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Heart to Heart Oral History Project

"An often told story is that Moe Dalitz, legendary casino owner, built Sunrise Hospital. Did other colorful residents play major roles in early heath care? Who were some of the early doctors? Why was the highway between the city and the Nevada Test Site referred to as the "widow maker?" The unique challenges of doctors and health care personnel in Las Vegas are described as they evolved from a tent hospital to the modern facilities of today."