Medicine: Mobilization

The old-fashioned family physician has long since given place to the specialist. Now the specialist is finding place in the medical group. All the ills that flesh is heir to can soon be treated in one great clearing house: The New York Medical Centre, towering on the Northern tip of Manhattan. Twenty acres are its base, from 165th to 168th St., from Broadway to the Hudson River; twenty-two stories measure its majestic height; twenty millions of dollars have already gone into its construction and equipment; twenty years it has been planning; in this...

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