended for incoming patients of both sexes. It was located in the house of architect A.K

Mechnikov Medical Academy

MECHNIKOV MEDICAL ACADEMY, St. Petersburg State Medical Academy situated at 47 Piskarevsky Avenue. It originates from the Psychoneurological Institute with a faculty of medicine reorganised into the State Institute of Medical Knowledge in 1920 and

Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

MEDICAL ACADEMY OF POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION, St. Petersburg Medical Academy situated at 41 Kirochnaya Street. It was founded in 1885 as Grand Duchess Elena Pavlovna's Clinical Institute and renamed the Imperial Clinical Institute in 1896 to become the

Medical Societies (common)

MEDICAL SOCIETIES, voluntary social unions of doctors for the purpose of joint elaboration of scientific and practical problems of medicine. They were founded in the 19th century. The Society of Russian Doctors in St

Nechaev A. A., (1845-1922), physician

NECHAEV Alexander Afanasievich (1845-1922, Petersburg), physician and health care organiser, Doctor of Medicine (1882), Honoured Professor (1920). He graduated from the Medical Surgical Academy (1870)

Nikolaevskaya Children’s Hospital

NIKOLAEVSKAYA CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL (13 Chapygina Street) was the first children’s hospital in Russia. It was opened in 1834 with the aid of private donations on Ekaterininsky Canal near the Alarchin Bridge; in 1842 it was relocated to a reconstructed

North Western Department of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences

NORTH WESTERN DEPARTMENT OF THE RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF MEDICAL SCIENCES situated at 12 Akademika Pavlova Street. It was established in 1998 on the basis of the St. Petersburg Bureau of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences and the Northern Scientific

Obukhovskaya Hospital

OBUKHOVSKAYA HOSPITAL (106 Fontanka Embankment) was founded in 1779; originally it had 60 beds and included "Dolgauz,” the first psychiatric institution in the city. It was named after Obukhovsky Avenue and Bridge

Oppel V. A., (1872 - 1932), surgeon

OPPEL Vladimir Andreevich (1872, St. Petersburg - 1932, Leningrad), surgeon, Doctor of Medicine (1899). He graduated from the Military Medical Academy (1896), and taught there, becoming a professor in 1907

Ott D. O., (1855-1929), obstetrician, gynaecologist

OTT Dmitry Oskarovich (1855-1929, Leningrad), obstetrician, gynaecologist, Doctor of Medicine (1884), court medic (1895). Ott graduated from the Medical Surgical Academy in 1879

Ott Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

OTT INSTITUTE OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNAECOLOGY, a research institute situated at 3 Mendeleevskaya Street. It was founded in 1797 on the initiative of Empress Maria Fedorovna as the Midwifery Institute named the Imperial Midwifery Institute from 1828

Paediatric Medical Academy

PEDIATRIC MEDICAL ACADEMY, St. Petersburg State Paediatric Medical Academy situated at 2 Litovskaya Street, the first and only Russian higher education institution specialised in paediatricians' training

Pavlov Medical University

PAVLOV MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, St. Petersburg State Medical University situated at 8/6 Leo Tolstoy Street. It was founded by subscription in 1897 as the first national Women's Medical Institute

Peter The Great Clinical Hospital

PETER THE GREAT CLINICAL HOSPITAL (47 Piskarevsky Avenue), general hospital under federal administration. The decision to build the hospital in honour of the 200th anniversary of the city was adopted in 1903

Petrov Institute of Oncology

PETROV INSTITUTE OF ONCOLOGY, Professor Petrov Research Institute of Oncology situated at 68 Leningradskaya Street, Pesochny Settlement. It was founded in 1927 as the Practical Institute of Oncology attached to the Health Department of Leningrad

Petrov N. N., (1876 - 1964), physician

PETROV Nikolay Nikolaevich (1876, St. Petersburg - 1964, Leningrad), physician, one of the founders of oncology in Russia, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (1939)

Pharmacies (common)

PHARMACIES, institutions making and distributing medications. The first official drugstore was opened in 1704 in Peter and Paul Fortress; in 1734 it was transferred to the building of the Medical Office at the corner of Millionnaya Street and a lane

Pirogov Memorial General Clinic

PIROGOV MEMORIAL GENERAL CLINIC (51 Bolshoy Avenue, Vasilievsky Island) medical institution and limited company. It was opened in 1999 and carries out a wide number of surgical operations - from plastic surgery to the most difficult cavitary surgery

Pirogov N. I., (1810-1881), surgeon

PIROGOV Nikolay Ivanovich (1810-1881), physician, teacher, public figure, Doctor of Medicine (1832), Corresponding Member of St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences (1847)

Polenov A. L., (1871-1947), surgeon

POLENOV Andrey Lvovich (1871-1947, Leningrad), one of the founders of Russian neurosurgery, Academician of the Academy of Medical Sciences (1946). He lived in St. Petersburg from 1888. Polenov graduated from the Military Medical Academy (1896)

Polenov Neurosurgical Institute

POLENOV NEUROSURGICAL INSTITUTE, Professor Polenov Russian Neurosurgical Research Institute situated at 12 Mayakovskogo Street. It was founded as the Leningrad Practice Institute for Surgical Neuropathology in the former Alexandrinskaya Women's

Psychiatrical Hospital for Peculiar Cases

PSYCHIATRICAL HOSPITAL FOR PECULIAR CASES was created in 1951 as part of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. It was housed in the building of the former women’s prison (9 Arsenalnaya Street)

Rauchfus Children’s Hospital

RAUCHFUS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL (before 1918 Prince Oldenburg's Children’s Hospital) (8 Ligovsky Avenue), was built in 1869 (architect A.K. Cavos) on the initiative of the Prince P.G. Oldenburg (hence the hospital's original name) and paediatrician K

Rauchfus K. A., (1835 - 1915), pediatrician

RAUCHFUS Karl Andreevich (1835, St. Petersburg - 1915 Petrograd), pediatrician, health care organiser, court paediatrician (1876). He graduated from the Medical Surgical Academy (1857)

Russian Society of Public Health Care

RUSSIAN SOCIETY OF PUBLIC HEALTH CARE, a public organisation founded in 1878 on the initiative of A.P. Dobroslavin, I.E. Andrievsky and N.F. Zdekauer with the purpose of rendering assistance in improving health and sanitary conditions in Russia

Sklifosovsky N. V., (1836-1904), surgeon

SKLIFOSOVSKY NIKOLAY VASILIEVICH (1836-1904), surgeon. He graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Moscow University in 1859. In 1871-78 he worked at the chair of Surgical Pathology and Therapy of Medical Surgical Academy

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