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Fifty Year Service Pins.—
The Connecticut State Medical Society honored 26 fifty year members at a special ceremony during the society's annual dinner May 5 in New Britain. Dr. Samuel C. Harvey, New Haven, presented the service pins. The occasion marked the first time the society has extended formal recognition to its earliest living members. Among the twenty-six physicians is Dr. John C. Lynch, Bridgeport, who has been a member of the state medical society for sixty-two years. Dr. Charles J. Foote, New Haven, having joined the society in 1888, is second oldest, and third is Dr. William L. Higgins, South Coventry, who became a member in 1891.
Expand Facilities of Yale Plan Clinic.—
Connecticut's facilities for the care and study of alcoholism were recently expanded with the opening of a state-supported outpatient clinic in New Haven and reorganization of the Yale Plan Clinic. Along with the transfer of
Medical News. JAMA. 1949;140(6):546–549. doi:10.1001/jama.1949.02900410042015
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