May 10, 1913

Medical News

JAMA. 1913;60(19):1467-1475. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340190061017

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New Officers.  —Solano County Medical Society, at the Vallejo General Hospital: president, Dr. W. S. S. Young; secretary, Dr. A. V. Doran, both of Vallejo.

New Building for Polyclinic.  —The San Francisco Polyclinic has broken ground for a new building near Jackson and Polk Streets, adjoining the Tuberculosis Clinic.

To Require Intern Year.  —At a recent meeting of the medical board of Leland Stanford Junior University, it was voted that a fifth or hospital intern year be required, prior to granting the degree of M.D., this requirement to begin with the class entering in 1914.


State Society to Meet.  —The fortieth annual meeting of the Florida Medical Association will be held in Miami, May 16-18.

Jacksonville Medical Association.  —At a meeting of Jacksonville physicians, April 10, a local association was formed, of which Dr. S. E. Sissons was elected temporary chairman and Dr. Martin H. Smith, temporary secretary.


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