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May 13, 1950

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

JAMA. 1950;143(2):187-188. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910370037016

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Abstract

NAVY 

OPENINGS AVAILABLE IN INTERN PROGRAM  Applications are still being accepted from qualified candidates interested in intern training in civilian hospitals under the Navy's Intern Program. Appointments to lieutenant (junior grade) in the Medical Corps of the Naval Reserve are provided, and the intern receives his training at the activity of his own selection while receiving the pay of a naval officer of that grade. When ordered to duty at a Naval medical activity on completion of training the doctor also qualifies for an additional compensation of $100 per month over and above his pay and allowances. Other benefits to be obtained are a $250 uniform allowance, reimbursement of transportation costs for dependents and household effects from their home to station of duty, retirement benefits and an opportunity for later advanced professional training.The prospective candidate must be a graduate of an approved medical school, must have contracted for

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