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November 30, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(22):1980-1987. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270110392017


New Society.  —The Greenlee Country Medical Society was organized October 19 with a charter membership of fourteen: Dr. A. M. Tuthill, Morenci, President; Dr. E. R. McPheeters, Clifton, vice-president; Dr. Edward N. Reed, Clifton, secretary, and Dr. L. A. W. Burtch, Clifton, Treasurer.

New Hospitals.  —Ground was broken November 5 at Safford for the Arizona Sanatorium, which is to cost about $125,000.—The new administration building of the Arizona State Insane Hospital, Phoenix, a two-story and basement building of concrete and brick construction, fire-proof and offering accommodation for the executive officers and living quarters for the superintendent, has been turned over to the state.

Personal.  —Dr. and Mrs. Francis H. Redewill, Phoenix, have returned after a ten-thousand-mile automobile trip.—Dr. II.