Museum Searching For Former Patients Of Denver’s First African American Female Doctor – CBS Denver
DENVER (CBS4) – The search is on for former patients of a beloved Denver doctor who died in 1952. Dr. Justina Ford was the first licensed African American female doctor in Colorado. She overcame prejudice and discrimination.
Now, a big photoshoot is planned in front of a new mural that honors her.
She was known as the baby doctor. Dr. Ford delivered more than 7,000 babies in the Five Points neighborhood during her 50-year career.
Charlene Mozee is proud to be among them.
“Her being able to practice with opposition and all of that always stuck in my heart,” she said.
Charlene and her twin sister were born on Valentine’s Day 1946. Her…