Choose language

Forgot your password?

Need a Spoofbox account? Create one for FREE!

No subscription or hidden extras


C. Everett Koop

Read through the most famous quotes from C. Everett Koop

There are all kinds of things you can do to marry literacy with health.

— C. Everett Koop

#kinds #literacy #marry #things #you

You can't talk of the dangers of snake poisoning and not mention snakes.

— C. Everett Koop

#mention #poisoning #snake #snakes #talk

The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has been in existence for most of this century.

— C. Everett Koop

#been #carnegie #century #existence #foundation

The target audience goes back to conception. That means pre-natal care, safe delivery, post-natal screening, and the ordinary stuff you do in pediatrics.

— C. Everett Koop

#back #care #conception #delivery #goes

There are many stressed single parents who may be working two jobs in order to keep the family together.

— C. Everett Koop

#jobs #keep #many #may #order

When a child shows up for school, and is not physically and mentally ready to learn, he or she never catches up.

— C. Everett Koop

#child #learn #mentally #never #physically

You might expect that the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists would be there and they are.

— C. Everett Koop

#college #expect #might #would #you

About C. Everett Koop

C. Everett Koop Quotes

Did you know about C. Everett Koop?

D. Critical review of the site content revealed that many of the private care listings medicinal recommendations and medical trial referrals were paid advertisements. " Years later he and his wife wrote a book called Sometimes Mountains Move to help others who had lost a child.

According to the Associated Press "Koop was the only surgeon general to become a household name". He was a vice admiral in the Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and served as the 13th Surgeon General of the United States under President Ronald Reagan from 1982 to 1989. Charles Everett Koop MD (October 14 1916 – February 25 2013) was an American pediatric surgeon and public health administrator.

back to top