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June 26, 1948


JAMA. 1948;137(9):796-797. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890430038014

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KOREAN INTERNS IN FOUR ARMY HOSPITALS  Following examinations held in May, sixteen Korean doctors, graduates of recognized hospitals, will soon begin serving internships at four Army hospitals maintained by the American occupation forces in Korea, Only doctors with a knowledge of English were eligible for these competitive examinations. Of the thirty-eight applicants, four are to be each assigned to the 34th General Hospital, Seoul; 382nd Station Hospital, Camp Ascom; 377th Station Hospital, Seoul, and the 71st Station Hospital at Pusan, where they will be given a one year rotating service. Among those cooperating in furthering this new step was Dr. John D. Bigger, a graduate of the University of Kansas and a missionary who has practiced Medicine in Korea for thirty-seven years. Dr. Bigger was a Japanese prisoner for six months at the start of the war, then went to Manila to engage in relief work, coming back

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