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June 23, 1956


JAMA. 1956;161(8):732-733. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970080062019

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At the 105th Annual Meeting of the American Medical Association in Chicago the House of Delegates elected Dr. David Bacharach Allman, a surgeon from Atlantic City, N. J., to be the President-Elect. Born in Philadelphia, July 11, 1891, his family later moved to Atlantic City, where he spent his boyhood and received his elementary and high school education and where he still resides. Dr. Allman graduated from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and became resident physician at the Atlantic City Hospital for one year. He then established his office in Atlantic City, where he has been in practice ever since.

Dr. Allman was surgical director of the Atlantic City Hospital for many years (he resigned in 1955), medical director and vice-chairman of the board of the Betty Bacharach Home for Afflicted Children, consulting surgeon to the Atlantic County Hospital for Tuberculosis, and consulting surgeon to the Atlantic City Hospital for

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