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REPORT 

ON 

CHARITY HOSPITAL 
OF LOUISIANA 

AT 
NEW ORLEANS 

JULY 1, 1957 TO JUNE 30, 195S 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 

DIRECTOR 






* 




*«p 





HIS EXCELLENCY EAKL K. LONG 
Governor of Louisiana and Ex-offkio President Board of Administrators 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 
Director 




DON L. PETERSON, D.D.S. 



ADOLPH A. FLORES, M.D. 




A. P. RICHARD II 




GEORGE VAN KUREN 




MARTIN 0. MILLER, M.D. 




JOHN E. CLAYTON, M.D. 





JAMES M. CIARAVELLA, M.D. WILLARD A. ELLENDER, M.D. 





LOUIS E. THOMAS, JR. LUCIEN T. VIVIAN 

Member Board of Administrators 




EUFUS LANDRY, SR. 




LEO A. MILLET 
Secretary-Treasurer 




MRS. ILA H. SLATER, K.N. 




MRS. JAMES O'CONNOR 




Aerial View of Charity Hospital Group (Circle) Made in 1940 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1958 



His Excellency Governor Earl K. Long, Ex-Officio President 

Honorable Don L. Peterson, D.D.S., Vice-President 

Honorable Leo J. Kerne, M.D., Director 

Honorable Jaroe* M. Ciaravella, M.D. 

Honorable John E. Clayton, M.D. 

Honorable William H. Cook, M.D. 

Honorable Willard A. Ellender, M.D. 

Honorable Rufus Landry, Sr. 

Honorable Martin O. Miller, M.D. 

Honorable Mra. James O'Connor 

Honorable Warren Roussel 

Honorable Mra. 11a H. Slater, R.N. 

Honorable Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

Honorable George Van Kuren 

Honorable Lucien T. Vivian 



COMMITTEES 
Finance Home 

Louis E. Thomas, Jr., Chairman Lucien T. Vivian, Chairman 

William H. Cook, M.D. George Van Kuren, Vice-Chairman 

* -r \r*_* - James M. Ciaravella, M.D. 
Lucien 1. Vivian 

-,,-. John E. Clayton, M.D. 

Mrs. James O Connor .. . _,_ 



Rufus J. Landry, Sr. 



Mrs. James O'Connor 
Ila H. Slater, R.N. 
Warren Roussel LouU E Thomas, Jr 

George Van Kuren Warren Roussel 

M. O. Miller, M.D. 

Medical 
Martin O. Miller, M.D., Chairman 
James M. Ciaravella, M.D. 
John E. Clayton, M.D. 
William H. Cook, M.D. 
Willard A. Ellender, M.D. 
Ila H. Slater, R.N. 
Lucien T. Vivian 

Interdepartmental Committee 
Mrs. Ila H. Slater, R.N., Chairman 
James M. Ciaravella, M.D. 
Mrs. James O'Connor 
Lucien T. Vivian 
M.O. Miller, M.D. 
George Van Kuren 
Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

ANNUAL REPORT 

FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 1957 TO JUNE 30, 19S8 

INDEX 

Administrators, Board of n 

Department Staff ,, 

Resident Doctors Staff , J 

Intern Staff "" i«* 

Extern Staff - % = 

Visiting Doctors Staff "" ti 

Vice President and Directors' Joint Report kS 

Directors Statistical Report (Bed Capacity)' 54 

Secretary-Treasurer's Report 5? 

Purchasing' Department Report.... 104 

Personnel Department Report in? 

Ambulance Service Report... "" 10r 

Sisters Division Report: " " 

Director of Sisters Division 107 

Nursing Service Department 109 

School of Nursing i 12 

Dietary Department „L.™L™ 114 

Housekeeping Department . 110 

Out-Patient Department 122 

Operating Rooms 107 

Therapeutic Radiology .... -.^ 

Diagnostic Radiology it* 

Pathology Department jSe 

Physical Therapy Department „ J4? 

Electrocardiograph Department 150 

Electroencephalograph Department "" 151 

Anesthesiology and Blood Bank Departments'""" 152 

JLung station " »gf- 

Alcoholic Rehabilitation Unit ikr 

Premature Infant Care Center 157 

Tumor Registry . " iZj. 

al Record Library JSq 

Medical Social Service Department.."- 191 

Medical and Patients Library. . 194 

Coordinator of Volunteers Service ..". -^07 

'trie Recreational Program ono 

Hospital Guild Work .... 2l! 

Classes for Hospitalized Children. oik 

Poliomyelitis Center "lJ, 



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HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS 

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1958 



ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENT 

Leo J. Keme, M.D., Director 

Adolph A. Flore*, M.D., Assistant Director 

Harold E. Keilum, Jr., M.D., Assistant Clinical Director for Surgery 

A. P. Richard, Administrative Assistant to Director 

Leo A. Millet, Secretary-Treasurer 



PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 
George A. Sanderson, Purchasing 1 Agent 



PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 
Charles C. Sturtcvanl, Director 



TRAFFIC AND INFORMATION 
Sidney A, Harper, Building Service Superintendent 



BUILDING MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 
L. R. Deiporte, Manager 



ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 
William H. Sutherland, Manager 



LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT 
C, J. Allain, Manager 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

Emma S. Mo.*, M.D., F.A.S.C.P., F.A.C.P,, Director 

Certified American Board of Pathology; Pathologic 

Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

George E. Fading, M.D,, Pathologist, Deceased 5/26/1958 

Quincy Ray Johnson, M.D., Assistant Pathologist 

Thomas Davis, M.D., Assistant Pathologist 

Marion W. Hood, Ph.D., Microbiologist 



DEPARTMENT OF THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 

Manuel Garcia, M.D., Radiologist 
J. V. Schloiser, M.D., Associate Radiologist 



DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

Antonio Mayoral, M.D., Radiologist 

Ramon Mouton, M.D., Assistant Radiologist 



U 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS— (Continued) 



ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 
E. Tharp Poiey, M.D., Director 

ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 

Richard Aihman, Ph.D., Director 
Louii Levy, III, M.D., Assistant Director 

PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

Nathan H. Polmer, M.D., Director 

Mary Bacharach, R.P.T., Supervisor 

DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIA 
John Adrian!, M.D., Director 

LUNG STATION 
John H. Seabury, M.D., Director 

PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 
W. T. Nfwiom, M.D., Medical Director 

POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 
Evelyn Gourley, R.N., Assistant Supervisor 

MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY 
Eddie V. Cookiey, Librarian 

SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 
Marigayle Hart, Director 

PHARMACY 
Sylvia Ching Bin K> Chief Pharmacist 

ADMITTING ROOMS 
Margaret Carre, Clerical Supervisor 

SISTERS' DIVISIONS 
Siiter Margaret Callahan, R.N., B.S. 



NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 
Si»ter Laurence, R. N., Director 

Willie Ma.k, R.N., Assistant Director 



OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
Lenore Andriei, R.N., Assistant Supervisor 



12 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS— (Continued) 



ADMITTING, EMERGENCY AND OBSERVATION ROOMS 
Siiter Dorothea, R.N., Supervisor 

OPERATING, ACCIDENT AND CYSTOSCOPIC ROOMS 

Sister Mnriana, R.N. 
Siiter Patricia, R.N. 



CONTAGIOUS UNIT 
Siiter Margaret Mary, R.N., Supervisor 



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 
Siiter Therein, R.N., Director 



HOUSEKEEPING DEPARMENT 
Siiter Clarine, R.N., Director 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 
Siiter Pauline, R.N., M.S., Director 



13 



OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING 
STAFF AND STAFF ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

October 1957 to October 1958 

Malcolm P. Schwarzenbach, M.D., Ex-Officlo Member 

W R, Akenhead, M.D., President 

Maridel Saunders, M.D., Vice-President 

Malter A. Salatieh, M.D., Secretary 

F. J. Houghton, D.D.S., Dental Representative 

Isidore Cohn, Jr., M.D. 

James C. Decuers, M.D. 

John Adriani, M.D. 

MEMBERS OF THE QUALIFICATIONS COMMITTEE 

OF THE STAFF ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE 

CHARITY VISITING STAFF 

October 1957 — October 1958 

Malter A. Salatieh, M.D., Chairman 
Isidore Cohn, Jr., M.D. 
Maridel Saunders, M.D. 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL 

RESIDENT STAFF 

July I, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

Arthur G. Lawrence, M.D., President 
Ortha J. Barnette, M.D., Vice-President 

Eugene Dauterive, M.D., Soeretary-Treasurer 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL INTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

Raymond F. Kitziger, M.D., President 

Gerald J. Patton, M.D., Vice-president 

Terence Beven, M.D., Secretary-Treasurer 



14 



Ik 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF 
July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 



Rank 
MEDICINE, TULANE UNIT 

Walter J. Stuckey, M.D 3rd yr. 

Martin Palmer, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Assigned to Veterans Administration Hos- 
pital, New Orleans, Prom 10/1/57 to 
12/31/57) 

Robert H. Crabtree, M.D 3rd yr. 

Cecil G. Edwards, M.D 1st yr. 

2nd yr. 
(Assigned to Veterans Administration Hns 
pital, New Orleans, from 1/1/58 to 
3-31-68) 

McDonald Poe, M.D 1st yr. 

2nd yr. 
(Assigned to Veterans Administration Hos- 
pital, New Orleans, from 7/1/67 to 
9/30/:. 7) 

Nicholas P. DePasquale 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to I>allie Kemp Hospital, In- 
dependence, Louisiana, from 7/1/57 to 
9/3(1/57) 

Carlos Lamar, M.D 2nd yr, 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hospital, In- 
dependence, Louisiana, from i i r,s to 
3/31/58) 

Eugene Anderson, M.D I 

Anthony W, Orlnndelln. M.D 1st yr. 

(Assigned to Veterans Administration Hos- 
N«v Orleans, from 1/1/58 to 
I 58) 

Richard Heliinger, M.D 1st yr. 

Harry F. Yoffee, M.D i 

Arthur K. Wong, M.D 1st yr. 

George E. Salley, M.D. . , Lsl v r 

1 Franklin, M.D 1st yr. 

(Assigned to Veterana Administration Hos- 
jiit.il, New Orleans, from 10/1/57 to 
I1/B7) 

Murray !'. Shevick, M.D nr yr. 

(Assigned to Veterans Administration hos- 
pital, Maw Orleans, from 4/1/58 to 
6/30/58) 

M.i mi. 1 Pa«Z, M.D 1st yr. 

i Assigned to Veterans Administration Hos- 
pital, New Orleans, from 7/1/57 to 
9/30/57) 

•Resigned 



Dates of Service 
From To 

1/1/67 12/81/57* 
7/1/67 6/30/68 



7/1/67 8/30/68 
7/16/56 7/16/67 
7/16/67 1/16/58 



1/1/57 12/31/57 
■i 12/31/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/68 



7/1/67 


6/30/68 


B/l/57 


6/30/68 


7 [ 7,7 


6/30/58 


8/1/57 


7/31/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 




6/30/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/68 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



71/57 6/30/68 



16 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Perry C. DeBardeleben, M.D l Kt yr . 

(Assigned to Veterans Administration Hos- 
pital, New Orleans, from 4/1/58 to 
6/30/ 58) 

Frederiic L. Hansen, M.D 1st yr 

Prlsellla Wells, M.D ' 3rd yr 

Thomas E. Nix, M.D. 2nd yr 

(Transferred to Dermatology) 

JIKUH'INE, LSD UNIT 

Ortha .1. I : : . ro I 3rd yr. 

T ,_ - lul yr. 

Joseph <;. Juracovich, M.D 3rd yr 

(Panned Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital' 

Lafayette. Louisiana, from 7/23/57 to 

6/30/68) 

James D. Prlco. M.D 3rd yr 

Thaddeus P. Fryczynskl, M.D .,!!!!!!!! 3rd yr 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette charity Hospital 

Lafayette, Louisiana, from 10/1/B7 to 

12/31/57) 

Henry B. Harvey. M.D 3rd yr 

David l. Jones, .M.D [ [[ Srii yr 

■ J. Jumonville, M.D S ru - yr 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital, 
Lafayette, Louisiana, from 4/1/58 to 
7/31/S8) 

Albert J. Lauro, M.D 3 rd yr , 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital, 
Lafayette, Louisiana, from 1/1/58 to 
S/31/58) 

Beta McLeod, Jr., M.D 3rd yr 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital 
Lafayette. Louisiana, from 8/1/57 to 
10/31/57) 

David ,i. Mykoff, M.D nm yr 

<•:<• L. l..'l:,i,u. M.D 3rd ft. 

2nd yr. 
(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital, 
Lafayette. Louisiana, from g 'g SI to 
'58) 

.1. i 'lark Ford. M.D 2nd yr 

"■ ■'- uFossen, M.D 2nd yr 

■ Id M. V.>xs. mi. , ' 2nd yr! 

it M. Doheltaaa, .M.D 2nd yr! 

■I Kahn, M.D 2nd yr! 

James Bdgar Band, M.D !! 2nd yr! 

^ 1st yr. 

■Resigned 



Dates of Service 
From To 

7/1/T," 6/30/68 



12/16/57 12/15/58 

12/1/66 11/30/57 

8/6/56 8/5/57 



7/16/57 7/15/BS 

7/16/56 7/15/57 

7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 
7/1/67 



7/1/57 
7/1/57 
7/1/57 



7/1/57 
6/30/58 
6/30/57 



7/1/57 
7/1/57 
7/1/67 

7/1/57 
8/1/57 
3/1/57 



10/7/57" 
6/30/58 



6/30/58 
7/»] r.s 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



6/30/68 
6/29/68 
6/29/58 



6/30/58 
6/30/58 
6/30/58 
6/30/58 
6/30/68 
7/31/58 
7/31/67 



16 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Daniel H. Mattsun. M.D 2nd ? r - 

1st yr. 

Wanda Mae Moseley, M.D 1st yr. 

Robert L. Yager. M.D 1st J™"- 

John S. Noell, M.D 1st yr. 

Donald J. Sekinger, M.D Is' >' ■ 

Edmund H. Crane, Jr.. M.D. 1st yr. 

James M. Williams, M.D 1st yr. 

Roy M. Drlggrers, M.D - 1st yr. 

PEDIATRICS, TULANE UNIT 

Andrew D. Guthrie, M.D ;...;...: 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lai lie Kemp Hospital, In- 
dependence. Louisiana, from 8/1/57 to 
8/31/B7 and to Huey P. Long Charity Hos- 
pital, PIneville. Louisiana, from 10/1/67 
to 10/31/67) 

Charles J. Caruso, M.D 2nd JfT- 

(Farmed Out to Lallle Kemp Hospital, In- 
dependence, Louisiana, from 9/1/57 to 
9/30/57 and from 10/1/57 to 10/31/57) 

William G. Thurman. M.D 2nd yr. 

.hum-s L. Crump, M.D 2nd **■ 

(Farmed Out to Lallle Kemp Hospital, In- 
dependence. Louisiana, from 7/1/57 to 
7/31/57 and to Huey P. Long Hospital, 
PIneville, Louisiana, from 5/1/58 to 
6/30/58) 

Harvey J. Grlnsell, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long Hospital 
from 7/1/67 to 8/31/57 and to Lallle Kemp 
Charity Hospital, Independence, Louisi- 
ana, from 1/1/58 to 1/31/58) 

Peter S. Bertucci. M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long Charity Hos- 
pital, PIneville, Louisiana, from 9/1/57 to 
9/80/57 and to Lallle Kemp Hospital, In- 
dependence, Louisiana, from 10/1/57 to 
10/31/57) 

Stuart D. Farber, M.D -'ml yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hospital. In- 
dependence. Louisiana, from 11/1/57 to 
11/30/67) 

James Louis Reynolds, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Exchange Resident — assigned to Massa- 
chusetts General Hospital from 4/1/58 to 
5/10/58) 

James W. Walker, M.D 2nd yr. 

I [•', irmed Out to Huey P. Long Chajlty Hos- 
pital, PIneville, Louisiana, from 11/1/57 
to 12/31/57) 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


8/16/57 


8/15/58 


S/16/56 


8/15/57 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7/1/67 


6/gfl 59 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 



7/1/57 8/80/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/67 
7/1/67 



6/30/58 
6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/68 



7/1/57 6/80/68 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/10/57 7/15/58 



17 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 
George Bean, M.D., 2mJ yr 

(Educational Leave from 8/8/57 to 9/30/57 
— assigned to Department of Pediatrics 
Rochester University School of Medicine 
Rochester, N.Y.) 
William Y. MeDaniel. M.D, -, rt 

Joseph P. Derrick, M.D.. . """?,,* \~ 

Prentiss E. Findlay, M.D.. . . " " "J IT 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hospital' in- 
dependence, Louisiana, from 3/1/68 to 
3/31/58) 
Joan K. Short, M.D, « t 

.Miirtin H. Klein, M.D. lit' 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp' Hospital, fnl 
•irpendence, Louisiana, from 12/1/57 to 
12/31/57) 
Richard C. Juhere. M D 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hospital In- ' 
dependence, Louisiana, from 2/1/58 to 
■: 28/68) ' 

Ernest E. Deshautreaux, M D i„ t 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long ' Hospital'. ' 

*M/m' Loul •'' ia^a ■ (rom s/ves to 

Edward C. Parker. M.D l«t «. 

Charles C. Klmura, M.D. " " lat 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp ' Hospital' 
Independence, Louisiana, from 4/1/58 to 
4/30/58 and from 6/1/58 to 6/30/68) 

Q«1 It. Moorhead, M.D lat 

(Farmed Out to Lallie Kemp Hospital' Inde- 
pendance, Louisiana, from 5/1/58 to 
5/31/58) 
Robert T. Lucaa. M.D lat yr 

PEDIATRICS, LSU UNIT 

Vela Cleveland. M.D 2nd 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hon- >F ' 

pltal from 8/16/5T to 10/31/67) 

David O. Chllders, M.D , nrt vr 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hos-" 
pital from 11/1/57 to 11/15/S7 and from 
Vl/68 to 1/15/58) 

Jovlta Falgout, M.D. ., , nd 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hos- 
tiltnl from 7/1/57 to 8/15/57) 

U<-ttl?i;i i\ Hilman, M.D , nd v 

(Formed Out to Lafayette Charity Hos- 
pital from B/1B/58 to 6/1/58) 

Wllhemena W. Quiros, M.D *nd yr 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hoi- ' 

pltul from 1/16/58 to 2/15/58) 



Dates of Service 
From To 

7/1/54 8/31/64 
10/1/56 9/30/57 



7/16/56 7/15/57 
12/1/56 11/30/57 
7/16/57 7/15/5S 



7/1/67 6/30/68 
7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 
7/1/57 



6/30/58 
6/30/6S 



9/16/57 9/15/58 



6/1/58 S/9/58 



7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/B7 


6/30/58 


7/1/61 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 



IS 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Mary Allie Swetman, m.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hos- 
from 4/1/58 to 5/15/68) 

Joseph Isolant. M.D 2nd yr. 

Marie Louise Heller, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 
(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hos- 
pital from 11/16/67 to 12/31/57) 

Nathan Kern, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 
(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hos- 
pital from 2/t6/58 to 3/31/58) 

Jacqueline F. Winter, M.D 2nd yr. 

Frederick Ruiz, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Mattye L. Boagnl. M.D 2nd yr. 

Bernard C. Fruge, M.D 2nd yr. 

Maurice D. Conn. M. D 1st yr. 

Nelson spoto. M.D i 

Raymond L, Landreneau, M.D 1st yr. 

PSYCHIATRY, TULANE UNIT 

James A. Knight. M.D. 3rd yr. 

Thomas L. Rafferty. M.D 2nd yr. 

Donald Lnthrnp, M.D 2nd yr. 

Richard L. Johnson, M.D 2nd yr. 

I tonald M. Gallant, M.D 2nd yr. 

Eve Vail, M.D 2nd yr. 

Hiram Q- Haynic. M.D 1st yr. 

Jack Leigh Thorp. M.D 1st yr. 

i Fanned Out to East Louisiana Hospital, 
Jackson, Louisiana, from 4/1/68 to 
6/30/58) 

George L. Hall, M.D 1st yr. 

(1 Out to East Louisiana State Hos- 
, Ital, Jackson, Louisiana, from 1/1/58 to 
3/31/68) 

Camilla Cowardfn, M.D 1st yr. 

Ernest C. Miller. M.D lsl yr. 

(Leave of Absence for six months begin- 
ning 4/1/58) 

Robert 11.1 tOdge. M . II 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to East Loui: ■*- 

pltal, Jackson, Louisiana, from 10/1/57 to 
12/31/57) 

PSYCHIATRY, LSU UNIT 

Hugh EngllBh, M.D 3rd yr. 

2 n (1 y r. 

Krnest B. White, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Jacob M. WeSsler, M.D trd yr. 

Genevieve Arnesun, .M.D 3rd yr. 

•Kr m;i ll i'(l 



Dates of Service 
From To 

■7 6/80/58 



7/1/57 fi/30/58 
8/1/57 7/S1/58 
S/l/56 7/31/57 



10/1/57 


9/30/58 


10/1/ M 


it : J ,n :,: 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


12/16/57 


12/15/58 


12/16/56 


12/15/67 


7/1/58 


7/6/57 


1/1/57 


12/31/57 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


9/1/67 




1/1/58 


12/31/58 


7/1/67 


S/30/58 




6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 




10/31/57' 


7/1/57 


6/30/E8 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 



7/1/57 6. 



7/1/57 6/30/58 
7/1/57 3/31/58 



10/1/57 6/30/58 



1/1/68 12/31/58 

1/1/57 12/31/67 

1/1/57 12 

7/1/67 6/30/58 

7/1/67 6/30/58 



19 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Dates of Service 
Rank From To 

W ' Uia T m 5. Y led0m ' MD 3rd yr. 7/1/ 57 6/30/58 

T^ZJ" A Wi « Wer M -° 3rd lr. 7/26/56 7/2E/™ 

^ °J V n8r " M,D 2nd y. 7/1/57 6/30/58 

ran t T>£ £ t? U lst y- "l/M 13/31/58 

Si « o r ;^ D ■' l8t y- 10/W57 10/15/58 

V! 6 S - C ? h S' M U D 1st yr. 7/1/57 6/30/58 

,T J. Rodehorst, M.D. lst yr , 7/1/57 6/30/58 

(Farmed Out to Southeast Louisiana Hos- 
pital, Mandevllie, Louisiana, from 7/1/57 
to 6/30/58) 

NEUROLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Ja J^!f P :. Myera ' MiD 3rd yr. 7/1/57 6/30/68 

(Educational Leave from 1/1/58 to 6/30/5S 
—assigned to College of Physicians and 
Surgeons, Columbia University) 

VMM « ' T? "', v '°;, ** y. 7/1/57 6/30/58 

Robert E Enrrn V n Ch ,'TT M M D n Ut ^ W 57 6 ' 30/S8 

Robert E. Barron. Ill, M.D lst ^ 1/1/5g 6 /30/58 

NEUROLOGY. LSU UNIT 

n ?vZj?»* H £ 1 ?*!'- ^ D • 2nd **■ W" 6/30/58 

(Farmed Out to State Colony and Train- 
ing School, Pinevllle, Louisiana, from 
7/1/57 to 8/31/57) 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Tl7» C n 6rn0Sky ^ M - D 3rd yr. 7/1/66 9/30/57 

John H. Counce, M.D. lst vr 7/1 /S7 1/10/5R* 

Pauv I°'r 7 • M - D : : 2 8 T /Zll 

1 homas E. Nix, M.D lst yr 8/12/57 8/11/58 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Qu!!! P p R ^M la ' M £-„ 3 rd y- I/VST 12/31/67 

I« M- 1^. ^f' M - D " • 3rd yr. 2/1/57 1/31/58 

Joe Netlck, M.D , d * 7/1/w c/io/rs 

?nra ult E w -,r ,e ^^ D : " »'» y ' KS «'» s 

WiT » r?" mP ' M " D - ■ » ^- VV67 6/30/68 

U llllam E. Eggerton, M.D. lst yr . ^Jgg 12/31/S8 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY. INDEPENDENT UNIT 

WnZ E ", C * roe ' M '£ 3rd yr. U/16/57 11/15/58 

William J. Ferret. M.D 2nd yr 7/1/ „ 6 , 30/B8 

SURGERY, TULANE UNIT 

Arthur'^- G T 1<>Ver ' MJt> » « 4th y- 7 /l/ 57 fi / 3 °/ S8 

rhlnl n r7t nC t if' D 4til yr- '/1/67 6/30/68 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long Hospital, 
PlnovIUe, Louisiana, from 7/1/57 to 
6/30/68) 

•Resigned 



20 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Jack Haley, M.D. 4th yr. 

(Farmed Out to Greenwell Springs Hos- 
pital. Greenwell Springs, Louisiana, from 
7/1/57 to 12/31/57 and to Lallle Kemp 
Hospital, Independence, Louisiana, from 
1/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

Herbert H. Robinson, M.D 4th yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lallle Kemp Hospital from 
4/1/57 to 13/31/57 and to Greenwell 
Springs Hospital from 1/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

Jeff W. Harris, M.D 4th yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long Charity 
Hospital from 7/1/56 to 8/31/r.T) 

Richard H. Clark, M.D 3rd yr. 

Berryman E. Coggeshall, M.D. 3rd yr. 

William S. George, M.D 3rd yr. 

Wlllttam T. Kemmerer, M.D 3rd yr. 

Glenn M. Kokame, M.D. . 2nd yr. 

Louis P. Lavitle, M.D 2nd yr. 

Lucien K. Moss, M.D, 2nd yr. 

John Egger, M.D 2nd yr. 

Jack T. Cappel, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

George W. Beddlngfield 1st yr. 

Lawrence H. Llnder, M.D 1st yr. 

Herbert B. Wren, M.D 1st yr. 

Paul R. Tennis, M.D 1st yr. 

Charles G. Longenecker, M.D 1st yr. 

William M. Letson. M.D 1st yr. 

Albert H. Bridgman, M.D 1st yr, 

George W. Hoffman. M.D 1st yr. 

Victor R. Goetler, M.D 1st yr. 

THORACIC SURGERY. TULANE UNIT 

Herman E. Kellum, M.D 2nd yr, 

Maurice Adam, M.D. 1st yr. 

NEUROLOGICAL SURGERY, TULANE UNIT 

Fnvnklln C. Miles, M.D 4th yr. 

SURGERY, LSU UNIT 

Robert C. Lien, M.D 4th yr. 

Perry L. Chesney, M.D 4th yr, 

Edward J. LeBlance, M.D 4th yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hos- 
pital from 7/1/67 to 6/S0/68) 

Howard L Martin, M.D. 4th yr. 

i Panned Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital 
from 7/1/57 to 6/30/58) 

John D. Bateman, M.D 3rd yr. 

Robert J. Turner, M.D 3rd yr. 

Raymond J, Calecas, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital 
from 4/12/58 to 6/5/58) 



Dates of Service 
From To 

7/1/57 6/30/58 



1/1/57 6/30/58 



9/1/66 8/31/57 



7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/S7 


6/30/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/68 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


2/1/58 


6/30/58 


9/16/57 


9/15/58 


3/16/57 


9/16/57 


7/1/M 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/16/57 


7/16/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


1/1/58 


12/31/58 


10/1/67 


9/30/58 


7/1/B7 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 
7/1/E7 
7/1/57 



6/30/58 
6/30/58 
6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 



7 'L57 
7/1/57 

7/1/57 



r,. 86 '68 
S/S0/68 
6/30/58 



21 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 
Rudolph J. Bourgeois, M.T\ . . 3rd 

f Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital 
ttpm 6/25/58 to 6/30/5S) 

Fern' G. Sudduth, M.D 3rd vr 

George ,1. Wrmette, M.D 2nd w' 

Lawrence O, Brmissard, M D " ' ->„a w 

lok R. Hunter, M.D [ "•" "SS ir 

Harold A. Hottkamp, M.D £* vr 

Id K. Tlsehler, M.D. , st ;.!.' 

Ion J, Deshotels, M.D. ,1 *,' 

Philberl ,i DeMarfe, M.D. . ,S „ 

William it. oaaow, M.D. ,. * £' 

Joe Allison Moreland. M.D , Z vr 

Vtaeeni v. Tummlnello, M.D *" ,', „ 

Joshua C. Werner, M.D. . i , , 

Frank A, Rtew, M.D '.'.'■'■'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".','. ] 

THORACIC SURGERY, LSU UNIT 
James L. Russell, M.D. , I1() „ 

Bertram Glass, M.D ]* ^ - 

STJBOERT, INDEPENDENT UNIT 

William A. MeManus, M.D . itH „„ 

William L. Tw.vte, M.D. . tit 

Rodney Landreneau, M.D ','.'.'.'.'.'. 4t n , v 

Warmed Out to Washington -St. Tammany *"" **" 
Hospital, Bogalusa, Louielana, trom 
■7^to 7/2/S7 and from 7/16/57 i„ 

tor A. Anceiet, M.D w vr 

"ned o.i. to Waahtagton-St. TaminanV 
H^PJtal, Bogalusa, Louisiana. from 
U/1 '67 to 12/31/57) 

Hewitts A. Thian, M.D 3rd vr 

(Warmed Oal ... Washington -St. Tammany 
Hospital, Bogalusa, Louisiana. from 
10/1/B7 to 10/31/57 and from 1/1/68 to 
53 ) 

Bernard McLatignlin, M.D ardyr. 

Leo J. Vallette, M.D 2nd Sr 

(Slarmed Out to Washlngton-St'.' Tammany 
HOapttaJ, Bogalusa. Louisiana, from 
9/1/67 to 10/15/67) 

Ml- 2nd vr 

(Farmed Out to Washlngton-St. Tammany 
Hospital, BogaluBn, Louisiana, from 
67 to S/31/67) 
Julius Isaacson, M.D. 2nd 

(Farmed Out to Washington- St. Tammany ^ **' 
Hospital from 10/18/57 to 12/31/57) 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


7/1/57 


e/»« 


7/1/57 


«/*< 


T.i r,7 


6/30/5S 


: i 57 


• <>/BR 


7/1/57 


6/88 




8/30/68 


7/1/67 


6/3. 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 




6/30/58 


7 1 57 








7/1/67 


6/30/58 




6'30/58 


2/1/58 


6/30/58 


7/16/57 


7/15/58 


■ 


7 15/6T 


7 1' r,7 


6/30/58 


: i 57 


.1/58 




M/58 


10/1/57 


0/30/58 


1/1/57 


'"/57 



7/1/57 6 ! 



7/1/57 6/30/5S 



2/1/68 1 
2/1/67 1 '31/58 
7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 6 



10/1/57 9/80/68 
10/1/56 9/30/57 



22 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Chris G. Bar fes. M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to WashlnKton-St. Tammany 
Hospital from 3/1/58 to 3/31/58) 

Bernard L. Kaplan. M.D 1st yr. 

Thomas S. R. Ward, M.D 1st yr. 

(Farmed Out to Washlngton-St. Tammany 
Hospital from 4/1/58 to 4/15/58) 

M. A. Taqulno, M.D 1st yr. 

William L. Dang, M.D 4th yr. 

OBSTETRICS AXD GYNECOLOGY. TULANE U.NIT 

Donald McMahon, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Herman D. Webster, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Everett McCaugtiey, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

James W. Sewell. M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Charles P. Guerrlero. M.D 3rd yr. 

James H. Gaddy. M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long Charity 
Hospital, Plneville, Louisiana, from 1/1/57 
to 1/31/58) 

Frederick W. Jensen, M.D 2nd yr. 

John C. Hudgens, M.D 2nd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Huey P. Long- Charltv 
Hospital from 2/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

Clyde A. Steward, M.D 2nd yr. 

Rufus C. Smith, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

William W. Douglas. M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

David Pent. M.D 1st yr. 

Julius A. Bosco, M.D i 

Donald Mefendorf. M.D l«t yr. 

Ray St. Romain, M.D 1 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, I. si' 1NIT 

Eupene W. Dauterlve, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital 
from 1/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

Charles W. Plows. M.D 3rd yr. 

i Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital 
from 7/1/57 to 12/31/57) 

It-, .i-ink T. Given. M.D 3rd yr. 

(Farmed nut to Lafayette Charity Hospital 
I 1 16/58 to 4/30/58) 

Allen C. Williams. M.D 3rd yr. 

■u-d H. St. Raymond, M.D 3rd yr, 

Robert L. DIBenedetto, M.D 2nd yr. 

Morris S. Hoffpaulr, M.D 2nd yr. 

iih F. P. Newhall, M.D. 2nd yr. 

•Resigned 



Dates of Service 
From To 
7/1/57 S/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 
7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/57 


6/30/58 


1/1/57 


12/31 .T.7 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 




7/10/58 


7/11/56 


7/10/57 


8/1/57 


7/31/58 


8/1/56 


7/81/57 




7/31/58 




7/81 57 


8/1 /B6 


7/31/57 


7/1/56 


1/31/68 



7/1/57 6/30/68 
7/1/57 6/30/58 



7/1/67 


6/30/58 


11/1/S7 


10/31/58 




10/31/57 


2/1/68 


i 'S8/B8' 


7/1/57 


1/31/58 






7/1/57 


6/30/S8 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


(/SO 58 


7/1/57 


8 80 58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


8/80/68 



17 6/30/58 

7/1/56 8/31/57 

it 8/30/58 

7 6/30/58 

7/1/57 6/30/58 



23 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Jose E. Torres, M.D , , -jnd yr. 

(Farmed Out to Lafayette Charity Hospital 
from 4/25/68 to 6/3/68) 

Joel E. Cox, M.D 2nd yr, 

Arthur Ponton, M.D ^ nd j- r * 

William J. Berry, M.D ........... ,'}f,t yr 

Marvin A. Krane, M.D 1st yr 

Irvin J. Reiner, M.D 1st yr 

David J. Bender. M.D { st " vr 

Walter S. McKelthen, M.D ..........'. 1st vr. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, INDEPENDENT 1 

Thomas W. Skalley. M.D 3,-,l vr 

Charlton R. Vincent, M.D 3rd ™ 

Quentin L. Green, M.D 3rd yr 

Herbert E. Mauterer, M.D 2nd yr " 

Max Lovette Golden, M.D 2nd yr' 

Johnnie R. Betsort, M.D 2nd vr 

Thomas F. Kramer. M.D .'.'...". 2nd yr. 

Alexandre C. Miller, M.D 1st yr 

James W. Jackson, M.D 1st "vr 

John Win. Simpson, M.D ,. , lst ' ' 

Donald T. Crochet, M.D . . \[\[ \ ' ', { st yr * 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY. INDEPENDENT UNIT 

Frances L. Tompkins. M.D 2nd yn 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERy, TULANE UNIT 

George C. Battalora, M.D 4th vr 

(Assigned to Touro Infirmary, New Or- 
leans. Louisiana, from 7/1/87 to 12/31/57) 

James T. Kerr, M.D 4th yr 

Loul G. Bayne, M.D \\\ 4th yT 

Dale T. Addington, M.D 3rd yr! 

(Assigned to Georgia Baptist Hospital. 
Atlanta, Georgia, from 1/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

Richard B. Means, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Assigned to Shrlners Hospital, Shreveport, 
Louisiana, from 7/1/ 57 to 12/31/57) 

William Best, M.D 3 rd yP . 

(Assigned to Shrlners Hospital, Shreveport, 
Louislann. from 1/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

William E. Smith, M.D 3rd yr . 

(Assigned to Touro Infirmary, New Or- 
leans, Louisiana, from 1/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

JOhB J, InnlK. M.D 3rd yr . 

(Assigned to Touro Infirmary, New Or. 
is, Louisiana, from 7/1/57 to 12/31/57) 

Jack H. Booth, M.D 3rd yr 

Fred L. Allman, M.D ..""2nd yr! 

•Resigned 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/S7 


6 M T,s 


7 '1/5 7 


>;. Ijri'SK 


7/1/67 


6/30/68 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


7/15/57' 


8/1/57 


6/30/58 


MIT 
7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/68 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7/1/57 


6/80/68 


9/1/57 


i |1 68 


3/1/67 


8/31/57 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


11/1/56 


10/31/57 


7/16/57 


; 15/58 


7/16/56 


7/16/57 


T/l/61 


6/30/58 



7/1/57 6/30/58 

7/1/57 6/30/58 

7/1/57 6/30/58 

6/20/57 6/19/58 



1/1/67 12/31/57 
7/1/57 6/30/58 



24 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF — (Continued) 



Rank 

l jut R. Campbell, M.D 2nd yr. 

Edw. W. Phillips, M.D ..2nd yr. 

let yr. 

Douglas Smith, M.D 2ml yr. 

lc W. Lowrey, M.D 1st yr. 

Dubose White Murray, M.D 1st yr. 

I';tul J. Stewart, M.D 1st yr. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, LSU UNIT 

Robert Wilson, M.D 3rd yr. 

(Assigned to Touro Infirmary. New Or- 
leans, Louisiana, from 7/1/57 to 12/31/57) 

Robert Jahn, M.D . . 3rd yr. 

Robert J. Delmore, M.D 3rd yr. 

Charles B. Powell, M.D 3rd yr. 

Otty .T. Dunning, M.D 3rd yr. 

Armand J. Scully, M.D 2nd yr. 

Andrew Hazen, M.D 2nd yr. 

Jack L. Winters, M.D 1st yr. 

Richard M. Levy, M.D 1st yr, 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

John T, King, Jr., M.D 3rd yr. 

John J. White, M.D 3rd yr. 

David D. Thlbaut, M.D. 3rd yr, 

2nd yr. 

John Andrews. M.D. 2nd yr, 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Roger St. Pizlor, M.D 3rd yr, 

Nick A. Mardesich, M.D 2nd yr. 

Int yr. 

Etttifl D. Wilson, M.D ....2nd yr. 

1st yr, 

Edgardo Ortiz-Gordtls, M.D 1st yr. 

I baries F. MeCord, M.D 1st yr, 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, INDEPENDENT UNIT 

,ph R. Brock, M.D 3rd yr. 

Robert J. Cangelosi, M.D 3rd yr. 

living Coppel, M.D 1st yr. 

Betty J. Wood, M.D 1st yr. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Anthony N. Scaico, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert H. Cox, M.D 2nd yr 

Lewis .1. Rutledge, M.D 2nd yr. 

Edward B. Edrington, M.D 1st yr, 

William F. Shlpman, M.D let yr. 

George H. Williams, M.D 1st yr. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

George D. Lyons, M.D. 3rd yr 

2nd yr, 

Norma Kearby, M.D 2nd yr. 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


7/1 57 


6/30/58 


8/18/57 


8/15/58 


11/1/56 


8/15/57 


1/1/B8 


12/31/58 


7/8/57 


1/80 '58 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/SS 



7 1 :,7 6/30/58 



1/1/57 


12/31/57 


1/1/57 


12/31/57 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/ 58 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


12/1/57 


11/30/58 


4/1/67 


11/30/57 


. 10/1/57 


6/30/58 


12/1/B6 


11/30/57 


. 10/16/57 


10/16/68 


■. 10/1B/56 


10/16/67 


. 6/16/58 


fl/15/59 


12/7/57 


6/16/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


2/1/68 


1/31/59 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


8/1/66 


7/31/57 


7/1/57 


6/ 3 11/ 58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/58 


8/1/57 


7/31/58 


8/1/66 


7/31/57 


1/1/58 


6/30/58 



25 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Jiwpph P. Palermo. M.D 1st vr. 

