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January 1931

News and Comment

Am J Dis Child. 1931;41(1):161-162. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1931.01940070168021

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Abstract

GENERAL  Annual Meeting of American Orthopsychiatric Association.—The eighth annual meeting of the Association will be held at the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York, Feb. 20 to 21, 1931.Children's Division of Bellevue Hospital Transferred to New York University.—The Children's Medical Division of Bellevue Hospital, with practically the entire staff of the service, was transferred from Columbia University to New York University on July 1. This service has an average of about 140 patients. There are 6 wards, 1 each for the following groups: infants with infections; infants without infections; acutely ill older children; 1 each for boys and girls with chronic or subacute illness, and 1 for gonococcal infection complicated by other illness. A special ward for tuberculosis is under construction. Every bed is in a cubicle. In the near future the outpatient department will move into a new modern building with ample room for the large attendance. Most

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