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January 23, 1932


JAMA. 1932;98(4):329-330. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730300059022

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The New Graduate Medical School  The foundation, under government support, of a graduate medical school in London, where the vast teaching resources of the metropolis would be centralized, has been announced in previous letters. The announcement that applications will be received for the post of dean is made the occasion of a review by the governing body of the progress made. In April, 1930, the government announced that it accepted the recommendations for the organization of a hospital and school devoted solely to postgraduate education, made by a representative committee of the medical profession. The organization consists of a municipal hospital of 400 beds, the Hammersmith Hospital, and a new medical school to be built in conjunction with it at a cost of $1,250,000. As no endowment of the school was in sight, a further sum would be required for maintenance. The government was so impressed with the importance of

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