The Susan Smith McKinney Steward Medical Society was established in 1974 in New York City as a professional association of Black women physicians. an affiliate of the National Medical Association. Founded by physician and community activist, Dr. Muriel Petioni, the Society was named after the first Black woman to receive her Medical Doctorate in the State of New York (third in the USA), Susan Maria Smith McKinney Steward.
Brenda Aiken, M.D.
City: New York