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October 21, 1944

Government Services

JAMA. 1944;126(8):509. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850430043018

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Medical Director of Public Health District Appointed  Dr. Otis L. Anderson, Washington, has been appointed medical director of district number 4 of the U. S. Public Health Service, with headquarters at New Orleans, to succeed Dr. Charles L. Williams, who recently went to Washington to become director of the Bureau of States Services (The Journal, September 9, p. 117).

Rotating Internships and Residencies  Applications are now being accepted to fill positions as rotating interns and psychiatric residents at St. Elizabeths Hospital, the federal institution for the treatment of mental disorders in Washington, D. C. The positions pay $2,433 a year, including overtime pay. The internship consists of nine months of rotating service including medicine, surgery, pediatrics (affiliation), obstetrics (affiliation) and, as conditions permit, psychiatry and laboratory. Applicants must be third or fourth year students in an approved medical school. Psychiatric resident positions consist of nine months in psychiatry. Applications must

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