Late September was an exciting time for Emory University Clinic. Bookhouse delivered the much anticipated early history of the Clinic through 1994. It is entitled To the Ultimate Good—A History of the Emory Clinic: Early Years Through 1994. The distinguished history of the Emory Clinic began with an initial gift in the 1930s from the legendary chairman of The Coca-Cola Company and philanthropist Robert W. Woodruff. From those beginnings, Emory Clinic has fulfilled the founding vision of a leading medical center that offers superb health care to the region—and now the world beyond. Bookhouse also developed a shopping cart and is selling the book on behalf on the Bookhouse website. Bookhouse is widely respected for publishing a number of acclaimed books about the health care industry, from medical centers and hospitals to worldwide health organizations. Click here to order the book. 


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