A six-story reenforced concrete hospital, with ninety-five foot frontage, is being built on Pine Street, between Jones and Taylor, by William F. McNutt, San Francisco, and will be ready for occupancy in October. It will be furnished with suitable operating rooms, roof garden and solarium, and will accommoate ninety patients.—The Roosevelt Polyclinic has been opened at 679 Broadway, San Francisco. The following are the heads of the departments: Surgery, Drs. Walter G. Harder and Charles A. Pauson, medicine, Drs. Ralph B. Scheier and Herbert I. Bloch; gynecology and obstetrics, Drs. George K. Herzog and Walter S. Johnson; genito-urinary diseases, Drs. Louis Gross and William Edwards; skin diseases, Dr. J. Cameron Pickett; diseases of the eye, ear and nose, Drs. Albert Cohen and Oscar Tobriner; pathology, Dr. Grace Sinforth.—The Southern Pacific Railroad Company is building a new $10,000 hospital at Dunsmuir, to be completed July 1.—Work is soon to
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