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Applications for Internships
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CA ON00343 TG fonds-TG 3-3.4
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- Toronto General Hospital. Office of the Assistant Superintendent, Medical
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11 cm of textual records and graphic materials.
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The Office of the Assistant Superintendent, Medical, preceded the Offices of the Assistant Director, Medical; Vice President, Ambulatory Care and Medical Affairs; and the Vice President, Medical Affairs, as the administrative office/administrator capable of conducting the medical management of the Toronto General Hospital.
When Dr. C.K. Clarke resigned in 1917 as Superintendent, he was replaced by a series of non-medical administrators. By 1919, with the appointment as Superintendent of Mr. C.J. Decker, it had become necessary to create a position for an administrator capable of conducting the medical management of the Hospital. In [1919?] Dr. E.A. Gray was appointed Assistant Superintendent, Medical, serving in this office until his resignation in December 1937. Dr. Gray was succeeded as Assistant Superintendent, Medical by Dr. F.A. Logan (January 1938-February 1942), Dr. C.B. Parker (February 1942-1947), Dr. J.E. Sharpe - serving simultaneously as TGH Superintendent (1947-1949), and Dr. H.S. Doyle (1949-June 1970).
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Sub-series consists of applications for positions on the intern staff, including academic transcripts, photographs, and personal and professional letters of reference.
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Files 3.34.1 to 3.34.8 are restricted for 120 years; please see file list for details.
File 3.34.9 is open.
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- Toronto General Hospital (Subject)
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University Health Network Archives
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Last updated: September 10, 2012. Added to Archeion October 22, 2012.