- Date: 1910
Notes: BALTIMORE MEDICAL COLLEGE. Organized 1881. An independent institution.
Entrance requirement: Much less than a four-year high school education. Advanced standing is freely granted to failed students dropped from other schools.
Teaching staff: 63, of whom 20 are professors, 43 of other grade. There are no teachers giving entire time to medical instruction.
Resources available for maintenance: Fees, amounting to $33,424.
Laboratory facilities: The school possesses a new and very attractive laboratory building. It is well equipped for undergraduate instruction in chemistry and pathology; inadequately for physiology and bacteriology. A large room with ample material provides for dissecting.
Clinical facilities: The school has the use of about 122 beds in a hospital which it built and has leased to the Sisters of Charity; it has access to several other institutions besides.
A suite of poorly kept rooms is set aside for a dispensary. The attendance is ample.
Date of visit: March, 1909.
Source: Flexner, Abraham, Medical Education in the United States and Canada: A Report to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching New York: The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching: 236-237