Armand A. Jacques. M.D .!,. 1st yr ' 

UROLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Myron O. Fine, M.D 3rd vr 

Frederick J. McCutchon, M.D 3rd yr 

Travis E. Morgan, M.D " " 2nd yr' 

Sli-rldan W. Shirley, M.D " 2nd yr 

William j. James, M.D. 1st yr 

Robert M. Graham, M.D ' " i flt ;.,. 

Joe W. O'Neal, M.D '.'.'.'.'.'.','.'. 1st yr' 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Robert H. Hansen, M.D 3rd vl . 

Clarence H. Webb, M.D. !!!!!!!!! 2nd yr 

Ota .l-Tiklri* Ui-ncKar, M.D » n a *. r 

Harold C. Boehnlnjr, M.D '."' 2 nd yr 

Bobby Glenn Smith, M.D 2nd vr 

Richmond F. Kharhrou K h. M.D " 2nd vr 

Frank W. SummiTs, M.D '.'.'.2nd yr! 

I..»uls Bryan. M.D 2ml ?£" 

11. Walter Jlennlgran. M.D " 2n d vr 

George L. Clauer. M.D "nd vr' 

EUIpfe R, Bule, M.D !.!!!!!!!!! 2nd yr. 

George Thomas, M.D 2mJ ^' 

Marvin Allon lllxon. M.D 1st yr 

Martha ll. St. Plurre, M,D ' 1st vr 

"Hi., ll. Yarberry. M.D ..."!! Jit yr' 

Marion B. Moore McCroskey, M.D. ..." 1st yr 

u«i E. Stelner, M.D. 1st yr 

Itoli.rt TurnaRe, M.D !!!'"'!" 1st yr! 

RADIOLOGY 

' Adams, M.D 3rd yr 

■ Moran , M.D 3 rd yr ' 

Paul Horn, M.D ! ! ! ! 3rd yr 

Thnddeus Gueynmrd, M.D !!!!!!!! 3rd yr! 

• if Absence from 3/22/67 to 6/12/67) 

John W. Conklln, M.D 2nd yr 

■ IffinK, M.D !!!2nd yr! 

Jam :- M : > 1st yr! 

Wlllnrd P. Machle. M.D, l st yv 

l-A'll 1< H.f >i ; V 

Iti'l .>intially. M.D 4tl, yr 

iM.vtoit I. M..il.y, M.ll ! 3 r< j yr 

2nd yr, 

1 r.iii-y, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7 1 ■■-: 


6/30/58 


7/1/67 


6/30/68 


7/1/57 


6/30/5S 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 




7/15/58 


T/l/67 


6/30/68 


7/1/67 


8/6/67* 




2/28/58* 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7/1 67 


6/30/68 


T/I/67 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/68 


7/11/57 


7/8/58 


T/9/5S 


7/8/67 


8/16/66 


8/15/67 


11/1/B6 


10/31/57 


11/16/57 


2/28/58 


1/1/58 


12/31/58 


1/1/57 


12/31/67 


1/1/58 


12/31/68 


1/1/57 


12/31/57 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/S7 


6/30/58 


9/1/57 


8/31/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/16/57 


7/15/5S 


5/1/68 


4/30/69 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


9/16/56 


9/15/57 


9/1/56 


1/67 


5, 13/57 


10/22/67 


7/1/67 


6/30/68 


7/1/67 


6/30/68 


7 11; r.7 


7/15/68 


1/1/5S 




7/1/67 


6/30 'M 


11/1/67 


10/31/58 


11/1/66 


10/31/67 


4/1/58 


t 30/58 


4/1/57 


3,31/58 



26 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

d M. Higgins, M.D 2nd yr. 

ed L. Lewis, M.D .2nd yr. 

Keith Hester, M.D 2nd yr. 

les M Allen. M.T> 2nd yr. 

Robert L. Sing, M.D ...2nd jr. 

aid Dore, m.d 1st yr. 

i ecot, M.D 1st yr. 

James* \Vm. Sprintrer, M.D... 1st yr. 

ild English, M.D 1st yr. 

Robert L. Ward, M.D 1st yr. 

Win. V. Mitchell, M.l") 1st yr. 

I. SURGERY 

i.h R. P. Wall, D.D.S. 3rd yr. 

Alfred <■'. Vlener, D.D.S 2nd yr. 

Thomas L, Blake, D.D.S 2nd yr. 

James Robert Peltier, D.D.S 1st yr. 

Bernard C. Holtier, D.D.S 1st yr. 

Dale D. Whitcher, D.D.S 2nd yr. 



Dates of Service 


From 


To 


7/1/G7 


6/30/58 




6/30/5S 


7/1/57 




7/1/67 


6/30/63 


7/11/58 


■ 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 




6/30/58 


7/1/57 


: 


7/1/57 




7/1/57 




2/1/58 


7 31 58 


7/1/57 


6/30/58 


7/1/57 




7/1/57 


8 BO 58 


7/1/67 




7/1/57 


6/30 58 


R/10/56 


j s M 



RESIDENTS FROM DUKE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL, DURHAM, 
NORTH CAROLINA 

Hamilton W. McKay. M.D. 

igned to LSU Pediatrics from 7/1/57 to 8/31/57) 

Norbert B. Enter, M.D. 

(Assigned to Tulane Pediatrics from 9/1/57 to 10/27/57) 

Corbett H. Turner, M.D. 

(Assigned to LSU Pediatrics from 11/1/57 to 12/31/57) 

Shirley E. Kirkman, M.D. 

Tulane Pediatrics from 1/1/58 to 2/28/BS) 

James Hall, M.D. 

(Assigned to Lsr Pediatrics from 5/1/58 to «/M 58) 

RESIDENTS FROM OTHER HOSPITALS AND DEPARTMENTS 

Eldon Pence, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, .\V» Or- 
leans — assigned to Tulane Medicine from 7/1/57 to 9/30/67) 

Ferdinando F. Vizzi, M.D, 

hange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, Nwv Or- 
leans— assigned to Tulane Medicine from 7/1/57 to 9/30/57) 

Warren L. Belefing, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Vc( erniis Administration Hospital, New I n- 
leans— assigned to Tulane Medicine from 10/1/57 to 13 81/67) 

John N. Bickers, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration llospHal, New Or- 
■ns— assigned to Tulane Medicine from 1/1/58 to 8/31/68) 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 

Louis Burroughs, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Orleans 
—assigned to Tulane Medicine from 4/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

Perry Ekman, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital New Orleans 
—assigned to Tulane Medicine from 1/1/58 to 3/ 31/ 58) 

John Koch, Md, 

(Resident from EENT Hospital. New Orleans— assigned to Tulane 
Ophthalmology from 7/1/57 to 9/7/57) 

Benjamin Murphy, M.D. 

(Resident from EENT Hospital. New Orleans — assigned to Tulane 
Ophthalmology from 9/8/57 to 11/8/57) 

George Gary, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Tulane 
University School of Medicine— assigned to Tulane Orthopedic Sur- 
gery from 7/1/57 to 6/80/ B8) 

Jerome Ambriater, M.D. 

(Exchange Resident from Foundation Hospital, New Orleans— assigned 
to Tulane Orthopedic Surgery from 7/1/57 to 12/31/57) 

William W. Pearson, M.D. 

(Resident from Veterans Administration Hospital, New Orleans — assignee 
to Anesthesiology from 9/9/57 to 9/8/58) 

Stanley R. Zerne, M.D. 

(Resident from Yale University Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut 

assigned to Tulane Obstetrics-Gynecology from 10/1/57 to 12/31/57) 

George Couch, M.D. 

(Resident from Yale University Hospital, New Haven, Connecticut — . 
assigned to Tulane Obstetrics-Gynecology from 1/1/58 to 3/31/58) 

Robert Cook, M.D. 

(Rt-Hiiltnt from Foundation Hospital, New Orleans — assigned to Radiology 
from 3/1/58 to 6/30/58) 

Arthur Morel, M.D. 

<Itesi<lt<nt from Foundation Hospital, New Orleans — assigned to Radiology 
from 1/1/68 to 4/30/58) 

Dona! D. O'Sullivan, M.D. 

(Resident from Mercy Hospital, Toledo, Ohio — assigned to Pathology 
from 1/13/58 to 2/28/68) 

Gerald Nellhaua, M.D. 

(lUaldmt from Massachusetts General Hospital — assigned to Tulane 
Pediatrics from 4/1/58 to S/10/68) 



28 



CHARITY HOSPITAL INTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

Rotatino Interni 



Achilles Peter Anton, M.D. 
Hans Paulsen Armstrong, M.D. 
Ronald Gerard Aucoin, M.D. 
Theodore Balsam, M.D. 
Leonard David Herman, M.D, 
Terence Seven, M.D. 
Robert Furdy Bland, Jr., M.D. 
William A. Bootle, M.I). 
James Louis Boudreaux, M.D. 
Charles Wm, Boustany, M.D. 
Harry Everette Burrow, Jr., M.D. 
George Edward P. Buxton, M.D. 
James Robert Calvin, M.D. 
Thomas Albert Campbell, M.D. 
Charles Ling Chlng, M.D. 
Carolyn Maureen Clawson, M.D. 
William Rodney Clement, M.D. 
David Womack Colbert. Jr., M.D. 
Robert Marion Conlon, M.D. 
Magruder Sullivan Corban, M.D. 
Joseph T. Coyle, M.D. 
Nicholas Anthony D'Amato. M.D. 
James Dudley Day, M.D. 
William James Dickey, Jr., M.D. 
Hal C. Douglass, Jr., M.D. 
Harvey Lyons Fishman, M.D. 
John Henry Freeman, M.D. 
Alan Freid, M.D. 

Nlcoll FosdiciC fialbralth, Jr.. M.D. 
James R. Gantt. M.D. 
Jiihii Byron Gathrlght, Jr., M.D. 
Robert Neaves G 111! land, M.D. 
James Pugh Gillmore, M.D. 
Peachy Rldgway Gilmer, Jr., M.D. 
Fabian Sebastian Gomez, M.D. 
Glenn Lcland Gore, M.D. 
Wm. J. Graber, ill. M.D. 
Joseph Guy Guarlnn. M.D. 
Charles Edward H'Doubler, M.D. 
Earl Randolph Hackett. M.D. 
James Donald Hadley, M.D. 
Ernest Charles Hansen. Jr.. M.D. 
Wm. Odell Hargrove, Jr., M.D. 
I*arry Joseph Hebert, M.D. 
Dan Maxson HenshttW, M.D. 
Joe Ben Hidden. M.D. 
Ernest Richard Hollahaugh, M.D. 
Samuel S. Holladay, M.D. 
Bobby Joe Hood, M.D. 
Robert Shelby Hughes, M.D. 
Herbert Ichlnose, M.D. 
Peter Stoddard lining, M.D. 



Yvonne Marcel Johnson, M.D. 
Marvin Edward Kendrick, M.D. 
Frederick J. KSttler, M.D. 
Raymond Frederick Kltzlger, M.D. 
Robert Dean Knoll, M.D. 
Philip Morris Laborde, M.D. 
Roy Louis Landry, M.D. 
Charles Donald Ijangford, M.D. 
Wm. H, Langhorne, M.D. 
Charles Edward Lavis. M.D. 
Julius Lizard Levy, Jr., M.D. 
Aaron Howard Lipton, M.D. 
Crawford Williamson Long, M.D. 
Tom Louis. Itl, M.D. 
Robert Carroll MacKay, M.D. 
James Tolbert Maddux, Jr., M.D. 
Karl J<is.T'h Madere, M.D. 
Errol Delmar Malvaney, M.D. 
F. Russell Manuel, Jr., M.D. 
Arthur Archie Mauterer, M.D. 
Edmund McDonald Molnar, M.D. 
Anthony Joseph Moore. M.D. 
Norman Yoshlichl Nakamura, M.D. 
Lawrence P. O'Meallie, M.D. 
Alfred Adolph Ollnde, M.D. 
James Melvln Orth, M.D. 
Clayton Justus Overton, Jr.. M.D, 
Joseph Gerard Patton, M.D. 
Kenneth Edward Pelrce, M.D. 
II. Gunther Peridigao. M.D. 
Wlllard J. Pevey, M.D. 
Carlton Duwain Pittard, M.D. 
James Mark Platls. M.D. 
Benjamin Elon Potter, M.D. 
Walter Links Prlckett. MI). 
John David Pumphrey. M.D. 
Michael Reuben Quastel, M.D. 
Paul Bernard Radelat, M.D. 
Dorothy Alyene Reese. M.D. 
Donald Edward Richardson. M.D. 
James A. Robertson, M.D. 
James Joseph Roda, M.D, 
Joseph Augustine Rajas, M.D. 
Thcophilus Ersklnc Ross. Jr., M.D. 
James Henry Salmon, M.D. 
John Ecimond Salvagglo, M.D. 
Lee Marcus Sengle, Jr., M.D. 
Alan Jack Serrlns, M.D. 
Edward Hriggs Shaw, M.D. 
Paul Bernard Hhaw, M.D. 
William Frank Slstrunk, M.D. 
George Virgil Smith, M.D. 



» 



INTERN STAFF— (Continued) 

U..I..TI Dewey i>mith, MJD, Jamca Mulherrin Todd, Jr., M.D. 

fjirvlx HorouH, M.D. Raymond Q, Tronzo. M.D. 

" -sin .Sparks, M.D. Whn. Floris Van Muyden. M.D. 

Daniel Joseph Spit-he, M.D. Chester A, Vaughn, M.D 

James Owen Stephenson, M.D. Alvin Welner M D 

WlHle Leon Stertii, Jr., M.D. i .. ,, j,,,, \\ v ndt , MD . 

William Grady Thompson. Jr., M.D. William John Wetta. M.D. 
William Curtls-Nash Wilcox, M.D. 
July 1, 1956 - December 31, 1956 
March 1, 1957 - August 31, 1957 
Anthony Wilfred Orlandelia, M.D. 

July 1, 1956 • January 11, 1957 

February 12, 1957 - July 31, 1957 

William R. Ptomey, M.D. 

July 1, 1956 • December 31, 1956 

July 1, 1957 - December 31, 1967 

L. C. Henson, M.D. 

January 1, 1957 - December 31, 1937 
John Paul Phillips, M.D. 

April 1, 1957- June 30, 1958 
Kny Jensen Smallwood, M.D. 

July 1, 1957 - December 23, 1957 

March 1, 1958 - September 30, 1958 

Charles Joseph Saporlto, M.D, 

August 1, 1957 - June 30, 1958 

Bruce Steir, M.D. 

October 1, 1957 - September 30, 1958 

William Ruttedge Lockwood, M.D. 

Bore-Id Paul McDonald, M.D. 

January 1, 1958- December 31, 1958 
Joseph Thorn fis Hamrick, M.D. 

Int.-rns listed below from He li i stiiies i'uhlic Health Service Hospital, 

New Orleans, Louisiana, served In Charity Hospital on the Tulane Pediatrics 
Serviic for periods listed: 

July and August 1957 January and February 1958 

John Lawi r,re, M.D. H.'irtie I. l.D. 

rn.ll.er>,-. M.D. Charles Reaaor Cain, M.D. 

September and October 1957 March and April 1958 

'•' ■ Ulehiiiil Knapp, M.n. Carl Henry Keller, M.D. 

Domlnlck Manual Lago, M.D, Irving Oaynojr Kenned?, -h\. M.D. 

November and Docember 1957 May and June 1958 

Itnlph Edmund Back, M.D, Leland Lowell Fairbanks, Mil. 

n Buckmayar, M.n. Edwin Martin Kety. M.D. 

ORAL SURGERY INTERNS 

July 1, 1957 • June 30, 1958 
- D.D.S. Lurry David Lacour, D.D.S. 

liotieri M. Olivier, D.D.S. 

July 16, 1957 - July 15, 1958 
William F. Wharton, D.D.S. 

SO 



EXTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1957— June 30, 1958 

Dates of 
PATHOLOGY From 

Frederick C. Atkinson 8/1/56 

James Bruner . , 6/1/68 

Enrique Chi 5/28/56 

Walter Cockerham 9/1/67 

John E. Dalgre 6/1/57 

Ricardo del Real 8/1 /58 

James A. Gray , . 6/1/58 

Michael Halphen 11/1/56 

Travis .1, Harrison 4/1/68 

Rodney Holoomb 8/1/68 

Edwin Jenevein 8/1/66 

Charles F. MeConnell 8/6/66 

James M. McCroady 9/23/55 

John Milam 6/1/68 

Stanley Nelson 1/20/58 

George Rlslnger 6/1/68 

(Transferred from Blood Bank) 

David Royal , 6/1/58 

Willis M. Russell 5/31/56 

Roland F. Samson 6/5/56 

Marion Simpson 4/1/58 

John L. Smith 6/1/58 

Robert S. White , 6/1/57 

Paul Young 6/1/57 

BLOOD BANK 

A, J. Axelrod 6/5/57 

Duncan D. Burford 5/23/S6 

Robert V. Cazayoux , 5/1/57 

Dpylp Cochran >J I /:,-! 

Ernest Delahaye 5/27/5S 

Jack C. Hoover 3/S/57 

Thomas Latour 6/13/58 

Lawrence I* McAlnJne 5/7/57 

(Transferred to Rehabilitation Unit) 

John Milam 12/6/57 

James Murtaugh 12/8/67 

(Transferred from Medlcul Record Library) 

Daniel C. Newbill , 6/20/57 

George Risinger 2/1/58 

I Transferred to Pathology) 

Ted R. Robinson 6/1/58 

Henry Watanabe , 6/5/58 

DOCTORS AND PATIENTS LIBRARY 

Ferdle Bouilreaux 6/1/57 

James M. Budd 8/10/56 

Thomas V. Holmes 6/1/57 

Robert H. Schullngkamp 11/22/66 



Service 
To 

5/31/68 
6/30/58 
5/31/58 
5/26/58 
6/30/58 
6/S0/58 
5/26/68 
8/9/67 
6/30/58 
6/30/58 
8/28/67 
B/8v/«8 
5/31/58 
8/30/58 
5/31/68 
6/30/58 

6/30/58 
Nov. 1957 
3/31/58 
6/30/58 
6/30/68 
5/81/68 
3/31/58 



9/1/57 
12/2/67 
12/2/57 
6/30/58 
6/30/58 
1/31/58 
6/30/58 
6/31/58 

6/31/68 
6/30/68 

9/1/57 
5/31/58 

1/4/88 

6/30/58 



6/30/58 
6/30/68 
8/80 Sj 
8/80 58 



31 



EXTERN STAFF— (Contmwsd^ 

scuiDii iTi.,. Dates of Service 

REHABILITATION UNIT From To 

James A. Howell, Jr 10/13/66 5/31/58 

Lawrence I.. MeAJplne 6/1/58 6/30/58 

(Transferred from Blood Bank) 

MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY 

Carroll L. Ancelet , 5/28/56 12/19/5 7 

Victor J. Ferrans 7/15/57 6/30/&8 

•William Harmon _ 7/9/57 6/30/58 

Charles E. Karst 5/2/&8 6/30/B8 

Alvaro Marin 1/6/58 4/2/ 5s 

James Moncrief 12/9/57 6/30/B8 

James J. Murtagh 6/1/57 12/9/57 

(Transferred to Blood Bank) 

Anthony G, Poche 6/1,57 7/9/57 

R. Stambuiie 6/9/58 6/30/58 

Henry Watanabe 6/1/57 7/14/57 

PSYCHIATRY 

Camellia Carter 6/1/68 6/SO/Ss 

Victor Gonzales 6/1/B8 6/30/58 

Roland Ratzlaff 6/1/56 5/31/58 

James E. Weilbaecher 10/16/56 5/31/58 

PREMATURE INFANT NURSERY 

Brooke Cronan 8/13/57 fi/30/58 



DENTAL EXTERN S 

The entire Senior Class in Dentistry of the Loyola University School of 
Dentistry, New Orleans, Louisiana, serve for specific periods as Externa 
L n ,„P,tI! t ' stry in Chal ' it y Hospital— Assignments for period 7/1/57 to 
6/30/58 were as follows: 

June 23, 1957 - July 13, 1957 

Roland A. Cnlre 

Sam S. Vinci 

Frankiyn E, Copeland 

July 14, 1957 -August 3, 1957 

Martin C. Bonacorso 

Doyle F. Philliup" 

John F. Day 

August 4, 1957 - August 24, 1957 

Jack L. Ratley 

Roiand Turner 

Richard Donohue 

Roland A. Caire 

August 25, 1957 - September 14, 1957 
Lloyd M. Magruder. Jr. 
Norman Zaffater 
Dunald J. Perrere 



32 



DENTAL EXTERNS— (Continued) 



September 15, 1957 - October 5, 1957 

Hector Oliveiro 

Alvarn J, Marin 

Carlos F. Mendoza 

October 6, 1957 • October 26, 1957 

Carroll L. Wood 

George N. Newtun 

October 23, 1957 - October 26, 1957 
Carlos Maa) 

October 27, 1957 - November 16, 1957 
Whoek'i- M. Tunstall 

Frank S. Sctaro 
Raphael deBoisblanc 

November 17, 1957 - December 7, 1957 

Limis Gilbert! 

James T. Clynes 

Robert A. Lefeve 

December 8, 1957 ■ December 28, 1957 
Michael Maal 

December 15, 1957 • December 17, 1957 
Carlos -Maal 

December 18, 1957 • December 31, 1957 
Carrol Ancelet 

December 22, 1957 - December 28, 1957 
F. Hanley 

December 29, 1957 • January 18, 1958 
James A. Andrews 
Dominic Ban 
Robert J. Clark 

January 19, 1958 - February 8, 1958 

Walter E. Tlsdale 

Fred Tegtmeter 

James Brock will 

February 9, 1958 - March 1, 1958 

Carlton ll:mj;en 

Clyde Giordano 

Ernesto Calvo 

March 2, 1958 - March 22, 1958 

Olin Uesonier 

Charles Sicard 

Ernest Mlttelbronn 

March 23, 1958- April 12, 1958 
I»ys L. Huckabay 

Cecil R Lloyd 
William M. Hardy 



33 



DENTAL EXTERN S— (Continued) 



April 13, 1958- May 3, 1958 
M i -red It h Burch 
Arlen Hand 
Richard Leaneskl 

May 4, 1958- May 17, 1958 

Jerry C. Johnston 

Edward Simon 

May 18, 1968 - June 7, 1958 
Cordon J. Mills 

- a Camel 
Alcest 1* Bab in 

June 8, 1958 - June 28, 1958 

Harold G. Edwards 

Prank J, De Paula 

Ki-uben A. Crowe 

June 29, 1958 - July 19, 1958 

S. G. 0t« 

WUbur Schnauder 

Frank L, Taulll 



34 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

TULANE UNIT 

HEAD OF UNIT 
M. E, Lauham, M.D. 

MEDICINE 
George E. Burch, M.D, — Phyaician-tn-Chlef 

Consultants 

Grace A. Goldsmith, M.D. 
S. Jacobs. Mi 
P. H. Jones, M.li, 
P, L. Querens, M.D. 
I. L. Bobbins, M.D. 
R. H. Turn.;-. M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

T. F. Treuting, M.D. 
C. J. Tripoli. M.D. 

(Resigned 10/14/57) 
\V. G. Unglaub, M.D. 
i Leave of Abs' 
3/29/58 - 7/10/58) 



Robert Bernhard, M.D, 
0. W. Bethea, M.D. 
O. E. Burch, M.D. 
M. Campagna, M.D. 
L. J. Dubus, M.D. 



D. C, Browne, M.D. 
C. T. Rfiy. Ml). 
Maridel Saunders, M.D. 
J. B. Schenthal, M.D. 

A. Segaloft, M.D. 

S. A. Threefoot. M.D. 



W, R. Arrowsmitb, M.D. 

H. M. Batson, M.D. 

R. Birch;* U. M.D, 

T. Bloch, M.I>, 

J. Block. M.D. 

J. K. Bradford. M.D. 

E. n. Bresler, M.D. 
(From 7/1/57 to 10/10/ 

R. E. Burch, M.D. 
L. Cabiran, M.D. 
W. Culpepper, M.D. 
W, D. Davis, M.D. 

B. J. DeDaureal, M.D. 
V. J. Derbes, M.D. 

J. Diagman, M.D. 

J. P. Fox, M.D. 

N. Goldstein, M.D. 

H. B. Greenberg, M.D. 

H. B. Hatch, M.D. 

El. Horaok, M.I>. 

D. J, Horan, M.D. 

Hunter, m.d. 
A. L. Hyman. M.D 

F. P. Incaprcra, M.D. 
T, N. James, M.D. 

C. C. Joseph, M.D. 
R. C. .lung, M.D. 
H. A. Klein, M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 

R. H. Linn. M.D. 

(Resigned R/16/67) 
W. D, Locke, M.D. 
W, O. Love, M.D. 
D. 11. MeCm-ley. M.D. 
.1. A. Magne, M.D. 
J. D. Martin, M.D. 
57> B. df :-=. Matthews, M.D. 

w. J. Mogabgab. M.D. 

1'. .1. Mnris.m, M I 
C. S. Nadler. M.D. 
J. G. Parker, M.D. 
,1. C, S, Paterson, M.D. 
V. A. I\m. M.D. 

A. Prietu, M.D. 

F. L. Ranter, M.D. 
C. C. Sprague, M.D. 

B. K. Threefoot, M.D. 
W. .!. Trautman. M.D. 
W. 1. Tr> in inc. M.D. 

A. J. Walker, M.D. (Educational 
Leave of Absence, 7/1/ 56 - 6/30/ 68) 

.1. J. Walsh, M.D. 
ft. K. Weaver, M.D. 
T, K. \V. las, M.D. 
Welch, M.D. 

B. B. Wells, M.D. 
H. White, M.D. 



35 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



M. Zlaking, M.D. 
R M. Arthur, M.D. 
r. JT. Bowers, M.D. 
B. W. Brown. M.D. 
J. D. Bullington, M.D. 
W. Calvert, M.D. 
R, P. Cameron, M.D. 
E. Comer, M.D. 
I* C. Eyrich. M.D. 
E. B. Ferguson. M.D. 
L. H. Golden, M.D. 
M. Goldfleld, M.D. 
M. Humbreeht, M.D. 
R C. Kelleher, M.D. 



P. C. Beaver. Ph.D. 
M. H. Mack, Ph.D. 
A. Miller. Ph.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physician* 

VV. W. Ij»k.\ Mil 

M. J. L*l loUX, M.D. 

G. B. Malaret, M.D. (Military 

l.-ave to 8/1/58) 
F V. Mayer, M.D. 
S U Middleton. M.D. 
J. H. Phillips, M.D. 

A. L. Prevatt, M.D. 
\V H. Schindel, M.D. 
.1. M Shaw, M.D. 

W. J. Stuckey. M.D. 
M. .1 UVisl-r. .Mil. 
II A. White, M.D. 
I. Yager, M.D. 
P. C. Young 

Scientists 

O. N. Miller, Ph.D. 
W. Felon, Ph.D. 

B, P. Sandman, Ph.D. 
M. F. Shaffer. Ph.D. 



DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY 

J. W. Purks-. M.D. — Dermatologist-ln-Chief 



J. W. Burka, M.D. 



A. N, Alvarado, M.D. 
H. B. Chrlstlanson, M.D. 
B\ C. Grieshaber, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Physicians 

L. D, McLean, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

J. D. Krafchuk. M.D. 
W. K. Reed, M.D. 
R. Ross, Jr.. M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 
John M, Brewer, M.D. 

NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

G. Heath, M.D. — Neurologlst-Psychlatrist-in-Chief 

Consultant 
W. J. Otis, M.D.— Psychiatry 

Senior Visiting Physician 
R. G. Heath, M.D. — Pay chlatry- Neurology 



Visiting 

J. W, Blck, M.D. — Neurology 
J. H. Brown, M.D. — Psychiatry 
R. W. Buddington, M.D. — Psychiatri- 
st B. Cohen, M.D. — Psychiatry 
M. L. Enelow, M.D.— Psychiatry 

(Resigned 8/15/67) 
A. W. Epstein, M.D.— Psychiatry- 
Neurology 



Physicians 

C. A. Feigley, M.D.— Psychiatry 

D, A. Freedman, M.D, — Neurology 
W. J. Gadpiiille, M.D.— Psychiatry 
F. R. Hinea, M.D. — Psychiatry 

R. C. Lancaster, M.D.— Psychiatry 
H. Lesse, M.D. — Psychiatry 
H. I. Lief, M.D.— Psychiatry 
I. M. Marcus, M.D.— Psychiatry 



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VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



H, W. Miles, M.D. — Psychiatry n. Paterson, M.D. — Neurology 

R. R. Monroe, M.D.— Psychiatry H. T. Posey, M.D.— Psychiatry 

E. C. Norman, M.D. — Psychiatry T. L. L. Soniat, M.D. — Neurology 

O. L. Usdin, M.D. — Psychiatry 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 
C. Bozzi, M.D.— Psychiatry V. P. Lief, M.D.— Psychiatry 

C. P. Colby, M.D,— Psychiatry C. Midlo, M.D.— Neurology 

Nina R. Lief, M.D. — Psychiatry J. P. Pratt, M.D, — Psychiatry 

A. S. Samuels, M.D. — Psychiatry 

Scientists 

L. W. Byers, Ph.D. — B. E. Leach, Ph.D. — 

Neurology-Psychiatry Neurology-Psychiatry 

H. E. King, Ph.D.— W. A. MIckle, Jr., M.D, — 

Neurology-Psychiatry Neurology- Psychiatry 

K. M. Young. Ph.D.— Neurology-Psychiatry 

PEDIATRICS 

R. V. Platou, M.D,— Pediatrlcian-in-Chief 

Consultant 
M. Loeber, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
R, E. de la Hoyssaye, M.D. R. V. Platou, M.D. 

G, R. Williamson, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 
J. Graubarth, M.D. E. L. Levert. M.D. 

C. G. Grulee, M.D. E. F. Naef, M.D. 

J. M. Horan, M.D. J. D. Russ, M.D. 

C. H. Snyder, M.D, 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

Doris J. D. Adam, M.D. J. R Powers, M.D, 

L, K. Branch, M.D. N. J. Robinson, M.D. 

H. P. Brawner, M.D. Emma Sailors, M.D, 

(Resigned 9/26/67) (Resigned 11/30/5T) 

J. A. Diaz, M.D. R. S. Shirai. M.D, 

G. J. Fruthaler, M.D. H. G. Simon, M.D. 

G. G. Gibson. M.D. G. A. Stewart, M.D. 
P. M. Harris, Jr., M.D. (Resigned 1/31/68) 

G. C. Hassinger, M.D. J. E. Stewart, JI.I>. 

R. H. Lennox, M.D. C. D. Talley, M.D. 

J. C. Lipsey. M.D. A. H. Thalheim. M.D. 

L. A. McLaughlin. M.D. B. F. Thompson, M.D. 

S. L, Madey, M.D. D. W. Van Gelderk, M.D. 

J. W". Mann, M.D. R. P. Velth, M.D. 

W. G, Palfrey, M.D. W. W. Waring, M.D. 

C. F. Wasserman, M.D. 

Scientist 
H. W. Kloepfer, Ph.D. 

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VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



PATHOLOGY 
C. K. Iiunhiji, M.D— PatbOtogttt-ftl-Cfllef 

Consultant 
W. II. Harris, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Pathologist! 

C i: Dtralap, M.D. w. h. atamtmrg, M.D. 

Visiting Pathologists 

w it Clark, M.D. !, j.-y,,,, r M D . 

J- H. Dent. M.D W. II. Harris. Jr.. M.I). 

J. Zisklnd. M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Pathologists 
W. O, Bclcert. m.U f. be. Harris, m.d 

If. Sldransky, M.Ii. 

Scientists 
K. BaloKh. M.D. H. C. Pltot, M.D. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

( Under Department of Surgery) 

Visiting Anesthesiologists 
M 1 1. Beck, M.D. O. B , Grant| M]) 

F. X. Letard. M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Anesthesiologists 
R S. Hill, M.D. (Resigned 4/30/58) J. B. Parmley. M.D. 

A. J. Wyly. M.D. 

SURGERY 
OBcar Creech, M.D.— Surgeon-in-Chief 

Consultants 
W, P. Bradburn, M.D. O. C. Cassegraln. fcUQ. 

R. Maia.s, M.D. (Decea-- 

Senior Visiting Surgeon* 
F. F. Boyce. M.D. M. D. Mfchei, M.D. 

L. S. Charhonnet, M.D. Alton Ocbsner, M.D. 

0. Creech, M.D. hyena, M.D.— Plastic Surgery 
D. H. Echols. M.D. — Neurosurgery B. M. Penlck. M.D. 

1. M. Gage, M.D. (Deceased) a. H. Storck, M.D. 

P. H. Hanley, M.D. R. W. Vincent, M.D.— Plastic Surgery 

M. O. Hlnes, M.D. C. Walters, M.D. 

H. R. Kahle, M.D. (Transferred 
to Independent Surgery) 

Visiting Surgeons 
P. W, Acree, M.D. J, b. Blafoek. M.D. 

C. C. Abbott. M.D. E. J. Cerise, M.D. 

J. A. Beekln, M.D. A. C. Davidson, M.D. 

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VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



P. T. DeCamp, M,D. 

R. W. Hughes, M.D. — Plastic Surgery 

J. D. Jackson, M.D. — Neurosurgery 

H. D. Kirgis. M.D. — Neurosurgery 

E. T, Krementz, M.D. 

V. R. Kroll. M.D. 

S. Logan, M.D. 

R. C. Llewellyn. M.D. — Neurosurgery 



R. C. Lynch, M.D. 

J, T. McQuitty. M.D, 

R. .1. Meade, M.D. — Plastic Surgery 

W. R. Page. M.D, — Neurosurgery 

W. C. Quinn, M.D. 

.). E, Ray, M.D, 

K. Reemtsma, M.D. 

D. M. Rosenberg, M.D. 



R. J. Schramel, M.D. 
Assistant Visiting Surgeons 



E. B. Becker. M.D. — Plastic Surgery 

Day, M.D. 
R- C. Hadtey, M.D,— Plastic Surgery 
L Krust, M.D. — Plastic Surgery 



B. McG. Rush, M.D. 

C. V". Menendez, M.D. 
,M. I. Rathbone, M.D, 

R. Ryan, M.D. — Plastic Surgery 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

C. <"!. Collins, M.D. — Obstetrician-Gynecologlst-in- > 



E. H. Countiss, M.D. 
J. S. Hebert, M.D. 
C. G. Johnson. M.D. 



I '. W, Beaeham. M.D. 
W. D. Beaeham, M.D. 
C. G. Collins, M.D. 
J. H. Collins. M.D. 
•I. T. Davis. Jr.. M.D. 

0. R. Depp, M.D. 

1. Dyer, M.D. 



Consultants 

E. L King, M.D. 
H. W. Kostmayer, M.D. 
J. W. Reddock, M.D. 
C. H, Tyrone, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

C. J. Gasklll, M. D. 
84". E. Lapham. M.D. 
H. Meyer, M.D. 
R. E. Moor, M.D. 
E. W. Nelson, M.D. 
M. D, Stelni r, MJ>. 
E. P. Thomas, M.D. 
J. C. Weed, M.D. 



R. C. Ball, M.D. 

IV, P. Rradburn, M.D. 

P. R Bradin, M.lt. (Resigned 

R. G. Burman, MIX 

ii. B. Cassldy, M.D. 

It. J. Crawl.'y, M.D, 
C. Parris, M.D. 
J. P. CI riff on. M.D. 
A. M. H'-li.-rt, M.D. 

K. .1. Hoftman, M.D. 
J. A. Kins. M ,D, 
J. Kuehnor, M.D. 
P. J. Km pp. M.D. 
G. E. MeCaskey, M.D. 
C. F. Moll, M.D, 

D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

P, O. Nix. M.D. 
M. Pallet, M.D. 
7/13/67) F. B. Plzzolato, M.D. 
G. E. Posner, M.D, 
L, I. Poet, M.D. 
R. E. Rougelot, M.D. 
G. T. Schneider, M.D. 
M. Schudmak. M.D. 
R. C. Smith, U 
W. C. Scheppegrell. M.D. 
M. J. St. Remain, M.D. 
G. f SustendaJ, M.D. 
J. R. Swartwout, BID, 
J. C. Thorn, M.D. 
J. Van Pelt, M.D. 
rein. M.D. 



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VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



J. K. A vent, M.D . 
K. A. Bowman, M.D. 
L. D. Ekvail, M.D. 



J. H. 



J. H. Allen, M.D. 



B. L. Adair, M.D. 
R. F. Azar, M.D. 
G. C. Bahn, M.D . 
P. T. Beatrous. M.D. 
J. L. Byers, M.D. 
S, R. Gaines, M.D. 



J, Finkelateln, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

.1. W. Davenport, M.D. 
W. G. Sutlive. M. D. 
L. C. White, M.D. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 
Allen, M.D.— Ophthalmologist -in- Chi'-f 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

W. M. Boles, M.D. 

W. B. Clark. MJ3>„ 

Visiting Surgeons 

A. F. Habeeb, M.D. 
M. Gs Holland. M.D. 
J. W. Ronenthal, M.D. 
A. Schimek. M.D. 
St E. Schoel, M.D. 
M. C, Wilensky, M.D 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

D. 8. Oliver, M.D. 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

J, W. McLaurin, M.D. — Otolaryngologist- in -Chief 
Harold G. Tabb. M.D.— Otolaryngologlst-in-Chief (Effective May 1958 > 



C. L. Brown, M.D. 
F. E, Lejeune, M.D. 



L. W. Alexander, M.D. 
M, G. Lynch, M.D. 
W. Rubin, M.D. 



W. P, Beatrous, M.D. 
A. B. Cairns, M.D. 
D. J. Farwell, M.D. 
W. Finkelsteln, M.D. 



M. Joseph, M.S. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

J. W. McLaurin. M.D. 
H. <}. Tabb. M.I'. 
E. G. Walls, 11,1.). 

Visiting Surgeons 

L. J. Rutledge. M.D. 
W. A. Wagner, M.D. 
C. S. Wood, M.D. 
S. Zurik, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

a. R. Kuehnle. M.D. 
M. L. Lewis, M.D. 
T. P. Ragglo, M.D. 
R. M. Street, M.D. 

Scientists 

J. K. Laquaite, Ph.D. 
C. E. Linke, Ph.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 
J. K. Wickstrom, M.D,— Orthopedist-ln-Chlef 



R. H. Alldredge, M.D. 
G. C. B. Berkett, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. D. Morris. M.D. 
J. K. Wickstrom, M.D. 



