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January 2, 1954

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

JAMA. 1954;154(1):77. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02940350079024

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Abstract

ARMY 

Korean Officers to Study at Brooke Hospital.—  Six officers of the Republic of Korea Medical Corps have arrived at Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas, to spend six months observing medical and surgical techniques. Colonels Kim Hak Hyun and Oh Hi Su, who commanded the R. O. K. 5th and 15th Army hospitals, respectively, will observe methods of orthopedic surgery practiced at the hospital. Internal medicine will command the attention of Colonels Kim Nan Nym and Son Yong Su, who formerly headed the R. O. K. 3rd and 18th Army hospitals. The remaining two officers, Col. Kim Yong Eun and Lieut. Col. Lee Kyung Nak, will concentrate on general surgical methods at the hospital. Colonel Kim's last assignment was as deputy commandant of the R. O. K. Medical Field Service School, while Colonel Lee was formerly chief of professional services in the Office of the R. O.

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