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March 10, 1945

Government Services

JAMA. 1945;127(10):609. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860100053018

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Abstract

Jack Masur Succeeds Dean Clark  Jack Masur, surgeon, U. S. Public Health Service Reserve, has been appointed chief medical officer in the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, Federal Security Agency, to succeed Dean A. Clark, senior surgeon, U. S. Public Health Service Reserve. Dr. Clark has been on leave of absence recently on a special project and will soon be transferred to a special assignment in the Office of the Surgeon General of the Public Health Service. Dr. Masur, who has been serving as assistant chief medical officer since April 1, 1944, had previously been assigned as hospital administration specialist to the U. S. Office of Civilian Defense. Victor H. Vogel, surgeon, U. S. Public Health Service, whose appointment as consultant in psychiatry was recently announced, has been assigned assistant chief medical officer. —

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