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February 1, 1936

Government Services

JAMA. 1936;106(5):391. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770050047018

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Abstract

Public Health Service Needs Physicians  The U. S. Public Health Service will consider applications to fill a number of existing vacancies and also those which will occur about July 1 for second year medical interns. Physicians, not more than 30 years of age, who have graduated from a class A medical college and who have completed, or will shortly complete, one year's internship in an approved hospital are eligible. Applicants should be interested in the service as a career. Appointments effective on and after July 1 to vacancies at marine hospitals and the U. S. Narcotic Farm, Lexington, Ky., will carry a gross compensation of $1,800 a year, from which a deduction of $690 a year will be made if quarters, subsistence and laundry are furnished. Appointments to federal penal and correctional institutions will carry a gross compensation of $1,620 a year, from which an annual deduction of $240 will

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