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February 10, 1951


JAMA. 1951;145(6):422-423. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920240058021

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Civilian Medical Consultants.—  Three civilian physicians have accepted appointments to committees of the Society of U. S. Medical Consultants in World War II, which will assist in providing medical consultation of the highest order to the Army Medical Service. The committees were appointed at a meeting of the society's advisory board in the office of the Surgeon General. Heading the committee which will concentrate on advising on assignment of consultants for Army hospitals in the United States is Dr. Joseph M. Hayman Jr., specialist in internal medicine, Cleveland. The overseas committee chairman is Dr. Alfred R. Shands, orthopedic surgeon, Wilmington, Del. Dr. John B. Flick, Philadelphia, will fill the general surgery position on the overseas committee. Still to be named are a neuropsychiatrist and a general surgeon for the Zone of Interior committee, and an internist and a neuropsychiatrist for the overseas committee. The aim of the Zone of

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