Concerns about letter sent by Mr. Smith to Weinheimer - Correspondence: Lanpher to Smith

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  • This letter was written by Mr. Burt Lanpher, Executive Director of the National Association of Physician's Assistants (NAPA), to Mr. Robert G. Smith, Executive Secretary of the Wyoming State Medical Society, on September 7, 1972 to express the NAPA's concern about recognizing a certificate from the American Association of Physician's Assistants. Mr. Lanpher states the origins of the NAPA noting that all members are graduates of the USPHS Hospital PA training program in Staten Island, NY. He provides information about the American Academy of Physicians' Associates and suggests that both organizations are made up of "qualified" members who are "eminently skilled and employable any place in the nation." Mr. Lanpher copies his letter to Mr. John Braun of the American Academy of Physicians' Associate who, in turn, sends the letter to Thomas Godkins, the Academy's president, for response.
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  • Clara Vanderbilt papers
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