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July 15, 1911

Medical News

JAMA. 1911;LVII(3):225-232. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260070229021

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Abstract

ALABAMA 

Personal.  —Dr. Merrick D. Thomas, Waverly, has been appointed clinical instructor in obstetrics in Birmingham Medical College.—Dr. George Rau, Tuscaioosa, has subleased the Tuscaloosa Infirmary and has assumed complete control of the institution.

Fresh Air Camp.  —The committee chosen from the Montgomery Antituberculosis League to examine sites for the fresh air camp has settled on a tract of land on the lower Wetumpka Road and hopes to close the deal at once. The league has about $1,000 at present in its treasury.

ARIZONA 

Personal.  —Dr. and Mrs. Francis H. Redewill, Phoenix, have returned from Europe.—Dr. George D. Troutman, Tucson, who recently underwent an operation in St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix, has recovered and resumed practice.

ARKANSAS 

Personal.  —Dr. John M. Taylor, Fort Smith, was operated on for appendicitis at St. Edward's Infirmary in that city, June 7.—Dr. Samuel E. Thompson has been appointed a member of the board of health

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