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November 5, 1955

MEDICAL NEWS

JAMA. 1955;159(10):1034-1040. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02960270054018
Abstract

CALIFORNIA 

District Health Officers Needed.—  Positions are available in Los Angeles City for physicians with training and experience in public health administration (salary range: $8,580-$10,668). A California license to practice medicine is required. For information, contact: Dr. George M. Uhl, Health Officer, Los Angeles City Health Department, 111 E. First St., Los Angeles 12.

New Headquarters for County Association.—  The Los Angeles County Medical Association recently dedicated its new headquarters building at 1925 Wilshire Blvd. The dedication address was delivered by Dr. Walter B. Martin, Norfolk, Va., at that time President of the American Medical Association. Dr. Ewing L. Turner, president of the Los Angeles association, acted as master of ceremonies. The association, which was founded by seven physicians on Jan. 1, 1871, in a room at the rear of Wollweber's drugstore, has grown to a membership of 6,400 and a staff of 45. The new $300,000 structure includes an

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