Oral History Interview with Barbara Curry

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Curry, Barbara Hasko
An oral history interview with Dr. Barbara Hasko Curry, conducted at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library on April 29, 2022. This interview is part of the Medical Alumni Stories Oral History Project, a joint effort of the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library and the UVA Medical Alumni Association and Medical School Foundation.

Barbara Ann Hasko Curry of Silver Spring, Maryland, graduated from high school in 1967 and entered the University of Virginia School of Nursing, finishing with a B.S. in Nursing in 1971. Her interests in the health sciences inspired her to return to UVA to complete the prerequisite courses needed to apply for medical school. In 1973 she was admitted to the UVA School of Medicine, and she graduated from the medical school in 1977.

After graduation, Curry completed an internship at Dartmouth Affiliated Hospitals in Hanover, NH, and a residency at Providence Medical Center in Portland, OR. Dr. Curry became board certified in Emergency Medicine in 1981 and joined the Billings Clinic in Billings, MT, in 1990. After the merger of the Billings Clinic and Deaconess Medical Center, Dr. Curry served as Chair of the Emergency Department at Deaconess Billings Clinic. (“Deaconess” was then dropped from the name in 2005.) In 2007, a state-of-the-art Emergency and Trauma Center opened at the Billings Clinic. Dr. Curry lives and continues to practice in Billings, MT. 
Claude Moore Health Sciences Library
Oral History
UVA Health Oral Histories
Claude Moore Health Sciences Library
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1 online resource (1 video file, 65:53 min.) : sound, color

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