The Museum’s four floors are filled with extraordinary artifacts, as well as paintings, illustrations, and sculptures that interpret the pre-modern and modern healing practices of human civilization. From early practices to today’s revolutionary techniques, the Museum’s collections and exhibits portray the mysteries, breakthroughs, failures, and milestones that have shaped modern surgical science.
Currently on View
Nineteenth Century Apothecary
The Hall of Immortals – Sculptures by Louis Linck & Edouard Chaissing
The Hall of Murals – Paintings by Count Gregorio Calvi di Bergolo
The Library: Max Thorek Rare Book and Manuscript Collection
Polio and the Iron Lung
Japan Hall of Fame
Obstetrics and Gynecology
Pain & Pain Management
Rx For Success: Health Career Center
X-Rays and Medical Imaging
Nursing: Care for a Changing World
Spanish Mural Gallery
To inquire about exhibitions presented or ending before 2015, please contact Museum staff.