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VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



N. J. Accardo, M.D. 
T. L. Duncan, M.D. 
E. T. Haslam. M. T>. 
•I. T. Kerr, M.D. 



O. K. Gray, M.D. 



W 



Visiting Surgeons 

.1. W. Newport, M.D. 

C. F. Orofmo, M.D. 

D. C. Rlordan, M.D. 
Mary S. Sherman. M.D. 

H. R. Soboloff. M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

G. R. Rleth, M.D. 

RADIOLOGY 
N. Ane, M.D.— Radiologist- in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Radiologists 

,1. V. Hi.j.kins, M.D. 

Visiting Radiologists 

E. H. Little, M.D, 
W. McDowell, M.D, 

W. 8. Ncal. M.D. 
C. P. Oderr, M.D. 
S. F. Ochaner, M.D. 
I.. Richard, M.D, 

UROLOGY 

Edgar Burns, M.D, — Urologist- in-Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
Burns, M.D. J. Monville, M.D. 

Kittredge, M.D. G. Tomskey, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 
Brannan, M.D. A. M. Pratt, MI). 



J. 


N. Ane, M.D. 


I. 

B 
X. 
T, 

YV 


J. Brlstow, M.D. 

C, Buchtel, M.D. 
X. Hunt. M.D. 

I*. Jackson, M.D. 
(Resigned 4/20/58) 
. J. Landry, M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

LSU UNIT 

HEAD OF UNIT 
W. W. Frye, M.D. 

MEDICINE 

W. R. Akenhead, M.D. — Physlcian-ln-Chief 

Consultant 
N. F. TMberee. M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



W. R. Akenhenil, M.D. 
Oscar Blitz, M.D. 
J. E. Blum, M.D. 
H. J. Dupuy, M.D. 
H. E. Dascomb. M.D. 
F. A. Elgenbrod, M.D. 
W. W. Frye, M.D. 
.1. E. Garcia, M.D. 
o Gardberg, M.D. 
C, ,i. Qulotta, M.D. 

u- Hull. M.D. (Leave of absence 
r,/58-8/31/58) 



P. B. Johnson. M.D. 
L. Levy II, M.D. 
J. L. Locaselo, M.D. 
F. X. Marino, M.D. 
L. A. Monte, M.D. 
Louis Ochs, M.D. 
H. 1). Ogden, M.D. 
C. Rabin, M.D. 
.1. H. Senbury, M.D. 
J. J. SiKnorelll. M.D. 
P. M. Tiller, Jr., M.D, 



8. -\ r)[ Ell. M.D. 
G. Bt-Tenson, M.D. 
S. Berry, M.D. 
J. Bobear, M.D. 
Jane Carver, M.D. 
<\ Dlcharry, M.D. 

A. A. Flore.", M.D. 
X. S. Gilbert, M.D. 
D. I„ Gordon, M.D. 
S. Halle. M.D. 
ft a Hhspel. M.D, 
I'. W, Hayes, M.D. 
W. J. Hollls, M.D. 
M. W. JutTifl, M.D. 
T. T : M.D. 

M. II. Kaplan, M.D. 
J. T. Lackert, M.D. 

Landry, Jr., M.D. 
B\ X. Lothschuetz. M.D. 



W. J. Boyer, M.D. 
L. D. Bultman, M.D. 



E. Bucdinp, M.D. 

T. E. Mansour, Ph.D. 



Visiting Physicians 

M.D, 
<■ )'.. Dnikart, M.D. 
W. M. Luikart. M.D. 
Gordon McHardy, M.D. 
J. P. McNulty, M.D. 
J. Mi opez, M.D. 

H. E. Meleney, M.D. 
E. Munyan, M.D. (Resigned II/I8/57] 
1. Muslnw. M.D. 
K. G. Nix. M.D. 
I. Rosen, 
J. P. Rull, M.D. 

X. s. Saiatich, m.d. 

I. Kinder. Ml). 

J. B. Stotler, M.D. 

M. Sutton. M.D. 

8. W. TiiltiMI. M.D, 

C. A. Waggenspack, M.D. 

C. R. Womack. M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

W. H. Hiatt, M.D. 
M. Kaplan. M.D. 
EL J. McHardy, M.D. 

Scientists 

H. J. Saz, Ph.D. 

J. H, Trapold. Ph.D. 



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VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 
R. L. Simmons. M.D. — Physlclan-in-Chlof 

Senior Visiting Physician 
R. L. Simmons, M.D. 

Scientists 
J. U. Miller. Ph.D. J. C. Swartzwelder, Ph.D. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SVPHILOLOGY 

C. B. Kennedy. M,l>.— Dermatologlst-in- Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
G. Gaethe, M.D. C. B. Kennedy, M.t> 

Visiting Physicians 

C. I. Black. M.D. H, W. Jolly. M.D. 

D. P. Bradley, M.h. P. R. Loria, M.D. 
W. Burroughs, M.D. I* K. Mundt. M.D. 

B*. H. Davis, M.S. D. Thibodeaux, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physician 
.1. M. Brock 

NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

C. Watkins. M.D.— Psychlatrist-in-Chlef 
R. Paddison. M.D. — Neurologist -In -Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
II n. Colomb, M.D.— Psychiatry M. B. Johnson. M.D. — Psychiatry 

H. ]\ Harris, M.D. — Psychiatry R. M. Paddlson, M.D.— Neurology 

(Resigned 8/81/67) T. W. Watters, M.D. — Psychiatry 

C. Watktns, M.D. — Psychiatry 

Visiting Physicians 

Adatto, M.D.— Psychiatry E. H, Knight. M.D.— Psychiatry 

K. H. Beach, M.D.— Psychiatry M. F. Miller, M.I >.— Psychiatry 

.'.. \l. niood. M.D. — Psychl.-T J. Moossy, MP. — .\Vnrology 

J. E. Chappuis, M.D.— Psychiatry S. L. Pollack, M.D.— Neurology 

E. J. Coda, M.D,— Psychiatry K. A. RUter, M.D. — Psychiatry 
P. II. Da vis. M.D.— Psychiatry \\ II. Rocker, MM.— Psychiatry 
M. e. DeBolt, M.D.— Psychiatry M, Sugar, M.D.— Psychiatry 

'; Perrias, S4VD.- Neurology W. C. Super, M.D. — Psychiatry 

W. w. Fleetwood, M.D. — Psychiatry E. O. Svenxon, M.D. — Psychiatry 
L. C. Hanes. M.D. — Psychiatry Nancy A. Walker. M.D. — Psychiatry 

Nherman N. Kieffer, M.D.— Psychiatry E. B, White, M.D. — Psychlatrv 
(From 10/10/S7 to 12/12/57) J. L. Winkler. M.D.— Psychiatry 

Assistant Visiting Physician 
T.. Buie. M.D. — Neurology & Psychiatry 

a 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



N. P. Dellis, Ph.D.— 
Psychiatry-Psychology 

R. N. Dorsey, Ph.D. — 
Psychiatry- Psychology 



Scientists 

T. W. Richards, Ph.D.— Psychiatry 
H. K. Stone, Ph.D.— Psychiatry- 
Neurology-Psychology 



PEDIATRICS 
R. L. Fowler, M.D. — Pediatriclan-in-Chief 

Consultant 
S. Schaefer, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physician 
R, L. Fowler, M.D. 



Esther Anderson, M.D. 
O. W. Brown, M.D. 

W. Everlst, M.D. 

B. Levy, M.D. 

W. McQuitty, M.D. 

T. Newsom, M.D. 



P. 

It. 
M. 
W. 



M. C. Allen, M.D. 
W. P. Calhoun, M.D. 
M. A, Curry, M.D. 
V. L. DiLeo, M.D. 
Gloria Dixon, M.D. 
E. Fichter, M.D. 
N. C. Galliano, M.D. 
A. J. Glorlando, M.D. 
M. J. Haley, M.I). 



Visiting Physicians 

R. Noviek, M.D. 
p. Roeenbaum, MJ>. 

R. Sappenfield, M.D. 

A. Stamler, M.D. 
R. N. Wexler, M.D. 
D. York, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

Dorothy L. Mack, M.D. 

B. C. Mason, M.D. 
M. L. Obenschain, M.D. 
U, Passmore, M.D, 
P. R. Phelps, M.D. 
F. A. Puyau, 

kill. M.D. 
.1. K. Strain. M.D, 
W. G. Terral. M.D. 
A. L. Wedge worth, M.D. 

Volunteer Assistant 
Eric T. Blown, M.D. 

Scientist 
C. W. Brae ken ridge. Ph.D. 

PATHOLOGY 

R. L. Holman, M.D.— Pathologist-in-Chlef 

i. J. Buddingh, M.D.— Microblologist-in-Chief 



R. L. Holman, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Pathologists 

P. Pizzolato, M.D. 



Visiting Pathologists 
C. Goetz, M.D. A. L. McQuown, M.D. 

II. M. Hartwpll. M.D. I'.. Muelline;, M.D. 

H. C. McGill, M.D. (Leave of Absence W. i;. Ni.tliacker, M.D. 
7/1/57-6/30/58) C. S. Petty. M.D. 



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VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



R. 


F. 


Ranson, 


, M.D. 






L. 


D. 


Swan, M.D. 


Monroe Samuels, M,D. 






K. 


A. 


Welsh, M.D. 










Assistant 


Visiting 


P.i 


thologists 


T. 


K. 


Farris, 


M.D. 






Carol 


A. Kline, M.D, 


J. 


C. 


Geer, M.D. 






J. 


Moossy. M.D. 










J. 


T, 


Strong, 


M.D. 



A. N. Barber, Ph.D. 
P. G. Brazda, Ph.D. 
G. J. Buddingh, M.D. 



N. H. 



Scientists 

A. S. Harris, Ph.D. (Leave of Absence 

7/1/57-12/31/58) 
Floyd Skelton, M.D. 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE 
Polmer, M.D.— Physiatrlst-in- Chief 



■J. Adrian!, M.D, 



K Uray, M.D. 

i.. L, Disitiake, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Physician 
N. H. Polmer, M.D, 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 
(Under Department of Surgery) 

Senior Visiting Anesthesiologists 

Wilmer Baker, M.D. 

Visiting Anesthesiologists 

v. r. Pagan, M.D. 

G. (1. Miles. M.D, (Resigned 11/15/57) 
C. J. Pope, M.D. 



SURGERY 
J. D. Rives. M.D. — Surgeon-In-Chief 

Consultant 
Isidore Cohn. M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



C. C. Craighead. M.D, 
J. L. DILeo, M.D. 
I. W. Kaplan. M.D. 
Bamuel Karlin, M.D. 
Howard H. Kfirr. M.H. 
I. Levin, M.D. 
Alfred R. Longacre, M.D. 
Howard Mahorner, M.D. 
C, J. Miangolarra, M.D. 



11, M. Albert. M.D. 
M. Atik, M.D. 
W. F. Hetkii'. M.D. 
E. Burke, M.D. 
1. Cohn, Jr., M.D. 



Win. !i. Xornian, M.D. 
James I >, Rives, M.D. 
Samuel A. Romano, M.D. 
Wm. A. Roy, MJ3. 
Sum H. Sidewltst, M.D. 
Malter A. Saialich. M.D, 
I 'in sin.liem, M.D. 
Lawrence u. . ; ' 
Carl H. WaM, 

Visiting Surgeons 

R. H. Corales, M.D. 
J. Elliott, M.D. 
It A. EhCUot, .M.D. 
William Leon, M.D. 
R. W. Levy, M.D. 



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VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



F. W. Maher, M.D. I,. K. Richardson, M.D. 

W. C. Miller, M.D. Rpwena Spencer, M.D, 

M. B. Myers, M.D. Albert H. St. Raymond, M.D. 

J. T. Nix, M.D. B. G. Taylor, M.D. 

W. W. Ogden, M.D. V, Tedesco, M.D. 

R. G. Reyes, MI). L. T. Tyler. M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
J. G. Lopez, M.D, (From 11/14/57 li. 3. Spedale, M.D. 

to 2/1/58) 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

if. L. McCall, M.D. — Obstetrician and Gynecologist- in -Chi-f 

Consultant 
P. Graffagnino, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
F. J. Bertuecl, M.U D. \V. Goldman, M.D. 

P. L. Danna, MJD. W\ E. Levy, M.D. 

A. Golden, M.D. M. L. McCall, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

R. Bila, M.D. J, G. Mule, M.D. 

Barbara Brew, M.D. p. s. i laar, M.D. 

J. M. Brocato, M.D. A. H. Sellmann, M.D. 

F. O. Brumfteld, M.D. B. C. Smith, M.l>. 

T. K. Dampeer, M.D. H. J. Tatum, M.D. (Special T.kivo 
C. M. Dougherty, M.D. from 7/1/57-B/30/S8) 

Louis A. Gallo, M.D. .1. |i. Thompson. M.D. 

C. F. Gull, M.D. R. J. Trace. M.D. 

L. J. Joseph, M.D. s. V. Ward, M.D. 

A. H. Lassen, M.D. VV. H. Weese, M.D. 

L. P. McCune, M.D. C. G. Wichser, M.D. 

A, Mickal, M.D. Z. Wohl. M.D, 

A. T. Montagnlno, M.D. J. S. Zoller 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
VTm. Inkret. M.D. R. E. Sawyer, M.D. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 
(',. M Hallt, M.D.— Opl)thalmologlst-in-<'hM 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
N. C. Farrlngton. M.I). G. M. Hatk, M.D. 

.V. L, Hart M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon 
G. S. Ellis, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
J. H. Andrews, M.D. (Resigned E. D. Wilson, M.I). (Rr-signed 

7/15/57) 11/30/57) 

11. II. Kalfl, .11. D. \Vm. H. Wykoff. M.D. 

U 



VISITING STAFF — (Continued) 



OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

V. M. Fuchs, M.D.— Otolaryngolo&ist-in-Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
V. H. Fuchs, M.D. J. P. Palermo, M.D. 

H. A. Tlinmas, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 
I* G, Cox, M.D. A. D. Montgomery, \i.I>. 

A. Pallia, M. D. G. J. Taquino, M.D. 
G. Joseph, M.D. H. Zoller, M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 
H. T. Simon, M.D.— Orthopedist- in-Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons, M.D. 
I. Ciihen, M.D. H. T. Himon, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

W. H. Brent, M.D. W. H, Newman, M.D, 

G. C. Brown, M.D. I. Redler, M.D. 

J. F, Nabos, M.D, A. Zander, M.D. 

UROLOGY 
H. T. Beaeham. M.D.— Urologlst-in-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
H. T. Beachman, M.D. M. M. Green, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

B. H. Qrlmm, M.D. R. Morrow, M.D. 

R. F. Sham -M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

INDEPENDENT UNIT 

HEAD OF UNIT 
Adoiph Jacobs, M.D, 

MEDICINE 

J. 0. Weilbaecher, Jr., M T>— Physictan-in-Chie£ 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
M. Shushan, M.D. J. o. Weilbaecher, Jr., M.D. 

J. W. Walls, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

B. Aymond, M.D.— Polio B. O, Morrison, M.D. 
L. G. Bole, M.D. S. L, Schiellesci 

C. O. Lilly, M.D.— Radiology L. A. Caboehe, M.D.— Allergy 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 
B. Hochfelder, M.D. P. Hymel, M.D. 

H. Koretzky. M.D. 

PEDIATRICS 
W. C. Rivenbark. M.D. — Pedlatrieian-In-Chtef 

Senior Visiting Physician 
W. C. Rivenbark, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 
H. B. Chalstrom, M.D. Ellen P. MacKenzie M.D. 

J. F, Craven, M.D. H. Rothschild, M.D. 

J. M. Perret, Jr., M.D. II r, Tolmas. M.D. 

DERMATOLOGY AND SYPHILOLOGY 
V. M. Henington, M.D.— Dermatologist-ln-Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician 
"V, M, Henington, M.D. 

SURGERY 

L. J. O'Neil. M.D,— Surgeon-in-Chlef— 7/1/57 to January 1958 
Relehard Kuhli-, M.D.— Surgeon-in-Chlef— Effective January 1958 

Consultants 
W. R. Brewster, M.D. L, J. O'Neil, M.D. 

E. L, Irwin, M.D. E. J. Richard, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
R. L. Buck, M.D. p. L, Loria, M.D. 

J. A. Colciough, M.D. — Neurosurgery C, W. Mattingly, M.D. 
Kelt-hard Sable, M.D. j. p. Oakley, M.D. 

t* T.eEgio, M.Ti. F, A. Planch©, M.D. 

J. K. Stone, M.D, 



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VISITING STAFF — (Continued) 



Visiting Surgeons 



C. J. Brown, M.D. 
J. C. Burns, M.D, 
A. Cerniglta, M.D. 

J. M, Ciaravella, M.D. 

D. S. Condie, M.D, 



J. C. Decuers, M.D. 

J. L. Garcta-Oller, M.D. — 

Neurosurgery 
A. N. Houston, M.D. 
.1. M. Lyons, .M.D. 



C. C. Cranfield, M.D. — Anesthesiology M. M. Rosenthal, M.D. 

\V. H. ByU, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 



N'. J, Chetta, M.D. 
H. B. Farls, M.D. 



J. L, Kron, M.D. 

W. J. Schulingkamp, M.D. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Adolph Jacobs, M.D. — Obstetriclan-Gj'necologlst-in-Chlef 

Consultants 



Adolph Jacobs, M.D. 
T. B. Sellers, M.D. 



C. F. Hellene, M.D. 
J- Cohen, M.D. 



H. V. Sims, M.D. 
E. L. Zander, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

II. Leidenhcimer, M.D. 
M. r. Hchwiirxenhach, M.D. 
N. J. Te.ssitore, M.D. 



H, R, Cohen, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

D. P. Blanche, M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

Lyon K. Loomis, M.D. — Orthopedist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeon 

Lyon K, Loomis, M,D. 

Visiting Surgeon 

T. R. Edwards, M.D. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY 

Charles E. Clark. M.D.— Ophihalmologist-in-Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



C. E, Clark, M.D. 



J. B. Gooch, M.D. 
,T. II. Lai-cise, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeon 

P. B. Last rape*, M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

Jack R. Anderson, M.D. — Otolaryngologlst-in-Chief 



49 



VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Senior Visiting Surgeon 

Jack R. Anderson, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon 

A. KeJlnor, M.D. 

UROLOGY 



R. Mailhea, M.D.— Urologlst-in-Chfef— From 7/1/57 to January 1958 
H. Ztmgel M.D.—UroIoglst-ln-Chtef— Effective January 1958 

Consul tint i 

R- J. Mallhes, M.D. W. A. Reed, M.D, 

Visiting Surgeons 

E. L. Jacobs, M.D. J. W. Vaudry, M.D. 

H. L. Zengel, M.D. 

RADIOLOGY 

Henry Duhe, M.D.— Radiologist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Radiologist 

Henry Duhe, M.D. 

Visiting Radiologists 

T. A. Gross, M.D. May V. Reld, M.D. 

Wm. R Hardy. M.lt. George A. Shipman, M.D. 

L. Kllnger, M.D. Julian Sims, M.D. 



50 



CHARITY HOSPITAL DENTAL VISITING STAFFS 
July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

INDEPENDENT DENTAL UNIT 

HEAD OF UNIT 

Peter B. Salatich, Jr., D.D.S. 

Consultant 

A. D. Smith, D.D.S. 

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 

F, B. Ducasse, D.D.S. L. L. Levy, D.D.S. 

B. C. Gore, D.D.S. Joseph L. Piazza, D.D.S. 

R. P. Greene, D.D.S. Peter B. Salatlch, D.D.S. 

Blaise Salatlch, D.D.S., M.D. 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 

A. F. Prey, D.D.S. W. A. Scheffler, D.D.S. 

J. O. Kuebel, D.D.S. H. F. Smith, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 

J. J. Colomb, D.D.S. R. C. Outer, D.D.S. 

J. T. Kirn, III, D.D.S. A. Whitley, D.D.S. 

LOYOLA DENTAL UNIT 



HEAD OF UNIT 

F. J. Houghton, D.D.S. 

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 

F. J. Houghton, D.D.S. D. L. Peterson, D.D.S. 

Douglas Parker, M.D., D.D.S. H. W. Peterson, D.D.S. 

S. L. Tiblier. D.D.S. 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 

H. II. Davis, D.D.S. J. S. Kim, D.D.S. 

W. O, Goggin, D.D.S. J. H. Qulnn, D.D.S. 

W. A. Hall, D.D.S. P. E. Smith, D.D.S. 

V. HalperiO, D.D.S. T. Tiblier, D.H.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 

M. Heller, D.D.S. F. L. Herbert, D.D.S. 



51 



JOINT REPORT OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT 
AND THE DIRECTOR 

June 30, 1958 



Honorable Earl K. Long 

Governor of the State of Louisiana 

Eaton Rouge. Louisiana 

The Vice-President of the Board of Administrators and the Director of 
the Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans, submit the following re- 
port of the activities of the hospital for the fiscal year, July 1, 1957 to June 
30, 1958. 

Cost of Operation— As compared with the previous year, coat of operation; 
that is. ordinary recurring expenses increased $752,463.59 or G.52% over the 
previous year from $11, 539,348.76 to $12,291,812.35. In addition to our regular 
state appropriation, we received an extra appropriation to cover the prior 
years deficiency. Of the total cost of operation. 69.59% represents salaries. 
Food costs dropped 5.19%, while drugs and surgical supplies increased 2.21%. 
During the fiscal year we remitted $316, 911. IS, representing collections for 
medical services rendered Ineligible patients and other non-operating income. 

Personnel— Among the new personnel policies instituted during the year was 
the new orientation check-list to aid supervisors when Interviewing new em- 
ployees and an inquiry Into the status of employees serving their worklng- 
test periods. This Inquiry is designed to weed out sub -standard employees, 
e work of employees serving under provisional or probational appointments 
was carefully evaluated and those who were not doing satisfactory work were 
removed from their positions. As a result of a revision in the Civil Service 
pay plan, salary adjustments were made for 2,995 employees. 

Purohasino— All contracts and orders were awarded to the lowest responsible 
Didders on a competitive basis. The services of the various testing laboratories 
were utilized to assure compliance with provisions of state laws with regards 
10 specifications. Surplus commodities received from the Food Distributing 
section of the State Department of Education amounted to $24,618.49. a 
reduction of $19,107.00 below the value of those received the previous year. 
Maintenance Phy.ieal Plant— Routine maintenance to keep the hospital build- 
ngs and equipment in good condition throughout the year was performed 
by the Hospital's Maintenance crew. 

TioJtt™"*. the y ? ar - alteratlon to the seventh and eighth floors— Radiology 
» ,r? i 25 V ,enlacement of window screens and boiler replacement had 
started. This work is estimated to be completed late in 1959. 

rh*.* i h n Lf, < "; ViC "^ 1>UrlnK the flscal year - »■«« Patients were admitted to 
Th« i?m nM compared wi,h ",052. the previous year, a decrease of 3,635. 
total „, m.«T^' te « n e U .? b * r * l> at,eat3 in t»»e hospital equaled 2.174. Of the 
Area Tnn « / i''" 8 ° T U ' S&% Were from the New ° rl « a "» Metropolitan 
narlKhi™ r ?h Je "? rstm and St - Bernard Parishes) and 23.718 from all Other 
Eon. I. «V ta °\? ne thousand «>«• hundred and fifty six (1,356) ad- 
e^ergencrpatien™. r "***" "" t0nlSn C0Untries and were admStted as 

Outpatient Vi«it.-707.922 patients were given medical treatment In the 
clinics and emergency rooms as compared with 695.957 the previous fiscal 
j. ;ir. an increase of 11.965. 

52 



JOINT REPORT OF V ICE-PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR 53 

The established policy at the hospital is to limit admissions to those 
patients who are in need of medical and surgical attention and who are 
unable to pay (or the3e services. The only exception to this policy being those 
emergency cases who seek medical and surgical attention who. because of 
their condition, must have immediate attention. However, if found ineligible, 
they are billed for the services rendered. Patients who are able to pay are 
discouraged for the following reasons; 

1. The medical profession contributes many hours of their time without 
charge and at a considerable sacrifice in order to render service to the in- 
digent sick. It is not the policy of the hospital to compete with them In their 
profession, nor do we want to compete with private hospitals. It costs the 
hospital a considerable amount of money to administer to pay patients even 
though they pay for their services. Also, ineligible patients Use many facilities 
that are badly needed for eligible patients. 

During the year, the hospital collected $245,389.19 for services rendered 
Ineligible patients. This amount is transferred to the State Central Fund. 
The Interdepartmental committee composed of three or more members of the 
Board, of which Mrs, 11a H. Slater was appointed chairman after extensive 
study and evaluation recommended an intake department to screen all pa- 
tients as to their eligibility. New rules were established and the new depart- 
ment was being established Just as the fiscal year ended. This will be a big 
savings to the State and at the same time relieve the work load for the doctors 
of Charity Hospital. 

In conclusion, appreciation is expressed to the Sisters of Charity, who 
throughout the year have continued to work for the best interest of the 
hospital and the patients within. To the members of the visiting staff of 
doctors and to our residents and interns, we express deep appreciation for 
their constant devotion to duty and their willingness to assume the extra 
burdens placed upon them during the year. 

The department heads and all personnel are to be complimented for their 
services which were rendered so efficiently during the year. 

Last, but not least, we wish to express our gratitude to the individual 
members of the Board of Administrators for their time and efforts given 
so generously during the year in order to enable the hospital to function 
efficiently and economically during this fiscal year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Don L. Peterson, D.D.S. 
Vice-President, Board of Administration 

Leo J. Kerne, M.D. 
Director 



M CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS 
June 30, 195S 



Adult White Male 

Adult Whit.- Female 

Adult Colored Male 

Adult Colored Female 

Adult White Male or Female 
Adult Colored Male or Fi 



Bassinets 

TOTAL 



Surgery 141 142 



54J 

471 
460 

4T 



Adult. Unassigned 

Children 



188 

.990 



White Colored White or Colored Total 

Communicable Diseases l3i> 

1 Surgery 6 1; 

Dermatology 17 27 

Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat 39 39 

Fracture and Orthopedics 73 73 

Gynecology 33 g3 

Infirmaries 8g 

Medicine 13g 134 

Neurology 42 44 

Nurseries, Newborn 68 120 

Observation Rooms :i 9 

Obstetrics 53 1 N4 

Pediatrics 125 jgi 

lit Tuberculosis ..... 38 

Poliomyelitis 74 

Premature Infant Center . . . 120 

Psychiatry 103 60 

Radium Wards 26 28 

Rehabilitation, Alcoholic ... in 



132 
II 

34 

78 

1-JtT 
95 
3S 

IS 
287 
30$ 

74 

I 2» 

54 



^S3 



Tuberculosis 276 227 -,", yi 

Urology 52 52 j w 

1.247 1,379 364 ^$90 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



55 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA 

AT NEW ORLEANS 

Comments on Operations 

Fiscal Year July 1, 1957 to June 30, 19S8 



We present herewith the Financial Report accounting for the revenues 
and expenditures of all funds for the fiscal year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1958. 

In the following general comments, there la presented comparisons In 
the cost of operation of the hospital during the current fiscal year as com- 
pared with the previous year and other statistical Information. 

The Cost of Operation increased $7 52,463.59, or 6.52%, over the previous 
year from $11,639,348.76 to $12, 201,312.35. 

We ended the past fiscal year without a deficit possibly due to the fact 
that the entire hospital made an all out effort to be very conservative in 
the operation of all departments. The deficit of $09,804.32 from the fiscal 
year ending June 30, 1957 was offset this fiscal year by Legislative Appro- 
priation. 

Comparative Statement — Means of Financing 

1957-1958 1956-1957 Increase 

Slat* Appropriation 112.06), 816.00 310,867.600.00 »t. 186. 215.00 

Legislative Deficiency 

Appropriation 90,200.27 00,200.27* 

Appropriation State Bd. 

of Liquidation 63,408.18 63, 498. 18* 

Bond Liquidation Fund 281,040,64 287,846.08 6,806. 64* 

Federal & Other Grunts 124,201.68 265,520.79 131.328.26* 

Trans, from Trust Fund* .... _ 74,000.00 6.0 00.00 68,000.00 

112,633.067.07 111,680,674.32 $ 063,332.76 



Comparative Cost of Operation 



Personal Service Cost 

Food 

"runs 4 Surgical Supplies., . 
Other Operating Expenses..... 
Rapaifi A Mnint. Expense...,. 



Hospital Contribution to 
Employee* 1 Retire men t 



ration 








1957-1858 


1956-1987 


Increase 


Decrease,* 

In* I aSUM 


$ $,248,623.18 

1.018. 762. 50 

1,612.960,95 

n33.3SS.44 

142.128.70 


t 7.486,060.33 

1.074,829.37 

1.609.388.07 

861. 607. 70 

120,6M.«7 


$ 761,862,75 
66.766.87* 

8,571.08 
IB. 119.26* 
11,65«.0* 


10.17 
5.10* 
2.21 
2.13* 

o.ee 


1 1.865.7 SS.Ti 


11,161,651.00 


704,107.63 


8.31 


436,053.63 


187,697.67 


4S.86S.0* 




112.291,812.36 


$11,539,348.76 


$ 762,463.51! 


1.(1 



Analysts — Personal Service Cost 



Comparative Cost 

1957-1058 1956-1957 

Kesidcnt Physicians 3 405.816.77 3 422,268,96 

Internes 111,580,66 114,917.60 

AM Other Staff Doctors _ 177,1 29.35 I»4,8 O3.10 

804,6 :'. 701,979.68 

Registered Nurses 1,164,848.62 1,103,068.95 

•'radical Nurses S60.287.S6 468.gfit.63 

Nurse Aides 1,421.154.54 1.273,344.63 

Student Nurse* _ 42.010.76 64.887.64 

3,170,201.67 2,801. 067.65 



% Decrease/ 
Increase Increase 
16.442.18* 4.65* 

3.838.84* 2.99* 

12.328.26 6.95 



7.452.77* 



SO, 880. 67 
101.421. 22 
I47.S10.01 

11. 976.78* 

288.144.02 



1.07* 

4.40 
18.10 
10.40 

2.79* 

0.06 



•Decrease 



B8 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-195S 



Comparative Coat 96 

19S7-19R8 1956-1957 Increase tncr USI 

All Other Personnel $ 6,035,017.02 t 3,868,628.18 $1,171,398.84 2.32 

SiBtera of Charity 24.000.00 24,tl00.00 

Professional Services 8,246.49 6,000.00 2,245.49 '--7^ 

t 8,246,464.18 7.486,660.88 759.8 08.35 9.21 
Analysis — Drugs & Surgical Supplies 

% Decrease,* 

1957-1958 1956-1957 Increase Increase 

Pharmaceuticals % 603,390.68 S 685,730.98 % 82.840.40* 12.0 0* 

Anesthesia Gases-Oxygen .... 65,663.76 62,702.44 2.961.32 4.7 2 

Medical & Surjcical Supplies .. 766.434.90 6J7.S~3.68 116.561.22 17. 99 
X-Ray Film & Photosraphic 

Supplies 17 7,46 2.71 219, 072.87 8B.610.lt* JL6.7 1 

I 1,612,960.95 I 1,609,888.97 I 1,571.98 2,2 2 " 



The number of employees on the payroll as of Juno 30. 1958 was 3. 
or a reduction of 80 employees over the previous riscal year, tluring the y ,..■,,-. 
1,260 were employed and 1,341 were released, accounting for a labor tuin<.v ( , r 
of 32.88%, compared to a G2.06% turnover the previous year. Resident doctors. 
Internes and student nurses are not considered as employees and are ex _ 
eluded from the above figure. 

The Personal Service Cost Increased t759.S03.35 over the previous fiscal 
year. The direct nursing personnel cost increased (288.144,02. or 37.92% „f 
this total, whereas, durinR the hist fiscal year, the direct nursing personnel 
cost amounted for over 50% of the Increase. 

This ye:ir, employee accidents accounted tor 867 man-days. 

a comparative analysis of employees on the payroll at the end of each 
fiscal year Is as follows: 

June 30th 

1957 1958 Increase 

Registered Nurses ; 333 321 12* 

Practical Nurses 232 271 39 

Nurse Aides 825 728 97" 

1.390 1,320 ff>V" 

All Other Personnel ... 1,871 1,861 10* 

3,261 3,181 80 



■Decrease 

T*e COSt of food consumed decreased $55,766.87 or 5.19%. First, the dv- 
crease could be attributed to the reduction In the number of patients a.d- 
I during the fiscal year; and, second, all foods purchased had to comply 
to the Apriiul tu re Marketing Service, and only meat and poultry that had 
the Certificate of Inspection ware purchased by the Hospital. All e;mrn.,i 
vegetables bad to bear the Federal Inspection Certificate both as to gra.de 
and quality. This was a saving to the hospital as we were able to buy 
better food and eliminate a lot of w;;ste. 

During the year we received from the U. S. Surplus Commodities Corpo- 
ration food evaluated at the prevailing market prices at time of receipt 
amounting to $23,615.89 as compared to $43,725.49 received the previous 
year. These donations also contributed toward lowering the cost of opera- 
tion. 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT ,7 

The increase in the cost of Drug's and Surgical Supplies did not show 
a substantial Increase this year. From the preceding analysis, it will be noted 
the increase was S3.571.9S or 2.21% as compared to the 174,961.23 (12.27%) 
increase of last year. 

pairs and maintenance expenses increased $12,559.(13 or 3.6!'%. Other 
"persuing expenses decreased $18,119.26 or 2.13%. 

Inventory — Materials and Supplies 

1BS7-195S 1956-I93T Increase* 

Pharmaceuticals $64,078.88 $69,867.08 J 4 21130 

i, ood , : -.a 13,701.17 22.348.29 R 647 12* 

HuiiBekeepinB Supplies 29,713.01 22,865.17 GM^H 

Office & Multiscraph Supplies 7.810.67 6.62S.S6 686 11 

Ilant Matnt. Material & Supplies 50,836.77 81,666. 61 ! OIb'84* 

Medical & tsur B icaI Supplies 81,071.18 78,370.57 2!700!b6 

12*6,411.18 mt.S8S.2B t 4,777.85 

'Decrease 

At the end of the fiscal year June 30, 1958, physical Inventories were 
i:iken of all consumable materials and supplies In stores. Inventories of 
terlals and supplies on hand were evaluated at cost. 

Capital Expenditures 

Expenditures for additional and replacement of worn-out equipment dur- 
ing the fiscal year amounted to $143,699.71 as follows: 

Schedule l-C 

Appropriation 1957-1958 $ (12,425. 73 

Trust Funds , 8l!273]9S 

TotnI $143,699,71 

Comparative Cost — Patient Services 

1957-1958 

Patients Admitted 71,417 

Patient-Days 703.623 

Cottt per Patient-Day „.,. 113.77 

Patient Visits (Cllniaa) 707,822 

Cost per Patient-Visit $ l.gi 

* Decrease 

Ineligible Patients 

There were 4,743 bills issued In the total amount of $546,370.43. Our col- 
:s ..mounted to $245,389.19. We were able to retain Jl3.t24.35 of this 
amount. In addition to this amount, we retained $20,167.48 for collections of 
ether revenues and reduced the cost of operation as follows: 

Accounting Department Personnel Service Cost $ 33,291.83 

Fee Paid Attorney for Collection 10,024.12 

Total $ 43.315.95 







1956-1957 


Increase 


75,062 

880,858 

$11.71 


3,635' 
SJ.230" 
$ 2.0S 


695.9E7 


11,966 


* 1.20 


t .11 



ES 



ClIAltlTV HOSPITAL 



1957-1958 



Comparison of Sundry Revenue* 

1957-1968 

Ineligible Patients Services J2JS.889.19 

Licenses 24, SI 4, 50 

Fee» S9.189.90 

Sundry 21,138.84 

$360.227.43 



Federal arid Other Grants 

1957-1958 

G. I. Students f 736.00 

Natl. Foundation Infantile Paraiysih 94,727.29 

Premature Infant Care Program 24,138.20 

Sundry 4.600.04 

$124,201.53 



1956-1857 

$266,749.84 
25,758.00 
62,266.18 
19,243,28 

1874,012.60 



1958-1987 
£ 832.00 
219.270.39 
39.426.S0 



$258,529.79 



Increase 

$ 21, 3B0.GS* 
1.238.6Q* 
6.923.42 
1.890.56 

t 13.78B.1 T* 



Increase. 
$ 96. OO 

124,548.70* 

14,288.60 

4.600. 04 

llM.328.g jl 



* Decrease 

Revenue from Federal and Other Grants decreased (134,328.26. The major 
decrease has been in revenue from Polio Patients. The Salk vaccine ha. a 
caused the NFIP revenue to decrease $124,543.70. 

Premature Infant Program has only one more year to run. Our contract 
this year was for $25,000.00, a decrease of $14,288.80 under last year. 

Insurance 

All hospital property has adequate insurance coverage. All employe©^ 
including professional personnel, are covered by Workmen's Compensation 
Insurance. 

General 

Expenditures during the fiscal year were made and accounted for i n 
accordance with the provisions of the State Budget Act. 

All obligations incurred and due by the Hospital as of June 30, 1958 ar e 
current and accounted for and liabilities set up therefor. 

Following the hospital's customary practices, we have taken advantage 
of all allowable cash discounts in accordance with the terms of purchase con- 
tracts. Cashi discounts earned during the year amounted to $40,101.92. During 
the year wft paid $52,227.56 in State Sales Tax. 

Visitors Food Service 

The operation of the cafeteria is financed by a separate Legislative A n _ 
propriatlon of $7,500.00 as a revolving fund, subject to be returned to th© 
State General Fund should the operation of the Food Service be discontinue^. 

Contracts have been entered Into with a number of soft drink deji : 
and cigarette vending companies to install vending machines In the hospttsU 
as an accommodation to the patients and employees for which the hospital 
receives a commission on sales. 

Profits earned during the fiscal year as compared with the previa^ 
year were as follows: 

1957-1988 19S6-1s St 

Commissions earned on Vending Machine Sales. .. .$28,143.45 $29,966.93 

Deduct Loss in Cafeteria Operation 11,060.12 ".353,80 



117.083.33 t21.61S.is 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



59 



Profits in the Food Store are approximately Jo, 000.00 less than last year 
which can be attributed to the extensive renovation of the Food Store dur- 
ing thr- past fiscal year. As provided by law, the net profits earned are sub- 
ject to be transferred to the State Treasurer. 

Trust Fund* 



viz 



During; the year, various donations and grants were received, as follows, 



Permanent Funds $ 2 S4S 3S 

Restricted as to Use 48 709 58 

Unrestricted as to Use 2 '§07 00 

Special Project Funds ' gi gag gi 

Federal & Other Grants 12o[23]!oo 



$206,428.74 



,. Ji* come rPCeivPci frtjm investments, during the year, amounted to $203 
"48.3 1, as follows, viz: 



Interest 

Rent 

Royal ties 
Leases ... 
Dividends 
Sundry ... 



