August 31, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(9):728-733. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270080410014

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Personal.  —Dr. J. C. Hughes, Walnut Ridge, was shot at from ambush while riding along a country road August 4. but fortunately was uninjured.—Dr. C. R. Doyne, Conway, has been appointed assistant physician in the State Hospital for Nervous Diseases.—Dr. H. L. Routh, Batavia, who was seriously injured in a runaway accident a few weeks ago, is reported to be convalescing.—Dr. William J. Manglesdorf has been appointed city chemist of Little Rock, vice Dr. C. H. Hoffman, resigned.

New Hospitals.  —The new State Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Little Rock, is now completed and will accommodate 150 patients.—The Fayetteville City Hospital is almost completed and will soon be ready to receive patients. The site for the hospital was donated by the will of S. K. Stone. The building is a two-story brick structure, on the first floor of which there are four four-bed wards. On the second floor

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