The Scientist's Experiment: Chapter Forty-One
The medical convention was held, appropriately, in the building of medicine at a prominent New York university. Said university held a longtime partnership with Bellevue, using the university’s medical facility as almost an add-on to their main hospital building, so the university’s department was large and well-funded. The floors were all polished white marble, and the walls were hearty grey stone. It had spacious operating theaters, well-stocked classrooms, and all the latest books. And it was clear they followed Joseph Lister’s methods closely, because everything was kept gleamingly clean. Being built within the past decade, it also had indoor plumbing, which still amazed the students that came from more rural parts of the county.
Bellevue shared anything and everything with the medical department, from supplies, to patients, to corpses. And despite recent laws fighting against roadblocks, cadavers were still hard to come by, and any donation was extremely generous