As I was leaving my dermatologist’s office I saw this sign posted by the elevator.
This is probably due to this complex being an offshoot of Erlanger Medical Center, named after the Baroness d’Erlanger. The cornerstone for the Baroness Erlanger Hospital was laid in 1891. In 1899 the $50,000 hospital opened with 72 beds. Soon after its opening, Erlanger formed one of the state’s first nursing schools and developed a partnership with Chattanooga Medical College, now the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Mommy, this is supposed to be Wordless Wednesday. You’re as barky as me!
Thanks to Comedy Plus for hosting Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.