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Consultants Visit Medical Installations.—
Five national consultants to the surgeon general recently visited Air Force medical installations in Europe, Alaska, and the Far East. In line with the surgeon general's policy, they rendered services on problem cases in their specialties and conducted lectures and teaching sessions.Dr. Elmer Hess visited installations in England, France, Germany, Greece, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, and Tripoli. Dr. Hess, a past-president of the American Medical Association, has been appointed chairman of the Health Resources Advisory Committee, Office of Defense Mobilization, and chairman of the National Advisory Committee, Selective Service System.Dr. Arthur Grollman, chairman, department of experimental medicine, Southwestern Medical School, University of Texas, and Dr. James H. Allen, chairman of the department of ophthalmology, University of Tulane School of Medicine, visited installations in Japan, Korea, Okinawa, Hawaii, and the Philippine Islands.Dr. Clair M. Kos, professor of otolaryngology, Iowa College of Medicine, State
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1957;165(7):857–858. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980250091024
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