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September 5, 1936

Government Services

JAMA. 1936;107(10):800. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770360046019

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Abstract

Changes in Public Health Service  The appointments of the following physicians as assistant surgeons in the regular corps of the U. S. Public Health Service have been announced: Howard D. Fishburn, San Francisco; Theodore L. Perrin, Boston, and James G. Telfer, Miami, Fla. The following transfers in the service have also been reported:Passed Asst. Surg. Harold D. Lyman, relieved at Washington, D. C., and assigned to marine hospital, San Francisco.Passed Asst. Surg. Alfred J. Aselmeyer, relieved at Boston and assigned to Washington, D. C.Asst. Surg. Thomas T. Tomlinson Jr., relieved at New Orleans and assigned to National Institute of Health, Washington.Recent promotions in the service include Drs. Warren F. Draper and Lewis R. Thompson to medical director in the regular corps; Drs. John D. Reichard, Vance B. Murray and Thomas H. D. Griffitts, to senior surgeon in the regular corps.

Veterans' Administration to Build More Hospitals 

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