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Vacancies in the United States Public Health Service.—Appointments to fill vacancies in the Reserve Corps of the United States Public Health Service are now being made, and examinations for appointments to the Regular Corps will be held in April and May, Surgeon General Thomas Parran announced today.
Pay and allowances, established by law, are identical with those for medical officers of the Army. All traveling expenses, including travel to the first station, are paid by the Service.
In announcing the recruitment campaign, Dr. Parran stated that the opportunities for professional growth and development are almost limitless. There is clinical work in Public Health Service hospitals throughout the country. Opportunities for research exist in both laboratory and field.
Appointments to the Reserve Corps are made on a basis of review of data furnished by the applicant. Physical examination is required.
Appointments to the Regular Corps require appearance before
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