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New Hospital at Montgomery.
—Ground was broken, April 2, for the new hospital of the Sisters of Charity at Montgomery, to cost $100,000.
Birmingham Medical College.
—At the graduating exercises of this college, March 28, Dr. Benjamin L. Wyman, dean of the college, conferred degrees on a class of 8, and Hon. John M. Caldwell, Anniston, delivered the address to the graduating class.
Medical College of Alabama.
—The forty-third annual commencement of this institution was held in Mobile, April 8. A class of 13 received diplomas from the dean, Dr. George A. Ketchum. The address was delivered by Prof. Julius Tutwiler Wright, Mobile, who chose for his subject "Criminology."
New Hillman Hospital.
—The arrangements for the erection of the New Hillman Hospital, Birmingham, are nearly completed. The association has already $33,000 in hand toward the $50,000 which will be required for the construction of the building. The Birmingham Medical
Medical News. JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(16):1012–1018. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480160034012
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