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Of [ill] Internships to 1951 Graduates
T[ill] Surgeon General announces that 200 rotating internships[ill] (naval hospitals will be available to qualified medical school students who will graduate in 1951. Applications for the naval internships will be accepted beginning Dec. 19, 1950, in accordance with the Association of American Medical Colleges' cooperative plan for appointment of interns. However, a naval intern must meet all requirements for commission in the Medical Corps of the Naval Reserve; it is necessary, therefore, that applications for Naval Reserve commissions be submitted prior to December 19. Prospective applicants should visit the Naval Officer Procurement office nearest their homes as soon as possible and apply for a Naval Reserve commission, so that this application may be processed well in advance of Feb. 20, 1951, the deadline for notification of successful internship candidates. Internship candidates will be notified of their selection or nonselection for the program.
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1950;143(7):661–662. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910420049019
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