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June 24, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVI(25):1887-1894. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560250023018

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New Building for Hospital.  —St. Joseph's Hospital, Denver, announces that it is about to erect a new building with capacity for fifty patients.

Nurses' Association Opens Day Camp.  —The Visiting Nurses' Association of Denver has opened a day camp for babies on the grounds of the Bryant school. The undertaking is financed by the Rocky Mountain News.

Boulder Offers Sanatorium Site.  —The city of Boulder has offered a 40-acre site for the national sanatorium for consumptives contemplated by the Foresters of America. The sanatorium, as planned, will cost $250,000.


Isolation Hospital for Sheridan.  —Contract has been awarded for the erection of an isolation hospital at Fort Sheridan, to cost $21,000.

Memorial to Dr. Craig.  —Members of the Rock Island County Medical Society honored the memory of the late Dr. George Gorgas Craig of that city, June 13, by holding a memorial meeting at the Manufacturers' Hotel, Moline. The

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