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August 24, 1940

Medical News

JAMA. 1940;115(8):622-625. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810340050017

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Changes in Health Officers.—  Dr. Hollis H. Buckelew, Little Rock, has been assigned as director of the Garland County health unit.—Dr.Kirk T. Mosley has returned as director of the Miller County health unit at Texarkana after completion of his study in public health at Harvard University, Boston.—Dr. Hugh Mobley, formerly of Wilson, has been appointed health officer for White County with offices in Searcy.

Sanatorium Building Program Completed.—  The Arkansas Tuberculosis Sanatorium held a dedication, July 4, to mark the completion of a building program that extended over nearly two years and involved an expenditure of about $2,500,000. Twenty-five new building units were constructed and equipped and repairs and additions were made to all old buildings that are to remain in use. The new buildings include a new hospital with 511 beds; a building for 118 ambulant patients; a "commons" building containing dining rooms and various service units; a nurses' home for 120 persons; two employees' dormitories with a capacity of seventy-two persons each; twelve

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