Hays, George Augustus

Master pnID: 
AMH-PN1554
History of Arizona medicine; collections of Orville Harry Brown, M.D. [AHSL Special Collections WZ 70 AA7 H673]: 
volume 3, page(s) 222
Degree|Title|Profession: 
MD
Residence(s): 
Jefferson City MO
Residence(s): 
Phoenix
Residence(s): 
Flint MI
See History of Arizona medicine; collections of Orville Harry Brown, M.D. [AHSL Special Collections WZ 70 AA7 H673]: name appears as "Hayes."

J Am Med Assoc, Oct 1935; 105: 1196: Arizona. Dr. George A. Hays, formerly with the Missouri State Board of Health, Jefferson City, has been appointed state epidemiologist of Arizona, succeeding Dr. Hugh F. Stanton, resigned. Dr. Hays is a member of the U. S. Public Health Service. He graduated from the University of Arkansas School of Medicine in 1918.
J Am Med Assoc, Jun 1937; 108: 2045: Appointments to State Health Department. -- Dr. Alvy N. Crain, Phoenix, formerly director of the Maricopa County health unit, has been appointed director of local health administration of the state department of health, succeeding Dr. George A. Hays; Dr. Jack B. Eason, Yuma, has been placed in charge of the bureau of maternal and child health. Dr. Crain graduated at the University of Louisville School of Medicine in 1913. Dr. Eason graduated at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, in 1930.
J Am Med Assoc, Sep 1937; 109: 962: Michigan. Dr. George A. Hays, formerly state director of the local health administration of Arizona, Phoenix, has been appointed health officer of Flint.
JAMA, Jun 1969; 208: 1715: Hays, George Augustus; Flint, Mich; Arkansas, 1918; veteran of World Wars I and II, serving with the US Public Health Service; died Feb 26, aged 80, of myocardial infarction.

Same person?
J Am Med Assoc, Aug 1945; 128: 1039 - 1040: ALASKA. New Commissioner of Health of Alaska. -- Dr. Conrad Earl Albrecht was recently placed on inactive status in the Army to become commissioner of health for the Territory of Alaska, effective July 1. ... Dr. George A. Hays has been executive director of the Territorial Department of Health since his loan from the U. S. Public, Health Service in the fall of 1942. Northwest Medicine credits Dr. Hays with accomplishing numerous medical improvements in Alaska during his service. The 150 bed hospital at Skagway belonging to the Northwest Service Command and valued at about one million dollars was turned over to the territory without cost through Dr. Hays' efforts. The hospital is now functioning for white persons as well as for natives, and the Alaska Office for Indian Affairs has made an appropriation of $200,000 to assist in the work.
J Am Med Assoc, Oct 1945; 129: 564: North Carolina. Dr. George A. Hays, who recently returned, to the United States from Alaska, where he was executive director of the Territorial Department of Health, has been placed in charge of the Charlotte Health Department pending the appointment of a successor to Dr. William R. Cameron.
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