NewsHealth / October 19, 2018

Indianapolis Doctor Featured In Documentary About All-Black Hospital In St. Louis

Indianapolis Doctor Featured In Documentary About All-Black Hospital In St. LouisIndiana Public Broadcasting's Jill Sheridan sat down with Dr. Earl Robinson to talk about the impact and significance of Homer G. Phillips Hospital in St. Louis ahead of the Indianapolis screening the documentary "Color of Medicine."Homer G Phillips Hospital, St. Louis, Color of Medicine2018-10-19T00:00:00-04:00
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Indianapolis Doctor Featured In Documentary About All-Black Hospital In St. Louis

Earl Robinson and his daughter Rebecca Robinson were co-producers for "The Color of Medicine." The documentary will premiere in Indianapolis this month.

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An Indianapolis doctor is featured in a new documentary that highlights the history of an all-black hospital in St. Louis.  Dr. Earl Robinson Jr.’s father was also a doctor – one of the first interns at the hospital. 

Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Jill Sheridan sat down with Dr. Earl Robinson to talk about the impact and significance of Homer G Phillips Hospital in St. Louis ahead of the Indianapolis screening the documentary "Color of Medicine."

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