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—The contracts for building the new French Hospital, Los Angeles, have been awarded. The building will cost about $10,000.
—Ground was broken, November 4, for the new Emergency Hospital, Los Angeles, which is to be erected at a cost of $50,000.
—Dr. A. W. Hitt, formerly of Chicago, has located in Geyserville.—Dr. Theodore F. Johnson, National City, has been appointed coroner of San Diego County, vice Dr. Horace P. Woodward, Escondido, deceased.—Dr. James W. Clark, Santa Rosa, sustained a fracture of the scapula and other injuries by being thrown from his buggy, November 17.
St. Elmo's Hospital Closed.
—By order of Dr. Frederick W. Hatch, State Superintendent of Hospitals, the license of the St. Elmo Hospital and Sanatorium, San Francisco, has been suspended, on the ground that too much division of authority between the medical and business heads has existed and does exist, and
Medical News. JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(22):1470–1475. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470480040013
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