To promote our upcoming program, St. Francis Health of Mooresville loaned several really cool, authentic medical apparatuses (or apparatus--both plurals are grammatical, says Merriam-Webster), including an antique gurney (ca. 1920s), triage dividing curtain (styled ca. 1940s, although the fabric is a more modern synthetic, and the framing aluminum), skeleton (ca. 1960s), a see-through hand (ca. 1980s), and some other replicas of bones (your guess is as good as mine).
(late 1940s, but before the name change in 1948)