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NAVY INTERNS IN CIVILIAN INSTITUTIONS
The first group of young medical officers in the reserve corps have reported to the approved hospitals indicated below for active duty as interns under the new medical training program. These officers, all lieutenants (jg), are graduates of class A medical schools and, on completion of their internship, will remain on active duty in the Navy for at least one year.McAlpin H. Arnold, Elberton, Ga., to Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore.William H. Brown, Newburgh, N. J., to City Hospital, Welfare Island, N. Y.James A. Christensen, Seattle, to Providence Hospital, Seattle.Roy Daugherty, San Antonio, Texas, to General Hospital, Kansas City, Mo.Robert Edwards, Lawrence, Kan., to the Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kan.John W. E. Fries, St. Louis, to St. Louis County Hospital, Clayton, Mo.George R. Hanson, Nampa,
GOVERNMENT SERVICES. JAMA. 1948;138(4):301–302. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02900040045012
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