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September 20, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(12):707-711. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480380043013

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Abstract

ALABAMA.  Birmingham Medical College has nearly completed the new building and will be ready to receive students at the open ing of the college year, October 1.

Infirmary Almost Ready.  —The New Providence Infirmary, Mobile, which has been erected at a cost of about $100,000 and has been constructed in accordance with the most advanced hygienic ideas, is almost ready to receive patients.

Personal.  —Dr. Nicholas D. Richardson, Athens, has received an appointment in the U. S. Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service and will be stationed at Angel Island, Cal. —Dr. Arthur M. Brown, Birmingham, was given a banquet by prominent local colored citizens and physicians, August 26. He has located in Chicago for practice.

Florence Healthy.  —On account of reports circulated through the northern part of the state that typhoid fever and other diseases were epidemic in Florence, an investigation was ordered by the authorities. The health officer reports

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