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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-180

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180 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT If any In-Patient Clinical Clerk is by any cause prevented from attending temporarily to his duties he shall provide substitute approved by the Physician under whom he is serving Physicians' Assistant -He shall be qualified by some diploma to practise medicine and shall have served to the satisfaction of the physicians the office of In-Patient Clinical Clerk for the full period of six months He shall previously to his appoint- ment produce certificate of moral character to the satis- faction of the Committee of Management He shall before entering into the office pay the sum of 30 for board during his six months' residence in the Hospital The examination shall be both viva voce and written the former in anatomy and morbid anatomy the latter in materia medica toxicology practice of medicine and midwifery The most proficient candidate shall be elected The Physicians' Assistant shall visit the medical wards daily between the hours of ten and twelve accompany the physician during his visit and prescribe under his direc- tion shall see such patients in the evening as the Physician may think necessary and be responsible for the proper treat- ment of the medical cases If the Physicians' Assistant is by any cause prevented from attending temporarily to his duties he shall provide substitute approved by the Physicians of the Hospital Assistant House Physician -This officer ill not reside in the Hospital His duties are To supply the place of the Resident Physicians' Assistant during his necessary absence and to assist him when required To conduct all post- mortem inspections to make chemical and microscopical examinations to enter in post-mortem book the most im- portant particulars of the case during life opposite the description of the post-mortem and to be responsible for all instruments and apparatus entrusted to his care To attend in the Out-Patient department at one o'clock daily to occupy separate desk and see such patients as are allotted to him by the Physician in attendance
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