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Hartman, George O.

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Mentioned in the 5/13/1941 Minutes of the Pima County Medical Society, 1904-1954 when he was accepted as a member of the PCMS. Is the Hartman mentioned in the 1936-03-10 minutes the same person? Arizona Medical Board record: George O. Hartman MD; license date: 4/2/1941; medical school: UNIV OF MD SCH OF MED, Baltimore, Maryland; graduation date: 06/01/1917.

J Am Med Assoc, May 1942; 119: 195: The Arizona Public Health Association held its annual meeting on March 13-14 in Tucson under the presidency of Robert A. Greene, Ph.D., Tucson. Among the speakers were Dr. Jerome E. Andes, Tucson, on "Chemical Substances Occasionally Introduced into Food by Accident" Dr. George O. Hartman, Tucson, "Bacterial Enteric Infections and Intoxications," and Dr. Sydney E. Sinclair, San Francisco, "A Pediatrician's Thoughts on Mental Hygiene."
J Am Med Assoc, Jul 1951; 146: 1239: ARIZONA. Pathologists and Radiologists Organize. -- At a recent meeting the Arizona Association of Pathologists and Radiologists voted to disband in order to allow the organization of separate groups for each specialty. The radiologists reorganized as the Arizona Radiological Society and elected Dr. Maurice R. Richter, Phoenix, president; Dr. Herbert D. Welsh, Tucson, vice president, and Dr. R. Lee Foster, Phoenix, secretary-treasurer. The pathologists organized the Arizona Society of Pathologists with the following officers: Dr. George O. Hartman, Tucson, president; Dr. Onie O. Williams, Phoenix, vice president, and Dr. Ralph H. Fuller, Tucson, secretary-treasurer.
JAMA, Nov 1984; 252: 2631: HARTMAN, George O., 94, Punta Gorda, Fla; University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1917; died March 5, 1984.
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