Res trie ted 

,.t Z4.047.81 
. 20.S2O.00 



■O.S.'ilUKl 

$21.59 

8.74 



$ (5,622.84 



Unrestricted 
% 65.3J0.66 
10.424.83 
35,940.05 
23,367.76 
13,023.90 
27.63 

JUS. 126. 73 



Total 
t 89,387.97 
81,044.83 
85.940,95 
88.697.76 
13.645.49 
31.37 

1203.748.37 



expenditures during the year amounted to $353,879.44 as follows, viz: 



Restricted 

SB ™ rie8 S. * 1,338.42 

Indiitent Patients Welfare 8.200.46 

Repairs to Endowed Building* 367.44 

Repairs & Alts, Hospital Bldgs 19,577.20 

Capital Expenditures 40.610.84 

Trans, to Operating Funds 56,000 00 

Sundry 16,585.60 



Special Project Funds 



I 36.679.86 
. 110,526.39 

824J.266.1S 



Unrestricted 

8 

2,854.96 

2,695.41 

40,191.53 

89,810. 39 

20,000.06 

1.621.01 

106,678.29 



8106,673.39 



Total 
8 1,338.42 
11.055.42 

59,768.72 
T9.921.23 
70,600.00 
18,118.51 

248.853.15 
110,526.29 

8353.879.44 



Trust Funds - Investment and Securities 
Bonds: Principal 

?,- f- T T"« Ury , i ■■-,- $1,591,002.05 

Male and Municipal 640.506.40 

irtilille*. Industrial £ Other 13.177.83 



2,243.689.26 



Income 

$252,138.45 
65,368.25 



317,496.70 



Total 

$1,843,140.50 

705,867.65 

12.177.83 

2.561,185.98 



Stock: 

Homentesd Optionn) 260,060.00 

Homestead— Paid up 15,800.00 

Utilities, Industrial & Other 66,687.50 

381.897.50 
Total Investments ...$2,575. 586. 78 



170.5S8.89 
34.4*5 

170,667.84 
$488,064.64 



15.866.00 
56.131.95 

602.465.34 

$8,088,851.32 



« CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



Bond Liquidation Fund 

During the year, J35O.OOO.00 of Bond Obligations were retired ^ d «" 
total interest on the bonded indebtedness amounting to $165,6^7.uu wan Paid 

As authorized by the Board of Administrators, t23l.040.54 was transferred 
to the Operating Funds. 

During the year the maximum amount of the Bond Liquidation Fund 
was invested in ninety day U. S. Treasury Bills. Interest earned durlne the 
year amounted to $5,325. 2S. 

The balance of $444,598.75 remaining as of June 30, 1958 provides "Wm 
for the retirement of the bonded indebtedness and the accrued interest on the 
bond obligations, due and payable, as follows, viz: 

Retirement of Bonds: 

1936 Issue, due 10/15/68 |184 '°™™ in* nan «« 

1938 Issue, due 8/1/58 181,000.00 366.0OO.00 

Accrued Interest on Bonds: 

1936 Issue, due 10/15/58 3 *'i!?5« 79 fins , e 

1938 Issue, due 8/1/58 45,333.75 79,598 .76 

$444,50 8.75 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ E. H. WELTT 
E, H. Welty 
Chief Auditor 



Schedule 1 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENDITURES 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

MEANS OF FINANCING 1956-1957 1957-1958 

State Appropriation (30.474.19 112,053,815,00 

Bond Liquidation Fund 281,040.54 

Federal and Other Grants 124,201.53 

Transferred from Trust Funds 74,000.00 

EXPENDITURES 30,474.19 12,533,057.07 

Operating Expenses 17,672.68 11,855,758.72 

Hospital Contribution to Employees Retirement 436.053.63 

Capital Expenditures 62,425,73 

Inventory — Materials and Supplies 12,670.23 7,792.38* 

Prepaid Insurance 3,966.25 

Deposits on Containers 174.80 

Total Expenditures 30,242.91 12.350.586.75 

Commitments Outstanding June 30, 1958 

Purchase Order Commitments 182,470.32 

30,242.91 12,533,057.07 

Unencumbered Balance June 30,1958 231.28 

Deduct: 

Operating Deficit June 30, 1957 99,894.32* 

Balance Returnable to State General Fund... $ 231.28 $ 99,894.32* 



Total 

$12,084,289.19 

281,040.54 

124,201.53 

74,000.00 


S3 
H 

8 

w 

O 


12,563,531.26 


> 
O 

n 


11,873,431.40 

436,053.63 

62,425.73 

4,777.85 

3,966.25 

174.80 


o 

G 

% 
H 

— 

5 



a 


12,380,829.66 
182,470.32 


> 

H 


12,563.299.98 
231.28 

99,894.32* 




$ 99,663.04* 





•RED Figures 



62 CHARITV HOSPITAL— 1957-1968 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

BALANCE SHEET AS OF JUNE 30, 1958 

ASSETS 
OPERATING FUNDS— CURRENT ASSETS 
Cash: 

Hibernla National Bank $ 100.00 

National American Bank 147,948.70 

Progressive Bank & Trust Co.. 557,689.55 

Whitney National Bank 100.00 

National Bank of Commerce... 100.00 

Petty Cash Fund 1,750,00 $ 707,6ss,Z5 

Accounts Receivable: 

Miscellaneous Accounts . , § 11,577.58 

Null. Foundation Infantile 
Paralysis 8,518.19 18,093.77 

Less; Reserve for Doubtful 

Accounts 18 »088.71 

Patients Accounts — Active 449,964,64 

Patients Accounts— Inactive. . .. 324,771.46 774,736,10 

Less: Reserve tor Doubtful 

Accounts 774,736,10 

Inventory — Materials and Supplies. 2ll6 i 4 11.18 

Deferred Charges 

1 -repaid Insurance 26,327.43 

Deposits <m Containers 388-80 27.216. 28 

| 1,099,303 .70 

Excess Current Assets over Current 

Liabilities 874.90S.tjj 

REVOLVING FUND— VISITORS FOOD SERVICE 
Cash — National American Bank..$ 200,00 

Cash — National Bank of 

Commerce 25,742.97 25,942,97 

Miscellaneous Accounts Receivable 1,998.11 

Inventory— Materials & Supplies. . 1,768.62 - M, .7O9, 70 

PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 

Equipment and Furniture 59,059.48 

PLANT ASSETS 

Land 1,885,776.75 

Building 13,786,649.67 

1 Wulpment 3,908,562.52 

Radium 24,569.95 

19,605,558.89 

Cemetery— Land and Buildings 51,702,50 19,657.281. 39 

$20.120,939.4X 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 63 

Exhibit 1 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
BALANCE SHEET AS OF JUNE 30, 1958 

LIABILITIES 

OPERATING FUNDS— CURRENT LIABILITIES 

Accounts Payable— Trade $ 143,644.63 

Accrued Payroll— Payable 291,694.77 

Accounts Payable — Employees 

Retirement Plan 65,053.66 

Accounts Payable — Employeea 

Bond Purchases , 17,901.17 

Accounts Payable — Federal 

Withholding Tax 67,156.61 

Accounts Payable — Employees' 

Garnishments ,,. 866.40 f 586,316.24 

Operating Fundi — Reserve* 

L'nelalmed Wages 6,029.10 

Deposits on Keys, etc 1.139,65 7,168.75 

Other Fund*— Liabilities 

Surplus— Due State General 

Fun(J 411,489.75 

Excess Current Assets over 
Current Liabilities 456,328.96 

* 1.099.303.70 

REVOLVING FUND— VISITORS FOOD SERVICE 

Accounts Payable $ 5,062.27 

Revolving Fund Advances 7,500.00 

Surplus — State Revenue — 
Current Tear 17,147,43 

Surplus— State Revenue — 
Prior Year 29.709.70 

PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 
Advances — La. State Dept. of 
Health 59,059.48 

PLANT CAPITAL AND DEPRECIATION 

Plant Capital 10,899,426.42 

Reserve for Depre. — Bldga 5,449,613.83 

Reserve Mr Depre,— Equip 3,308,221.12 8,757,834.97 19,657,261.39 

RESERVE FOR HOSPITALS EQUITY 

(See Exhibit II) 456,328.96 

$20,120,939.41 



Schedule l-A 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF CASH BALANCES 

June 30, 1958 

Hospital Visitors' , . B ° nd t . 

Operating Food Endowment Liquidator, 

Fond Service Funds Fund 

Hlbernia National Bank .....,..$ 100.00 * * * 

National American Bank 147.9*8.70 200.00 8ZZ - 50 

Progressive Bank and Trust 

Company 557,689.55 447,072.91 

Whitney National Bank 100.00 

National Bank of Commerce 100-00 26,742.97 

(705,938.25 $ 25,942.97 $447,072.91 t822.50 



Total 
$ 100.00 

148,971.20 

1,004,762.46 

100.00 

25,842.97 

$1,179,776.63 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 65 



Schedule l-B 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF MISCELLANEOUS INCOME 

June 30, 1958 

Total 

Month of 7/1/57 to 

June 6/30/58 

PATIENTS SERVICES $ 25,983.35 S245.3S9.I9 

AMUSEMENT LICENSES 

Boxinir and Wrestling Exhibitions 30.00 440.00 

Dances • 237.00 4,684.00 

' iames of Skill in ■ii'T.SQ 

Theatres 250.00 5,460.00 

Sundry 36.00 1.303.00 

612.00 24.514.50 
FEES 

Auctioneers 6,997.69 

Livestock Inspection 811.02 s!b65.96 

Medical Records Certificates 491.50 4,950.75 

Death and Burial Certificates 21.00 473.00 

Insurance Certificates 4,843.00 48,202!so 

5,966.52 69.189.90 
MISCELLANEOUS 

Sales of Swill and Junk S9.28 2,982.16 

Telephone Commissions 580.96 s!o7s!si 

R ent 850.00 4[200.00 

Students' Tuitions 1,150.00 6,800.00 

Rent Accommodations -■> gg 

2.170.24 21,133.84 

Dm State General Fund 34,732.11 360,227.43 

Transferred to Louisiana State Treasurer. . 285,'895]93 

34,732.11 74.331.50 
Deduct: Personal Service Cost — Handling Patients 

Accounts for Medical Services Rendered., . 23.144.47 28,144.47 

All Other Accounts 20,167.48 20,167.48 

Transferred to Louisiana State Treasurer , 43,315,95 43,316.95 

Balance due State Treasurer | 8.5S3.84* $ 31,015.55 

OPERATING EXPENSE REFUNDS 
Federal and Other Grants 

Q, I. Students I7S.0O 736.00 

i umai Foundation for Infantile Paralysis 2,740.00 94,727.29 

Premature Infant Care Training Program 2,060,00 L'4, 138,20 

Sundry 4.600.04 4,600.0* 

* 9.678.04 SI 24,201, 63 
•RED Figure 



66 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



Schedule l-C 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEA.NS 
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES— EQUIPMENT 
July 1, 1957 through June 30, 1958 

BUILDING & GENERAL PLANT EQUIPMENT; 

1 21" Power Lawn Mower, self-propelled, 2% H.P. S 126.50 
1 2ft" Power Lawn Mower Rope Starter, 2 H.P. % 

to 2% Clipper 115.00 

1 Oster Pipe Threading Machine #784 2.289.00 

1 Delta 14" Metal & Wood Cutting Band Saw 

W/Stecl Stand 861.70 

1 Delta 6" Abrasive Belt Finishing Machine 264.65 

1 8 H.C. Compressor with Oit Kit 392.35 

1 Berg Gibson Model single circuit battery 

charger , 232.66 

1 Tale Model Platform type worksaver 4000# ca- 

pacity, and one (1) Exlde battery W/Yale 
Connector 1,824.87 

2 Non-clog Vertical Pumps for 6 to 7 ft. depth 

W/lubesaver 1.046.00 * 6.652.03 

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FIXTURES: 

2 Admiral Fully Automatic Porcelain Refrig- 
erators $ 379.94 

1 Electric Clothe Cutter, 4% Blade #1E.95S 225.00 

2 One ton Room Air Conditioners, #51A4 Carrier 359.25 

10 Emerson Oscillating Electric 16" Pedestal Fans 361.23 

E Electric 1 2" Wall Fans, Emerson 143.25 

2 Galvanized Tray Truck Pood Servers W/ 

Shelves. 62% x 22%, 48" Overall 294.50 

4 Electric Water Coolers, dual control 10 to 12 

gallon capacity , 631.90 

2 12" Haasook Type Fans fis.tm 

1 Potato Peeler, Model 6380. 570.00 

1 Emerson Oscillating Electric Fan, 10" Model 

79948 28 - 56 

1 Safe-Lad Ladder 7 ft. x 16 W/four way guard 

rail mid 2 x 24 platform 240.cn 

1 Commercial 6 Door self-contained aluminum 

refrigerator - U 30 ' 00 

1 3-Tier Linen Shelf truck W/four rubber wheel 

casters 20T ' 7E 

7 Hubert Steam Kettles graduated sizes ranging 

from 6 to 150 gals 6,483,00 

1 Hobart Model G.M, #2 Stainless Steel Thcrmo- 

Conlrol dishwasher St scraper 4,630.60 

1 Bulk Food Conveyor, 86 persons, service 

equipped imm 

1 Butcher Block. 30 x 30 x 18 v; '"" 

60 Alt Steel Folding Chairs, Tubular Steel 195.00 

11 Pieces of Lounge Furniture 660,68 

1 Hobart Mixer, No. A-200 475.81 $ 17.879.45 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 67 

Schedule l-C — (Continued) 
LABORATORY, HOSPITAL & MEDICAL EQUIPMENT: 
2 Folding Plastic-Leather Wheel Chairs Chrome 

Frames $ 188.46 

6 Gomco E.N.T. Suction Machines 2,460.00 

1 Mueller Surgical Aspirator W/Surgical Pump.. 896.00 

1 Hausted Model #400 Wheel Stretcher W/Spe- 

eial Accessories 454,60 

1 Film Processing Developing Tank, Motor Driven 

S00 Cycles 313.00 

1 Multiplex Lantern Slide Cabinet, #40 for 40 x 

3V* slides 1 !io,70 

1 Bennett Ventilation Meter W/Automattc Re- 

zero 350.00 

8 Irrigator Stands Stainless, Model #7789 S9 178.92 

2 Two Cylinder Trucks, Ball-bearing rubber 

tired Rollers, Non-Collapsible 150.00 

1 Halliburton Respirator Positive Pressure 

Breathing Machine 326. Til 

1 rj-810 Non-expendable 100 liter tank Unit \ 

4 U-200 Travenol Expendable Units J 1 - 111 - 00 

1 Heart Monitor W-Batteries, 1 75.1 5 

2 Tompkins Portable Rotary Compressors 500.00 

1 P.H, Meter Beckmnn Zeromatlc Model 9278-A..1 

1 Beckman #3501 Buffering Solution for P.H., 2HS.00 

Meter J 

1 All Purpose Aspirating Pump 1/20 H.P. Motor 

Suction System , , 70.30 

1 Spectrophotometer Model 6 A Electronic Power 

Control 475.00 

1 Commercial Aluminum Refrigerator Model H.R. 

25 U 534.65 

9 Cheffin Pratt R.S. Recovery Room Stretchers 

W/specia! accessories 4,471.05 

1 Model A Iiiip'rmo Thermally Insulated Tank 

Developer 414.no 

1 Ijuo Autoteehnlcon W /attachments 1,661.12 

1 Transformer Control X-Ray Bueky Table and 

Tube-stand 6.750,00 

1 Rubber and Metal llnrikin of the Head rind 

375,00 

1 Non/ri>frifferating processing tank consisting 

of an: stainless steel :,60 

I Simplex Vacuum Pump Tank mounted complete 

W/slliles * Regulator Adapter 1,686.00 

I Ciimcn —'tin Stand mounted suction unit tiiini- 

tone finish complete W/accessorles 4<mi.00 

1 Model D-ll Micrii-rt'CDiil devi-loping tank 169.00 

1 Diagn.i tic \ Ray Oenerntlng Unit and Hugh 

young Table continental make and Mneh- 

lett Tube .55,252.00 

Less Trade-in on Used X-Ray 

Equipment 1,500.00 8.752.00 

1 #19736 Flame Photometer Model 21 W/eon- 

nectlng cable 495.00 

1 St.inil.ird VentaJung Unit W/specIal accessories 

for complete operation 519. 60 



68 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 



1 Bedside Dia-pump Mobile Compressor Aspirator 241.85 

1 Hot -pack bottle warmer and carrier 237.00 

34 Minor & Major Operating Lights 24,135.32 

1 Interval Timer Model 471 S09.07 

1 Commercial 25 eu. ft. self-contained refrigerator 509.80 
1 Westingrhouse diaflex unit transformer &. Draflex 

table, motor driven 3,836.65 

1 Fast moving biopsy drill W/accessorles 216.44 

1 Lot of Control transformers X-Ray Tube cables, 

Buckey table 15,922.61 

1 General Electric Model KX23 generator & tube 

unit 6,036.26 

1 Vertical Fluoroscope 1,224.00 

1 Lot of Cassettes Film Files, intensifying screens 

multisection 716.04 

1 Picker X-Ray machine Model K-M 300 9,690.00 

1 Phillips Mobile X-Ray Instrument Equipment 

W/band timer 909.00 

1 Tessot Spriometer 843.01 

1 Set of Binoculars, mounting rack electrostatic 

pole piece, compensator. 1,061.50 

1 Packing drinking water chiller, heater X model 1,188.48 

1 Binocular Optics 223,60 

1 Manometrlc Gas Analyzer Apparatus Serial 

#978 339.15 

1 Polaroid 800 presentation set W/flash attach- 
ments 204.92 98,294.76 

OFFICE FURNITURE: 

8 Lyons Lockers, 15x18x72 Olive Green W/ 

looka @ SIS. 55 en 111.30 

40 Hampden #76 Gauged Metal folding chairs 180.00 

1 i typewriter Chair, Oak Finish "Wood.. K-S< 

2 Secretarial Coseo Tosture Chairs, Metal i'-"i.:<il 

1 Card Tabulating 10 Double Drawers, 7V& x 3% 

X 27%, 40" High Gray Steel 165.31 

14 General Office Chairs, spring tension, Model 

677 Green Metal 3237 457.18 

1 Underwood Typewriter, 15" Elite type 153.50 

1 Underwood Typewriter, 15" Elite type 141.00 

2 Posture Chaira Cisco Style Steel case 107.96 

4 12" Emerson Oscillating Fans 114.60 

2 T t«r Dictating Machines 760.00 

4 Time Mauler Transcribing Machines 1,370.00 

1 Underwood Typewriter 105.00 

1 Embossing Indicator for Graphotype Machine.. 188.35 

1 Royal Typewriter. Pica Type 152.50 

1 Automatic Feeder for Model 30 Check Signer, 

Complete 496.00 

9 Metal Filing Cabinets, 4 Drawers. Itr. Size, 

Metal Grain Walnut color 588.68 

2 Three drawer metal file cabinet 52 x 28 W/Iock 

for X-Rny films 250.12 

2 17" Secretarial ("hairs, green metal W/clrcular 

foot rest 57.50 

1 Royal Typewriter, Pica Type, 13" 172.50 

1 Royal 11" typewriter, Electric, #6332449 807.50 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 69 

1 Webcor Royal Tape Recorder 141.95 

1 Addressograph machine W/feeder lister for 

payrolls, 1968 model 4,042.25 

1 Sundstrand Post Master #92, 10 Keyboard lully 

automatic, W/atand 1,032.00 

2 Lots of gray steel shelving w/slide tables 3,051.51 114,229.48 

EDUCATIONAL & RECREATIONAL EQUIPMENT: 
1 Ampro Stylist Super 12 Sound Movie, 16 MM 

projector w/speaker 346.50 $ 346,50 

REFRIGERATION & AIR CONDITIONING; 

Furnish and install air conditioning — Lapeyre- 

Miltenberger Building $ 3.457.30 

I'm nish and install air conditioning — 14th Floor 

Doctor's Quarters 2,840.20 $ 6,297.60 



FUNDS: 

Appropriations 1957-196S $ 62,425.73 

Trust Funds 81,273. BS 



TOTAL, $143,699.71 



TOTAL $143.69171 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
ANALYSIS OF EXPENDITURES 



Schedule l-D 



June 30, 1958 

MONTH OF JUNE, 1958 



JULY I, 1957 TO JUNE 30th. 1958 



PERSONAL SERVICES 

Salaries .«.«. ......... 

Professional Services 



1BS6-19S7 1957- 1 958 

Appropriation Appropriation Total 



CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 

Advertising - - 

Dues and Subscriptions . . . — 

Gas and Eteetricity 

Insurance yrv~"" 

Postage & Transp. of Commodities.. 

Rentals ~-~*> 

Printing _. -■— 

Repairing Property & Equipment.... 

Telphone * Tetegiaph 

Other ~ 



TRAVELING 

Traveiinft Expense 

MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 

ClothinH 

Educational & Recreational 

General Plant - 

Household —- 

Medieal 

Office -— 

Automotive 

Bldus., Grounds. Mflint. & Repairs.. 
Fuuip- Maint. and Repairs 



Horticultural 

Food ,. 
Other 



1612,426.81 
2,568.95 

674,985.78 



1672,426.81 
2.668.1)5 

614,986.76 



Prior Year's 1957-1958 
Commitments Appropriation 

1 $ 6,240.464. IS 

8,058.86 



88,861 •"><; 



88.48 



2,232.78 

67.66* 
1, 592.84* 
13.611.12* 
76,831.16 
4.388,08' 
1,463.81 
6,265.16* 
1,008.60 
29.42 
67.194.65 
869.40 



36,888.86 2. 876.52 



88.48 



2,232.18 

67.66 

1. 892.84 

13,611.12 

76,831.16 

4,398.08 

1,463.81 

6,255. IS 

1,008.60 

29.42 

07,194.65 

stt.ts 



8,848,828,11 









933.44 


641.10 


641,10 


804.00 


8,155.90 


11.091.59 


17,091.59 




200,877.71 


3.536.16 


3.536,16 






896.72 


896.12 


2.61 


1,104.66 


12S.44 


128,44* 


149.94 


14,726.75 


6.393.18 


6,393.18 


1,368.07 


98, 503. 36 


6.611.17 


K. 511. 17 




78.420.50 


1.667,20 


1,661.20 


650.00 


19,249.05 



481.S26.92 



1,100.80 



92.40 


16.911.65 


22.71 


4.121.54 


64.77 


81.107.35 


901.16 


224.048.45 


11,010.95 


1,601,950.00 


772.47 


52,888.15 


152.78 


17.137.01 


151.92 


87,266.05 


1.112.79 


41,138.48 




425.86 


84.82 


1,018,617.68 


423.73 


10,296,87 



Total 

% 8.240,464.18 
8.058.95 

8.248,523.15 



933.44 

5.789.90 

200,877.71 

50.161.91 

12.096.09 

1.104.66 

14.876.69 

99.872.43 

73.420.60 

18,109.06 

484,102.44 



1,100.90 



17,009.95 

4,144.31 

31,282.12 

224,960.21 

1,612.860.95 

53.660.62 

17,889.79 

87,428,97 

42.251,21 

425.86 

1,018,762.50 

10,720.70 





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SPECIAL CURRENT CHARGES 
Hospital Contribution to 
Retirement PUn 

TOTAL EXPENSES 

EXPENDITURES - ASSETS 

EQUIPMENT PURCHASES 

Automotive .... 

Household ...... 

Medical ..... 

Office 



DEFERRED CHARGES 

Prepaid Insurance „ „ 

Deposits on Containers 

STORES 

Inventories — Increase/Decrease 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES 3 



35,832. 52 

921. 231. 98 



35,332.52 
921,231.98 



2.503.10 
1,032.00 


2.503.10 
1,032.00 


3,535.10 


3,535.10 


3,563.65* 
113.00 


3,563.65* 
113.00 


3,450.65* 


3,450.66* 


12,775.07* 


12.775.07* 


tS0S,G41.3t 3 


908,541.36 



436.053.63 



436,053.63 



17,672.68 12.274,137.67 12,291, B 1 2.35 



12.570.23 



4,760.63 
11,968.63 
34,530.65 
11.166.62 

82.425.73 



i.tee.M* 

174.80 



4,141.05 



7,702.3*' 



4,769.83 
11.968.63 
34,580.65 
11.1C8.41 

62,425.73 



3,966.25* 
174.80 



4,141.05 



4,777.85 



3 30 ,242.91 812,33 2,914.07 312,868.156.98 



STATEMENT OF BUDGET BALANCES APPROPRIATION FISCAL YEAR 19S7-195S 



Personal Services ... ,_..„, 

Contractual Services 

Traveling Expenses 

Materials and Supplies 

Hosp. Cont. to Retirement Plan 

Equip. Purchases (Capital Outlay). 
Deferred Charges 



Allotment 

7/1/S7 to 

6/30/S8 

8,152. 91S. 13 

484,101.89 

888.80 

8.288,170.74 

439.507.12 

7S,9S3.2!> 



Sto res— In creas e/ Decreas e 



Expenses 
Month of 
June 
674,986.76 
36.S65.S6 
93.48 
173,964.66 
35.382.52 
3,635.10 
8,450.65* 
12,775.07* 



Expenses 

to 

Date 

3,248.523.13 

481.826.92 

1.100.90 

3.106.635.09 

436,053.63 

62,425.73 

4.141,05 

7, 792. SB* 



Obligations 

Outstanding 

6/30/58 

16,336,58 

17.804.31 

109,893.83 

44,485.60 



Total Expended 
& Obligations 

6/30/S4J 

S, 248, 528. IS 

492,163.50 

1,100.90 

8,124,436.40 

436,053.63 

172.319.56 

4,141.05 

36,643.22 



Allotment 
Balance 

6/30/58 
92,994.81* 
8,061.81* 
264.30* 
163,731.84 
3.453.49 
98,366,28* 
4,141.05* 
36,643.22 



TOTALS 



112,439.490.76 8908,64 1.86 812.332,914.07 1182.470.32 812,515,384.39 3 



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The chart opposite presents operating statistics by months Tor the 
fiscal year July 1, 1957, to June 30, 195S. The chart shows at a glance how 
more efficiently the hospital was operated after the economy drive In April 
Operating Expenses reached a peak during the Month of March and took 
a very large drop after the drive got under way. 

Expenses continued dropping until June when it reached its lov, 
level during the fiscal year. 

After starting the new fiscal year, it should reach a level by the thir.l 
month and gradually follow a straight line across tho balance of the fiscal 
year. 



REPORT OP ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 73 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

TOTAL OPERATING COST, BY MONTH 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

(Thousands of $) 



1.910 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
SUMMARY— DEPARTMENTAL COST OF OPERATIONS 

June 30, 1958 



Schedule ll-A 



MONTH OF JUNE. 1958 



Administrative & General Expense! 

Admitting Roo.,, ^i^nee, 

TMS. A Information ~% X %ZL 

Sto ™ R «"°* ~i"XL 

Purcha.hr Department. ~K.es 

Personnel Department... ——ExtZXtct 

r»fk-«»it -=£22L 

Housekeeping Department — Exi^nscs 

Maintenance Department — Expanse. 

Operation of Plant ^S^Et- 

Laundry Department — Expfnse* 

Linen It Sewinr Room. —Expense. 

Stu. Nurses Liv, Qtrs — Expanse. 

Interne. £ Prof. Students — Expense. 

Sister.' Living Quarters —Expenses 

n^m. n . A —Budget 

Other Personnel Quarter. — -Expenses 

„. , „ — Budget 
Dietary' Departmen' Expenses 

Medical ft Surgical Care —Expanse. 

„ . „ , — Budget 

Nursing Servrce — Expen.e. 

— Budget 
Psychopathic Department —Expenses 

Contagion. Unit _ Expose. 

— Budget 
Premature Infant Care — Expenses 

Whit. Tub«reolo.ts Unit — Expfnse. 

— Budget 





Other 




Salaries 


Expenses 


Total 


f 11.251.19 


{ 16.1 


S 27.423.78 


11. Sol). Oil 


15,500.00 


27,160.00 


8.479.5A 


114.31 


8.693.90 


9.100.00 


460.00 


9.5S0.00 


21.276.14 


1.492.82 




2I.COti.00 


1,000.00 


22.600.00 


3,296.85 


129.06 


3.424.91 


S, SIS. 00 


9.00 


3,324.00 


2,710.00 


19.09 


£,729.09 


2. 650. 00 


150.00 


2.800.00 


3.480.00 


4.00 


8. 484.0(f 


3,480.00 


10.00 


8,630.00 






417.90 






W»t8UI 


6.961.18 


46.847.41 


38,900.00 


9,000.00 


47.900.00 


30.442.45 


10.369.20 


40.811.74 


'."O.oo 


12.600.00 


47,000.00 


13.190.36 


17,856.98 


31,047.34 


13.400.00 


17.900.00 


31.300.00 


1C.S94.93 


1,509.82 


18,104.75 


17,160.00 


2,670.00 


19.820.00 


6,180.54 


161.00 


6.341.54 


6.259.00 


140.00 


6,354.00 


2.368.00 


[27.00 


2.495.90 


2.400.00 


sso.oa 


2,750.00 


2,053.90 


89.61 


2,143.51 


2,126,00 


60.00 


2.185.00 


3.416.00 


53.71 


3.468.71 


3,416.00 


126.00 
798.22 
105.00 


S.540.00 
106.00 






3S.S58.39 


70.817.68 


109.375.07 


40,930.00 


80,700.00 


121,680.00 


46,790.84 


2.030.02 


48,82 


46.850.00 


168.00 


47,098.00 


146.016.33 


1,175.09 


148,00 


149,000.00 


3.000.0(1 




22,248.38 


108.04 


22.416.42 


23,085,00 


600.00 


23.685.00 


13,616.86 


2,028.14 


16,2 


13,000.00 


5,400.00 


Ki,i 00.00 


12.I54.6S 


63.00 


12, 2 1 7.68 


12,300.00 


432.00 


12.732.00 


16.190.58 


2.640.09 




16.776.00 


3,300,00 


19,076.00 



JULY 1st, 1957 to JUNE 30th, 19SS 



Salaries 

136,824.74 
137.725.00 
108,209.07 
109.740.00 
!6fl.91'.i 7 ; 
267.633.00 
37.114.43 
87,390.00 
32,177.68 
31.938.00 
41,508.02 

41. sos. oo 

417.90 

464,245.18 

464.702.00 

418.655,41 

420,169,00 

150,002.98 

160.217,00 

34.58 

{OS.S42.00 

71,127.07 

74,467.00 

29.092.6(1 

29,820.00 

25,313.67 

26.322.00 

39.599.70 

39,600.00 



484,342.57 

.42.00 

663.785.69 

655,187.00 

1,770,194.13 

1.772.1 
2 71,232.79 
272,807.00 

1K2. 182.00 
147,358.16 
147.988.00 
187,166.00 
188.166.00 



Other 

Expenses 

203,084.20 

196.418.00 

7.598.02 

8,491.00 

12.841.64 

12,667.00 

481.90 

108.00 

1,628.89 

1.843.O0 

421.10 

602.00 



110.371.96 
114,767.00 
151,389.76 
162,> 

226,103.26 

224.343.00 

29.503.94 

32.073.00 

1.242. SO 

1.251.00 

4.782.20 

4.971.00 

760,95 

784.00 

1.417,36 

1.484.00 

2.621.53 

1,926.00 

L,0M.0I5.1ih 

176.00 

3.046.61 

1.889.00 

36,844.90 

aa. 072.00 

6. 420.21 

7.019.00 

62.403.35 

66.283.00 

3,668.02 

6,166.00 

39.368.30 

39.910.00 



Total 

t 339.908.94 

3.14.143.00 

115,802.09 

118.231.00 

269.761.41 

270.209.00 

37.506.33 

37.504.00 

83,806.57 

33.781.00 

41,929.12 

42.110.00 

417.90 

674,617.19 

679,469.00 

570,045.16 

673,034.00 

386,166.23 

383.660.00 

234,536.52 

237,615.00 

75,670.06 

75.70S.00 

34,424.80 

34,791.00 

26,074.62 

26,106.00 

41,017.06 

41.084.00 

2,621.63 

1.026.06 

1.671,358.25 

1.545.617.00 

566,832.10 

567,076,00 

1.8117,039.09 

1,811,105.(10 

277.653.00 

280,816.09 

224,648.21 

227,465.00 

151,026.18 

163,144.00 

226.409.62 

228,066.00 



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— Budcet 

Pediatries— W.& C. T.B. Patients —Expenses 

— Budget 

Central Service - — Expenses 

— Budget 

School of Phy. Therapy —Expenses 

— Budget 
Student Nurses Sehool — Expenses 

— Budget 
Pharmacy and Drugs — Expenses 

— Budget 
Medical Records Library ■ — Expenses 

— Budget 
Social Service Department — Expenses 

—Budget 
Electron Microscope — Expenses 

— Budget 
Operating Booms — Expenses 

Budget 

Poliomyelitis Center. „ — Expenses 

—Budget 
Delivery Rooms — Expenses 

—Budget 
Anesthesia Department . — Expenses 

— Budget 
Gas Therapy Dect. — Expenses 

— Budget 
X-Ray-DUgnostic —Expenses 

— Budget 
X- Ray -Therapeutic — Expenses 

— Budget 
Laboratories —Expenses 

— Budget 
Physical Therapy —Expenses 

— Budget 
Electrocardiograph Dept. — Expenses 

— Budget 
Blood Bank — Expenses 

— Budget 
Electroencephalograph Dept — Expenses 

— BudKet 
Lung Station — Expenses 

— Budget 
Clinics - —Expenses 

— Budget 
Ambulance Service — Expenses 

— Budget 
Emergency Rooms... — ,- — Expenses 

— Budget 

Cemetery —Expenses 

— Budget 
TOTAL EXPENSES 

TOTAL BUDGET ^.-- 

UNDER EXPENDITURES- 

OVER EXPENDITURE.-- 

NOTE: Bold indicates RED figure. 





1,780. 16 


1 1,820.14 




2.600.00 


12.000.00 


1.637.64 


102.83 


1.640.47 


1,950.00 


150,00 


2.100,00 


16. 421. Si 


IS.86S.4S 


SI, 287. 06 


16.90U.00 


22,200.00 


38,100.00 


1,386, 86 . 




1,386.60 


1,600.00 


30.00 


1,630.00 


13,717.81 


656.62 


14,404.43 


14,500.00 


40 0.00 


14,900.00 


5,958.80 


14. 925.37 


20,884.17 


8,960.00 


86,000.00 


41,950.00 


13.48v.84 


220.01 


13,709.85 


14,300. 00 


230.00 


14.530.00 


14,096,34 


307.00 


14,402.34 


13,390.00 


260.00 


13.040.0D 


71. 50 




71.50 


71.50 


7.00 


78.50 


21,639.71 


9,760.13 


31,280.84 


21,300.00 


18,000.00 


39,300.00 


4,759,06 


192.94 


4.952.00 


5,150.00 


600.00 


6,750.00 


8,384. 32 


2.325.09 


10,709.41 


9,000.00 


6,200.00 


15,200.00 


7,949.75 


2,508.76 


10,548.61 


8,100.00 


3. 200.00 


11,300.00 


1,513.33 


2,364.80 


3,878.13 


".00 


3,000.00 


4.490.00 


15,253.10 


12,634,91 


27,938.01 


is, ooo.oo 


16,250.00 


30,260.00 


3.915.00 


906. 78 


4,821.78 


4.310.00 


500.00 


4,810.00 


18,184.81 


2,977.40 


21,102,21 


18.800,00 


6.000.00 


24,800.00 


5,913. 80 


42.95 


5,956.76 


5.900.00 


390.00 


0,200.00 


4.876.09 


163.82 


5,038.91 


4,750.00 


1.600.00 


6,360.00 


3,874.50 


3,002.69 


6,877.16 


3.690.00 


4,000.00 


7,690.00 


1,402.94 


17.7S 


1,420.69 


1,340.00 


(0.00 


1.380.00 


989.00 


84.99 


1,084.99 


1,300.00 


136.00 


1.431.00 


26.568.30 


2.061.67 


28,217.87 


26,000.00 


4,500.00 


30,500.00 


4,701.21 


84.14 


4.620.07 


4,800.00 


700.00 


6,500.00 


tast.ii 


8,727.26 


13,010.76 


10,200.00 


6.500.00 


16,700.00 


370.00 




S70.00 


■70.06 


6.00 





116,164.66 

116,423. 00 

30.728.03 

31.839.00 

190,722.44 

190,635.00 

20,196.50 

20.150.00 

621.34 

17! ('.59.00 

70.712.74 

70,645.00 

168,645.56 

169,928.00 

163,433.79 

160,740.00 

858.00 

SS8.00 

257,352.00 

265,769.00 

64.372.66 

64.765.00 

100.333.84 

107.080.09 

06,690.66 

95,894.00 

17,639.13 

17,671.00 

182.507.52 

IK 1.265.00 

51,127.64 

51.533.00 

223,2 

223,854.00 

70.224.30 

69,107.00 

68.659.42 

57,784.00 

48,047.41 

43,430.00 

16,465.13 

16.474.00 

16.318.08 

16,460.00 

313.101. 45 

311.246.00 

57.226.46 

67,392.00 

1I8.5S7.41 

121,230.00 

4,400.00 

4,452.00 



2B.S3U.01 

31,169.00 

2,898.74 

2.900.00 

264.667.:i7 

277.635.00 

587.39 

.1 16.00 

5480.89 

447,821.12 

476.078.00 

2,631.89 

2,613.00 

3.131.21 

3.059.00 

681.00 

84.00 

21S.118.il 

229.308.00 

7,604.12 

9,156.00 

74.992.56 

78,232.00 

43,653.04 

41.491.00 

37,922.49 

37.162.00 

134,948.18 

189,708.00 

1,770.19 

7.729.00 

A3, 036.4 3 

72,121.00 

1,501.35 

2,296.00 

16,850.92 

19.639.00 

55.367.12 

53,488.00 

1,620-01 

1,279.00 

2.128,18 

1.720.00 

63,798.49 

56,763.00 

16,162.06 

14,097.00 

71,346.14 

74.726.00 

W.T! 

