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November 23, 1907

Medical News

JAMA. 1907;XLIX(21):1780-1785. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530210052013

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Abstract

ARIZONA. 

Asylum Overcrowded.  —The Territorial Asylum for the Insane, Phoenix, with accommodation for 210 patients, is caring for 305, and similar crowded conditions are said to prevail in the other territorial institutions.

Personal.  —Superintendent Dr. Ray Ferguson of the Territorial Hospital for the Insane, Phoenix, was assaulted with an ax and seriously injured by a patient, October 31.—Dr. Francis E. Shine, Bisbee, has returned after a vacation in California.

Hospital Notes.  —The Shattuck-Denn Hospital, Bakerville, has been opened under the direction of Dr. D. E. Broderick and the employés of the two companies will now be taken care of at this institution. Associated with Dr. Broderick are Drs. F. R. Williams and E. F. Downs.—A contract has been let for the construction of the Arizona Copper Company's Hospital at Metcalf. The building is 56×36 feet and contains three large wards, operating room, nurses' quarters, etc. The cost of the building

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