November 24, 1906

Medical News

JAMA. 1906;XLVII(21):1745-1751. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520210053012

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Open-Air Ward for Tuberculosis.  —The open-air treatment for consumptives will be the important feature of the Municipal Hospital, Washington, which is to be located near the District line on a 30-acre site of pine land. Dr. George M. Kober plans a roof garden covering the entire top of the building, open on three sides and protected on the north by a brick wall with ample windows for the admission of fresh air and sunshine. The buildings are all to face the south, and the pavilion will be large enough to accommodate 60 patients.

Personal.  —The following appointments have been made in the Medical Department of the George Washington University: Professor of nervous diseases and clinical director of the Governmental Hospital for the Insane, Dr. Charles H. Clark; professor of physiology, Shepherd I. Franz, Ph.D., pathologic physiologist at the McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass.—Dr. J. Ford Thompson, Washington, was

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