Texas State Journal of Medicine, Volume 29, Number 6, October 1933 Page: 36
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TEXAS STATE JOURNAL OF MEDICINE ADVERTISER
LUBBOCK SANITARIUM AND CLINIC
DR. J. T. KRUEGER DR. J. H. STILES C. E. HUNT
Surgery and Gynecology Surgery Superintendent
DR. J. T. HUTCHINSON DR. H. C. MAXWELL MISS SYLVIA JOHNSON, R. N.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat General Medicine Anaesthetist
DR. M. C. OVERTON DR. JEROME H. SMITH MRS. ELIZABETH SNIDER, R. N.
Pediatrics X-Ray and Pathology Anaesthetist
DR. J. P. LATTIMORE DR. OLAN KEY MRS. ANNA BARTON, R. N.
General Medicine Obstetrics Night Supervisor
DR. F. B. MALONE DR. A. L. BORCHARDT MISS J. KATHARINE BRATTON, R. N.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Urology and General Medicine Instructor of Nurses
MISS ALMYRA REAMS, R. N. J. H. FELTON
Director of Nurses Business Manager
COMPLETE X-RAY AND PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORIES, AND RADIUM
AND A CHARTERED TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES !S CONDUCTED IN CONNECTION WITH THE SANITARIUM
THE CEDARS MATERNITY SANITARIUM
SECLUSION HOME AND HOSPITAL
Privately operated, cheerful, homelike surroundings, for
unfortunate young women during gestation. Delightfully cool.
Ethical physicians and nurses, licensed.
Dallas-Fort Worth Interurban, Ravenia Stop
Phone 6-1207 Address 111 Ravenia Drive
Prices Reasonable Dallas, Texas
POSTGRADUATE COURSE LABORATORY COURSE
For Graduates in Medicine For Nurses and Graduates of High School
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Classes Limited to Six
A house doctor is appointed X-ray, Basal Metabolism, Electrocardiography
July 1st and January 1st and Physical Therapy
150 clinical patients daily provide material for classes. Positions with attractive salaries in hospitals and with group doctors
await qualified technicians.
For particulars regarding either course, write
CHICAGO EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT HOSPITAL, 231 West Washington Street, Chicago, Illinois.
Grace Lutheran Sanatorium
RI gSAN ANTONIO, TEXAS
DMITS patients irrespective of religion or creed. An at-
tractive institution in beautiful San Antonio. Climate un-
excelled the year round for treatment of tuberculosis. Private
rooms with bath and sleeping porch; individual cottages;
high-class accommodations; Radiographic and Fluoroscopic
service. Every room and cottage equipped with radio.
__ aFor booklet and information address
REV. PAUL F. HEIN, D. D., Superintendent
w . P. o. Box 214 San Antonio, Texas
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