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August 28, 1909

Medical News

JAMA. 1909;LIII(9):722-728. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550090058010

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CALIFORNIA 

Personal.  —Dr. and Mrs. Peter A. Jordan, San Jose, have returned from Europe.—Dr. Antoinette M. Bennette, San Bernardino, has been appointed resident physician and superintendent of nurses at the county hospital.—Dr. Thomas G. Hesser, Folsom, was operated on for appendicitis at Wentworth Hospital, Sacramento, July 28.

Sanatorium Dedicated.  —The White Crusaders' Sanatorium for the Treatment of Patients Afflicted with Incipient Tuberculosis was dedicated July 16, at Alta. The site consists of 90 acres of wooded hillsides at an altitude of 3,600 feet, about one mile from Alta. The colony consists of eight buildings, grouped about the central sanatorium. In this building will be the dining-room, kitchen and general assembly room, and home of the resident physician. The sanatorium will accommodate thirty patients.

ILLINOIS  Chicago

Personal.  —Dr. S. Josephine McCollum, recent medical superintendent and for ten years anesthetist at Mary Thompson Hospital, has withdrawn, entered private practice, and will make

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