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Examination for Reserve Corps of Public Health Service
The U. S. Public Health Service announces an examination for entrance into the Reserve Corps of the U. S. Public Health Service in the grade of assistant surgeon, to be held November 18. Boards will be appointed in various cities so as to avoid the necessity for travel, which if necessary must be made at the candidate's expense. Applicants must have graduated from reputable medical colleges and must have had at least one year's internship. They must not have passed their thirtieth birthday. Compensation will be $3,158 per year for an officer with dependents, $2,699 for one without dependents. Successful candidates will be ordered to active duty in the Reserve Corps, in which it is expected there will be vacancies soon after Jan 1, 1936; they will be eligible for examination for entrance into the regular corps when such examinations are held,
Government Services. JAMA. 1935;105(15):1200. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760410044020
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