Dutch physician; born at The Hague July 4, 1762; died at Amsterdam 1847. He was educated at the University of Leyden, graduating (M.D.) in 1784. From 1785 to 1800 he practised in his native city. In the latter year he removed to Amsterdam, where for many years he belonged to the board of health, and where he practised for the remainder of his life.
Heilbron is the author of: "Verhandeling over het Bezigen van Purgeermiddelen in de Borstziekten," 1790; "Verhandeling over de Oorzaken van het Beslag op de Tong," 1795, German transl. 1795; "Verhandeling over de Ziekteteekenen uit deOogen in Heete Ziekten," 1798; "Verhandeling over de Teekens of Verschijnselen der Oogen in Sleepende Ziekten," 1801; "Verhandeling over de Middelen Tegen de Besmetting van de Ware Veepest," 1824.
- Hirsch, Biog. Lex. Vienna, 1884.