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(From a Special Correspondent)Oct. 8, 1945.
Praise for Monmouth County, N. J., Medical Plan
Major Gen. Paul R. Hawley, acting Surgeon General of the Veterans Administration, has expressed his gratification over the Monmouth County, N. J., plan of cooperation with the Veterans Administration to provide medical service for ex-GIs in doctor-nurse shortage areas. He urged other counties and communities to work out their own plans for cooperating with the agency to serve the returning veterans. The Monmouth plan was presented by Dr. W. G. Herrman, past president of the Medical Society of New Jersey, and Dr. Granville Jones, president of the Monmouth County Medical Society. According to the plan the Veterans Administration will agree to certify all county medical society members to treat veterans. The executive committee of the society will select three screening clinics, each made up of five specialists, and all county veterans desiring medical treatment
ORGANIZATION SECTION. JAMA. 1945;129(7):523. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860410039015
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