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November 2, 1940

Medical News

JAMA. 1940;115(18):1561-1563. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810440053015

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Examination for Director of Jefferson Hospital.—  Applications are now being received to fill the position of director of Jefferson Hospital, Birmingham. An announcement appeared in The Journal, October 19, page 1385, outlining the qualifications, but a later notice states that the age limit has been eliminated from the requirements, although the applicant must be not less than 32 years of age. The stipulation that previous experience shall have been in a hospital of at least 150 beds has also been eliminated, but the applicant must have had not less than five years' experience as administrator of an approved general hospital caring for both private and charity patients. The closing date for applications has been extended from October 25 to November 10. Information may be secured from the Personnel Board of Jefferson County, Room 520, Courthouse, Birmingham, or from Dr. William H. Walsh, consultant to the board, 612 North Michigan

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