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February 16, 1946

Special Article

JAMA. 1946;130(7):403-404. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870070023006

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Abstract

NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR PHYSICIANS IN THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION  MAJOR GENERAL PAUL R. HAWLEYChief Medical Director, U. S. Veterans Administration United States ArmyWith the demobilization of our armed forces approximately 15 million more Americans will become eligible for the medical care offered by the Veterans Administration. When the 15 million veterans in the process of demobilization are added to the 4 million veterans of previous wars, it becomes evident that the medical task of the Veterans Administration is both a challenge and an opportunity. It is a challenge to the nation to provide efficient and advanced medical care to those who have given so much for their fellowmen, and it is an opportunity for the physicians of our country to become part of a medical organization which offers unparalleled opportunities for satisfying medical prac

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