Zeinert, Oliver Bernard M.D.
The following data is extracted from Centennial History of Missouri.
Dr. Oliver Bernard Zeinert, a surgeon devoting his time to important hospital work as well as private practice, has been a lifelong resident of St. Louis county and has practiced in the city of St. Louis since his graduation from medical college. He was born May 29, 1885, in Ballwin, St. Louis county, a son of Dr. Charles B. and Margaret Zeinert. Spending his youthful days under the parental roof he attended the Kirkwood high school and then entered the University of Michigan in preparation for his professional career, winning his M. D. degree in 1907. Returning to St. Louis he has engaged in practice, specializing in surgery; was interne in the St. Louis City Female Hospital and was house surgeon in the Missouri Pacific Railway Hospital and is now visiting surgeon of that institution. When the country needed his aid he became a member of the medical corps of the United States Army and served overseas with Evacuation Hospital, No. 49, for a time and later with Evacuation Hospital, No. 27.
In his political views Dr. Zeinert is a republican. He belongs to the University Club and is highly esteemed by his professional colleagues and contemporaries in the St. Louis Medical, the Missouri State and the American Medical Associations.
Source: Centennial History of Missouri