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October 28, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLV(18):1332-1340. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510180048013

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Abstract

COLORADO. 

Staff for Moffat Road.  —Dr. Lewis F. Lemen, assisted by Dr. Hugh L. Taylor, has begun the work of organizing the medical and surgical department of the Moffat system. Denver to Have Emergency Hospital.—Denver is to build an emergency hospital in a central location, at a cost of $40,000. The new institution will be under the supervision of the city board of health, the commissioner of health being directly in charge.

New Editor.  —Dr. J. M. Blaine has resigned as secretary of the Colorado State Medical Society to become editor of Colorado Medicine, the official journal of the state society. Dr. Melville Black of Denver succeeds Dr. Blaine as secretary. Dr. Edward Jackson, formerly editor of Colorado Medicine, retires from the editorial position, but remains on the publication committee.

CONNECTICUT. 

Money for Hospitals.  —By the will of Elbert A. Woodward $5,000 is bequeathed to Norwalk Hospital for the endowment

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