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July 6, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(1):43-47. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270070045018

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New Hospital for Antituberculosis Camp.  —An eleventh cottage for white patients is in course of construction at the camp of the Montgomery Antituberculosis League. The cottage was donated by the heirs of Dr. and Mrs. Jackson, and will be known as the Jackson Memorial Cottage.

New City Hospital for Mobile.  —The city council of Mobile has undertaken to renovate and enlarge the City Hospital. Three new wards will be added and the old building will be remodeled throughout. Accommodation will be provided for two hundred patients and special provisions will be made for communicable diseases and for patients suffering from acute mental and nervous diseases. The medical direction of the hospital is to be in charge of the faculty of the University of Alabama and the patients will be available for clinical teaching.


New Medical Board Officers.  —At the meeting for organization of the Arizona Board of Medical

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