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February 8, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(6):405-409. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480060043012

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Abstract

CALIFORNIA. 

Banquet Dr. Fenger.  —A number of Los Angeles physicians gave an informal banquet at the Hotel Green, Pasadena, January 26, in honor of Dr. Christian Fenger, who has been visiting in Southern California. Dr. Norman Bridge was toastmaster, and among the speakers were Drs. J. H. McBride, Walter Lindley, George E. Abbott, F. F. Rowland, J. M. Radabaugh and F. B. Bullard.

Personal.  —Dr. Hiram A. Hess has been elected surgeon-incharge of the Pacific Hospital, San Francisco.—Dr. William W. Roblee and family, Riverside, have started on a trip to Europe.—Dr. William C. Hopper has been appointed resident physician of St. Mary's Hospital, San Francisco, vice Dr. Joseph W. Henry, resigned.—Dr. George H. Evans, San Francisco, secretary California State Medical Society, is in New York doing post-graduate work.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Central Dispensary and Emergency Hospital.  —At the meeting of the attending staff held February 1, the appointment of Dr.

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