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October 3, 1942

Government Services

JAMA. 1942;120(5):384. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830400058022

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Dr. Seeger Named Industrial Hygiene Consultant  Dr. Stanley J. Seeger, Texarkana, Texas, chairman of the Council on Industrial Health of the American Medical Association, has been named consultant to thedivision of industrial hygiene of the National Institute of Health, according to Industrial Hygiene. Dr. Seeger will maintain contact with the state and county medical societies to acquaint physicians with the growing importance and demands of practice.

Census Bureau Provides Health Services for Employees  A health program providing extensive medical facilities for its employees has been inaugurated by the Census Bureau in its new building at Suitland, Md., according to the Washington Star. Dr. Leon Schwartz of the U. S. Public Health Service is in charge. Preplacement physical examinations will be made, supplementing those required for employment by the Civil Service Commission. Illnesses or injuries that develop during the day's work will be treated. Advice will be given to employees, but

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