76.78 



S672. 926.81 6212,972.66 6685.699.4 6 I 8.246,464.18 % 8,608,294.64 



601,086,60 284.861.00 075.947.50 






3. 650.159.75 



116,033.67 

147,582.00 

33,626.77 

34.739.00 

465,389.81 

463.270.00 

20,783.89 

20.596.00 

178.661.28 

178,963.00 

518,538.86 

646,718.00 

171.177.46 

172,541.00 

166,565.03 

163,799.00 

1,539.00 

942.00 

475,471.01 

485,167.00 

71.976.7B 

78,621.00 

1 si. 326.40 

186.312.00 

130.556.90 

137.386.00 

66.661.62 

64,738.00 

367,456.70 

870,063.00 

60,897.83 

59.262.00 

286.342.07 

2115.976,00 

71,725.66 

71,406.00 

76.410.34 

77,423.00 

99,304.54 

06.918.00 

18,085.14 

17.763.00 

17.446,26 

17,180.00 

366,899.04 

368.008.00 

73.408-53 

71,489.00 

180,933.58 

195.956.00 

4.4S2.76 

4,626.75 

111,866.768.72 

11,020,168.75 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
COST OF OPERATION 



July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 




_E_ 

A **>****** 69.59% 

B F0ud 8.56% 

C Drugs & Surgical Supplies 13.60% 

D Other Operating Expenses 6.38% 

E Itppalrs & Maint, Expenaes, . , 1.29% 

TOTAL COST 1((rMI , r; , 



$8,248,523.13 
1,012,762.50 
1,612,9*1.60 

82S.164.S5 

150.347.24 

M1,855,75S.7J 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF 
MONTHLY COST OF OPERATIONS 



June 30, 1958 



OPERATING EXPENSES 



Salaries 
1957 

July I 87S.478.70 

Aob 680.401. 28 

Sept 687.961.00 

Oct 687.907.22 

Nov S87.8S4.IO 

Dee. 688,9<J4.57 

IMS 

Jan 689.466.01 

Feb 687,507.92 

March 69S.562.80 

April 694.951.86 

May 683. 412.84 

June 674,985.76 

Totals ..t8.248.623.tS 

Percent 89.69% 



Food 

96.302.48 
91,108.74 
82.296.69 
S8.0S1.43 
83,721.92 
81.844.2U 



74.838.44 
78.267.33 
91.865.60 
89.822.24 
84,133.7* 
67.194.65 



Drugs and 

Sure teal 
Supplies 

I 154,361.69 
150.257.82 
ut.jisiii.rm 
144.647.48 
148.382.02 
166.795.10 



H6.C43.46 
127.917.33 
146.314.42 

1 30,167.83 
93.459.42 
76,331. IS 



Other 

Opera tine 
Expenses 

t 65,084.57 
73,214.70 
73,605.73 
73.1S7.21 
7f.TOS.70 
71,539.07 



72.677.53 
B7.S53.JB 
GB.90i.19 
71,107.06 
68.461.29 
65.239.60 



Repairs & 

Maintenance 

Expenses 

S 13.773.10 
11.24 5.60 
12,783.04 
11.11 2.40 
11.834.86 
12.285.62 



12.081.08 
12.422.64 
14.706.28 
13.964.52 
12.209.87 
It. 648. 34 



Total Cost 

l.nnf. 000.74 
1,008.223.12 
998,699.54 
1,015.235.74 
1,000.535.13 
3,012.458.46 



996.705.62 
983.463.41 
1.021, 341.29 
1,000,213.51 
931.977.20 
886.899.40 



NO. OF 
PATIENTS 

III- Out- 

patient Patient 
Days Visits 



70,477 
70,000 

87,477 
71,139 
69,250 
64.368 



73.188 
68.798 
09,948 
64,579 
57.250 
61.549 



69.605 
65,076 
59.005 
67.180 
56,066 
50,283 



57,943 
49,772 
56.644 

jvk.i;::s 
61.159 



Cost per 
Patient 



In- Out. 

Patient Patient 

Days Visits 



313.13 
13.13 
13.68 
13.15 
13.34 
14.52 



12.67 
14.26 
13.50 
14.26 
14.96 
15.78 



1.12 
1.22 
1.33 
1.13 
1,43 
1,65 



1.30 
1.50 
1.36 
1.36 
1.24 
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31,018.762.50 31,612.961.00 3825.164.85 S150.347.24 311,855,758.72 793,623 708,562 313.77 * 1.31 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF DEPARTMENTAL COST OF OPERATIONS 
Fiscal Year 1956-1957 Compared With Fiscal Year 1957-1958 



DEPARTMENT 

* Owral . 
daltUK Be 
Traffic ml 



t'nit... 



Ojmtion 

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Linen ud 

Serial Ktweu.. 
Slu. .NiirJtt 

Urine <Br». 

Int. * Prof. St ii. 

(To]. Art). 

SLrtera Ufinj 

Qmrttri 

Ottit-r IVntinatl 

OjMrtU 
PitUrf tKpt 



SALARIES 



OTHER EXPENSES 



TOTALS 



Hnliul k 

Snrcttil Cm 

Nutting 8<fTlet -.,-,. 

fWehotuthlt. 
CoBtwKiu I'nr. 
PnMitore Infint Cut... 

White 7 B lull 

Colored T. B. I nlL 

ptdtalrta W. 4 

t T. 8 fti 



19S7-I9SS 


lOSS- 1957 


Increase 
D*-rease" 


1957-tSSS 


19541-1957 


Increase 
Decrease' 


1957 -10SS 


1956-1957 


Increase 
Decrease" 


Per- 
cent 


t 136.924.74 
108.S09.07 


3 140.466.76 
98,562.03 


3 :i,632.02* 
9,647.04 


3 203,084.20 
7.593.02 


I 197.390.17 
9.126.85 


S 5.694.63 % 
1,533.83* 


339,908.94 
115,802.09 


S 337.S46.93 
107,688.88 


% 2,062.01 
8,113.21 


6.10 
7.58 


256,919.77 
32,177,68 
37,114.43 
41,603.02 


2SS.492.t4 

29,855.50 
33,275.00 
57,780.11 

'" tBWtt.ii 

386,680.69 


28,427.63 
22.18 

3,839.43 

3.777.91 

417.90 

83.318.43 

31,974.72 


12.S4I.64 
1.6- 
481.90 
421.10 


13.828.19 

6.686.05 

318.58 

704.79 


4 86.5 r.- 
5,067. 16- 
163.32 
283.60* 


269.761.41 
33,806.57 
87,61 

41,929.12 

417.90 

574.617.13 

570,045.16 


241. S20. 33 
36.541.55 
33,593.68 
38,434.90 


27.941.08 

2,734.98* 

4.002.75 

3,494.22 

417,90 

82,042.61 

46,185.74 


11.65 

7.48* 

11.92 

9.09 

100.06 


464,246.18 

418.656.41 


110.:; 
151,389.75 


lll.i 
137,178.73 


1,275.82* 
1 (.211.02 


492,574.62 
623,859.42 


18.66 
8.82 


169.062.98 
205.034.68 


150.637.82 
176.097.03 


8.425.16 
28,937.55 


226,103.26 
29,503.94 


Bll.18t.41 

SO.S10.77 


9.917.84 
706.83* 


3S6,1«6.23 
234,538.52 


366.823.23 
206.307.80 


Is. 343.00 
28,230.72 


6.06 

ia.ee 


74, 327. i.7 


64,424.63 


9,902.44 


1,242.99 


2,180.28 


937.29* 


75,570.06 


66,604.01 


8,966.15 


13.46 


29,692.60 


27.695.00 


1,997.60 


4,732.26 


3,673.14 


1.139.12 


34.424.86 


31,268.14 


3,156.72 


10.09 


26,313.67 


22.582.04 


2,731.63 


760.96 


1,330.33 


569.38* 


26,074.62 


23,912. 3 7 


2, 162.25 


9.04 


39,599.70 


37,636.74 


1,962.96 


1,417.35 


1,142.37 


274.98 


41.017.05 


38,779.11 


2,287.94 


6.77 






69.286.89 


2.621.53 
1,087.015.68 


1,967.56 
1.144, 101. 21 


553.97 
57.085.53* 


2,521.63 

1,671.368.25 


1,967.56 
1.559, 166.89 


653.97 
12.201.36 


28.16 


484,342.57 


416,056.68 


.78 


563,785.59 

271.232.79 
162.244.86 
147.858.16 
187,101.32 
116,164.66 


578.383.71 
1,697,575.29 
241.716.06 
U8.145.6R 
149,' 

168.394.28 
80,279.63 


14.598.12* 

172.618.84 

29.616,73 

14,099.18 

2,817.21* 

•7.04 

35,886.11 


8.046.51 
36,844.96 

6.420.21 
62.403.36 

3.668.02 
39,868.30 


5.631.01 
41.691.57 

6,809.18 
67,454.28 

4.270,66 
41.440.98 
24,473.90 


2.484. SO* 
4.846.61* 

620.03 
6,050.93* 

602.64* 
I.0T2.68* 
£.365.11 


566,832.10 

1.807.039.09 

277,653.00 

I24.S4UJ.S1 

151,026.18 

226,1 

148,003.67 


583.914.72 
1.639,266.86 
247,516.24 
215.599.96 
153.94 5.93 
209,: 
104.763.43 


17,082.62* 
167,772.23 

30.136.76 
9,048.26 
2,919.76* 

16.634.36 

41,250.24 


2.93* 
10.23 
12.18 
4.20 
1.90* 
7.93 

l«,M 



31, 728. M 



11,11191 



JM21.88* 



t,M.1i 



10.H5.74 7,247.01* 



33,121.77 



71,300.65 87,173.88* 62,83* 



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TOTALS 



ISO. 722. 44 

20.196. SO 
17S.32I.S4 

70.7; 
168,64 . 
16S.431.79 
868.00 
2S7.SE2.tO 

64.372.S6 
196.333. 84 

113,688.09 

182,607.62 
SI, 127. 64 

223,266.64 
70,224.30 
63,669.42 
43.947.41 
16,465.13 
. 

313.I01.4S 
ST. 226.48 

118,587.44 
4,400.00 



171.683.94 

168.182.11 
62.489.80 

140.629.67 
1,031.00 

229,816.90 
80.949.81 
84,860.96 

103,886.00 
"8.06 

4 6.110.97 
199,398.43 

65,653.14 

61..H: 

87,612.26 

12.402.14 

14,526.40 
283.563.24 

54,201.80 

106,082.69 

4. 060.00 



19.tm.sn 

377.64 
10.139.28 
3.44 
21, 5<. : 
22.904.12 
■ 
28,1 IT.Ofl 
16.5: 
21,482.89 

9.662.99 
31.199.46 
5.016.67 
23,857.21 
4,371.16 
7.169.26 
6.335.15 
4.062.99 

29.S88.21 

3.025.18 

12.S04.S5 

340.00 



264. 667.37 

6,339.89 

447.821.12 

2, 531.89 

3.131.24 

681.00 

218,118.11 

7,604.12 

74.992,56 

61.673.63 
184,948.18 

:i.T70.19 
63,088.43 

1,601.36 
16,860.92 
56.367.13 

1,620.01 

2.128.13 

63.7B3.49 

16,182.05 

71.346.14 

SJ.T6 



246.672.96 19.094.42 



1.399.13 

4.T29.8S 
442.I-- 

i,M9.92 

1.913.98 

222,135.29 

11.436.73 



79,264.40 

225.185.04 

9. 724. ST 

56,046.21 

1,447.28 

17,600.67 

60.097.94 

1.672.20 

1,286.66 

55,226.14 

12.12 

76.176.34 

129.80 



1.31 1.7,1" 
610.06 

166.45' 

1.232.98' 
4.017.18' 
3.832.61' 



52,690.42 12.402.14 



2.314.13 
40.236.86* 
46.32 
8.041.22 
S4.07 
749.65' 
S.2S9.19 
52.19* 
841.S2 
1,427. 65* 
1,139.93 
4,830.20* 
77. OS* 



466.389.61 

20.783.89 
178.661.23 
518,538.86 
171,177.45 
166,565.03 
1,539.00 
476,471.01 

71,976.78 
181,826.40 

196,117.62 

367.456.70 

60.897.83 

142.07 

71.725.05 

75.410.34 

99.304.54 

18.086.14 

17.446.26 

366.899.94 

108.68 

189,933.58 

4,462.75 



417,156.69 

21,718.08 
167,911.94 
505.454.44 
149.779.64 
143,799.59 
2,944.98 
461.451.19 

92.386.54 
147.441,37 

183.150,40 

376.493.10 
GS.836.S4 

254.443.64 
67,300.42 
68,990.73 
87,71 0.20 
14.074.34 
16,813.06 

338.789,38 
69,243.42 

182.258.98 
4,189.80 



S8.232.92 

984.19* 

10,749.29 
13.070.42 
21.397.81 
22.765.44 

1,405.93* 
24.019.82 
20,409.76' 
33,885.03 

11,967.12 

9.037.40* 
5.061.99 

31,898.43 
4.425.23 
6.419.61 

11,694.34 
4.010.80 
1,633.20 

28.110. 5S 

4,165.11 

7,674. 6S 

262.95 



1 8.246. 464. 18 87.486,660.38 8 759.803.80 83,609.294.54 13,664.990.71 1S6, 696.17 111.855,768.72 til. 151. 661. 09 9704.107.63 



9.17 

4.30* 

8.40 

2.68 

14.29 

1131 

47.74* 

S.32 
22.09* 
22.98 

6.53 

2.40 

9.07 
12.54 

6.58 

9.31 
13,22 
28.50 
10.33 

8.80 

6.01 

4,21 

6.28 

6.S1 



•RED Firares. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS Schedule ill A 

STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL BUILDINGS 
June 30, 1958 



Reserve for Depreciation 



Main HoKfiitsI Building... 

Student Nurses Home..-., — . 

Ambulance House & Garage.. .... 

Laundry Building....... .... 

Power House & lee Plant 

Warehouse & Incinerator 

Animal House 

Contagious Patients Bldg 

Covered & Enclosed Passages.... 
Dibert T.B. Memorial Building.. 
Professional Students Home 

(Tulane Ave.).-- 

Machine & Woodworking Shop.. 

White * Colored T.B, Bidg 

Colored T.B. Bldg. 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Bldg 

Sisters Home 

Male Internes Home...... 

Tool House 



Total 

S/30/S7 

9.864.921.69 

1.068,379.97 

169,713.82 

113,071.13 

213,124.29 

31,019.36 

11,209.69 

316.101.e3 

4.330.38 

462.910.79 

138.792.23 

97.372.49 

76.929.41 

166,261. 53 

391,145.36 

208.624.90 

4 58,310.75 

1. 400.SE 



7/1/S7 to 6/30/58 

Additions Char- Off 



Total 




7/1/57 to 


Total 




6/30/58 


6/30/58 


6/30/54) 


8/30/58 


- 


9,864,921.63 


13.465.339.10 


$196,533.85 


$3, 661,872.95 


1,063,379.97 


375,727.59 


21,267.60 


396,995.19 


> 


169,713.82 


97,579.51 


3,394.27 


70,978.78 


— 


118.071.13 


45.024.68 


2,261.42 


47,286.00 


—• 


213,124.29 


84.8W.61 


4.262.49 


89,128.00 


>-i 


31,019.36 


12,351.84 


6211.39 


12,972.23 




11.209.89 


4.463.76 


221.20 


4.687.96 




316,101.83 


203,358.83 


6,322.04 


209.680.93 


DC 


i.lSt.88 


2.487.94 


88.11 


2,674.73 





4(12.910.79 


288,547.87 


9.258.22 


207,806.09 


Tl 


138.7 


82, 53 1.23 


2,735.84 


85,267.07 


-i 


<.I7.372.49 


16,066.46 


1.947.45 


18,018.91 


> 


76,929.41 


43.336.92 


1,538.50 


44.875.51 


r 


166.261.S3 


96,369.19 


3.325.03 


99,685.22 




391.14S.36 


2 I)-!, 699.44 


7,822.91 


212. 522.35 


1 


308,624.91) 


125.S20.68 


4,172.60 


129,993.18 




J!!.. 340. 76 


55,000.92 


9.166.82 


64,167.74 


y> 


1.4O0.S5 


1.082,99 


2B.02 


1.111.01 


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813.786. 649.67 t I $18.786.6 49.67 .5.174.64 5.42 3274.96B.43 $5,449,613.85 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS Schedule in b 

STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT AND FURNISHINGS 

June 30, 1958 



6/30/S7 

Main Hospital Bldg t 2,252,797.32 

Student Ngnn Home 118,746.38 

Professional Students Home 

(Tulane Ave.) 1.476.8* 

I*undry Buildioe 188.821.14 

Power House A Ice Plant 831,987.74 

Machine A Woodworking Shop 33,27*J.l3 

Contagious Patients Bidg 4 7.891.74 

Dtbert T.B. Bldg- 58,6*1.90 

Lnpeyre-Miltenberiter BId(r 56.111.10 

White & Colored T.B. Bldg 5.655. 88 

Colored T.B. Bid* „.. 22,229.47 

Sisters Home 13,677.00 

Tool House 1,158.54 

Fences & Paved Walks 7,588. 83 

Male Internes Home 29.757.89 

Automotive Equipment 108,044.75 

t 3,771,235.20 



Additions Adjustments 

7/1 /S7 to 7/1 /S7 to Total 

6/30/37 8/30/58 8/30/58 

SI 13,214.12 J t 2.866,011.44 

L,18*.4S 119,984.86 

1,476.84 

189,821.14 

881,937.74 

- 83.279.13 

6,995.26 54,887.00 

18,236.83 71,798.23 

3,457.80 59,568.40 

S, 655. 33 

22.229.47 

808.22 14.486.22 

1,1-58.54 

7.S88.93 

29.757.Kfl 

106,044.75 

$143,899.71 I f 3.915,184.91 



Reserve for Depreciation 



6/30/57 



SI, 693. 140. 35 
118,746.38 



7/1 /ST to 
6/30/58 

H5J.T90.74 
69.45 



1.476.84 

189.321.14 

818,886.35 950.00 

33,279,13 

40,299.81 5,487.70 

53,561.90 1.823.63 

56,111,10 345.73 

5.655.33 

21,890.21 339.26 

8,833.49 1,132.58 

1,045.16 113.38 

7,588.98 

17.854.74 2.975.79 

67,516.13 10,995.80 

13,130,206.99 S17S.014.13 



Trial 
0/30/58 

S1.B46. 931.09 
118,805.80 

1,476.84 

189,321.14 

814,836.35 

33,279.13 

45,787.61 

55.385.53 

56.456.83 

5.665.33 

22.229.47 

9,966.17 

1,158.54 

7.588.93 

20.330.53 

78.511.93 

S3, 308, 221. 12 



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STATEMENT OF UNEXPIRED INSURANCE 
June 30, 19S8 



Schedule 1V-A 



Policy No. 



Coverage 



A.C. 333747 Automobils — Damage ft Bodily Injury. 

A.C. 533*36 Automobile — Damage & Bodily Injury 

S07202 „. Auto— Comprehensive, Fire, Theft £ 

Collision 

A-S07229 Aoto — Comprehensive, Fire, Theft * 

Collision 
Comprehensive Gl 



Effective 
Dmte 

1 in :,: 
4/10/58 

3/26/57 



p.g. mo-si 

PGP6-00-91.., 
D-7504298 



.Comprehensive Glass 

Depositors Forgery Bond 

QT8-2167S6 Elevators 

01-29055.. Workmen's Compensation 

WC 57-100.... Workmen's Compensation 

2628675A.. Employees Fidelity Bond 

2628675A Employees Fidelity Bond 

SUte Master... ..Fire and Extended Coverage... 

F-1443545 Fire — Rental 

977-3I4B Money and Securities.. 

9-LG 457394... Owners Responsibility — Public 

P.M-65S939 Boilers. Pressure Vessels tt Gas Furnaces 

KM -67 78266 ..Boilers. Pressure Vessels & Gas Furnaces 

p-26026 ...Radium Floater Policy 7/81/56 

SP 32512 Radium Floater Policy 7/31/67 

LG-361096 Owners Responsibility — Public Liability 2/ 1/55 

116344 Public Official 7/20/57 



3/26/58 
1/18/57 
1/18/56 
7/17/57 
7/ 1/57 
3/ 1/81 

11/ 1/54 

11/ 1/57 

7/ 1/S7 

4/17/57 

1/ 6/36 

Liability 2/ 1/58 

4/17/57 
: 17/18 



•RED Figure 
•'Cancelled 4/17/88 



Date of 

Expiration 

4/10/58 
4/10/69 

3/26/58 

3/26/59 
1/18/58 
1/18/69 
7/17/68 
7/ 1/58 
8/ 1/68 
3/ 1/59 
11/ 1/67 
11/ 1/60 
7/ 1/68 
4/17/60 
1/ 8/69 
2/ 1/61 
4/1T/60" 

7 SI 
- il/67 
7 31/88 
2/ 1/88 
7/20/68 



Premium 
Unexpired 

8/30757 

I 4,039.82 



1,117.67 

105.04 



14,596.26 



PrMOulm Paid 
Fiscal Year 

19S7-19S8 



3,676.82 

95.17 

1,695.70 

ioi'M 

H.6S 

2.917.49 

1,298.44 

26,902.07 





1,896.54 




12,432.32 


170.T9 


16.79* 


1,467.64 


1.652.28 




1,870.86 


18.34 






220.13 


461. SI 






126.00 


322.361.18 


{55,029.41 







Premium 

Unexpired 

6/30/33 



♦ 

2.9 10.82 


1.217.19 


113.65 
36.48 


17,934.72 
1,827,72 


67.46 

56.22 

963.83 

1.481.96 


18.39 


10.42 


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STATEMENT OF HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS, DISCHARGES AND PATIENT-DAY COSTS 

June 30, 1958 



PATIENTS REMAINING 

June SO. 1957 

May 81, 195S 
ADMISSIONS 

Jane 1958 

7/1/51 to 6/30/58... 
TRANSFERRED FROM OTHJ-iRS 

June 1958 _ 

7 1 57 to 6 30/58 .., 

PATIENTS DISCHARGED 

June 1958 

7/1/57 to 6/80/58 

PATIENTS DIFD 

June 1B58 

7/1/57 to 6/30/58 

TRANSFERRED TO OTHERS 

June 1958 

7/1/B7 to S/80/5B ___ 

PATIENTS REMAINING 

June 1958 

PATIENT-DAYS 

June 1958 

7/1/51 to 6/80/58 

DAILY AVG. NO. OF PATIENTS 

June 30. 1958 

7/1/57 to 6/S0/S8 

AVG. LGTH. OF STAY— HAYS 

June 19S8 — 

7/1/57 to 6/30/58 

PERCENT MORTALITY 

June 30. 1958 

7/1/S7 to 6/80/58 _ 

AVG. MONTHLY OCCUPANCY 

June 1958 , . 

7/1/57 to 6/30/58 



Total 
8,0*1 
1.644 

1,7*6 

71,-117 



4.432 
68,538 



249 

3,20 7 



1.719 

51.549 
193,623 

1.718 
2.1 74 

8.10 
10.60 

3.91% 

56.09% 
70.98% 



Contagious 

57 
56 

164 
2.S99 

17 
275 

162 
2,416 

3 
145 

28 
423 

44 

1.630 
25,671 

54 
70 

7-21 
9.23 

LSI 

5.32% 



General 
1.405 
1.059 

4.276 
65,445 

433 
3.676 

4,001 
62,828 

1ST 
2,649 

449 

3.918 

1.132 

33.742 
555,820 

1.125 
1.622 

6.37 

S.27 

3.52% 
3.94% 



56.08% 

53.28% 75.94% 

Month of June, 1958 



CLINICS 

Onl-Paticnt Vi»it» 

Emergency Room Patients 



White 
18,545 

2,422 



Deduct : Emergency Room Patients 
Treated & Trans, to Ward* 



15.967 

152 
15.815 



PATIENT-DAY COSTS 

IN-PATIENTS 

Total Service Cost 

Average Coat per Pntient-D*y 

OUT-PATIENT VISITS 

Total Service Cost 

Average Coat per Fatient-VUit 



Colored 

>3.82t 

7.8*4 

41,717 

244 

H.-17 r> 



Poliomyelitis 

2-1 
7 



7 

2 
40 

1 
50 




12 



276 
T.584 



9 

21 



16.00 

17.63 



Ai% 



12.43% 

27-S7-; 



Total 
47.368 
10.316 
57,684 

396 
57,388 



Avf . Monthly Cost 

Fiacal Year 

1957-1958 

t 859.599.84 

11.71 

I 69.704.42 
1.20 



Premature 

Infant Psychopathic Tuberculosis 
74 164 323 

63 174 285 



140 

989 

4 
67 

58 
696 

46 
289 

5 
46 

98 

2.364 
23,548 

79 
64 

12.71 
22.86 

24.7 
28.05% 

55.66% 
53.76% 
July I, 



140 
1.882 



60 
244 



165 
t,Mn 



2 
40 



55 
173 



36 
495 



22 
344 



ti 

620 



11 
80 



1 

176 



4.901 
C5,60tl 



163 
180 



15.01* 
31.67 



285 



8,636 
116.394 



238 

HIT 



26.98 
136.23 



.06% 

.19% 



3.4% 

A!4-: 



102.10% 50.32% 

112.33% 55.27% 

1B57 to June 30. 1858 



White 
164,722 
38.SW 

iss.asi 

1,631 
196,600 




Total 
583,700 
1 £8,684 



712,364 
4.412 



Month of 
June 
I 813.386.62 
15.78 

S 72,512.84 
1.27 



707,622 

Total 

7/1/S7 to 
6/30/58 
$10,926,966.33 
13.77 

$ 928,792.33 
1.31 



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84 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-195S 

Schedule VIII 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
STATEMENT OF ADMISSIONS BY PARISH 
June 30, 1958 

June 7/1/57 to 

Parish 1958 6/30/58 

Acadia 14 196 

Allen , 3 66 

Ascension 76 373 

Assumption 43 760 

Avoyelles 9 

Beauregard 2 33 

IM.-nvllU- 2 

tar , o x 

Caddo , 1 i| 

Calcasieu 27 306 

Caldwell , . 4 IB 

Cameron 2 14 

boula ,, o 30 

Claiborne 1 

Concordia 3 127 

DeSol o , , 4 

East Baton Rouge 314 4.803 

Knst Carroll 1 26 

Feliciana 42 '•' 8 

Kvangellnu ., y 174 

Friinklln 2 43 

Grunt (I 19 

[berta 9 •ji;-_* 

illo 6T 83B 

Jackson i) O 

noO 432 6.051 

. ..ii Davis i; i; t 

I . J l f : i >- • • 1 1 ■ ■ 6 isi 

arche 73 1.290 

La Salle 4 1 g 

Unootn o g 

Lhin teuton , ... 24 34 2 

Madison , 1 

Mi. 'house ■> 31 

Natchitoches 1 14 

M 8,807 89.: 

OttaVOhlM , 3 r,i; 

Plaquemtnaa 55 

• Cou|mm> 29 504 

Kupltlfs I I :u; 

KmI liiVT I 

Richland 1 17 

Babln* ■ t 

Bt Barnard B9 

si Chart** 72 Mi 

St. Helena 6 ill 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



SB 



Pariih 

Eft, Jumes 

St. John the Baptist 

St. Landry 

St Martin 

St. Mary 

St. Tammany 

T;inglf>ahoa 

Tensas 

Tt'rn-honne 

Union 

Vermilion 

Vwrnon 

\Va«hIngton 

Waboter 

West Baton Rouge . 

Carroll 

Feliciana 

Winn 



Other States. 



Unknown . . . 



Schedule VIM 


— (Continued) 


June 


7/1/57 to 


1958 


6/30/58 


61 


908 


94 


1,220 


44 


545 


10 


106 


41 


678 


104 


1.501 


71 


1,239 


4 


71 


106 


1.746 





24 


8 


127 





30 


50 


677 





2 


47 


491 


1 


2B 


22 


354 


1 


14 


4, >:<■■'.< 


70.061 


86 


1,288 


1 


50 





IS 


4,756 


71,417 



1957 

July 8.925 

AuKUnt 6,862 

,l» ■!• 6.406 

6,608 

NoToxnber 6,026 

Iht 5,857 



1958 

January ■ • ■ 6,705 

February 5,501 

March 5,807 

April 5,867 

May 4,607 

June 4,756 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES ON PAYROLL 

June 30, 1958 



Schedule IX 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



MONTH OF JUNE, 1958 



ADMINISTRATIVE AND GENERAL 
Executive Offie- 

Accounting Department 

Traffic & Information 

Purchasing 

Personnel Department 

Mimeograph- Muttigranh 
Post Office 



TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE * GENERAL 



Admitting Room*.. 

Storerooms , , 

Intake Unit 

HouaekeepinjT 

Maintenance 



Operation of Plant 

Laundry ... 

Linen and Sewing Rooms.. 
Student Nurses Living Quarters.. 
Prof. Students Home (Tulane Ave.)... 

Sisters Living Quarters.--. 

Dietary Departm'-s- 

Med. * Surg. Care — Clerical 

Nursing Service..... 

Psychiatry 

Contagious Unit.... .._ 

Premature Infant Care.... 

White T. B. Unit 

Colored T. B Duh 

Pediatrics — W, £ C. T. B. Patients , 

Central Service 

School of Physical Therapy 
Nurs/ng Educaliot. 
Pharmacy and Drugi 



Additional Actual No. 

Author- Authorized Author- Actual on Increase Decrease Employees 

iied 7 1 57- lied Payroll on Payroll 

7/1/57 6/30/58 6 30 58 5 31 58 Trans. Emp. Trans. Rel. 6/30/SS 



7 

38 

139 

10 

18 
7 
3 

47 
if 

o 

277 
145 

it 

129 

tn 

IT 

IS 

8 

Itf 

16 

SIS 

103 

71 

T3 
88 
40 
35 
it 
4 
55 





7 


s 




II 


34 


— 1 


138 


129 




to 


10 




18 


14 




7 


1 




3 


3 


— 1 


221 


201 




€7 


43 


1 


16 


IS 


1 


I 





6 


283 


T.r, 


1 


Hi 


143 




48 


49 




129 


123 




40 


39 




17 


16 




IE 


14 


1 


9 


9 


3 


Ell 


258 




Hi 


11 


7 


K22 


761 


1 


109 


103 


—I 


78 


76 


—7 


68 


59 


— 1 


S7 


82 


18 


56 


52 


—21 


IS 


7 




as 


89 




4 


1 




55 








22 



I 
1 

2 
1 

2 
2 
1 

1 

IS 

19 
2 
1 

1 
3 

1 
2 



5 

31 

128 

10 

14 

6 

3 

200 

42 

16 

1 

275 

142 

48 

121 

39 

16 

12 

I 

24S 

11 

746 

101 

74 

69 

79 

62 

6 

87 

3 



a 

x 

§ 

X 

o 

tn 

Nat 

-J 

> 



Medical Records Library 
Social Service Department 
Electron Microt.. 
Operating Room 
Polio Center 
Delivery Rooms 

Anesthesia - 

Gas Therapi 
X-Ray Diagno*i: 
X-Ray Therapeutic 

Laboratories „ .. 

Physical Therapy 

Electrocardiograph ...... 

Blood Bank 

Lung Station 

EEeetr oe nceph alograp h 

Clinics 

Ambulance 

Emergency Rooms 

Cemetery 



7» 

S8 

1 

ue 

SI 

11 

7 

ss 

12 

8T 

32 

IT 

14 

4 

I 

HI 

23 

El 

2 



—1 



73 

to 

1 
MS 

38 
61 
17 

7 
EG 
12 
87 
81 
17 
14 

4 

5 

143 

23 

58 

2 



71 
45 



US 

27 

43 

IS 

T 
58 
11 
74 
2d 
17 
11 

8 

4 

127 

22 

48 

2 



8 

10 

1 

1 

7 
1 
1 

2 



TOTAL EMPLOYEES 



Residents 

Interns 

Student Nurses 

Dietetic Students 

Anesthesia Students 

TOTAL OTHER PERSONNEL.. 

TOTAL ALL PERSONNEL 



3.528 

294 

IIS 

277 

M 

39 

759 

4,287 



3,534 


3,229 

E8S 

129 

167 

8 

28 


3 

"T 


41 


234 

135 

27T 

M 

39 


87 


759 


821 


87 


4.203 


3.850 


128 



Total Number Employees Authorized 7/1/ET S.528 

Addtl. Authorised Month of June 1958 6 

Number Employees on Payroll 6/31/58 

Add : No. Employees Employed during June 1958........ 

Less: No. Employees Released in June 1958 

Number of Vacancies 6/30/68 

Labor Turnover — June 1958 



2 M 1 





2 


tt 






1 


47 







2 

t 


126 
27 
42 






1 


IS 
7 






1 


58 








11 


SJ 




8 


73 





1 




26 


*0 






18 









IS 


3 






8 


H 






4 






4 


12S 


O 




2 


20 


"S 




3 


46 
2 


> 






O 


1 


89 


8.181 


o 

o 




102 


187 


a 

2 




78 


60 




2 


252 


H 






8 


V, 






28 


Q 




18S 


525 


d 

B 


3 


272 


J. 706 








> 






3,534 


-3 


3.22'J 




-. 




41 3,270 












89 


8,181 

353 





CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS Sch.dui. x 

VISITORS' FOOD SERVICE DEPARTMENT PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT 

June 30, 1958 

JULY 1, 1957 TO 

MONTH OF JUNE. 1958 JUNE 30, 1958 



SA1XS ,.,-,_ * * 8,674.97 t * *I14.494.«4 f 

Commission* — Sale* Tsa 4,28 8,579,21 82.91 114. 577. 56 



Inventory — Resale Merchandise 2,062.14 2 190 08 

Merchandise Purchased 6,941,69 75JS24'85 



7,993.73 77,723,93 

Less: Inventory June 30, 1958....„ 1,768.62 6, 225. 11 1,768.62 7S.956.21 



OPERATING EXPENSES 

Salaries 

Clerk* .. .._ „ 


400.00 
300.00 
1,615.00 
710.00 
300.00 




Food Service Workers „ 

Custodial Supervisors ,. 

Cooks 


3.325.00 


Other Expenses 


200.00 
49.4} 
40.00 




Gas and Electricity 

Housekeeping; Supplies - 

Ice 

Repairs to Equipment 

Kitchen Utensils and Minor Equipment.. 




Replacement of Equipment 


289.43 



6,225.11 




1,768.62 


2,354.12 






4.700.00 






3.690.00 






18,296.00 






9.397.46 






3.600.00 


39,683.54 




65.59 






2.400.00 






723.06 






480.09 






62.67 






1,182.24 






190.78 




3.614.43 


3. 008.70 


3,021.94 



38.622.24 



47,605.48 

•1,260.31 *8.983.24 

Deduct : Hospital Contribution to 

Retirement Plan 174.87 2.076,88 



93V»" n « V" .--.-.-.--.. '1,435.18 Ml.060.12 

Add: Cirnimissioni earned on Vending 

Machine Sales 2,347.33 28,143.45 



NET P ROFIT I 912.15 (Jj, 

•BED Fltortt 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
ENDOWMENT FUNDS— STATEMENT OF CASH BALANCES 

PROGRESSIVE BANK AND TRUST CO. 

June 30, 1958 



Schedule I 



Petty 
Cash 



Children's Bed Endowment Fund.. 

Dibert Endowment Fund . 

Ferran Legacy, Jean 

Henderson Fund. Stephen. . 

McBurney Fund, Alexin* S 

Milliken Memorial Fund . 

Lapeyre-Miltenbenter Fund 

Preat Endowment Fund 

Stauffer- East wick Fund . 

Thilborg-er. Louise B. 

Weil, Emanuel L, and Clarice.. ..... 

Wisner Donation, Edward 

Lewin Legacy, Noemi M, 

Mataft Leaner, Dr. Rudolph 

Applegate, Alice M 

Cancer Registry 

Higgina Foundation.. 

Jensen Legacy, Marie B....... 

Krauss Memorial, Arthur.....™, 

Sundry Donations, Restricted. ....... 

Penick Orthopedic Fund, Win. E. 

Social Service Fund 

Allison Legacy. Msry Ann.... 

Federal Research Grant 

Federal Grant — Cerebral Palsy 

Lieux Legacy, Marie H 

Sundry Donations — Unrestricted.. 

Graf Legacy, Catherine A 

Tertrou Legacy, Cora 



50.01) 



Special 

Fund 

Accounts 



61.44* 
10.068.86 

1,021.98 

4 72.25 

12,090.44 

1,312.26 

48,726.85 

163.02 
1,230.44 

6.947.66 

129.85 

150.00 

18.357.76 

66.08 

50.70 

1,633.09 

68.220.73 

463.04 

3,387.29 

1,908.71 



Individual 
Fund 

Accounts 

S 805.65 

171. 706.63 

38,336.79 

22,813.10 

8.312.32 



454.65 
6,030.14 



20,681.13 



1,464.34 



Total 

$ 805.65 

171.706.63 

61.44* 

1<),0 68.85 

33,336.79 

1,02 l.HS 

22,613.10 

472,25 

R, 412. 32 

12,090.44 

1,362,26 

48,725.35 

454.65 

163.62 

1,230.44 

6,030.14 

6,947.56 

129,85 

160.00 

18,367.76 

55,68 

60.70 

1,033.09 

20.681.13 

68,220.73 

463.04 

3,387.29 

1,908.71 

1.4 54.3 4 



Distribution 



Principal 

1,07 5.73 
364.21 



345.43 
E.625.6S 

7D.-IT 
801.10 
315.00 



464.65 

122.33 

38,07 

6.030.14 

6.947.56 

129.86 

150.00 

18.367.76 

55.63 

50.70 

20.681.13 
68,220.73 
189. 67* 
2,852.21 

a.m* 

1,880.99 



Income 

$ 270,08' 
171,346.42 

61,44* 

19,068.85 

38,336.79 

716.96 

20.187.42 

542.72 

7,611.16 

11,775.44 

1,362.20 

48,725.35 

41.29 
1,192.37 



1.333.09 



662.71 

535.03 

I.918.6G 

426.65* 



3150.00 $176,328.10 $270,594.75 $447,072.9] 1131.184.58 S315.8S8.33 



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§ 

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W 

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ffl 

z 

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■HEU Figures 



Schedule II 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
ENDOWMENT FUNDS— STATEMENT OF INCOME EARNED AND DONATIONS 



June 30, 1958 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 

RESTRICTED AS TO USE 

Children'* Bed Endowment f 421.14 

MeBurnci Fund. Alexin* S J.894.83 

Hflllikctl Memorial Fund 1. £41.29 

Lapeyre-Kiltenbenrer Fond 0,079.67 

IVcst Endowment. Fund IC'-.'.'S 

Suulfw-Kulwirk Fund S.2 73.96 

Thiiborser Lrrur. Louise 3.242.17 
Weil. Enuwuel L. * Clarice 

Mat** Leg-scv. Dr. Rudolph 41.29 

Appleeate, Alice II. 309.88 
Social Service Fund 

Allison Legacy, Mary Ann 11.01 

Sundry Donations ... 



Rent 



2", 000. 00 



Royalties Dividends 



120.00 10.120.00 



>■.(•. 20 



2TC.fi. 



5*0.00 



5il.i'n 



26,000.00 
74.00 



24,047.31 20.620.00 10.330.00 



621, SO 



UNRESTRICTED AS TO USE 
Dibert Endowment Fund 
Henderson Fund 
Wisner Legacy. Edward 
Lieux Leffscy. Uirie H 

Sundry Donations 

Graf Legacy. Catherine. 
Tertrou. Core.. 



FEDERAL AND OTHER GRANTS 
Cancer Registry . 

Natl. Council Jewish Women 

lav*] Research Grant 
FG-Child Development Study,.. 



