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February 25, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVI(8):598-602. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560080046018

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

New Sanatorium.  —Dr. Francis G. Dubose will remodel the old parsonage of the First Baptist Church, Selma, as a sanatorium to replace the Vaughan Memorial Hospital which was destroyed by fire, January 5. The reconstruction of the building is estimated to cost $12,000.

Personal.  —Drs. R. F. Lovelady and William W. Long, Birmingham, have been elected directors of the American Health and Accident Insurance Company.—Dr. William M. Jordan, Birmingham, who has been under treatment in Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, has returned home.—Dr. Carney G. Laslie has been elected health officer of Montgomery, vice Dr. Rufus L. Milligan, resigned.—Dr. William Y. White has been appointed health officer of Anniston, vice Dr. Thomas J. Brothers.—Dr. Thomas G. Howard, Selma, has been elected health officer of Dallas County.

ARKANSAS 

Personal.  —Drs. Early E. Scott, Magazine; James J. Smith, Paris, and William F.

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