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November 18, 1905

Medical News

JAMA. 1905;XLV(21):1578-1583. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510210048012

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Abstract

CALIFORNIA. 

Sanitarium Opened.  —The Loma Linda Sanitarium, near Redlands, a well-equipped branch of the Battle Creek Sanitarium, was opened to the public October 1.

Hospital Opened.  —The new hospital of the Santa Fe System, Los Angeles, a three-story building in mission style, erected at a cost of $80,000, was formally opened November 1.

October in the Hospitals.  —During October, 1,747 patients were treated at the five emergency hospitals in San Francisco. In the previous month 1,643 cases were treated, while in October, 1904, there were but 1,300 patients.

Hospital Association Meeting.  —At the annual meeting of the Santa Ana Hospital Association, Drs. Charles D. Ball, Frances M. Bruner, John L. Dryer, Howard S. Gordon, James R. Medlock, Willela Howe-Waffle and John Wehrly were elected directors, and the directors thereon organized by electing Dr. Dryer, president; Dr. Bruner, vice-president; Dr. Ball, secretary, and Dr. Gordon, treasurer.

Personal.  —Dr. Eleanora S. Yelland,

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