Dr. David Brownlee Lazier

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Dr. David Brownlee Lazier

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  • Dr. Lazier
  • Dr. B. D. Lazier

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Dates of existence

1870 - 1931

History

Dr. David Brownlee Lazier was a regional doctor in central BC. He was born in Ontario in 1870 and eventually moved to BC and built a small, three-bed hospital – known as Lazier’s Hospital – in South Fort George in the early 1910s and but later moved his practice to Burns Lake and then to Francois Lake ca. 1921. Dr. Lazier died in 1931.

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Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created September 4, 2019 by SG.

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  • English

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Sources

Lee, E. (1997). Scalpels & buggywhips: Medical pioneers of central BC. Surrey, B.C: Heritage House. https://wizard.unbc.ca/record=b1182619~S3

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