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November 26, 1910

Medical News

JAMA. 1910;55(22):1900-1906. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.04330220044019

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Nurses Avert Panic.—  The intrepidity and quick action on the part of the nurses of the Nauheim Hospital, Oakland, averted a panic, when the oil tank and water tower of the hospital were destroyed by fire recently. The patients were removed without casualty.

Hospital Association Election.—  The board of directors of Santa Ana Hospital Association have organized and elected the following officers: president, Dr. Charles D. Ball; vicepresident, J. M. Raugh; secretary, Dr. Howard S. Gordon, and member of the board of control, Dr. John Wehrly.

Care for Tuberculosis Patients.—  A tract of 40 acres of the Tokayana ranch near Colfax has been purchased and will soon be occupied b colony of tuberculosis patients. Forty cottages are being erected, and it is expected that 100 more will be built later on. This will be known as the Tate Colony and will be under the charge of Dr. Robert A.

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