Michael Abraham Shadid (1882 – August 13, 1966) was a Lebanese physician who founded the first medical cooperative in Elk City, Oklahoma in 1931. He was the first president of the Cooperative Health Federation of America, and an advocate for cooperative health care and preventive medicine.

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  • Michael Abraham Shadid (1882 – August 13, 1966) was a Lebanese physician who founded the first medical cooperative in Elk City, Oklahoma in 1931. He was the first president of the Cooperative Health Federation of America, and an advocate for cooperative health care and preventive medicine. (en)
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  • Michael Abraham Shadid (1882 – August 13, 1966) was a Lebanese physician who founded the first medical cooperative in Elk City, Oklahoma in 1931. He was the first president of the Cooperative Health Federation of America, and an advocate for cooperative health care and preventive medicine. (en)
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  • Michael Shadid (en)
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