Overton, James Bertram

Master pnID: 
AMH-PN2770
Degree|Title|Profession: 
MD
J Am Med Assoc, Aug 1945; 128: 1121: James Bertram Overton, Talmage, Calif. ; Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, 1931 ; began active duty as a captain in the medical corps, Army of the United States, on Nov. 13, 1942 ; assigned to chief neuropsychiatric service at Stockton ; transferred to several other fields, serving also at Denver; relieved from active duty because of physical disqualification on June 25, 1944 ; honorably discharged Dec. 21, 1944; at one time associated with the U. S. Public Health Service Reserve; interned at the State of Wisconsin General Hospital in Madison and Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore; interned at the Evansville (Ind.) State Hospital, where he also served a residency; served a residency at the Arizona State Hospital, Phoenix, New Mexico State Hospital, Las Vegas, Weston State Hospital, Weston, W. Ya., Utah State Hospital, Provo, and at the Mendocino State Hospital, where he had been a member of the regular staff ; died in Ukiah March 28, aged 40, of cerebral hemorrhage.
Last updated Jun 25, 2014 by memcinto