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September 14, 1946

Medical News

JAMA. 1946;132(2):93-96. doi:10.1001/jama.1946.02870370039015

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Changes in Health Personnel.—  Dr. William E. Turner, San Jose, has been named health officer of Santa Clara County, succeeding Dr. Cecil M. Burchfiel, San Jose, who will devote his entire time to private practice.—Dr. James D. Coulter has been chosen health officer of the newly incorporated city of Portola, Plumas County.

Executive Secretary for San Diego County.—  Mr. Kenneth Young, San Diego, has been appointed executive secretary of the San Diego County Medical Society, effective early in September. Mr. Young was associated with an investment group, and served as branch manager in an oil company. He was in the intelligence division and when discharged was immediately reemployed as a civilian intelligence officer.

Personal.—  William W. Greulich, Ph.D., professor of anatomy, Stanford University, and director of the Brush Foundation, Cleveland, will spend the autumn quarter in Australia and New Zealand visiting the universities and medical schools of those countries. He plans to return to the United States in late December.-Dr. Merle E. Cosand, formerly of

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