MEDICAL SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES

1902 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
Below is given a brief description of every college in the United States that is legally chartered to confer the degree of doctor of medicine and whose diploma is recognized by at least one state licensing board. The list includes the sectarian as well as the regular colleges, as their graduates are physicians in the eyes of the law. The order in which the colleges are placed is according to date of organization, grouped in cities. The information given is, as a rule, obtained from the catalogs
more » ... d from the catalogs and has been submitted to the dean of each school for his inspection and approval. Colleges which belong to the Southern Medical College Association or the Association of American Medical Colleges have requirements for admission of students according to the rules of these Associations, unless their requirements are higher, in which case a statement is made to that effect. Extracts from these rules are given at the close of the list of colleges. ALABAMA. school was incorporated in 1894 and is situated in Birmingham, a manufacturing town of 38,415. The clinical advantages are good. The Hillman, St. Vin¬ cent's, Pratt and County hospitals are accessible to the students. The clinical, histological and pathological laboratories are well equipped. There are 12 professors and 8 lecturers ; total, 20. The school is a member of the Southern Medical College Association. The course of instruction is a graded one and embraces four sep¬ arate sessions of six months each. The fees are $75 for each of the first three years and $105 for the fourth. Good board can be
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