Harold Cornelius Bradley Physician Circle
More than a century ago, Dr. Harold Cornelius Bradley came to Madison as a junior professor of biochemistry at the University of Wisconsin.
As the first faculty member of the UW Medical School and father of the namesake of the first children’s hospital in Madison, Dr. Bradley fittingly serves as the inspiration for The Harold Cornelius Bradley Physicians Circle within the Mary Cornelia Bradley Society -- the mainstay of physician support for American Family Children’s Hospital.
The Harold Cornelius Bradley Physicians Circle within the Mary Cornelia Bradley Society recognizes philanthropy committed to continued excellence at American Family Children’s Hospital.
The mission of the Society is to provide a framework for those friends whose generous support contributes to American Family Children’s Hospital’s standing as one of the most highly-respected children’s hospitals in the nation. Donors welcomed into this distinguished group join in recognizing American Family Children’s Hospital’s preeminent role in the discovery of treating and curing children of many complex diseases and value its ability to address the critical need of providing world-class pediatric health care for children.