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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
Department of Defense Needs Physicians.—
Eighty-two medical officers are to be hired at Department of Defense establishments in California and Nevada during the next six months, the U. S. Civil Service Commission's office, 630 Sansome St., San Francisco reports. Most appointments will be made in general medicine and surgery, but needed also are specialists in occupational or industrial health and medicine; internal medicine and diagnosis; ophthalmology; obstetrics; roentgenology; pediatrics; ear, nose, and throat; and orthopedics. Positions are at government hospitals, supply centers, air stations, shipyards, test centers, and camps and bases. The vacancies are occasioned by the need to replace military personnel with civilian employees. Most of the medical officers will be full-time employees, although a few part-time positions will be filled. Applicants should be licensed, have completed an approved full rotating internship, and have had experience in the specialization applied for. Information and application forms may
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1955;158(1):74. doi:10.1001/jama.1955.02960010076029
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