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Wald

 [wawld]
Lillian (1867–1940). American nurse; founder of the Henry Street Settlement in the Lower East Side of New York City, one of the first nonsectarian visiting nurse services in the world.
Lillian Wald. Courtesy Visiting Nurse Service of New York.

Wald, Lillian

[1867-1940]
an American public health nurse, settlement leader, and social reformer. She founded the Henry Street Settlement in New York to bring nursing care into the homes of the poor. This led to the development of the Visiting Nurse Service of New York. She was also instrumental in establishing the school nursing system, the federal government's Children's Bureau, and the Nursing Service Division of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company. She was the first nurse to be elected into the Hall of Fame for Great Americans.
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Wald told a reporter he is "cautiously optimistic" the settlement will be approved.
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In this exhibition, the Alfa Art Gallery celebrates the wide-ranging spirit of public service in the arts by featuring another non-profit gallery - the Sylvia Wald and Po Kim Art Gallery, located at 417 Lafayette Street, in Manhattan.
Michael Wald the answer is an astounding "yes" if your patients answer yes to three or more of the questions below.
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