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February 26, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;LIV(9):712-718. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550350048008

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COLORADO 

Doctors' Building in Denver.  —The five-story building on Fourteenth and Champa streets, which is now nearing completion, is to be occupied above the first floor, exclusively by physicians and surgeons. Special laboratory and other office conveniences will be provided.

New Buildings for Hospitals.  —The overcrowded condition of the Denver County Hospital is to be relieved by the addition of a new wing to cost $90,000.—The main building at the county farm is to have an addition to cost $30,000. A building committee has been appointed with instructions to push the work.

State Hospital Crowded.  —The State Hospital for the Insane, Pueblo, with 920 patients, is overcrowded. It was maintained last year at a per capita cost of 41 cents per day. The Colorado Association of County Commissioners has unanimously urged the erection of another state hospital for the insane.

Personal.  —Dr. George H. Stover, Denver, has left for Molokai,

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