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July 31, 1937

Medical News

JAMA. 1937;109(5):363-367. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780310041016

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Dr. Hughes Named State Health Officer.—  Dr. Coit I. Hughes, Phoenix, was recently appointed state superintendent of public health for Arizona to succeed Dr. George C. Truman, Phoenix. Dr. Hughes graduated at the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1909.

Building Program at State Hospital.—  A building program has been approved at the state hospital in Phoenix which will cost about $228,000, of which $93,616 has been appropriated by the PWA, it is reported. Construction of the first unit in the project, a women's ward, began in June. This one story unit, costing about $82,311, will be of Spanish design.


Opening for Serologist and Medical Director.—  The Arkansas State Personnel Division announces examinations for the positions of serologist and medical director. For the serologist, no applications will be received after August 7 and applicants must be college graduates with a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science

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