20,078.21 13.02S.S0 




8E.S40.e6 10,424.82 23.307.76 36,940.95 13.023.90 



23.5SS.S8 


51.557.93 


550.00 






2,257.00 


2.307,00 



Total 
7/1/57 to 
Sundry 6/30/SS 



3.273.60 
23,946.83 
1,643.29 
6. 139.87 
L00.9S 
8,668.86 

is,«»s.n 

276.50 
26,041.29 

309.83 
74.00 

633.03 
23,586.63 



27.63 



107.176.83 



95.072.93 

12,020.1 

39,866.56 

192.64 

2,321.12 

515.89 

953.69 



27.63 160,932.73 



28.352.81 8.74 28.366.56 

3.480.00 3.480.00 

U.O0 20.231.00 

100.000.00 100.000.00 



1E2. 063.81 



S.T4 152,067.65 



JSS.387.97 131,044,83 133,697.76 135,940.95 113,645.49 S206.4Z8.74 I 31.37 1410.171.11 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS s e „.d U i. mi 
ENDOWMENT FUNDS— PRINCIPAL 
June 30, 1958 

t^V^FWU** K, :» M ^ -* S — R ™^ E ~" 

Children'* Bed Endowment Fund S 1.075.73 | 22,638.16 t * f S 2! 71 1 <•'< 

Dibert Endowment Fund 860.21 1,682,816.50 27I.J60.OO II"~~" "atib">"6i63 :,990^1 J el3-t 

*erran Legacy J™.. _ 9,000.00 9,000.00 

Henderson Fund. Stephen _ 106,833,83 

MeBiirney fund, Alexins S 250,000.00 250,000.00 

Mlllikcn Memorial Fund. _ 306.03 45.699.61 6,900.00 51,004,64 

Lapeyre-Miltenbcrfrer fund 2,626.68 208,262.16 140,00 206,017.86 

Prest Endowment Fund „ 70.47* 4.150.00 4,078,53 

Stauffer-Eastwick Fund,.. 801.16 202.897.70 31.207.60 _„.........._... „."_.._...^.„„ lS4.406.Sfl 

TnilburRer LsBacy. Louise B, „. 816.00 14,486.00 14,800.90 

Weil, Emanuel L. & Clarice 15,899.00 16,800.00 

Wisner Donation, Edward „ 64.200.00 64. 2(10. on 

Levin Leg-ney, Nocmi M 454.66 454.66 

Matas Legacy, Dr. Rudolph 122.83 24.977.67 „_ 25,000.00 

6.9S9.S2 2,186,928.72 823,607.50 479,608,96 2.995,424.50 



PRINCIPAL FUNDS— RESTRICTED AS TO USE 

Applesate, Alice M 38.07 10.065.66 10.103.78 

HifTJtinB Foundation Fund 6,947.56 -■••--■" Mil - ?. 

Jensen Legacy, Marie B 129.85 _ 1.848.38 l '^|-.J„ 

(frsyss Memorial Fund, Arthur. — 150,00 ™ - — IS.3BT.16 

Sundry Donations ia.357.J4S ss.oa 

Peniek Orthopedic Fund, Wm. E ~_~. |J-«* ZZZZ.. „ „SH° H 

Social Serrice Fund - B0 - 70 ^^^^ 8.208.51 8.298.61 ^ 

Alliaon Legacy. Marie A '^^ ^oS. ZZZZZZ »■»»•» 1M1H1 % 

PRDSCIPAL FUNDS— UNRESTRICTED AS TO USE so .oo „5H! B 

Campbell. Fercifer S , 750.00 750.00 g 

Duvia. John H - • 200.00 21)0.00 H 

Ht*ht Donation Helen. j-— :, £#■.«. - MsSoS H 

Lieojc Learaey Mane H 2 852.21 2 077.88 2198702 

Sundry Donations _ - a gja 21 996.91 - W oil il 

Graf Leraoy. Catherine Agrnea »- |» ikjMui 8,009.00 2g,gll.4S 

Tertrou Legacy, Cora.- - — ' ' - — — — 



4,538.64 



FEDERAL AND OTHER GRANTS "-Jof-Ja 

Cancer Reeistry atsKll ES'S!! - !! 

Federal Research Grant SS'SSJ™ Sg. 2Z0.T8 

Federal Grant— Cerebral Falay sb.jzu.ij . f^- i "' A ^—^ — — 94.932.06 



04,932.00 



Steak* 


NoIpii and 
Account* 
Receivable 


1 

27I.J60.OO 








■ 






6,000.00 




140.08 




31,297.60 




'" i'k^iitf.oo 













323.897.80 .- - 

















'■■■ -—— ■ 


-- — " 


■ 


*.."". 


«- 




..„....- - 






...,.-.- 


— « 


......... 




8,000.00 





8,000.00 














-*« — 


.,.,, T . „™ - 


S&31,89?,&0 


* 






14.486.00 


64.200.00 




479,608,96 




1.843.38 


. 


6^08.61 


10,051.84 



47.694.90 " 8,000.00 1.000.00 . 6 1 .228.64 



mU84.68 12.24M89.2g 1331.897.50 t - j490.660.80 * 8.187,482,16, 



9 

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3 
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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
ENDOWMENT FUNDS — STATEMENT OF ACCUMULATED INCOME 



Schedule IV 



June 30, 1958 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 
RESTRICTED AS TO USE 

Children's Bed Endowment Fund... 

Ferrao Legacy, Jean.. 

KcBarner Fond, Alenina B 

Milliken Memoral Fund... 

Lapeyre*a(ittcnberr;er Fund 

Prest Endowment Fund 

Stauffer-Esstwick Fund 

Thllborger Legacy, Louise S. 

Weil. Emanuel L. and Clarice 

Matan Legacy. Dr. Rudolph 

Applesate, Alice If.. 

Allison Legacy. Mary Ann.. 



UNRESTRICTED AS TO USE 
Dibert Endowment Fund..... 
Dinert Student Loan Fund.. 
Henderson Fund. Stephen. .. 
Wisner Donation. Edward.. 

Lieux Legacy, Marie H 

Sundry Donations 

Graf Legacy, Catherine A... 
Tertrou Legacy. Cora 



Ciih 



Bonds 



270.08* t 861.60 

61.44* 

38,336.79 124. 594. IS 

716.96 14.984.67 

20.187.42 

643.72 480.T4 

7.611.16 4,806.67 

11.776.44 42.391.42 

1.362.36 

41. 2D 

1.192. 37 2.423.02 
1.683.09 ~ 

83.067.97 190.642.17 



169,621.42 84.72S.68 

1,726.00 

10.068.86 16.269.46 

48,725. 35 22,206.83 

652.11 1,564.36 

536.08 

1,918.60 

426.66* 2,100.00 

232,820.36 126,854.53 

1315,888.33 $317,496.70 



Notes and 
Accounts 

Stocks Receivable 



Total 



17,976.99 
630.81 

tt.Sno.Jifi 



31,314.49 



■ | 691.42 

61.44* 

180,906.98 

16,332.43 

29.696. 78 

1.023.46 

„ 16,616.16 

64,166.86 

1.362.26 

41.29 

a.filS.39 

1,633.09 

305,024.63 



111.365.34 10.00 365,720.44 
3,276.00 6,000.00 

1,815.44 28,143.76 

26,921.51 97.663.69 

2.217.27 

536.08 

„„ 1,918,60 

966.60 2,639.86 

139.253.35 5,100.44 504,028.63 
3170,667.84 f 6,100.44 3809,058.31 



3 

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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
ENDOWMENT FUNDS — STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES 

June 30, 1958 

REPAIRS A MAINTENANCE 



Schedule V 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS Salaries 

RESTRICTED AS TO USE 

Children's Bed Endowment Fund , f — 

Ferran Legacy. Jean .. 

McBurney Fund. Alexins S 1. 388.42 

Lapeire-Miltenberger Fund 

Slauffer-Eastwick Fund 

Thilborger Legacy. Louise B 

Weil, Emanuel L„ and Clarice 

Orthopedic Fund 

Social Service Fund 

Higginn Foundation Fund-. ... 

Sundry Donations — Restricted... 

Allison Legacy, Mary Ann... . 



18,135.41 



UNRESTRICTED AS TO USE 
Pibert Endowment Fund.... 

Henderson Legacy.. 

Wjsner Donation. Edward-. 

Sundry Donations. 

Tertrou Legacy, Cora 



16,473.83 



FEDERAL AND OTHER GRANTS 

Cancer Registry 22,163.12 



Indigent 
Patients 
Welfare 



1,551. -.8 
TSMMLti 

280.24 

335.74 
68B.24 



8.200.46 



t,8B4.«( 



2.854.96 



Endowed 
Buildings 



145.7S 



18.80 



203.13 
367,44 



2,605.41 



2,695.41 



Nstl. Council of Jewish Women.. 
Federal Research Grant... 
FG — Cerebral Patsy 



3.4SO.O0 

18,339,09 

21,022.68 

65,004.79 

J81.478.62 $11,655,42 I 3,062.85 



Hospital Capital 

Bldgs. & Expendi- 

Equipment tures 



Sundry 



Total 



* 


f 478.85 


* 316.10 
495.40 
141.13 


8 794.95 
641.15 


14.559.92 
6,017.28 


39.817.69 
S14.S0 


G7.448.74 
5. 831. 58 






6. 304.66 




66,635.46s 


65,654.02 






280.24 






as 5.7 4 






2!so 

1.337.46 
5.09' 


688.24 






2.50 




1.114.07 


17,586.93 




198.04 








19,577,20 


41. 724.91 


67,922.95 

13.527.92b 
5.493.61c 


154,236.79 


40,191.52 


29.361.36 
2,578.40 
7.370.61 


85,77 6.23 
10,931.97 




7,370.01 




94,48 

2.500.00.1 

21.621.01 


94.48 






2.600,00 








40,191.52 


39.310.39 


106,673.29 






1,400.16 


23,563.28 






8,480.00 


12.27 
8.10 


3,029.99 
7.843.28 

10.373.27 

191,408.57 


12,735.46 
3,110.31 

17.545.93 

3107.089.89 


34,116.81 
31. 779.27 


15.37 


92,939.36 


859.784.09 


8358,879.44 



•RED Figure. 

at Includes 1 15, 000.00 Legal Fees — Suit also includes 150,000,00 
Transfer to Charity Hospital Opr. Acet. 

bjlneludes 812,500.00 Transfer to Charity Hospital Opr. Acct. 



c) Includes % 5,000,00 Transfer to Charity Hospital Opr. Acct. 

d) Includes t 2,600,00 Transfer to Charity Hospital Opr, Accts. 

Total $85,000.00 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

TRUST FUNDS 
INCOME, COMMITMENTS & UNENCUMBERED BALANCES 

June 30, 1958 



TRUST FUND 



Bank 
Balance 



RESTRICTED AS TO USE 

McBurney Fund, Aleifna S $ 38,386.79 

Lapey re-Mi] tenberrcr Fund 20. 187. 42 



Bonds 



1124,694.15 



I8.H4.I1 



UNRESTRICTED AS TO USE 

Dibert Endowment Fund .... lfiS.34S.4Z 

Henderson Fund. Stephen 10,068.85 

Wisuer Donation. Edward 48,725.35 

Thilborger Legacy. lmii« B I1.T76.44 



236.916.06 



124.594.15 

64.723.68 
16.239.46 
22,20S.SS 
42,391.42 

165.S81.3S 



8295.440.27 1290,175.54 



Ham tc.id 
Stock 



S 17,976.09 
9. 609.86 

27,485.35 
11I.S65.84 

IMS! .a 

138,286.65 
8155.772.20 



ToUl 



8189,906. 93 
29.69C.78 



210.603.71 



362.485.44 
26,328.31 
97,851.69 
54.166.86 

540,784.30 

1751,388.01 



Unpaid 

Commitments 



STATEMENT OF COMMITMENTS 
IcBURNEY FUND 

A-IO Standard Ventalung Units — Dibert Building — National Cylinder Co 



8 801.82 




801.32 


334.525.51 
4,263.55 






.138,789.06 


8889,690.38 


8 801.32 



DIBERT FUND 

A-15 Van de Graf Machine Housing ,250,000.00 

A-16 Renovation and Equipment — Basement— Sisters Home 24,437.50 

A-17 Renovation — White and Colored Tuberculosis Buildiifr 9,188.01 

A-1H Furnishing and Installation Aluminum Doors — Dibert Building 900.00 

A-19 Overexpenditure — State Building Authority — Radiology Department 50.000.00 

HENDERSON FUND 

A-2 Stand-by Turbo Generator — Automatic 
A Zeiss otoscope and Attachments 



5 4.200.00 
63.55 



TOTAL COMMITTED 



Unen- 
cumbered 
Balance 



J180.105.61 
29,696.78 



209,802.39 


27.909.93 
22.064.76 
97,853.69 
54.16S.S6 


201.995.24 


Mn.TDT.GS 



t 801.32 



334.526.51 



4,263.55 
(339.595.3S 



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TRUST FUNDS — BOND INVESTMENTS 

June 30, 1958 



Schedule VI 



INVESTMENTS 
Book Value 



TRUST FUNDS 
APPLEGATE, Mrs. Alice M. 

U. S. Treasury Bonds.,.. 

U. S. Treasury Bonds. ... 

V. S. Treasury Bonds... 



Rate el 
Interest 



CHILDREN'S BED ENDOWMENT FUND 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 214% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 2% % 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 3 % 

Calcasieu Parish, Sch. Dili. No. 22 i%% 



DIBERT ENDOWMENT 

U. S, Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds.. 

U. S. Treasury Bonds.... 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bonds... 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. 5. Treasury Bonds 

U. 3. Treasury Bonds 

U. S, Treasury Bonds .. 

U. S. Treasury Bonds....... ^„„ 

V. S. Treasury Notes 

U. S. Treasury Bunds 

V. S. Treasury Notes 

U. S. Treasury Bonds „ „. 

U. S. Treasury Bonds.. 

State of Louisiana Highway. Series A I.... 
Parish of W. Baton Rouge Dist. No. 8.... 

Iberville Par. Pub. Imp. Bonds 

Parish of Acadia. Courthouse Bonds 

Bd, of Commissioners. Port Levee Dist. 
Parish of Calcasieu, Sch. Dist, No. 30... 



2ji% 
t%% 

2>.<; 

2»4% 

2'.- 

2'iT 

.„« 

l%% 

2','; 
»%% 
3 % 
■ %« 

•* .- 
l%9 
2&% 
a % 



Date of 
Maturity 

9/1B/T2 
6/15/62 
3/l*/70 



12/15/02 
3/15/70 
2/16/96 
2/15/65-67 



12/16/62 
11/16/61 
12/15/68 
14/1 S/68 

9/15/61 

8/15/69 

6/16/62 

9/16/72 

6 ,'16/62 

3/16/70 

2/16/59 

3/16/71 

6/15/60 

2/16/95 

6/1B/83 

7/ 1/74 

7/ 1/66-69 

3/ 1/62-67 

2/ 1/71-78 
10/15/61-60 

2/ 1/71 



Par Value 

* 10,000.00 

500.00 

2,000.00 

12.500.00 



6,500.00 

1.500. 00 

10,000.00 

6,000.00 

24.ooo.oo 



223,500.00 
90.0D0.0O 

50.ooo.oo 

35.000.00 

13,000.00 

105.000.00 
60,000.00 
24,500.00 
1 0.0 0.00 
20.000.00 

110.000.00 
11,000.00 

11,000.00 

304.600.00 
201,000.00 

43.000.00 
100,000.00 

20,000.00 

4o.ooo.oo 

108,000.00 
20,000.00 



Principal 
J 10.065.66 

10,066.66 



6,500.00 

4B0.74 

9,568.41 

6.087,01 

22.636.16 



223,500.00 
90,000.00 
49.738.40 



13,065.30 
98,655.88 
60.000.00 
24,600.00 

soTtsTbs 

iio.ooo.oo 
u.ooo.oo 

8,010.00 
291,358.83 
199.583.64 

38.754.91 
100,649.44 

20,089.24 

40.195.84 
103,4 37.24 

20,117.74 



Income 

"""oOO'oO 
1.923.02 

2,423,02 

BtxM 

961.60 

•H.Rirsi' 

10, 06 0^6 6 

"3,0OS"T5 
"27906.63 



Trust 
Receipt 

1411 
1412 
1438 



1328 
1435 
2012 
1326 



1324 
1334 
1335 
1336 
1337 
1339 
1344 
1352 
1354 
1434 
1442 
1657 
1752 
2013 
2037 
1333 
1843 
1345 
1346 
1347 
1355 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

TRUST FUNDS— BOND INVESTMENTS 

June 30, 1958 



Rate of 
,..,.. Interest 

DIRERT ENDOWMENT— (Continued) 

City of N.O. Upper Pontatbe Bid*-. I!cf . ... 3 % 

La. Hwjr. Bond.. Series "1A". 2W% 

La. Hwy. Bond*. Series "HB" 214% 



GRAF LEGACY. Catherine Ames 

V. S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Notes 



HENDERSON LEGACY, Stephe 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

V. S. Treasury Bonds 









LAPEYRE-M1LTENBERGER FUND 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 214% 

U. S, Treasury Bonds 2%% 

U. 8. Treasury Bonds 2%% 

U. S. Treasury Notes SV4% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 3 % 

Calcasieu Parish. Sch. Dial .... 3!4% 

Orleans Parish School Bd. 2nd Ser S % 



DEUX LEGACY, Marie H. 

Calcasieu Parish Sch, Dist. No. 22 S%% 

Calcasieu Parish Sch. Dist. No. T> ' r : 



UATAS LEGACY, Dr. Rudolph 
U. 8. Treasury Bonds 



Date of 
Maturity 

4/ 1/89-63 
1/ 1/64-65 
1/ 1/84 



3/1S/72 
2/15/89 



12/15/68 
3/1B/70 



9/18/61 
9/15/72 
9/1B/T2 
i/15/SO 
2/1S/DB 
2/18/69-72 
12/ 1/67 



2/15/74 



Z/lf/M 



Par Value 

$64,0(10.00 

86,000.00 

4.000.00 

1.783.500.00 



12,000.00 
[0,000.00 



22.000.00 



12,000.00 
4.500.00 

le.soo.oo 

2.000.00 
25,500.00 

1.000.00 
51,000,00 

59,500.00 
7.000.00 

50.ooo.oo 

196,000.00 

2.000.00 
4,000.00 

6,000.00 



26.000.00 



INVESTMENTS 
Book Value 



Principal 

{64,000.00 

87, 083.00 

4.043.59 

1,882.916.00 



! 1,996.9 ! 
10,000.00 

31,996.91 



2.010.26 
25.546.18 

1,005.38 
51,063.76 
56,932.06 

2.228.75 
59.465.80 

208,262.18 

2,082.05 
2,607.62 

4.686.67 



24.HT7.87 



Income 



84.723.68 



11.937.36 
4.322.10 



16.269.46 



1,584.68 
UM.M 



Trust 
Receipt 

1421 
2022 
2033 



1414 
1483 



1359 
I 181 



1380 
1383 
1384 
1763 
2014 
1378 
1387 



1413 
1413 



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McHI-RNKV KIND, Alexin* S. 

O. S. TriMurj Bund. ■.» ■ 4 ■■: 

U. S. Treumy Bond*. . *H% 

U. S. Treasury Bond* 2\i% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 2%% 

U, S. Treasury Bonds 2H% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 2M% 

U. S. Treasury Notes 1%% 

La. Hwy. Bonds, Ser. "Al". ^2/5% 
Bd, of Commissioners, Ponlc. 

Levee District _ „ 2\% 



MILLIKEN MEMORIAL FUND 

U. S. Treasury Bonds. 8%% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds _... 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 2%% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds .._ 2<ji% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 3 % 

Calcasieu Parish Sch. Bist. No. 22 Z%% 

La. Bid*. Authority Bonds "AA" 2 54% 



PREST ENDOWMENT FUND 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 2%% 

U. S. Savins* Bonds Series F 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 2W% 

STAUFFEB-EASTW1CK FUND 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 2%% 

U. S, Treasury Bond* Z*% 

U. S. Treasury Bonds EM % 

U. S. Treasury Bonds... 

U. S. Treasury Notes 3W % 

U. S. Treasury Bonds..-. _ SW% 

Amer. Tel. & Tel. Co. Debertures Z%% 

City of N. Y. Corp. Stock Transit 

Unification Bonds 3 % 

Sou. Pae. Oregon Lines, 1st Mtsd. Bds... A%% 

La. Hwy. Bonds, Ser. "IA" _ 2%% 

La. Hwy. Bonds, Ser. "HH" 2V«% 



12/1676! 

6/15/62 

12/15/72 

12/16/72 

12/16/72 

3/15/70 

2/1S/59 

7/ 1/73 

10/1J S« 



12/16/62 

6/15/62 

9/15/72 

6/16/S2 

2/15/96 

2/16/68 
12/ 1/66-68 



12/15/62 

iz> i/sa 

3/15/70 



3/15/59 
12/15/72 
6/15/62 
3/15/70 
5/15/60 
(./ 15/83 
8/ 1/80 

6/ 1/80 
3/ 1/77 
1/ 1/65 
1/ 1/54 



14.000.00 

32.000.00 

500.00 

18.000.00 

3.000.00 




14.000.00 

32.000.00 
600.00 

18,186.36 
3.000.00 
9,014.99 
9,000.00 

20,202.55 

12.090.25 


1325 
1364 
1365 
1366 

US1 

1436 
1444 
1360 

1363 

1369 
K!75 
1372 
1374 
2016 
1370 
1371 

1368 
1389 
1440 

1394 
1395 
1403 
1437 
1754 
2036 
1390 

1391 
1392 
2024 
2025 




10.000.00 
9.000.00 







27.000.00 






12.000.00 




§ 






126.500.00 




124.594.15 

LOO 

2,706.76 


5 

O 






14,000,00 
3,900.00 
2,700.00 


14,000.00 

3,00 0.00 


o 


S. 000.00 


3,000.00 

3,827.36 

1,526.59 

20.345.56 

46,6*9.6] 

3,600.00 
660.00 


4,000.00 




y 


3. BOO. 00 
30,000.00 

60,200.00 


1,326,59 
10,251.32 

14,984.*! 


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2 

i 


3,500.00 
650.00 


500.00 


480.74 






4,550.00 


4,160.00 

8,035.00 
4,996.25 
1,500.00 
9,615.81 
38,04 7.50 
81,422.19 
4,800.59 

2,102.95 

5.274.29 

2G.373.26 

20,229.83 

202,397.70 


480.74 


o 
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y 
\ 


8 000 00 




5.000.00 

1. 500.00 

15,000.00 

38,000.00 






4.806.67 




B 


5,000.00 

2.000.00 

5.000.00 

26,000.00 

20,000.00 




14 





4 














207,500.00 


4,806.67 





Schedule VI — (Continued) 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
TRUST FUNDS— BOND INVESTMENTS 
June 30, 1958 



TRUST FUNDS 

SUNDRY DONATIONS— UNRESTRICTED 
Calcasiea Par. Seb- Dist. No. 22 
Ca!e»«letj Par. Seh. DUt- No. 22 



Rat* of 
latere* t 



TERTROU LEGACY. Cora 

B. S. Trfmrj Notes 

O. S. Treasury Bond* 2H% 

City of N. O. Gold Kurds, Ser. 1 • : T 

U. Gd. of Edu. & ChariUblr lnntitulions 4*4 % 



THII.BORGER LEGACY, Louise B. 

D, S. Treasury Bonds 

U. S. Treasury Bon>i; 



ft, ■ 



WISNER DONATION, Edward 

U. S. Treasury Bonds 

I". S. Treasury Bond*. 2W% 

Calcasieu Pariah Sch. Hist. No. 22 8V4% 

Louisiana Hwy. Load*. "AT* 2 2/5% 



GRAND TOTALS 



5UMHARY: 



Date of 
Maturity 

2/1S/TS 
2 15/7* 



Hit 

6 15/67 
1/ 1/62-63 
8/ 1/8* 



12/18/88 
11/15/81 



11/15/68 
3/15/70 
2/15/78 
It 1/71-72 



Applerate, Mr*. Alice M. 

Children's Bed Endowment Fund.. 

Dibert Endowment Fund 

Graf Legacy. Catherine A«-oe< 

HcsdVrtoa Lexs-r, Stephen 
Upfn-MilUnbtTfT V 



Par Value 



t. finn.no 
1,008.80 



-.onn.on 



5, 000.00 

2.000.00 

8,000.00 

10.000.00 

25,000 00 



5,000.00 
38,000.00 



43, ooo.oo 



10.000.00 

1,300.00 

l.ooo.oo 

10,000.00 

£2.500.00 

82.5*1,850.00 

% 12.500.00 

24.0OD.O0 

1,-83,500.00 

22.t1fi0.00 

leJOO.OO 

1*8.000 00 



INVESTMENTS 
Book Value 



Principal 



1.038.94 
1,038.9-1 


2,077.88 


2,900.00 

1.978.29 

5.087.93 

10.969.22 


1«, 'ISO. 44 





— — 












S2.242-.6S9.28 



S 10,065.68 

22.636.16 

J.6H2.91-.50 

21,996,91 



2. 100.00 



2,100.00 



4,974.86 
87,*17.06 

42,391.42 



9. 948.24 
1,442.24 

1,038.94 
9,777.41 

22.206.38 

$317,406.70 



t 2,423.02 

teuo 

84.728.68 



I5.2JS.4- 



Trust 
Receipt 

1415 
1419 



1448 
1788 
1416 
1417 



1331 
2088 



1410 
1441 

1408 
1409 



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M»U. I^ k ».:>. Dr. Rudolph 



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nnatrictcd... 
Tertrou Legacy, Cora 
ThilborgT Lejtaey. Loniie B 
Wlinn Donation. Edward.. 

GRAND TOTALS ., 



t. 000. 00 
l«. 000.00 

CO. 200. no 

<.»e.oo 

2OT.S0O.00 
2.000.00 

t»,o*e.o4 

43.000.00 
22.SOO.O0 



4. •(•.«? 

24.877.47 

•■0.00 

-7.88 
18.S30.44 



I2.S71.860.00 12.243. 689. 28 



M.l« 

I4.SS4.67 
4.808.67 

i,iot"iJo 

42.3S1.42 

2i.soa.aa 
I :: 414.70 



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TRUST FUNDS — STATEMENT OF HOMESTEAD INVESTMENTS 

June 30, 1958 



Schedule VII 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 



Location 



Rate o( 

Interest 



DIBERT ENDOWMENT FUND 

Algiers Homestead Alio Algiers 

American General Savings ft Loan ..... New Orleans - 

Beauregard Savings A Loan Assn ..... De Ridder 

Calcasieu Savings & Loan Assn Lake Charles 

Capital Bide. * Loan Aasn - Baton Rouge 

Central Savings Sc Loan Aasn New Orleans . 

Citizens Bldg. & Loan Assn Bogalusa 



BKtt 
I" 

tug 



Citizens Savings 4 Loan Aian Baton Rouge 8W% 



Columbia Homestead Assn - New Orleans . 

Community Homestead Aasn - Hnurr^; 

Citizens Homestead Assn.., .„ New Orleans . 

Continental Bldg, si Loan Assn,.....-,.....-...- New Orleans 

Dryades Bldg. & Loan Assn.. - New Orleans 



Hi 3 

4% 



Dixie Homestead Assn New Orleans S%% 



Equitable Mutual Homestead Assn New Orleans 

Fidelity Homestead Assn. New Orleans 

First Homestead Assn.. Now Orleans ,.., 

French Market Homestead Assn New Orleans -. 

Globe Homestead Assn... - New Orleans 

Guaranty Savings & Homestead Aasn, New Orleans 

Hibernia Homestead Assn. New Orleans 

Homeseekers Bldg. A Loan Assn...- New Orleans 

Home Bid?. & Loan Assn, New Orleans 

Hammond Bids;, & Loan Assn Hammond 

Iberia Buldlng Assn „. „. New Iberia 

Ideal Savings £ Homestead Assn . New Orleans 

Investors Homestead Assn New Orleans 

Jefferson Homestead Assn Gretna 

Livingston Savings At Loan Aasn Denbam Springs.. 



Minden Bldg. & Loan Assn.. 
Monroe Bldg. A. Loan Assn.. 

Pelican Homestead Assn 

Rapides Bldg. & Loan Assn... 



Minden 

Monroe 

New Orleans . 

Alexandria 



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Hi* 

4-: 
*« 
■t ■-; 
■HS 
4% 
4% 
*% 

3 ( j % 

3Vi% 

i* 

3 K '■:. 
4% 
f, 
4« 



Ruston Bldg. & Loan Assn Ruston 814% 



Security Bldg. A Loan Attn.. 
State Saving! i, Loan Aim. 
Slidelt SaWnfi * Howei lead Aim.. 



New Orleans 
Ntw Orients , 
Slidell 



4% 
4% 
4% 



Principal 



t.000.00 

8.000.00 
B.OOO.OO 
B.OOO.OO 
8, 000.00 
S. 000.00 
8,000.00 
B.OOO.OO 
8,000.00 
8.000.00 
3,000.00 
8. 000. 00 
8,000,00 
8,000.00 
B.OOO.OO 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 

8.000.00 

B.OOO.OO 

8,000.00 

g.eoo.oo 

0,000.00 
8,000.00 



8.000.00 

8.000.00 



8,000.00 

g,fl0«.<8 

(.000.00 



INC 


O M E 








Invested 




to 8/30/57 


to 6/30/50 


Total 




080.46 


t 326.98 


( 966.44 




630.50 


327.00 


966.50 


o 


639. SO 


306.04 


944.54 


n 


660.73 


305.76 


»e«.4i 


■> 


060.76 


305.78 


966.64 


50 


680.50 


32T.00 


966.50 


639.40 


327.00 


960.49 


H 


630.44 


305.03 


944.47 


►4 


630.60 


327.00 


966.50 




1,270.22 


374.50 


1,644.72 


14 


639.45 


826.08 


966.43 


O 


630.49 


327.00 


966.49 


til 


630.49 


327.00 


088.49 


*v 


096.02 


303.50 


900.42 


- 


680.45 


326.98 


966.43 


t> 


639.48 


326.98 


966.46 


V 


616.36 


326.08 


941.43 


636.SS 


348.90 


985.43 


\ 


€39.51 


327.00 


966.51 


1-1 


039.50 


327.00 


966.50 




639.41 


326,92 


966.33 


-4 


639.48 


826.98 


966.46 




618.18 


326,17 


944.35 


tt 


8,836.40 


348.63 


9,183.08 




9.904.25 


400.14 


10,304.39 




B.OS0.48 


326.98 


8,966.46 




623.18 


886.38 


94B.S6 




618.10 


326.19 


944.38 




8,789.35 


855.08 


9.144.43 




8,682.50 


311.84 


8,944.84 




9,203.02 


375.44 


9,668.46 




8.639.50 


327.00 


8,066.50 




0,936.73 


37.84 


8.974.67 




8,639.45 


305.02 


8.944.4T 




615.31 


328.09 


941.47 




61S.06" 


328.10 


942.16 




490.04 


2*2.11 


722.16 





Ml n 



r..\FF.YKF..MIl. . Nl) 

Firat Federal Savings * Loan Ann M.mn..- 

McllURNEY FUND 

Commonwealth Savings Aa»n New Orleans 

St. TimiMiir Savtngi A«»ri. Coi ington 



MILL1KEN MEMORIAL FUND 

Slidell Savings A Homestead Assn.. 



SlldeU 



STAUFFER-EASTWICK FUND 

Carrollton Homestead A»n New Orleans 

Monro* Bldg. * Loan Assn Monroe 

Peoples Homestead & Savings Assn Monroe 



TERTROU LEGACY 

Greater New Orleans Homestead Asm New Orleans 

WISNER DONATION. EDWARD 

Fifth District Homestead Society Algiers 

Jackson Homestead Assn.. N'ew Orleans. 

Oak Homestead Assn. New Orleans .. 



TOTAL — Homestead Investments — Optional Shares.. 






4% 

4% 



1% 



1 I 



1% 
1% 
4% 



...dun, iin 



26.000. 00 


8.000.00 









1260.000.00 



v.ioa.ss 


B,e»0.TI 

8,838.4 S 


17,299.18 


412. IS 



2.087,33 



ei».U 



25.91K.47 
I1S5.02T.48 



IC7.M 



■ l».gS 
MA.0I 



676-81 



M.SB 



««j 


8,600.00 


770.20 


::r>> .m; 


4% 


8.500.00 


S07.0B 


387.87 


4% 


B. (100.00 


710.05 


392.29 



327.00 



I."fl3.04 
t 15,505.91 



9,474.91 



9.010. 61 

>.l<<:s.:;h 



lT.;i7S.L'0 



SS0.81 



i,i2i,oe 

974,93 
1,102.34 

8.198. 33 



966.50 



g.m.44 


827.00 


8.968.49 


s.>5:;lMH 


349.03 


8,988.61 


g.ett.so 


327.01 


K, 966. 51 



26.921.61 
$170,583.39 



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102 CHARITV HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



Schedule VN-A 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
STATEMENT OF STOCK OWNERSHIP, 
TRUST FUND INVESTMENTS 
June 30, 1958 

TRUST FUND ACCOUNT: Principal income 

i>ii:;:i:t K.vhowmknt fixh 

National American Batik of Wu Orleans | 12.750.00 9 

DitK-rt Oamri-urt A KossCo.. Ltd »8,000.( 

Homestead Stock — Optional Shares 221,000.00 111.:: 

"71.-. 1 II.::. 

LAPEYRE-MtLTENBEROElK POND 

140.00 :u 45 

Homestead Stock— Optional Shares 9.4 ; 

1 -1(1.00 9. So 

u.\i:v rUND, ai.kxina S. 
Homestead Stock — Optional Shares 17,9? 

MlI.I.IKi:.\ MEMORIAL FUND 

Hoi.- stock— Optional Shares 5,000.00 63. > 

3TAUFPER-EA8TW1CK FUND 

ndard OU i"o. of Xew Jersey 5,207.50 

M-iiiestead Stock— Optional Shares .....'. 2«! 000.00 S.l'fi 

31,207.50 3 Il>8.3j 

THRTROU LEGACY, CORA 

Hon... si, .ad Stock— Oin- 8,000.00 066 

WKJI, I I £ CLARICE 

Union Hi a Assn.— Paid Up Stock s.ooo.oo 

Hlbernla Homestead Assn.— Paid Up Stock 5,000.00 

i anty Homestead S so. — 

Paid Up Stock 5,000.00 

l-'lr.-i l|i>ii»-st.-...i . \ksn.— I'iii.i i-p Hioek 600.00 ' 

1B,S". 

WTSNER DONATION, EDWARD 

I Inmost, ail Stock— Optional Shares 

Total Stock [nveatments, June 30, 1958 (331,897.60 7^84 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 103 

Schedule VIII 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT 

NEW ORLEANS 

STATEMENT OF BOND LIQUIDATION FUND 

June 30, 1958 

Cash — National American Bank, 

8/80/57 $ 3225,845.00 $ 

INVESTMENTS IN SECURITIES 
0.00 If. S. Treasury Hills 

due 9/19/57 210.1S3.16 

Balance in Fund 6/30/57 S436.028.26 



Cash Balance 7/1/57 $226,8*6.05 

Receipts: 

Proceeds $212,000.00 U. S. Trciisury 

Bill* -111,183.16 

tntsrwl earned on Investments.... 6,326.28 

hup from La. State Franchise 
Tnx 800.000.00 1,015.608.44 

Total — Cash Balance 

Receipts 1.24 1.353.53 

Disbursements: 

Retirement of Bonds: 

l!i3U Issue, Paid 10/15/67 $176,000.00 

1938 bane, Paid 8/1/57 174,000.00 350,000.00 

Accrued Interest on Bonds: 

lie, Paid 10/16/57 37,345.00 

ls*tie, Paid 8/1/57 48»8i 

1686 Issue, Paid 4/15/58 84,266.00 

tie, Paid s/1/88 45,333.75 

Transferred to Charity Hospital 

ltln« I'u in f 281,040.54 

[one Paid, Hiiiiilllnu Bond 

Coupon S7.^4 

Purchase -if $445,ooo.oo u. s. 

Trtarary Bins 443.776.25 1,240.531.03 

June 80, 1958... . . 
Add— Investment In U. S. 

Treasury Bills 4 13.776.26 

Balance — Accountable 441.,."*, 

Deduct: 

Reserve for Retirement of Bonds: 

i-, due 10/16/68 184.000.00 

1988 Issue, ilud 8/1/68 181,000.00 365.000.00 

Reserve for Accrued Interest on 
Bonds: 

1B36 Ihnu.>, due 10/16/58 34.265.00 

1988 Issue, due 8/1/68 45,333.75 79,598.76 444,688.78 

Unencumbered Balance 
June 30, 1958 $ o.OO 



IM CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1'JM 



ANNUAL REPORT 
PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 19S8 

At the close of the year the Department was operating with ten 
employees. 

There were 18,534 Purchase Orders. Purchase Order Changes and pur 
chase Order Cancellations written during the twelve month period. 

All contracts and orders were awarded to the lowest responsible bill, 
on a competitive basis. The services of various testing laboratories w 
utilized to assure compliance with certain specifications. 

Seven annual contracts for goods amounted to approximately $309,10 
and five annual contracts for services amounted to $60,566.24. In adtlli | 
there were thirty bids held and orders written for commodities pun 
on a monthly and a quarterly basis. Twenty-three bids were also h 
for non-routine goods and services such as furnishing and Installing vari. 
X-ray equipment, floodlighting of parking area, furnishing laundry .-.,, 
ment, furnishing library shelving, expansion joints, steam Kettles 
the like. 

Surplus commodities received from the Food Distribution Section 
thi.- State Department of Education were as follows: 

Rice, 100-lb. sacks 45,000 lbs. 

Dried powdered milk. 100-lb. bags 10,00" 

Dried powdered milk. 242-lb. drums 46 drums 

Butter. 6S-lb. average D65 cat 

Butter, 32/1-lb, prints, 100 cas 

Cheddar cheese, bulk 8,S90 Hw. 

Cheese, processed, 30-lb. cartons 200 etna. 

