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Crazy old Coot says:
Check out the name of the hospital where he was born. Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women and Children. That name was not used until 1978.
In 1908, Albert and Emma Kauikeolani Wilcox donated $50,000 to start a children’s hospital. The community, concerned that two of every seven infants in Hawai‘i did not live to see their first birthday, rallied to match the Wilcox’s gift. A year later, Kauikeolani Children’s Hospital opened.
The two hospitals joined in 1978 to become Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children. Staying true to its mission, the non-profit hospital has played a vital role in the health of Hawaii’s women, children and adolescents. It is staffed with highly skilled, compassionate physicians and nurses, dedicated to providing the finest care for Hawaii’s families.
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It turns out that "Crazy Old Coot" is barking up the wrong tree.
Nordyke Twins birth certificate. The name of the hospital is Maternity and Gynecological Hospital.