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Aletta Bell

Aletta Bell

 

Aletta Bell, a Canadian, has devoted her life to medical work in North India. One of four women in her graduating medical class of sixty, she identified the healthcare gap for Muslim women. In 1964 she established a women and children’s hospital in rural North India, in an underserved Muslim population. Later she handed the hospital over to Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA), where she continued to serve in leadership roles. Now, in her 80’s, she is sharing her life stories, with a biography soon to be released.