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​Irisdeane Clairmonte Francis, Bible worker, director of Voice of Prophecy Bible Correspondence School, advocate for Christian education, church organizer, and preacher, was instrumental in the growth of Seventh-day Adventism in the Eastern Caribbean.

​Hadley Memorial Hospital served a densely populated, predominantly black, low-income section of Washington, D.C. It was the only Seventh-day Adventist hospital in the District of Columbia until it was sold in 1990.

​Daniel H. Kress was a leading Seventh-day Adventist physician, medical missionary, sanitarium director, antismoking crusader, and health reformer.

Lauretta Eby Kress, the first female physician to practice in Montgomery County, Maryland, was widely respected for her skill as an obstetrician and her expertise in women’s health and prenatal care. She and her husband, Daniel H. Kress, founded Adventist sanitariums and promoted public health in England, Australia, and the United States.