Hardwhent flour. 50-lb, sacks 200 sacks 

Cornnieal, 50-lb. sacks 

The market value of these commodities was $24,618.48, a reduci 
Of $19, 107.00 below the value of those received the previous year. Price* w 
estimated upon prevailing market prices at the time of receipt of the 
commodity. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/b/GEORGE A. SANDERSON, JR. 
OCga A. Sanderson, Jr. 
ng Agent 

gas, ay 



REPORT OB' PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 105 



ANNUAL REPORT 
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1957— June 30, 1958 

>l number of active employees as of June 30, 1958: 3,182 

result of a revision in the Civil Service Pay Plan, salary adjustments 

wore made for 2.996 employees at the start of the fiscal year. In addition, 

were effected in tin charges made for maintenance furnished 

employees to more realistically reflect the costs of these service* u> the 

"itnl. 

lii ;il audit of all positions In the Hospital was made by repre- 

of the Depar nl of State Civil Service. Two hundred Blxty- 

" vc ' tfon Changes were tentatively recommended. These findings 

distributed to the department heads for review and work la pro- 

Eng toward resolving differences between this agency and civil soi 

In addition, three (3) regular audits of our personnel records have shown 

them to he In agreement with those maintained by the Department of 

CivU Sei 

In November, three (3) members of the Board of Trustees of the 

'■""i Lte Employees' Retirement System were elected by ballots 

ut ,-il and processed through this office. A campaign to interest em- 

i tin- purchase of United States Savings Bonds through the pay- 

■tion plan netted nine hundred eighty-seven (987) new subscribers 

during thi- month of April. 

lonnel policies were instituted In January. Among these are 

Itation check-list to aid supervisors when interviewing new em- 

•nl an Inquiry Into the status vi serving their wm-king- 

in'rtods. TIiIh Inquiry is designed to weed out sab-standard employees. 

Service, ratings made this year produced two (2) outstanding, two 
thousand eight hundred four (2,804) satisfactory and eighteen (18) s»1>- 

d -nl employee ratings. Sub-standard employees, if not separated from 
their positions, will be re-rated after June 30, 1968. 

All positions vacant on March 1, (958, wire frozen as an economy 

lire and employments into other positions were closely scrutinized 

In an effort in reduce costs, The work of employees serving under pro- 

il or probation*] appointments was carefully evaluated and those 

who were not doing satisfactory work were removed from their positions. 

Throughout the year. In order to increase- the efficiency of tills de- 
partment, records have been checked and revised and those which are no 
longer of any value have been destroyed. l n all things we hive enjoyed 
cooperation of the Board of Administrators, th" Director, the 
Charity, the department heads, the staff and the Department 
tats Civil Service. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/•/ CHARLES C. STURTEVANT, 

Charles C. Sturtevant 
Personnel Director 



ANNUAL REPORT — AMBULANCE SERVICE 

NEW ORLEANS COSMOPOLITAN AREA 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 



Date Amb. No. I 

1957 Calls Mites 

July... - 129 160 

Auaust * "■"' 

September- - 

October — S3 814 

November BS 522 

December 20 108 

1958 

January 

February — _„ 

Mirth ... 184 WJJ 

A P ril \\ it? 

May SO 281 

June B l * 

Totals 620 3,8*5 



Date 
1957 

July 

August 

September — 
October 

November 

December 

1958 

January 

February 

Mann 

April 
Jfiy 



Atnb. 

Calls 

44 
1 

27 
45 
44 

60 

es 

63 
42 
30 
18 



No. 2 
Miles 

378 
19 
215 
314 
318 
578 

539 

500 
254 

274 
260 



441 3,639 



Amb. 
Calls 
66 
122 
357 
271 

no 

296 

105 
238 
136 

;us 

324 

306 

2.706 



No. 3 
Miles 
490 
1,014 
2,283 
1,713 
1.117 
1,930 

740 
1.666 

880 

2.036 

8,289 

2.077 

13,124 



Amb. 
Calls 
2T4 
392 
175 
191 
274 
191 

204 
130 
68 
236 
103 
160 
2.492 



No. 4 

Miles 
1,862 

2,758 
l.l'Tl 
1.341 
1.774 
1.302 

1.281 

911 

373 

1,660 

1,222 

1.097 

16.682 



Amb, 
Calls 

278 
181 
189 

261 

393 

16 e 

170 
193 
186 
223 
2,612 



No. 5 
Miles 
2.274 
1.676 
1,315 
1,147 

1,649 

2,515 
1.043 
1,136 
1,229 
1.236 
1.615 
16,931 



Amb. No. 6 
Calls Miles 



STATEWIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 



148 
34 5 
291 
817 
347 
366 

243 
313 
300 
191 

258 

161 

3,387 



334 
2,081 
2.052 
2.022 
2.040 
2,218 

1,403 
1.886 
1,769 
1.862 
1.460 
1.129 
20.766 



Amb 

Calls 
396 
881 
53 
124 
295 
242 

380 
164 
339 
278 
90 



No. 7 
Miles 

2.365 
1,984 

373 
848 

1.K10 

1.605 

2,433 
1,021 
2.073 
1,884 
699 



2,698 17.034 



Amb. 
Call* 


No. 8 
Miles 


Totals 

Calls Miles 


Amb. 
Calls 


No. S-l 
Miles 


Amb. 
Calls 


No. S-z 

Mi ta 


Amb. No. S-3 
Calls Milea 


Total 


211 


1,284 
389 


1,888 

1.551 


10,237 
10,015 


6 
15 


1.219 
3.076 


26 
88 


1,841 

1,148 


29 
84 


3.733 
4,213 


61 
74 


238 

■ E I 


1,488 

2,162 


1,82 6 

1,523 


8.797 

-..-■in 


10 
22 


1,895 
3.316 


20 
18 


2,4 22 
2,246 


21 
21 


3.024 


i-l 




1.667 


1.469 


9,861 


11 


1.756 


15 


3,645 


21 


2,536 




178 


920 


1,614 


10.310 


29 


4.277 


22 


8,881 


18 


2,092 




361 


2,169 


1.T67 


11,080 


20 




30 


2.331 


28 


1,843 


68 


347 


8,1 11 


1.431 


9.04S 


21 


1,406 


21 


1,766 


21 


1,676 


63 


336 




1,569 




7 


1,322 


28 


4,W 


24 


3,981 


59 


SS 


W 




9..H6I 


20 


3,081 




3.U2 




M» 


72 


fl 


M 




7,915 


21 












«5 




1.218 














II 


1.878 


30 








114.402 






28* 




184 




720 



Mites 

9.295 
8,434 
8,090 
8,585 
7.937 
9,050 

T.065 

4.737 

10,181 

9,836 



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REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION 107 



ANNUAL REPORT 

of the 

SISTERS' DIVISIONS 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

Since detail-.] reports are being submitted by the various departments 
comprising tbe Bisters' Divisions, the animal report for the Hi 
July 1. 1057, to June SO, 1968, will be brief. The departments under the 

ters have been faced with many and varied prob 
during thi> past year, but we have continued our efforts to adhere to. and 
when-., t possible, to Improve, our standards of performance. 

to the Xuriilng Service Department, the screening program 

limited the patient census In the hospital during the latter part 

,n " "" has eased much of the burden placed on nursing service 

In the management of patient nursing care, particularly during 

the sun, ,n. i months, when the normal vacation period strains an inadequate 

lal nurse stuff almost to the breaking point. Increasing basic 

other hospitals, however, which we are not able to meet, are 

i taking toll, and It has become progressively difficult to maintain our 

start or to attract any large numbers of new pursing personnel. This 

<■ continues In Its efforts to place nursing personnel in the most 

nnd to adequately train non -professional personnel for 

fullest utilization of sort 

The School of Nursing maintains Its national accreditation, although 

• lirricultles still exist in regard to Stable and uunll- 

While the primary aim of the School of Nursing Is 

I ii dents, the nursing care provided patients by student 

islderable and its Importance can not he minimised. 

The Dietary Department has oontlnued In Its efforts to Improve meal 

problems. The quality of meals served Is con- 

■ly high, although continuing increases in the cost of ueseccary equip- 

and food items have harassed tment during most 

of tl 

keeping Department, which has the ri Mty Tor , 

vidtng n clean and attractive environ patient areas and in I 

for i") innel, bas maintained its high standards during the year. 
This department continues its efforts to provide an adequate linen supply 
h ispltal and to keep ward equipment in good rep 

17. nifpS. «e were honored by a visit from 

'.ris. France, Superior of the Daughters of Charity of Bt 

•i de Paul throughout the world, A public meeting and reception to 

which a]] hospital personnel were invited was held In front or tin* main 

luilding. We are grateful for the many courtesies extended by the 

Administrative Staff of the hospital to Mother I., plcard during her visit. 

Near th t the fiscal year, the director of the Bisters' Divisions 

ted by the hospital administrative staff to form a sub- committee 
to prepare preliminary plans for maximum utilization of hospital fai til 
and provision of patient Bare during any major disaster. This committee 
wa« appointed wllli representatives from key departments, and progress 
tonui r planning Is going forward. When preliminary studies 

•'•■initiated, recommendations win be forwarded to the administrative oi 
. lew prior to a joint meeting with medical personnel. 



108 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-I95S 



The program of renovation and repair in the Sisters' Living Qu: 
is ongoing, and the replacement of worn and out-moded equipment in th<- 
kitchen anil Uumclry has done much to facilitate the operation of th, 
denee and to improve its comfort and convenience. 

We wish to again express our appreciation to the Board of Admin 
strators and to the Administrative Staff of the hospital for the splemli 
cooperation which we have received in all of our endeavors during th- 
year. We pledge our beat efforts to merit the confidence which has be*n 

placed in us. 

Respectfully submitted. 

/s/SISTER MARGARET 
Sister Margaret, Director 

■ Sisters' Division* 



REPORT OP SISTERS* DIVISION 100 

ANNUAL REPORT 

NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

Director of Sisters* Divisions 

Sister Margaret, R.N., B.S„ F.A.C.H.A. 

Director of Nursing Service 
Hisier Laurence, R.N., B.S. 

tant Director of Nursing Service 

Willie ii. Mask. r,n., b.s. 

InstnuT. 

Petronn Datgle, R.N. 
Janice Qulnn, R.N, 

Professional Nurse Staff 

I rvlwory 

Daughters of Charity 14 

Lay Sui 3 

Assistant Supervisors 60 

<>1 Nurses 114 

nets] Duty Nurses 

Full-time 121 

Pari -time 12 

Non 'ml Nursing Staff 

Practical Nurses 273 

lea 8 

rfUl II and HI f.TT 

Ktod I 92 

■ tr:»l Service W.irkers 118 

Custodial Workers 20 

il Personnel 8fi 

nan. -oils Personnel 3i 

The above figures Include personnel giving services \>> hospitalised 
"nil . nta, ami «- 1 ii. <n nf {in Nursing Service 

Tii.' \urs!nfi Service Department made some progress during I 

trd the attainment .if its main objective, a stablllsted and well- 
ing staff to give better nursing service to the patients of 
Charity Hospital The availability of prepared nurses, parUculnrlj 

i .) iii, iif r. .. ■' In the beginning salarli -. for ibis group of empl' 
d the department to maintain Its nursing staff at a slightly higher 
during the winter months Chan has be.en possible In recent years. The 
osnal downward trend In the number of professional nurses on the 

• in April, and ban continued to the present. Hie " u "' |,r " 

■ill nurse staff has been offset by an increase in the number M 



110 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 

practical nurses. The figures below illustrate this modification of the 
nursing staff over the past (our yearn. 

Professional Practical 

Nurses Nurses 
June 30, 19S5 361 

June 30, 1956 336 238 

June 30. 1967 323 269 

June 30, 1058 310 278 

The number of professional nurses seeking permanent employmen 
steadily diminishing, especially for the evening and night hours of duty. 

To ensure the best possible care for the patients, every effort is b< 
made to better utilize the services of the professional nurse. Many i»r 

are directed toward the nursing care of the critically ill ■ 
and management of the practical nurse and nurse aide. The effect i . . 
of this plan Is dependent to a great extent upon the Individual nurse, her 
educational background, and experience, it has demonstrated cleari . 
need fur strengthening the Nursing Service staff education programs. 
accomplish this a series of meetings wre planned and conducted for p 
Cession*] nurses, practical nurses, and nurse aides, with emphash 
utilization of nursing service personnel. Aware of the need foi 
supervision at the head nurse and supervisory levels, a one i 
the application of the art 61 -ion was presented at Charity 1! •• • 

for this group of employees. The Nursing Service Department combl 
its i e of the Louisiana League for Nursing to make | 

nrthwhlle program possible. The services of Miss Bvelyn ! 
Kli : Consultant, Department of Hospital Nursing of the X;iti. 

League for Nursing were secured to direct and conduct the i .r 

■linn was attended by 180 bead nurses and ors from the <"h.: 

mg staff and the benefits derived are evident In the Impro 
is in this area of nursing service. Interest and participation ban i. 
lUlated in tbe orientation plan for newly employed nur 
rooms on nursing units rearranged to facilitate the performance of nurs 
inventoi e Of medicine and supply cabinets an>i 

urea Instituted for the maintenance of drugs and supp] 
and attitudes de\ viilch promote planning for better nursing ,. 

of patients. 

bout dafly nursing service coverage l>y profi 
nurses la still ntfflng the nursing units. This raspoi 

emphasis In planning time and duly assignment 
tii. Una thai there are not enough professional nurses available 

in and night duty. 

•II,, Committee for the revision of nurslni 

hai " "us year, Two procedures have been written, 

revised, and ohanges made la the record forms for patients' • 

nitl ii information was kepi current through the revision and dlstrlbui 

which relate to the nursing care of the patient, 

s lee office staff participated in orientation pn 
flll . physical therapy studenl 

i , T , i . lineal Insliu I he School of Nursing, and stu.. 

tetloal ion ■ inanity responsibility Tor health education and K,T V 

through repn-si utaiioii in the New Orleans Hospital « 

d Cross Nurse (enrollment Committee, the Council of s oola j 
d the Volunteer Advisory Committee of the Hospital Voluat 
Ben 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 



In-Kervice education remains an essential function in the orientation 
and Job preparation of employed practical nurses and nurse aides. Through 
programs conducted this past year, 20 practical nurses and 76 nurse aides 
completed classes for developing the necessary skills and desired attitudes. 
to carry out Job assignments and experience job satisfaction. 

The Nursing Service Department had three classes of student practical 

nurses for clinical experience 1 from the Booker T. Washington High School. 

Two classes completed the 32 -weeks' program and 38 students were gradu- 

The third class which was admitted on March 13, 1968, has IS students 

enrolled. The L. E. Raboutn Vocational School sent 11 student practical 

nurse* to the department for six weeks of clinical experience on the pedl- 

The Jefferson Parish Trade School which offered * 244-hoar 

course for licensed practical nurses also used the facilities of 

Cbartty Hospital for this program. The class was completed In January. 

und nine students received diplomas. 

The Premature Infant Center personnel continued to offer a program 
ut orientation and observation in the care of premature infants. The classes 
in Improved rare for the Premature Infant were attended by five graduate 
. four practical nurses, and one nurse aide. In add! 
Tiods for the orientation to the care of premature infants 
provided fer S3 Public- Health Nurse* and Trainees, one graduate "rofea- 
Nlunai nurse, 21 practical nurse students, 250 profession a I nurse students, 
from the Tulane University School of Social Work, anil 12 vol- 
estlng to observe that the ire Center, 

which has facilities for 120 babies, had a record low census of 28 during 
Ii, 1958. 

TL inel Health Citato, located in C602 reported 4,627 patient 

itj :i,. - a year In addition, immunisation programs tor typhow 

and aslan Influenra were conducted, with a total of 
ma given. 

In setting goals for tne coming year, more eft nursing 

at in the practice of nursing at all I 
be considered. Sheer numbers Lb not tn< 
a end. the seeking 
,,, ,„ inspiration Will be Included In the on- 

tfuraing Service Department 

Respectfully submitted. 

/B/SISTKK l.Al'lil \<l' 
Sister Laurenre, R \ .. Director 
Nursing B partment 



112 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1968 

ANNUAL REPORT 

of the 

CHARITY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL AM) FACILITIES 

The turn-over among instructional personnel continues to be a mi 
problem. During the current fiscal year there have been ten reslgnal 
and five of these positions are unfilled. All instructors doing actual tea. 
have their basic degrees and five have a Masters degree. One is returning 
from a year's leave ..f absence where she earned a Masters degree. 

Tim educational building will be ready for use in September. This; 
provide two laboratories (Science and Fundamentals of Nursing). t\v 
lecture rooms, a practice ward, and seven offices. These replace clasm 
and office space now used on sixth floor of hospital. 

Equipment added include a tape recorder that was purchased an. 
skeleton anil a torso model that was donated by Nursing Sen 

STUDENT WELFARE 

Reslrii nct>. 'I'll' tutnl number of residents la 397. Of these 342 are mh 
dent nurses, - : '' (,,! I 91 Affiliates: 47 anesthesia students, aim I 

stuff. The I r has been reduced by converting the large ma 

three, bedrooms Into two bedrooms: it Is now 4no. 

The Interior of the building was painted and looks unite attrac; 
The flooring In ■ large number of rooms Is In need of replacement. 

UDrKllT.MKXT AXU FINANCIAL AID 

Recruitment was done primarily by mail, visits were nun 
local i members of the faculty and students; upon invitation. 

: one school <> ■• was held for the high schools of Orleans 

es; 119 hi 1 students attended. 1,014 Inqu 

lona processed, lL'fi accepted, 8!) rejected, 
imiiiiii. i if this number, 84 wei tana. 

inted loans in* $130.00 each to seven student 

Students were granted scholarship* by various organizations. Fourteen I 

ng from Jloium were made from the Kellogg Loan Fund 

(dents la the eel I, Students worked on a pay basis during th< .: 

Vacation and their days off. working a total of 2,814 days. 

ST 1T1STIC8 

St II. 1 

Charity Hospital 

Affiliating 

Schools affiliated with Charity 
Bchoola located in the State s 

Sel Is located out . .' Sl:ili- 1 ,t 

i tourae completed 

Students graduated fir. 

Affiliating students 362 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION 113 

C.H. 
Admissions and Withdrawals Affiliates 

Admissions 105 *7fl 

Withdrawals 33 15 

Personnel; 
Nursing Education Unit 

Teaching & Administration 31 (6 vacant) 

Clerical 10 (2 vacant! 

Student Nurses Living Quarter* 

Residence Supervisor 1 

Hostesses 8 (2 vacant) 

Clerks 5 

Elevator Operators 8 

Switchboard Operators 2 

Guard 1 

Resignations 

Teaching Personnel 1 n 

Clerical 7 

AFFILIATIONS 

The school maintains affiliations with 16 schools, 3 from Louisiana, 
from Alabama, one from Arkansas, two from Florida, four from 
-slppi. and one from Texas. One affiliation, Hotel Dieu of New Orleans, 
was discontinued. 

Th- daily average of 1 01 affiliates. Of these the majority 

In Pediatrics with a range 64 to 70 students. 

STATi: BOARM OF NCIISK KXAMINERS ANNUAL REPORT 

The Educational Supervisor of the State Board of Nurse Examiners 
ne 'lay visitation of the school on August 14. 1957. She had a con- 
■ with the instructional personnel and visited the pediatric and 
trie divisions. 

Th" report is on «le in the office of the Director of the Hospital. The 
salons drawn were as follows: 

"The educational program la progressing with some difficulty 
I ause i.r a shortage of teaching personnel. Constructive plan- 
ning Is however, going forward. Limited supervision of students 
w h. .1 to the evening and night periods is a problem 

thai needs to be solved. The next steps In the forward progi 

Hi.- srhool Is making will undoubtedly be worked out by 
the faculty group," 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 
\\. ;•• I lie i merest an which we have been accorded 

by the Hospital Administration and the Board of Administrators. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ SISTER PAULINE 

Sister Pauline, R.N. 

Director 

School of Nursing 

srp: vt 



1U CHARITY HOSPITAL— 19S7-19S8 



ANNUAL REPORT 

DIETARY DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

Eleven Dietetic Interns completed their training during the fiscal year 
ana were granted membership in the American Dietetic Association, making 
a total of 157 since the establishment of the Internship in 194*. 

During the past year, a total of 26,296 patients were Been and Instru. 
on special diets In Nutrition Clinic. Of these, new reduction diets totaled 
LIST and reduction revisits totaled 5,010. The number of diabetics instructed 
individually was 1,862. Many of these returned for reviews and additional 
advice on their diet. Besides, the individual diabetic instructions, 548 | 
tlerits. relatives, and attendants attended diabetic class, where supplement 
«t ruction Is given weekly. Various other special diet Instructions (wl 
included the following diets and variations: Bland. Restricted Sodium, Low 
l-.it Ww Residue, High Protein. Low Purine, Low Protein, Low Chol«s- 
'■'•->l. < .dostmy. Low Calcium, Soft. High Residue, Low Phosphorus, High 
Caloric, Tube Feeding, Allergy, and Dry) totaled t.001. 

Obstetric Clinic referred 10,608 pregnant women for diets: 

MM were instructed on Normal Diets 
T4J van instructed on Toxemia Diets 
IV were instructed on Reduction Diets 

Total broken appointments for revisits on Reduction and Various 
• I Dicta were 3,736. 

Thirteen Enteral routed through Nutrition Clinic. Each wa , 

Kne& for a period of E weeks, one week of which was spent with a c 
Public Health Nunc visiting patients and attending Well Bady Clinics. The 
fifth week «FM started this past September and has proven beneficial *fl 
•t tie Intern, the Nurse, and Patients seen. 

Srv.nty-une Student Nurses rotated through Nutrition Clinic, Bach W a» 
period at one week. 

During tfa !,,, :i Clinic Dietitian spent the morlng of each I 

at Tulane Medical School Diabetic Clinic, instructing patients and uc-tinc 
as dietary consultant to the Medical School Stuff and Students. 

Home chaoses have been made in the food service on various floors. 
which have pi '.■fielnl. 

Nourlahn now delivered to the patients at bedside. This j 

" llt ' H ■ Blow i M.i eliminates waste, due to the individual utteni 

a Uu patient. 

Iced tea is now served at the noon meal. 

Diabetto bedtime feed! being placed In paper buss and put tn 

tor, wliii 1, insures better control. 

Ice baa i n Instituted <>n the 3rd Floor, whu-h 

Is most satii ' k (elective menu has been offered to the po 

wbic h lias eliminated much wa 



REPORT OP SISTEBS' DIVISION 



115 



Tray service on the 4th Floor has been divided Into two separate 
operations tor the white and colored wards. This system has resulted in a 
more efficient, faster, meal service, which allows more time for other 
routine pantry duties, and enables the Dietitian to visit patients during meai 
service. 

A procedure guide has been written for each floor to follow, in order 
to Insure uniformity of operation. 

Tray racks have been painted for all floors. 

There have been no changes in procedures In the Formula Room, or in 

■' tii ill:..-. 

A CBM (Concentrated breast milk) high caloric formula study was done 
on premature infants by the Premature Center, This study was carried on 
raj weeks and was discontinued in March. The Formula Room Mas 
responsible for the preparation of this formula. 

No new equipment was purchased for the Formula Room this past 
tad only minor repairs were needed on present equipment. 

In August. IBS" a Dietitian wns employed to supervise the food serv- 

D the Student Nu esidenca and Outside Buildings. She has 

Luted a Food Cost Accounting System in the Nurses' Kitchen, and 

monthly report to the Department Director. She has also set up 

•il. in control system, anil the "se of standardized rertpes, resulting 

.iste and left-overs This project in not yet fully completed. 

A now potato peeler was Installed in September, and four dish- 
machine racks were replaced. 

The entire Kitchen area was painted with the exception of the Store- 
room, but no other major repairs were needed. 

The White and Colored TB Building was closed in September 1307. 
White patienta were removed to the Dibert Building, and colored patients 
i., t! d TB Building. The pantry equipment was distributed else- 

where as needed. 

X,-w window screens and shades were placed in Colored TB Building 
Housekeeping Department. 

A Portion Coatrol System was developed in the Main Kitchen ii. 
pt to minimi* improve the food service **»*"•£* 

This syst-m ha* improved the food service to some ^ extent, £\£*™£ * 
much work to for further improvement At ■ '<, 

tt Dietitians and Dietetic Interna are working toward !'] Tr'ice 
tern to suit the needs of the Hospitals food service. 

Oy the department b*a *"»«**»* **!!**ZLJ2F?J» «** 
during ti„- breakfast meal rhia method ha \"LTto t h« V 
as improving the appearance of the trays served to the pa, 

The bouse menus were revised recently, a new setof ro -WJJ 

designed. These have facilitated f o0 d ordering, ft* 

ed 
w equipment: Seven (7) stainless steel steam **^£££ <*> ubw 
,»,„ Kitchen, as -11 as. a Hobs* . 4U*™*** nmoh» ^ 

dl.-ss st,,-l refrigerator for cold food items to ,,„„.„ 

tor.' and Faculty Dining Room during mem periods, a " 



116 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-I95S 

for the Butcher Shop: and a hot food cart for the 6th Floor Pantry after 
reconstructions are finished. 

The entire Main Kitchen area was painted including all Dining- Room* 
and Department Offices. All office files were mounted on rollers. 

The Colored Employees' Dining Room was eliminated and is beir.c 
used now for the Colored Visitors Food Service. Colored employees us* 
the General Dining Room which was previously used for white employees- 
The White Nurses 1 Dining Room Is also used for white employees at the 
present time. 

The room previously used for the Colored Visitors Food Service yn* 
painted and prepared to be used as a storeroom for paper and supplies 
Repairs were also made in the dally storeroom in the kitchen and i; 
used for groceries, staples, etc. New screens were put on all windows In 
the kitchen. New cabinets were Installed in the vegetable room. 

A large cabinet was made by the Maintenance Department tor tn« 
Educational Director's Office for mimeograph forms, books, etc. 

The floor in the olevator used for the transportation of garbage from 
the pantries to Main Kitchen was changed. Both the food elevator and 
the garbage elevator were painted. 

A daily report Is being made on all garbage returned grom the floors. 
dining rooms and main kitchen. The total census is taken and divided I 
the number of palis of garbage, and the percentage obtained of garbag-e 
pound per 100. This Is done for 3 meals daily. 

Comparative figures of meals served are listed below: 

1956-1957 1957-1968 

Personnel 1,327.227 113. 

patient Meals 2,484.219 2,194.313 

Total Meals , 3,811,446 2,308. tin 

Special Diets Served , 396,484 45F>. 

Infant Formulae Prepared , 103,361 100.620 

MEAL COSTS: 

Food 11,017,416.47 

Wa pM , 484,342.57 

Other Expenses 68,203.18 

Formula Room Food 13,611.18 

Total gl.583.473.40 

Donations $ 20,136.62 

l:i:cnMMENDATIONS 
\V.' again ask that a survey be made of the garbage disposal problem 
confronting the Dietary Department, with a view towards devising a i, 
efficient method of handling this problem. 

Garbage disposal units should be Installed in each floor pantry. 

A study should be made of the floor pantries with a view to remodeinn* 
tli*-T[t Tor greater efficiency and service. 

A survey should be mail.- of a new type of tray racks for the pati, 
food service. 

A cafeteria counter should be Installed on the 3rd Floor to inipruv* 
the service to the patients on this floor. 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 117 

APPRECIATION 

We are grateful for the assistance and cooperation rendered us by our 
Director and hla assistants, the Board of Administrators, the Sisters, the 
Medical Staff, Nursing Department, the Engineering and Maintenance De- 
partments, and all other Departments, especially those who assisted us In 
our teaching program for our Dietetic Interns, 

Respectfully submitted, 

1st SISTER THERESA. 
Sister Theresa, Director 
Dietary Department 



118 CilAIUTV HOSPITAL — 19E7-196S 

ANNUAL REPORT 

HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

The turnover of personnel, Including Linen and Sewing Section. i 
105. Of this number there were 66 resignations, one retirement, 35 ivn- 
and three transfers to other departments. 

Pour additional position* were added to Housekeeping; payroll by the 
transfer of throe Custodial Workers II from Premature Center, on,i 
Custodial Worker II from Physical Therapy Section. 

Mattress renovation was limited lo a total number of 86: 59 adult 
mattresses. 1 crib, :ind 25 bassinet. 

Germicidal disinfection to walls, ceilings, cabinets, floors and furn- 
ishing was ■ion,- in nil the laboratories of the Pathology Department, ■\Vhite 
and Colored Numerics on 10th floor also received complete germicidal dls- 
! ion, 

With tin- use of the new and Improved floor cleaning detergem 
do noi require rinsing, the frequency of floor cleaning In ftll patient 
units has been increased from once every third week to three times 
month. 

* Bhang ,,!<> j n the pest control service effective August 16, I 

Two t'l-st I'miinil Worker position* were established on the Hou ■ 
payroll (or the work of extermination. The services of the a & m. 
Control Company were retained for training the men nnd to assist h» ■ 
Supervisory and consultation capacity for particular problems encounti 
bees an excellenl arrangement, and the first successful pr t , : 
of axt< rmlnat Ion Hie hospital lots experienced. 

Contract services for window cleaning were satisfactorily p 
nal Window cleaning company. 

in the Salvage i'lvision, 12,071.57 worth of salvage material was sold 
tiers, 

The following linen repl were made: 

■ 

tor adult beds 

8,-13 Shi uvenlle beds and rollers 

1,193 < 'i iti shi 

I PlllOW eases 

I Bath towels 

7.9M llnek tOWSbl 

96 Kitchen towels 

; i Surgical towels 
lotba 
8,6ni; Patient gowna 

■ 

irge pads 
Bassinet pads 
I s,.-.4>! in. 

1,842 Baby wraps 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 119 



649 Hamper bags 

182 Trash bags 

1,502 Aprons 

798 Doctors operating gowns 

716 Doctors operating shirts 

5S9 Doctors operating trousera 

781 Norma first gowns 

616 Nursea 2nd gowns 

179 Nurse Aid gowns 

287 White smocks 

Oreen smocks 

7,41 G Sterile wraps 

346 Curtaina 

632 New Pillows 

1,683 New blankets 

267 Mattress covers 

lii Crib covers 

71 Dining room tablecloths 

We gratefully acknowledge the interest and support which hao been 

extended to the Housekeeping Department by the Board of Directors, Doc- 

J. ECerae, and the Administrative Staff at all times during the past 

yemr. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ SISTER CLARISSE 

Sister Clarlsse 

Director of Housekeeping 



J 20 CHARITY HOSPITAL— mr.v 



The fiscal year ending July 1958 has shown a definite Increase In th« 
request for certain plastic Items that are now available already sterile 
In cellophane packages. There has been a marked Increase each month for 
more sterile dressings, towels, and sheets than In any given period. The si , 
llzers have been taxed to the maximum capacity during each 24 hour per 

There has been good cooperation between the Maintenance Department 
which are responsible for the Upkeep of the department sterllzers and equip- 
ment. 

The good working relationship with Pharmacy, Purchasing, Persoj 
Laundry, and Housekeeping have helped us over the crucial period. 

The following new equipment has been requisitioned, received ana put 
Into service: 

Gomco K.N.T. Suction Machines No. 930 6 

Hed Hails 20 

i i i oscopes ..-.......,..., ... 1 4 4 

.stainless Steel U finals. ......'.'.'...'.'. 144 

Dermol Punch Sets 4 

Vim Silverman Kidney Biopsy Needles 

Cof-Flator ! 

Dotco Respirator an,! Deep Breather 1 

Ufonoghan Ventalung (General Ward Use) .' 

Monnghan Ventalung (Dlbert Bldg.) 1 

Dry Plate Font Printing Process Set (9th Floor Pediatrics) 1 

HOl Plates (Medical and Surgical Use) 43 

Top-Off Openers for Infusion Bottles 288 

Trays for Patient Tablets 

PI 'He fill Counting- Trays.tOne has been placed in each narcotic 

box) 100 

The following equipment was added to the Orthopedic Traction . ,,. 

nn nt : 

Bonier Btelnroan Pin Holders. Large 1L! 

Holder Stoinmao Pta Holders, Medium LU 

and Straps for Beds 3s 

Slimmer Weight M.,, , 3G 

Pelvic Traotic Medium 

Pelvic Ti aetii.n r„ Us, Small L> 

There has been a systematic check of centrifuges in the Wnrd Lnbora- 

• n made to meet the need for regent; 
solutions, and other equipment. 

Proctoscopic ('llnlc equipment was kept in repairs ami I j Ce8 

hiate Nurse or Nurse Aides were provided for Emergency Ward ; , 
tall] miiry Pate 

The following Dumber of cases were scheduled by regular clinic appol 

• is: 

Clinic Ward 

Tulane Surgery 1,682 703 

Independent Surgery 830 Mu 

L.8.C. Mediein. ., 110 13S 

TUllUM Medicine 2S0 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISION 121 

Tin Gastroscoptc Room was serviced with Graduate Nurses anil Nurses 
Aides to assist the Doctors. The attendance of the Visiting Doctor Staff and 
Resident Staff has been excellent. The following number of cases were seen: 

Tulane Medicine 1ST 

kS.TJ. Medicine 133 

L.S.U. Surgery.. 18 

The Surgical prep Team completed R,4"7 Surgical preps during this period. 

Thermometers are sterllzed and prepared in the following Central Serv- 
3rd. 4th, 5th, 7th, Sth, and 11th, using Wcscodyne Solution %% as the 
< hemicul agent. 

There Is need for a definite planning for better facilities to clean and 
I Hinder gloves. There are many articles written about contamination from 
the powdering of Unsterlle gloves. Dr. ("ail Weathers reci 

'i lent that Contamination has been carried Into the Operating Rooms through 
the air condition system. I know definitely there is a constant fallout of 
powder In the Central Service and in tin A uluelave Room. A glove condition- 
ing j'uiiiii is The (inly solution in prevent the possiiiiiit? nf contaminating sets 

and equipment already sterilized. By planning a safer routine nf raring for 
I the facilities could lie used by Emergency Room. 10th Floor. :ind 
Operating Rooms on a very cooperative base. 

It has been Impossible to complete the work assigned to Central Service 
In any given period; except during the months of May, June, and July- The 
request for tin- transportation of patients to the various areas in the Hospital 
and Medical Schools has increased to such a point that many times the proper 
and handling of used supplies is impossible. Every effort has been made 
Dlatc the time schedule so that the department may make the best use 
of the employee. 

In the month nf February the 11th Floor Central Service was opened: to 
thin rn« ana a Graduate Nurse I was assigned. In April there was the i 

i of a Graduate Nurse I. The department Is now short these two pnsi- 
vvhieh are badly needed as relief on the Floor Central Ben ■ 

I hope that in the ne:ir future it will be possible to consider the personnel 

of Central Service bo that we may be able to < request for mir 

ad also prevent the use of shortcuts that may bo employed In the 

and carins for used material and equipment when employee? ire 

- • ii for time and ito nut have proper supervision. 

Lutm-nce 
Slater Margret 



ANNUAL REPORT— OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 



July I, 1957 to June 30, 1958 



N«w Patients 

In Clinics 

Whit* A Colored 



Old Patient* 

In Clinics 

White A Colored 



CLINIC SERVICES 

General Surgery ..... 

Neuro Surgery „ 

Pcdialrfe Surjrery - - 

Plastic Surgery ., 

P roc to Sunrery —■ 

Thoracic Surgery -— - — 

Tumor .......... 

Vascular Disease ..... - ... 

Fracture* 

Orthopedics 

Casts Applied 

Cuts Removed 

Obstetrics - 

Post- Part um - 

Gynecology ............ 

Special Gynecology (Began 8/19/57).. 

Infertility 

Endocrine - - .--■.- 

Hale Urology 

Female Urology - - 

Cystoscopy 

Special Therapy --—■ 

Ear, Nose and Throat 

Eye 

Glaucoma - 

Eye Refractions — 

Fundut-Opbth 

Neurology - 

Epilepsy 

A. Rehabilitation 



... 921 
A 

1 

a 
I 

2 
3 
8 

»0 

.... 719 





.... 218 

2 

,... 425 

1 



1 

... 2*4 

76 





.... 396 

.... 319 



20 

™ 1 

.... 144 



10 

Psychiatry 1*1 

Child Psychiatry (Began 4/14/58) 2 

SI J 

Allergy * 

Arthritis 

Cardiac Z 



1.9*7 




I 

1 

3 

12 

«5 

1,210 





1,289 



1.331 





1 

724 

73 

1 

1 

356 

411 



1 



177 

2 



Be 



605 





2 



1.364 
46 
36 
77 
10 
46 
94 
80 
117 

1.435 


o 

012 

58 

1,163 





44 

692 

221 

44 

14 

sSh 

,0« 

3 

162 

17 

563 

122 

18 

469 



2,702 

141 

31 

63 



1.587 

82 

232 

113 

42 

10S 

86 

201 

140 

MM 

o 



12.S28 

875 



58 
147 

2,070 

274 

50 

293 

949 

1,501 

211 

280 

14 

1,045 

188 

3 

517 



11.328 

429 

54 

23 



Patient 

Revisits 

To Clinics 

White * Colored 



12,678 

546 

302 

086 
1.401 

539 
1,073 
1,368 

667 
8.473 

G70 
1,317 
4.768 

649 
6,663 

230 


366 
3.051 
2,139 

891 

198 

6.484 

6,652 

17 

■l.-ii-z 

8 IK 
1,991 

ni 

108 

3,822 

29 

16,125 

3.27* 

470 

283 



»»,920 

757 
1,237 

7«7 
2.608 

18, 
1.028 
2,381 
1,4 7s 
16,098 
1.383 

2.679 

:: 7.-JS^ 

6.463 

22.836 

493 

612 

1.695 

7,543 

8,225 

1,039 

4,126 

1 0,77a 

10,255 

1,209 

3,203 

280 

3.711 

1,117 

21 

5,205 

6 

39,533 

6.083 

798 

375 



Total 

New 4 Old 

Patients 

In Clinics 

White A Colored 



2,285 

50 

36 

86 

17 

48 

97 

38 

207 

2.214 





818 

oo 

1,593 

1 



45 

BS« 

297 

44 

14 

1.281 

1,222 

3 

ISi 

24 

707 

122 

28 

660 

2 

3,272 

143 

S« 



6.534 

82 

233 

119 

13 

109 

89 

213 

205 



o 

13.817 

876 

10.964 

6 

58 

148 

2.794 

347 

El 

294 

1,305 

1,072 

211 

281 

14 

1.222 

188 

I 

58] 



12.233 

429 

£4 

2E 



Total 

Patient Visits 

To Clinics 

White A Colored 



14,96.1 

696 

338 

772 

1,418 

687 

1,170 

1.4S1 

874 

10,687 

670 

1.317 

5,596 

609 

8,250 

231 



910 

3,887 

2.436 

935 

212 

7,746 

0,874 

20 

2.454 

342 

2.696 

838 

136 

4.482 

31 

19,397 

3.417 

(01 

338 



40,454 
839 

1.470 
820 

2,651 
908 

1,117 

^ . r. 4 4 

1.683 

15I.7H7 

1.333 

2,079 

51.106 

7,328 

33.799 

499 

670 

1,843 

10.337 

3,572 

1,090 

4.420 

12,084 

12,227 

1.420 

3,484 

294 

4,933 

1,306 

24 

5.789 

6 

51,706 

6,512 

847 

W 



2 

«! 

a 
o 

m 

2 

| 

r 

I 



Cardiac Rental A VaarnUr 
I 

tlerTnntolojty 

h, j-mo- Planing 

Dia. Knot tic- Ancs then ia 

Diafi-nostio-Medarin'- 

Hematology 

HyportcnBton 

Metabolic ., 

MycoloEy 

Frocto-Medicine 

Tropical Diseases m 

Tuberculosis .... 

