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July 3, 1943

Government Services

JAMA. 1943;122(10):688. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840270046020

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Food Rationing Problems of Hospitals  Leighton M. Arrowsmith, administrator of the St. John's Hospital in Brooklyn, has been appointed head of the hospital unit in the institutional user branch of the food rationing division, Office of Price Administration. Mr. Arrowsmith will be concerned principally with the food rationing problems of hospitals and similar institutions. He has been administrator of St. John's Hospital for fourteen years and during that time has been president of the Hospital Council of Brooklyn, president of the Greater New York Hospital Association and for the past three years president of the Hospital Bureau of Standards and Supplies. He is also active on the simplification and standardization committee of the American Hospital Association.

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