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March 31, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVI(13):962-971. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02510400040014

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Hospital Dedicated.  —The Memorial Methodist Hospital, Mattoon, was formally dedicated and opened to the public, March 15.

Hospital Corps for Third Infantry.  —Lieut, Robert C. Bourland, assistant surgeon, Third Infantry, I. N. G., Rockford, is organizing a hospital corps for that regiment.

Hospital for Oak Park.  —A hospital to cost $100,000 is to be erected at the northeast corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Monroe Street, Oak Park, for the Sisters of Misericordia.

Physicians Acquitted.  —Drs. Harry B. Vanatta, Lerna, and P. M. Little, Janesville, charged with manslaughter, were acquitted in the Effingham County Circuit Court, March 22.

St. Francis Hospital to Have New Building.  —The increasing demands on St. Francis Hospital, Evanston, have necessitated the erection of a new building, which will have a frontage of 216 feet, will be five stories in height, will be equipped with all modern appliances and will cost $100,000.

New Medical Association.  —Physicians

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