Susan McKinney Steward

Susan McKinney Steward

American physician and writer

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Susan Maria McKinney Steward was an American physician and author. She was the third African-American woman to earn a medical degree, and the first in New York state.McKinney-Steward's medical career focused on prenatal care and childhood disease. From 1870 to 1895, she ran her own practice in Brooklyn and co-founded the Brooklyn Women's Homeopathic Hospital and Dispensary. She sat on the board and practiced medicine at the Brooklyn Home for Aged Colored People. From 1906 she worked as college physician at the African Methodist Episcopal Church's Wilberforce University in Ohio. In 1911 she attended the Universal Race Congress in New York, where she delivered a paper entitled "Colored American Women".

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New York Medical College
New York Medical College

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Wilberforce University
Wilberforce University

Historically black university located in Wilberforce, Ohio, U.S.

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#78114 World Rank
Literature

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