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March 11, 1950

GOVERNMENT SERVICES

JAMA. 1950;142(10):735-736. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910280043015

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Abstract

ARMY 

SPECIALISTS SELECTED FOR OVERSEA TRIPS  The Surgeon General has selected twenty-nine civilian physicians for participation in the Medical Department Overseas Consultant Program for 1950. The remaining spaces will be filled shortly. Two specialists have departed already on their missions, Dr. Walter M. Bartlett, internist, of Atlanta, Ga., to the Far East and Dr. Walter G. Maddock, Chicago, surgeon to Panama. Eight more consultants are scheduled for the Far East, and fourteen for the European Command. The following physicians are scheduled for overseas tours:

Far East Command:  March 8—Henry F. Ullrich, orthopedist, and Harry C. Hull, surgeon, both of Baltimore, and John H. Boyd, obstetrician-gynecologist, New York.May 10—Russell L. Haden, internist, Cleveland. July 5—John H. Lyons, surgeon, Washington, D. C., and Karl M. Bowman, neuropsychiatrist, San Francisco.Sept. 20—Garfield G. Duncan, internist, Philadelphia.Nov.

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