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May 28, 1938

Government Services

JAMA. 1938;110(22):1845. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790220047019

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Abstract

Vacancies for Senior Medical Interns  The U. S. Public Health Service announces a number of vacancies to occur about July 1 for second year medical interns. Any physician, not over 30 years of age, who has graduated from an accredited medical college and who has completed, or will shortly complete, one year's internship in an approved hospital is eligible to apply. No written examination is required. Only applicants who are interested in the service as a career should respond. Appointments are to be effective on or about July 1 to vacancies at marine hospitals and federal penal and correctional institutions. Candidates appointed for duty at marine hospitals will receive a gross pay of $1,800 each a year, from which a deduction of $690 annually will be made if quarters, subsistence and laundry are furnished. Candidates who are assigned to the federal penal and correctional institutions will receive $1,620 a year,

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