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July 27, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(4):283-290. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270070282019

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State Association Meeting.  —The Idaho State Medical Association met in Portland, Ore., together with the state associations of Washington and Oregon, July 5-6. Dr. J. W. Gue, Caldwell, was elected president; Dr. F. W. Mitchell, Blackfoot, vice-president, and Dr. E. E. Maxey, Boise, secretary-treasurer (reelected). The next meeting will be held in Twin Falls.


School Physicians for Peoria.  —The school board of Peoria has decided to employ seventeen physicians as school inspectors thus providing for one inspection a week of each school child.

Dunning Now State Hospital.  —Cook County Institutions, Dunning, for many years the county poor farm and insane hospital, on its transfer to the state of Illinois became the Chicago State Hospital.

Hospital for Peru.  —At a meeting of the Peru Hospital Association, July 10, plans were presented for the new hospital, which is to be four stories in height and is to cost between $60,000

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