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Julius C. Migliori

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JULIUS C. MIGLIORI , MD

Julius “Jules” Migliori P’78MD’81, ’79MD’82, ’83, ’84MD’87, GP’11, ’12, ’13, ’14, age 83, of Cranston, RI, died Friday, January 13, 2012, at his home surrounded by his beloved wife of 57 years, Gloria A. Migliori, and their children Richard J. Migliori, MD, Michael E. Migliori, MD, Jill Marie Migliori, Stephen J. Migliori, MD, Mark R. Migliori, MD, and Donald A. Migliori, Esq. He is survived by daughters-in-law Joan, Marianne, Sidney, Sara, and Mary, and he was the proud grandfather of 12.

Migliori graduated from Cranston High School in 1946 and Providence College in 1950. He received a master’s degree in bacteriology from the University of Rhode Island in 1952, before heading to the University of Bologna, Italy, where he obtained his medical degree in 1957. He returned to Rhode Island to do his medical internship at St. Joseph Hospital in Providence and his anesthesia residency at Rhode Island Hospital. Thereafter, he was the chairman of the Department of Anesthesia at St. Joseph’s Health Services for 40 years. He founded the St. Joseph Hospital School of Anesthesiology in 1962, which continues to be a nationally accredited school in North Providence. He was the clinical coordinator of the hospital’s Ambulatory Care Center for 20 years and served as hospital medical chief of staff. He was recognized for his contributions to the development of the St. Joseph Pediatric Dental Residency Program serving underprivileged children. Migliori also served in the U.S. Navy Reserves.

A lifelong resident of Cranston, Migliori was inducted into the City of Cranston Hall of Fame in 2005. In recognition of his dedication to his family and his practice, a clinical examination room in the new Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University building is dedicated in the name of Julius and Gloria Migliori.

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