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Changes in Health Officers.—
Dr. Ulys Jackson, Harrison, has been appointed medical director of district 14 of the state department of health, with headquarters in Marshall.— Dr. Earnest L. Thompson, Hot Springs National Park, has been appointed in charge of the Garland County health department, succeeding the late Dr. James F. Merrit.
The White County Medical Society was addressed September 14 in Searcy by Drs. Doyle W. Fulmer on "Malaria in Arkansas"; Barnett P. Briggs, "Respiratory Infections in Children," and Merlin J. Kilbury, "Changes in the Cervix and Uterus." All are of Little Rock.—At a meeting of the Ouachita County Medical Society in Camden September 1 the speakers were Drs. Raymond C. Cook and Kingsley W. Cosgrove, both of Little Rock, on "External Diseases of the Eye of Interest to the General Practitioner" and "The Ophthalmoscope and the General Practitioner" respectively.—Dr. Frederick H. Krock, Fort Smith, discussed
Medical News. JAMA. 1938;111(22):2021–2025. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790480051019
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