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October 12, 1912

Physicians Wanted for the Yale Hospital in Changsha, Central China

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Physician in Charge, 156 Fifth Avenue, Room 1228, New York

JAMA. 1912;LIX(15):1391. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270100159025

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Abstract

To The Editor:  —The Yale Hospital in Changsha, Central China, needs two men for its staff in the summer of 1913. Men who have recently completed their internship in an American hospital and who wish for a large practical experience in medicine or surgery will find this a splendid opportunity. The last appointee writes that he has had three times as much experience in his first year there as he would have had in the United States.We have an up-to-date surgical equipment with a great deal of major surgery, and a large medical clinic with a good laboratory for research work. Our old hospital has forty beds, but we are soon to begin the construction of a new plant.The places are open for either a temporary or a permanent appointment, preferably the latter, and men who have received a Yale degree will be given preference. I shall be

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