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September 7, 1912

Medical News

JAMA. 1912;LIX(10):810-815. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270090054019

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Accidents.  —Dr. John L. Stockdale, Stockdale, fell at his home August 8, fracturing his right hip.—Dr. R. B. Nelson, health officer of Birmingham, fractured his leg while exercising at the Athletic Club, recently.

Hospital Plans Completed.  —The plans for the new hospital at Bessemer have been completed and the institution is to [ill] known as the Elizabeth Duncan Memorial Hospital, in memory of the mother of Dr. T. F. Robinson. Work on the erection of the new building will be started very soon.

Personal.  —Dr. C. A. Crote, Greensboro, has been appointed a field worker for the State Board of Health under the Hookworm Commission.—Dr. R. V. Taylor, Jr., Mobile, has started for his new field of work in the Baptist Hospital at Yang Chow, China.—Dr. A. W. Cawthorn, Selma, is reported to be critically ill with cerebral hemorrhage.

Approves Bond Issue for Hospital.  —The Jefferson County Medical Society