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November 15, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXIX(20):1262-1267. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480460040012

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ALABAMA.  Alabama Medical College, Mobile, formally opened for the session of 1902-1903 with an address by the dean, Dr. George A. Ketchum, October 10.

Personal.  —Dr. James M. Tubb, Bessemer, has been appointed company physician at the coal mines at Virginia.-Dr. Eugene D. Bondurant, Mobile, has been appointed a trustee of the Alabama Insane Asylum.—Dr. William M. Jordan, Birmingham, has become associated with Drs. J. D. S. Davis and W. E. B. Davis.

Birmingham Medical College Opens.  —The ninth annual session of this college was opened, October 1, in the new college building, which has just been completed at a cost of $30,000. Dr. Benjamin L. Wyman, dean of the college, delivered the opening address, and addresses were also made by President A. P. Montague of Howard College, and Drs. W. E. B. Davis and R. M. Cunningham.


Maternity Re-opened.  —The Denver Maternity and Woman's Hospital was re-opened, November

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