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January 18, 1913

Medical News

JAMA. 1913;60(3):214-222. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340030044020

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New Hospital Ready  —The management of the new Bessemer Hospital announces that it will be ready to receive patients this month.

Professional Tax Raised  —The special tax of the medical, legal and dental professions was raised at a recent meeting of the Florence city council from $18 to $25, despite the protest of representatives from the various professions.

Personal  —Dr. R. F. Lovelady has been elected president and Dr. E. P. Hogan secretary of the board of control of Hillman Hospital, Birmingham.—Dr. L. W. Grove, Mobile, has been appointed a member of the medical staff of Bryce Hospital, Tuscaloosa.—Drs. S. P. Hand and E. B. Bailey have opened an infirmary at Demopolis in the residence of the late Dr. Goodloe.


New Sanatorium at Hot Springs  —The contract for the construction of the new Leo W. Levy Memorial Sanatorium to be erected at Hot Springs at a cost of

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