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In 1876, Rush opened its first building on the current campus at the northeast corner of Harrison and Wood. It was known simply as the Clinical Building, where students gained clinical experience. ln addition to classrooms and a lecture amphitheater, the multipurpose facility included a free dispensary with a large waiting room, a drug store, ten consultation rooms for private clinics, professorss offices, a dissecting room, a museum, and a bedroom and parlor for the live-in janitor.

In 1876, Rush opened its first building on the current campus at the northeast corner of Harrison and Wood. It was known simply as the Clinical Building, where students gained clinical experience. ln addition to classrooms and a lecture amphitheater, the multipurpose facility included a free dispensary with a large waiting room, a drug store, ten consultation rooms for private clinics, professorss offices, a dissecting room, a museum, and a bedroom and parlor for the live-in janitor.

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