Gottfried Koehler Soundex Code K460
Gottfried Koehler, Doctor of Medicine (M.D.);
born in: Tinley Park, Cook County, Illinois, on October 23, 1878;
son of: of Gottfried Koehler2 and Helena Koehler, nee: Helena Sippel
education: preparatory education, Association College and Metropolitain Business College, Chicago;
Ph.G., Northwestern University School of Pharmacy, 1898;
Doctor of Medicine (M.D.), Northwestern University School of Medicine, 1902;
married: Frieda Koehler, nee: Frieda Schroeder, of Chicago, on Sunday, June 2, 1907.
Intern, Cook County Hospital, 1902-3;
Instructor, clinical pathology, Northwestrn University School of Medicine, 1903-7;
in charge of laboratories, Mercy Hospital and Wesley Hospital, 1904-7;
adjunct professor of clinical pediatrics, Northwestern University School of Medicine, 1902;
attending physician, Children's Hospital, 1907-12;
chief food inspector, Chicago Health Department, 1907-10;
assistant Commissioner of Health, Chicago, since 1910.
Member of American Public Health Association
Office: 712 City Hall
Home: 1116 W. Morse Avenue, 1917, 1919.
Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1917; Rogers Park Directory, 1919, page 45.