|Collection||Events at NIH|
|Title||Surgeon General designate C. Everett Koop at NIH|
|Caption||Surgeon General C. Everett Koop|
|Description||C. Everett Koop (1916 -) was appointed as the thirteenth Surgeon General of the United States by President Ronald Reagan. His term of service 1982-1989 covered a wide range of health issues of which AIDS was the most prominent. Koop wrote the official policy on the disease and the initiative to have information about the disease mailed to every U.S. household.|
|Credit line||Courtesy of the Office of History, National Institutes of Health|
|Number of images||5|
|Year Range from||1981|
|Year Range to||1981|
Public Health Service (U.S.) (1912-present)
Public Health Service (U.S.), Office of the Surgeon General
NIH; OD (Office of the Director)
Building 10 ("CC" Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center)
Building 38 (National Library of Medicine)
Building 10C ("ACRF" Ambulatory Care Research Facility)
Koop, C. Everett
Fredrickson, Donald S.
Cummings, Martin M.
Pratt, Arnold W.
Whedon, G. Donald
Lipsett, Mortimer B.
Malone, Thomas E.