Fedlatric-Cardiae 

Pediatrics & Immuntiation 

Pediatries- Metabolic 

Pediatrics-Neurology 

Pediatrics-Tuberculin .. 

Premature 

Enfant Feeding & Immunization.. 

Dental (Loyola) „ 

Oral Surgery 

Pasteur 






ft 


CI 



1 



5 

7G6 

2 



10 

i 

19 
367 

74 
16R 





407 






2 
ft 
H 
it 
z 
1.696 



I J 





t 

43 

226 

465 

64 

99 





:• 

61 
4 



10 

8 

273 

2 

S 

9 

6fift 

66 

111 6 

14 

23 

31 

4 



641 

113 

60 





24 
1,821 

3 3 
6 


2T 

47 
1,149 

67 
2 

u 

323 
92 
2,572 
26 
56 
97 

l«g 

58 

2,145 

172 

112 



628 

675 

194 

554 

544 

120 

2,700 

113 

97 

120 

5.800 

67 

4,631 

10S 

12s 

174 

19 

71 

1,308 

419 



8TB 
956 

12.1;. I 

472 

33 

1,202 

1,107 

1.011 

7,1(7 

2.:;?!) 

142 

102 

5,155 

£3 

14,963 

■12!, 
326 
663 
949 
565 
8.814 
3,273 
777 




I 

1.1)94 

5'.l 

4 

173 

10 

5 

273 

2 

4 

9 

707 

71 

1,382 

16 

23 

41 

B 

25 

998 

1-7 

228 





24 

2.118 

6 

301 

27 

47 

1,149 

99 

2 

32 

047 

94 

4. 168 

25 

56 

1(16 

:i;,2 

281 

E.r.r.n 

226 

211 



.13 7 

T.TS4 

731 

I !<s 

727 
554 
125 

115 
101 
129 
6.597 
138 

122 

161 

215 

26 

96 

4.304! 

2,211 

1547 



879 

tit 

14,312 

506 

98 

1,603 

1.134 

LOSS 

6,256 

2,488 

144 

134 

8,141 

152 

19,131 

250 

382 

768 

1,301 

386 

11,414 

3.499 

988 



TOTALS 8.418 11,990 16.878 60,112 120,201 296,246 22.288 72,102 142.497 368.348 

Number of Clinic Working Day. for 1857-1858 250 

Daily Average Patient Visit* to White Clinics 670 

Daily Average Patient Visits to Colored Clinics 1,473 



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ANNUAL REPORT — OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

(Cont'd) 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

Patlenta referred to hosp, for operations from Otolaryngology Clinics 
Patients referred to hosp. for operations from Ophthalmology Clinics 

Minor Operations in Surgery Clinics 

Mantoux Tests made in Pediatrics* & Immunization Clinics 

Dental Clinics: 

Abscesses g4( 

Alveolectomya ...'..'..'.'..... 1 

Consultations 

Extractions ....'...........'..,,......... I • 

Penicillin Injections 7.AI" 

Pyorrhea Treatments .,..'..'.'.'.'..'.'.'....... 2AI '. 

X-Rays Taken ',.'...'..'.'..'."..'...,... 

Jaws Wired. ■..........','...... .'...'.'.......■■■■ 

Wires Removed ..", ',,,'. \\\ \\ \\ \\\\\'.''.\\\\ '. '.'.',".'.'.'., , 

Tuhercular Clinics: 

I In >nehoscopic Examinations 

Laryngoscopie Examinations 

Pneumothorax Treatments 

Pneumoperitoneum Treatments 1.674 

YEARLY COMPARISON OF TOTAL PATIENT VISITS IN 
WHITE AND COLORED OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 

Tnt:il Visits In While and Colored Clinics for 19G6-1957 B! 

Total Visits In Whit., and Colored Clinics for 1957-195S 

Decrc-uKo j - --, . 

Total Visits In White and Colored Out-Patlent Department for ~ 
19G7-1DGS 61 

Tolal White and Color Out-Patlent Visits in Radiology Department 

for 1967-196S. 60.653 

Totnl White and Colored Out-Patlent Visits In Physical Therapy I 

: intent for 1957-1958... 1 

riliAXli TOTA1 2S^H 



NEW CASES TREATED IN OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
Fiscal Year 1957—1958 



July 

September 


White 

Male 

273 
291 
245 
237 


Colored 
Male 

514 

479 
400 
426 
409 
336 
486 
400 
451 
429 
507 
490 

5,326 


White 
Female 

312 
293 
236 
314 
210 
202 
279 
245 
298 
294 
268 
288 

3,239 


Colored 
Female 

725 
624 
497 
563 
621 
3S0 
563 
444 
567 
680 
599 
611 

6,664 


Total 
Male 

787 
770 
645 
663 
623 
533 
762 
673 
762 
752 
797 
748 

B.50S 


Total 
Female 

1,037 
917 
733 
877 
731 
ESS 
842 
689 
855 
874 
867 
899 

9,903 


Total 

White 

585 
564 
481 
551 
424 
390 
555 
518 
609 
617 
558 
646 

6,418 


Total 
Colored 

1,239 

1,103 

897 

989 




21* 


930 


December 

January 

February 


188 
276 
273 
311 


715 

1,049 
844 

1,008 




323 


1,009 




290 
258 


1,106 
1,101 




3,179 




TOTALS ....... 


11,990 



Grand 
Total 

1,824 
1,687 
1,378 
1,540 
1,354 
1.105 
1,604 
1,362 
1.617 
1,626 
1,664 
1,647 



18,40) 





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3 
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ANNUAL REPORT 



Total Interview! From 

July 1957 Thru June 30. 1956 

Penicillin treatments (Adult ft Ped. Col. J 

Treatments given 

Patients admitted to Hospital 

Patients referred to Out-Patient Der 
Patients referred home, private hospitals 

or ineligible for C. H, treatment 

Referred home 

Desert fons ,,, „. „,,., J 

Referred to other hospitals, private doctors, 

compensation cases or ineligible for 

C. H. treatment 

Deaths 

X-rays 

Patients dead on arrival, (rone on arrival 

or did not eome to the Hospital 

Patients returned in A.M 18 



1,219 



1,984 




3,303 
16 





ADMITTING 


ROOMS 




EMERGENCY 
ROOMS 


OBSERVATION 
ROOMS 


Adult 


Patients 


Pediatric 


Patients 








White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


White 


Colored 


White Colored 


50.920 


156.439 

go i 

24,650 
55.489 


(MM 


97,701 
80.610 

7,914 

i ,; Tils 


33,044 


97,782 


1,302 2.096 


11.194 


19,042 
I.Z09 

1 1-1 r"i 


36,824 
1,800 

6.850 


IKS, 563 

2,779 

18,429 




11.462 




17,666 




21.597 


56.164 


18,998 


66.996 


22,639 
161 








75,617 
89 




119 


97 


41 


65 






89 

5.174 






1,786 

8 

18.331 


817 

21 

82.141 




46 


659 


28 
B.7TJ 




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Total Interviews From July 1, 19S7 Thru June 30, 1958 1956-1957 19S7-19SS 

White ft Colored Admitting Rooms „ 412.131 894,068 

White ft Colored Emergency Rooms 139.625 130,796 

White ft Colored Observation Rooms 8.851 3,898 

Total colored adult and Ped. penicillin treatment* from 7:00 
to 3:00 p.m., for the fiscal year, beginning July 1, X967 

and ending June 1958 80,610 

(This count is Included in the above.) 



Increase 



47 



Decrease 



18,909 

8,729 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION 127 

ANNUAL REPORT 

OPERATING ROOMS 

July, 1957 — June, 1958 

Operations Cases 

Delg-ado Operating: Rooms e - z5T 207 

Mil.a Operating Rooma B ' 0rr 4g 

I'lmllorrhaphles (see note on breakdown sheet).,... 81 

Plaster Rooma i- 763 

Cystoscopy Rooms * 9< M" 

Bronchoscopy and E. N. T. Rooma 1>3S8 l,6W 

Eye Rooms "« 82 

Burn Dressing Room 16 - 

TOTALS 1*.063 8.486 

GRAND TOTAL 2B.6M 

OBSTETRICAL DIVISION— 10TH FLOOR 

Cesarean Sections ■ 58T 

Operations 1T1 



GRAND TOTAL. 



7 LiS 



July 


Main BuiWinf 

2.002 

2.054 

1.S01 

Z.021 

1,915 

.... 1.576 

1,960 


Breaux 


Buildint 

t 
8 
1 
4 
5 
4 
5 
5 




Dibert Buildint; 

1 1 









11 






8 






7 








5 


December , 







2 

. ~. 2 




1.770 

. 2.155 

2.154 

1.758 

1,862 

22,528 




5 






2 




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April 





6 
1 




3 


May 




!■ 






4 


TOTALS 




87 




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ANNUAL REPORT 

OPERATING ROOMS 

July, 1957 Through June, 1958 

Contagion Building Polio Center X 

O 

2 m 

I - 

3 

5 

8 



s 



8 ... 



3 1 

1 

4 

2 



SO 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION' 



129 



ANNUAL REPORT OPERATING ROOMS 
July, 1957 Through June, 1958 



DELCADO OPERATING ROOMS 

. , Operations 

{ ul » 662 

JUKUlt 526 

September 

October 

November 

December 

January 

February 

March 

April „ 

«« 

June ..... .. 



497 

826 
4S4 
534 
496 
567 
580 
4S8 
415 



TOTALS 6.267 

BRONCHOSCOPY AND E.N.T. 

JaijF .. 103 

Auirust 1(8 

September 96 

125 

116 

December 108 

January IBS 

February 110 

March 169 

^l"-" J5S 

"»* BI 

June gB 



TOTALS , 1,888 

PLASTER ROOMS 

July 

....... 

1 • ' ....... 



.... ....... 

January 

February 

March 

""» 

, 



TOTALS 



MILES OPERATING ROOMS 

July .. 4K4 

Auruat 526 

--ieplrmber 489 

462 

bar 401 

•r 324 

January 452 

February 421 

March 487 

April 470 

May 334 

June 228 



Cases 

20 

4S 

2B 

16 

8 

S 

7 

6 

15 

14 

LI 

18 



TOTALS 6,027 



207 

ROOMS 

112 
127 

tot 

124 
216 
81 
122 
109 
187 
147 
126 

ist 

1,606 



101 
131 
143 
15 S 
120 
lit 
142 
132 
162 

teg 

156 
142 

1,763 



2 
2 
7 

e 

4 
2 
4 
1 
4 
4 

3 

48 



EVE ROOMS 



July 

Auffuat ---- 

September 

October — 

November 

December 

January .... 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June .. 



Operations 

so 
ioo 

7S 



76 
64 
46 
68 
M 
91 
78 
49 
46 



TOTALS. 



CYSTOSCOPY ROOMS 

July 

Aucuat ----. 

September 

October 

November — 

December 

January ... . 

Fi'binary 

March . 

April 

May 

June 



818 



M 

Gl 

61 
48 

as 

28 
44 
81 
61 
40 
45 
33 



TOTALS 



I ill 



BURN DRESSING ROOM 

July 

AuRimt 

ember 

October 

November 

December ..... 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June .. 



TOTAL 

PHALLORRHAPHIES 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 



19 
5 

11 
22 
14 
10 



TOTAL 



81* 



Cases 
9 
7 
7 
13 
5 
10 
6 
6 
5 
6 
4 
6 



S2 



372 
306 
:;:;.; 
us.; 
Mt 

tte 

411 
184 

460 
470 
426 
ttl 



M»1 



o 



7 
16 
23 
27 
23 
27 
29 

a 

i 

162 



•NOTE: Tbia special count dropped elec- 
tive January, 19S8. Now counted in with 
other surgical procedures a* operation". 



130 



CHARITV HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 



OBSTETRICAL OPERATIONS — 10TH FLOOR 



July 


Cae&mrHn 
Section! 

_ B4 






52 












89 


December 





61 

4S 
47 






47 
39 






29 


May „. 


• 


32 

as 



TOTALS 



669 



Opera tin 

12 
12 
It 

17 
IS 

18 
14 
22 

11 
S 
9 

IS 

171 



Tatal 

64 
64 

82 
7* 
7* 
64 

61 
69 
SO 
37 
41 
61 

788 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISION' 



111 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CONTAGIOUS UNIT 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 



Cases 



Discharged 



Deserted 



Deaths 



Diseases Admitted White 

Actinoms'. 8 

Anthrax o 

Blastomycosis 7 

CocctdlomycoHis o 

Chicken Pox 77 i;i 

Diphtheria 24 2 

Encephalitis 47 16 

!>elas 2 3 

iplasmoaia 6 s 

Hansen's DlseMfl 2 

IiiijmUIko 24 4 

Inf. Hepatitis 27 1 

inf. Diarrhea 586 :■: 

Lues I o 

83 37 

Kenlnffltle 465 127 

Hum 19 7 

Ivm. 44 10 

66 6 

Pott- 6 4 

.str.'ii. 8 T. G 3 

Scarlet Fever 7 3 

Para Typhoid 21 in 

Typhoid Fover 24 1.1 

Typhus K- 1 

• tius :i l 

TBC 107 2U 
d <>f 

itagious 

I'l- [-Jus 476 

TOTAL 2984 B61 



Col. 

4 

2 


3 

lli 

D 

1 

2 

24 

]fi 

417 



43 

142 

11 

32 

27 

3 

9 

6 

20 

8 

1 

9 

79 



irns 



1917 



White Col. White 








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1 

1 



1 



1 







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II 







111 



D 


II 









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E 


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3 

(I 





II 


ii 



I 
1 









1 
1 
1 


1 
1 





4 


IS 


1 





II 






I 



10 

:I7 



Col. 



II 



1 
1 

2 


1 
fi 

1 

36 

2 

35 


I 




II 







18 

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/s/ SISTER .MAKHARET MARY, 
Sister Marguret Mary, 
Supervisor 



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ANNUAL REPORT FOR OBSTETRICS 
1957-1958 



Month 

July 1,820 

August 1,691 

September 1,575 

October 1.564 

November 1.400 

December 1,419 

January 1,448 

February „ 1.153 

March 1.196 

April 925 

May 1,016 

June 1,285 

TOTALS 16,232 



Discharges 


Deliveries 


Sections 


Still -boras 


Prtmjl 


1,631 


1,267 


E2 


29 


93 


1,754 




62 


28 


67 


1,614 


1.239 


61 


29 


52 


1,565 


1,265 


19 


24 


73 


1,479 


1.137 


61 


27 


52 


1,516 


1.209 


46 


IS 


58 


1,467 


1,181 


47 


24 


51 


3,208 


996 


47 


19 


44 


1.1E3 


iw 


67 


IS 


11 


952 


7 m 


26 


24 


35 


1,023 


780 


SZ 


22 


64 


1,277 


969 


35 
555 


12 
179 


SO 


16.629 


12,992 


|9J 



Prematures Live Births 
1.245 
1.316 
1.219 
1,246 
1.127 
1,204 
1,173 
683 

697 
766 
S3 6 



11,767 



Adult Births 

2 
2 

2 

2 



1 
1 

10 



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DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLOGY 138 



DEPARTMENT OF THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA 

ANNUAL REPORT FOR FISCAL YEARING ENDING 

June 30, «S8 

J. V. SCHLOSSER M.D. — Associate Radiologist 

New Cases 1,041 

Clinic Visits ............ . . • ■ 11,161 

ROENTGEN THERAPY 

Patient Visits 13.820 

Treatments 

RADIUM THERAPY 

White Patients Tit 

Colored Patients '.'.'.'..'.' • ■ ■ ■ ' 33 

Total 212 

Total Number of Radium Applications 3S0 

Total Number of Iiai Uptakes ■ ■ *88 

Respectfully submitted, 

/»/ MANUEL GARCIA, 
Manuel Garcia, M.D., 
Director 
Department or Thernpi 



134 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957- 1968 



ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

OR. ANTONIO MAYORAL, Director 

RAMON MOUTON, M.D.— Assistant Radiologist 

LAMAR BAIN, M.O.— Assistant Radiologist 

Total number or patients examined 1C5.I7S 

Total number of films used • • - 369.39 

Total number of fluoroscopies , 1 

HOSPITAL CASES 

White 3' 

Colored 

ACCIDENT ROOM 

White . .. ■•■ 

Colored 

CLINIC. CASES 

White 1 

Colored 

SIZES OF FILMS USED 

14 x II 

II x 14 

III x 12 , 

8 x 10 

7 x 17 

PARTS EXAMINED 

Chest 

Abdomen-Pelvo 1 1 .ITS 

Sinuses 

Mastoids , 

Upper Extremities I 

Lower Bxtremlties 1 ■ 

Oastro-Intpstlnal 

Genlto-Urinary , 

Spines i 

Skull* , , 



Rpspectfully submitted, 

/a/ ANTONIO MAYORAL, 

Antonio Mayoral, M.D. 

Department of Diagnostic Radiology 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 135 

ANNUAL REPORT 
DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

Enclosed is the Annual Report of the Department of Pathology for 
the fiscal year 1957-1958. The total number of testa performed in the Diag- 
nostic Laboratories was 1,077,677 an Increase of 69.396, The total number 
of autopsies performed reached the all-time high of 2,198 sin Increase of 
180 over the previous year. 

It seemed import:mi r< n- the monetary value of the work per- 

formed In the department. The Medicare fee schedule for Louisiana was 
applied tn the Individual tests for the year 1956-57, and it was found that 
It would have cost the staggering amount of J3.485.205. Of) If the patients 
had been required to pay the costs. I am attaching a copy of the compu- 
tation. It is expected that the 1957-68 figure would be substantially greater. 

The Virology Laboratory completed Its first full year of operation. Prac- 
tically all the capital equipment has been obtained and expenses now are 
fin- personnel and expendable Items. It Is proving useful in the diagnosis 
Of virus Infections and suspected virus diseases. 

l.'uring the year the Electrolyte laboratory was opened :mil :tn additional 

Coleman Flame Photometer was installed. Sodiums, potassiums and trans- 
aminases are performed In this unit. These determinations are an Important 
addition to the services offered by the Department. 

It was necessary to replace two pieces of equipment. One, a refrigerator 
in Bacteriology to replace one about twenty years old that could no long-er 
be repaired and was a discontinued model for which parts were not avail- 
other, an Autotechnicon for Histology to replace a worn one that 
had been in use about fifteen years and is also a discontinued model. 

Tie .en a considerable shortage or technical personnel t h r o ug h - 

Bui th- year and there are a number of unfilled vacancies, The large volume 
of work during this time has been performed only because of the : 
devotion to duly and frequent personal sacrifices by the Technologists and 
other members of the Staff. 

One member of the profef by death. Dr. Gtoorge 

Pasting, a member of the Staff since July 1. 1932, deld on May 26, 1958. 

I wish to express my deep appreciation to you for your help and co- 
operation as well as to all other individuals with whom we have had nestlings. 



With kindest personal regards. 






Sincerely, 

/s/ EMMA S. MOSS, 

Emma S. Moss, M.M.. 

1 Hrector 

Department of Pathology 



UH CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1058 

CONTENTS 

1. Personnel as of June 30, J 958. 

2. Report of School of Medical Technology. 

3. Consolidated report of the Diagnostic Laboratories of the Department 
of Pathology, 

i. Report n of Surgical Pathology. 

5. Report of Division of Pathologic Anatomy. 

6. Report of the Pasteur Institute. 

7. Report of the Morgue. 

8. Detailed report of the various laboratory divisions. 

PERSONNEL AS OF JUNE 30, 195S 
STAFF 

Emma S. Moss, M.D., F.A.S.C.P., P.C.A.P., Director, Certified American Board 
of Pathology: Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

Monroe S. Samuels, M.D., Associate Pathologist, Certified American I 
of Pathology: Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

Thomas D. Davis, M.D., Assistant I'uUiol.jgist 

Quincy Ray Johnson, M.D., Assistant Pathologist 

.Marion W. Hood, Ph.D., Microbiologist 

RESIDENT STAFF 

Kichard Nunnally, -Ml'. 

Dayton Museley, M.D. 

Oscar Riley, M.D, 

Keith Heater, M.D. 

.i;i QMS Allen, M.D. 

Alfred Lewis, M.Ii. 

Lloyd Hlgglns, M.D. 

William Mitchell, M.D. 

..Ud Dor«, 

Ui-i-alil Kimtish. M.D. 

Joseph Peeot, M.D. 

James Springer. M.D. 

Ki.ln.rt Ward. Mil. 

TECHNICAL STAFF 

Patricia Sallas, B.S., M.T. (ASCP), Chit-r Medical Technologist 

Sola Wtrauch, M.T. (ASCP) 

Marie Louise Graugnard, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Ann iteration, U.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 

Hilda Adele Spence, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Marilyn Miller. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Ann Dunn, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Settle Catchinge, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mildred Howlea, U.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Betty Maddux. B.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 

Marion Cardlnale, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Maria Kirkikls, U.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Ailleen Janney, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mary Frazier, B,S., M.T. (ASCP) 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 137 

Camille Seatterty, B.S., M.T. (ASCP> 
Gray Malcom, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Marlon Martin. B.8., .M.T. (ASCP) 
yn Alford. U.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Otto, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Mnry Fran IVrklns, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
Elizabeth O Shea. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 
•Martha Hernandez, BJS. 
ineth Colllna, B.S. 
KJrklkia, B.S. 
Victoria Fuselter, M.T. (ASCP) 
Neomi Lewis Landry, Laboratory Technical Assistant n 

mond Albert, laboratory Technical Assistant II 
Kv ' Bky, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 

•Has taken Registry Examination July, 1958. 

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Students admitted , 34 

Students completing training 25 

Students in training 31 

DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES 

1956-1957 1957-1958 

S< rology 98,601 88,253 

Patient runic Laboratories: 

Walts KS.Tci 5<i,:, 

Colored IT:-, mh i:ki,586 

Biochemistry 212,332 323 

ffiatOJNtthology 68,474 61,301 

Parasitology 27,924 27,370 

Bacteriology 

General 208,871 347,183 

Omtaglous & Mycology , 42,336 44,018 

Tuberculosis , 60,329 68,12] 

Hematology 24. Ms 

Metabolic Labs I.s:t4 

Presrnnncy Tests 1,331 1 ' 1 2 .-, 

Emergency Laboratory 28,099 83,418 

ral Diagnostic Clinic 

Virology 3,402 3,180 



GRAND TOTAL 1,008,271 1,077,667 

SURGICAL PATHOLOGY 

1956-1957 1957-1958 

Surgical specimens received and sectioned ly.^Tii 18.612 

Tolane Unit 7,184 — 38.6% 

I.S.r. tJnlt ..6,489 — 34.8% 

Independent Unit 4,939 — 26.8% 

ultatlons— frozen sections 7D3 



138 CHARITY HOSPFTAL— 1957-1958 

PATHOLOGIC ANATOMY 

Total Number of Deaths 3,207 

Coroner Cases Unavailable for Autopsy 638 

La. State Anatomical Board 37 

Bodies Available for Autopsy 2,542 

Autopsied , 1,827 — ■ ' 

Stillborn* ' 301 

Stillborn* Autopsied , 264 — - 

Dead on Arrival — Autopsied 43 

Total Number of Autopsies 2,198 

Total Number of Coroner Cases 1,429 

Coroner Cases Autopsied by Hospital 868 — >. 

PASTEUR INSTITUTE 

Total patients admitted to Pasteur Clinic 

ir treatmi'iu administered 

Patients under observation - 

MORGUE 

by .\iit<,jwy Assistants to convey deceased 

Ilea I-. Morgue S.«S« 

lliiriabi prepared: 

Botfl Ulborns) 

Organs 

Use of Morgue Amphitheatre 

Sessions Hours 

Chni. ai Pathological Conferences 106 

Tu J19 

L.8.U. ClilKMI'S , 60 

Independent Patho nig) 308 3os 

REPORT FROM BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY 
Blood: 

Buirnr 4 1 .44T 

li Add 

• I Inlne , , 

Chloride 

'■". ............... > 

Cholesterol 

Bilirubin l 

Oaloluin , , , . 

wphorui 

US P 

Albilinlii _ . 

Qlobttlla # 

Total Protein 

• ■ , 

Alkaline Pho 

Cephalln Fie 

■ ,,..! Turbidity 

\llivllisr 

Lipase 

Vitamin C .. 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 139 

Bromide 399 

Congo Red 35 

Salicylate , St 

Sulfathiazole 14 

X.I'.X 

Fibrinogen 190 

M 

Sodiums i 

tasslums I 

Transaminases 304 

eeUaneous 

Urirn: 

i 375 

ir 30 

Chloride 33 

ilinuBen , 147 

Bile 30 

■ Junes 3t 

23 

Trie A.i.l li 

, , 62 

Acid 8 

mm 

Protain 370 

{'•■rphyrln 147 

unis 23 

Potassiums 23 

;owltz 

aUst , Ill 

Spinal fluid: 

Busar 2.1711 

, I 

T- ■ in I 

Stool r 

Ml 

rnihlllnogan , , , , 

I .sin 

Slant Analysis: 

QaU , 8 

Kliln<>y 2 

Milk 268 

48 



TOTAL 



REPORT FROM HEMATOLOGY LABORATORY 

bin 1.570 

I Count 

lood Cell Count 

:1 Cell Count l,«17 

rlt 

Rate L1H 

Wet Preparations 983 



HO CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



Mean Corpuscular Volume 

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin 

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration 

Reticulocyte Count 

Platelet Count .....".','.['.".'.'.'..'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.".'. 

Prothrombin , X 

Prothrombin Consumption SB 

Fragility 

Coagulation and bleeding time 

Clot Retraction .1 ...... ..... ....... .'.I'. 

Heterophils Antibody Reaction .....,..'...'..... 

Beef Cell AbMi.rpth.u 

Oulnea Pig Absorption ...'..'.'.,'....,.....'.... 

Bone Marrow 

Bom- Marrow Smears 

Bone Marn iw Sections 

Cold Agglutinations , ..[.'.........[.......[. 

Eosinophil Count 

coombs T«8t p...!!!!!"!!!"!!!!!"!]. 

L. e. Preparations !!!"!!!!!"! 

Rumpel Leede , ....[.."..'.['.......... , . 

C-Reactlve Proteins ' , .....,.[ ......... ...... ......'.'.'.'. '. 

■ i rophoreele: 
Protein 

Hemoglobin , 

Mist-ellaneoua , j„j 

5WEA1 . 24,8: 

REPORT FROM PARASITOLOGY LABORATORY 

Bmaara (or Trophozoites : 

FlOtal i \ ;i and cysts 

i nit urea for Trophozoites , .....][. ....[........[.. 

■•I'ii'. «'\amlnationa 

.\n:ii swaba 

ria , 

op for malaria ....'.'.'..'..'.. 

tTOU I I tin stains 

tuvuli Hlood 

B"et Stain* '..'..'.'.....[..........]].'....'..'.... 

Papanicolaou Stain* ....... ,.,\ ,[,,[.. ...... ... 

Paper ''hrumatography ............. .......... . 

Miscellaneous. 

TOTAL \ T~ 

REPORT FROM GENERAL DIAGNOSTIC BACTERIOLOGY 
LABORATORY 

Cultures: 

blood 1 0.55a 

|)us 

Inal fluid 

e W 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 141 



nose and throat 2,838 

urine , . , .,.,.,., 17 627 

stools . . . . , # ,............,...,..,,...,,.,. 1 B28 

sputums z,70S 

inlcroaorophilic , 22,337 

anaerobic cultures OS 

autopsy cultures 370 

miscellaneous , 852 

Identification Tests: 

arlde i w m 

coagulase 7.422 

oxidase 6.Tp07 

Khrllch's test L687 

bile solubility 1,422 

Stains; 

Gram 39,146 

Albert's , , 20 

Serological teats sn 

' >rn;inlmiiH Isolated 35,228 

I ivll las 84J67 

TOTAL 247,1 S3 

REPORT FROM BACTERIOLOGY— CONTAGIOUS UNIT 

Cultursi: 

blOOd 2,080 

604 

•'■'1 fltiifl 1, 

•• and throat 2,445 

urtn« -i:. 

stools 2,364 

»l>u turn 133 

(nlcraaarophiUc , .i 

flltlRU.H 

ts 7,74:j 

logical typings 

Identification Tests: 

axlde , ; 

■ '•Kiffulase 1,538 

U lase , . 3,023 

Klirlich's tests 308 

solubility 

Stains: 

8,561) 

Albert's 

ated 7,103 

nsous 53 

TOTAL 44,016 



U- CHABITT HOSPITAL — 1957-195S 



REPORT FROM TUBERCULOSIS UNIT 
BACTERIOLOGY 

Smears ■'■•'. 14,960 

centratfons j4 gg^ 

Cultures '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 29!506 

Neutral Red Testa _ _ 2 373 

Sensitivities ...........'..'.,'.....,... " 23K 

Miscellaneous , 93 

TOTAL , 61.831 

REPORT FROM MYCOLOGY UNIT 

8pw imens received 1 ggg 

Testa Performed: 

Wet Preparations 665 

Cultures "' E 541 

Miscellaneous " v] 

T0TAL ~ 68,181 

REPORT FROM SEROLOGY LABORATORY 
Blood Kolmers: 

» oait ^ e - 5.189 

ne f? tIve 1.405 

anti-complementary 237 

unsatisfactory 05- 

Total 7.088 

Quantitative Kolmers: 
blood : 

positive 31 - 

aive .V..'... ............. ... 297 

Totat ~ K4 

Quantativo VDRLs: 
blood: 

positive . JM 

neKatlve '.'.'.''.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.y.'.'.'.'. im 

T " 1 '' 1 ~ 

Blood VDRL: 

'" l>mv " 8,496 

negative 4g n5 

unsatisfactory 104 

Total ~ 54,774 

Spinal Fluid Kolmers: 

positive 220 

ne » a " v f ; • '.'.'."'.'."'.'.'.'.'." 2.140 

unsatisfactory , llg 

Tota l . _ 2,478 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 143 



Spinal Fluid VDRLs: 

positive QQ 

negative 1,667 

unsatisfactory 749 

Total 2,476 

Colloidal fluid Tests 2,130 

Spinal Fluid Cell Counts "241 

Spinal Fluid Globulin 229 

Total 2. BSO 

TOTAL, 76,554 

Titers 1,452 

13 

Agglutinations: 

Typhoid "O" 2,7411 

phoid "H" 2,746 

■hold 2,746 

abortus 2,746 

lYnteus OX19 2,733 

Tularensea 142 

Total U.8S7 

I m mu no -Hematology: 

Ai'.it Typings 390 

Rh„ Hi] Typings 387 

lea 372 

An' 120 

body Titrations 62 

Transfusion n< actions 45 

■ : AND TOTAL 93,262 

REPORT FROM COLORED OUT-PATIENT CLINIC LABORATORY 

minatloos , , 6 

ires: 

hemoglobin 1S.184 

wli 'iint , 17,318 

SOU count , 1,030 

differential count LS 

sedluii'iiiritii.ti rale 

llooyts riiunt , 43o 

platelet count xt 

.-■lis 1 

h.'iiiinncrlt 15.701' 

D 8 

on time 1,622 

ng time 1,522 

iinlnatlons .... 

content! laminations 2 

ar examinations 1.727 



ilphonphthaleln determinations 

collected 293 



144 l-HAiUTV HOSPITAL — 1957-1OTS 

Kiwhhergs , 

I Clearance 

Brine Aoetonea 

Urine Bile 

Miscellaneous 

Specimens Collected 50.J*S 

TOTAL 190,S$« 

REPORT FROM WHITE OUT-PATIENT CLINIC LABORATORY 

Examinations ll,7t> 

I i'irtures: 

hemoglobin , 7.043 

red i HI count 

whlti< cell count , 6.41* 

djf r. -tvntlat count 

i is for mularlB 

'■"iunl 

I -mint >* 

i" cellH 

hi 'iiialiH-rit B.M 

e)o4 retract Ion 

ion i i mi' 

; i tt» 

1:1 examinational 

trti tents examination*- 

■ : i- examinations 

■ ill lures made . . 

nolawlphoniihthnleln determinations 

I limine n< toted 

berga . ■ • 

•■IV: 'In II I 'H 



mens Collected 1 «,M* 

TOTA L 

REPORT FROM EMERGENCY LABORATORY 

Spinal Fluid: 

smears 

cultures 

suK«r 

"get 

Blood chemistry: 

urea nitrogen :»<;>.• 

sugar 

chloride | . 

I !» i( 

Blood counts: 

ullil'- hlii.nl .'.'lis 

differentia] 

bematoortta 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 145 

("rinalysea • ■ 169 

< 'ulture* 12,026 

Amylaae 591 

Hlllrubtns 76 

Prothrombin Times *1 

Miacellaneous , 169 

TOTAL 29,416 

REPORT FROM HISTOPATHOLOGY LABORATORY 

■Hdes completed K.2f!2 

•pay slides completed 22,501 

ona ^"'-' 

Special slides— stains 1.806 

TOTAL 61,30 2 

REPORT FROM VIRUS LABORATORY 
Teats performed on Throat Swabs, GarglinBa and Aspirated Fluid: 

Inoculations 1,106 

2. Neutralization Tests 4 

5. Tissue Cultures 4*1 

Teatt Performed on Stool Specimens: 

l. Kkk Inoculations 194 

Neutralization Teats 335 

3. Tissue Cull urea 2.2CJ 

Teatt Performed on Blood Specimens: 

i. ICohm Inoculation o 

:i; Inoculation , 

3. Ti.isiif Culture , 

4. Complement Fixation Tests 607 

6. Neutralization Tests ° 

Teatt Performed on Spinal Fluid Specimens: 

1 Mnii.ii' Inoculation 1 1 :P 

1, Kkk Inoculation 45 

Tissue Culture 1*7 

MttraUaatiofl Tests 

Teats Performed on Brain and Other Tissues: 

i if otiM Inoculation !6 

EM [ii'K'ii!;i(iiin -''"' 

3. TlxKUe Culture 

4. Neutralization , 2 

irk'lutlnntlons and Hemagglutination Inhibition Testa: IM 

TOTAL 6,180 

REPORT FROM VENEREAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY 

ii in.it Ions 102 

Hcraplnus for Donovan bodies 

' ■ ■ r - 3 

Puna;u» cultures * 

Miscellaneous ■ • °° 

TOTAL Ml 



146 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



REPORT FROM BASAL METABOLIC LABORATORY 

TOTAL FOR TEAR 



l.tt* 



REPORT FOR PREGNANCY TEST 
TOTAL FOR TEAR 






DIVISION 



TESTS 
1956-1957 

Biochemistry 212.3S2 

Hematology 25,296 

Farasltology 2<j qg^ 

Bactcrioioff y 

General 208.871 

42,388 

60.S29 

98, SOI 



Contagious and Mycology 
Tuberculosis 

Serology M ,. (i 

Out-Patient Clinic 
Laboratories 

White „„ — 63.7SI 

Colored _._„,.„ 

Emergency Laboratory 

Surgical Pathology 

Venereal Diagnostic Clinic... 
Rnaai Metabolic Laboratories 
Pregnancy Testa 



179,801 

28,091 

19.767 

506 

2.994 

1,281 



TOTAL 



Number of autopsies performed 2,910 

TOTAL 



AMOUNT 



*i.07z,r, 

8 6V 
37.879.W 

125 

• 5»»> 



112 

338.4: : 

loa 

1.868-H 
23.9SI/ 

ia.g i«.n 

S3. 183.706.*'' 
*Ol.S00.N 



»».«8B.»B1 



DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY 



147 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

PATIENTS— WHITE 



PATIENTS— COLORED 



New New 

1957 Patients Ward Clinic Total Patient* Ward Clinic Total 

July , 78 782 663 1.846 64 511 621 1.1 82 

Au*mt 52 886 472 1,167 61 680 552 L.US 

K>'Ptembvr 78 778 491 1.284 67 779 499 1.27B 

October 55 983 494 1.477 66 891 608 1.499 

November 58 683 418 1,101 59 669 482 1.151 

December .... 42 569 806 984 60 6S6 448 MM 

1958 

January 64 768 430 1.183 TB 804 606 1,310 

February 53 677 346 1.023 7 7 728 457 1.186 

March 51 968 888 1,847 62 940 688 1.478 

April 68 676 468 1.136 58 666 6JS 1,838 

May 68 682 541 1,223 69 476 660 1.126 

June S3 632 484 1,016 64 436 666 1,102 

Total _ 671 8,763 6,482 14.285 762 8.666 6,685 14,761 



White 
Colored 



Total 
... 14,286 
... 14,761 



Grand Total 



28,986 



1956-1957 1957-1958 

Total Treatments 67,674 40,061 

Total Patients' Vinite . _. 35,869 ! 8.996 

Total New Pattentu 1.674 1.483 

Total Number Working- Days ,..-. 282 249 

tlally Averajte Treatment* 206 196 

Dsily Average Patients 127 116 




Inf. 

1957 Red 

July 143 

August 127 

September 151 

October Z09 

November 169 

December 149 

1958 

January 213 

Feb. 215 

March 274 

April 217 

May 187 

June 103 

TOTALS 2,147 

'Includes Ionization 
Farad ic 
Galvanic 
Sinusoidal 



■i.f'i* 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 



6.247 



1.439 



19,4ES 



1.035 



1,126 



57 



3,718 



199 



757 



! K 













Low* 


















Whirl 




Ther. 




Fr»r- 




Hub. 






Pa*. 






Dla. 


Pool 


Mass 


Ex. 


U.V. 


Curr. 


R.D, 


Bath 


M.F. 


S.P. 


Bath 


Total 


H 


237 


523 


89 


2.463 


144 


114 


2 


293 


26 





81 


4,106 


M 


235 


468 


69 


2,410 


58 


90 


18 


299 


35 





49 


3,846 


C 

w 

*6 


161 


463 


59 


2.618 


68 


145 


1 


Ml 


21 





86 


4,136 


196 


547 


91 


3.046 


101 


92 


3 


490 


14 





85 


4.873 


187 


804 


140 


2.261 


99 


80 


4 


ST8 


17 





63 


3,883 


233 


418 


83 


l,»Sf 


£2 


88 


10 


263 


8 





55 


3.297 


I 


216 


497 


174 


2.437 


88 


106 


5 


316 


12 





54 


4.118 


199 


473 


184 


2,266 


72 


98 


7 


271 


IB 





43 


3,846 


1 


273 


676 


194 


2,933 


79 


93 


3 


354 


11 





66 


4,945 


to 


287 


633 


131 


2.631 


81 


78 


2 


31S 


9 





72 


4.360 


tn 


344 


607 


196 


2.372 


97 


72 


1 


197 


9 





34 


4,026 


i 


300 


441 


129 


2,206 


86 


78 


4 


172 


19 


8 


80 


3.618 


M 
CD 



49.051 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 






1 957 T.B. 

July 125 

August ..„,,.., 97 

September IDT 

October 204 

November . 118 

December „ 52 

1950 

January 55 

February 86 

March 128 

April 133 

May 89 

June 103 

TOTALS 1,297 



Ward 

673 
BBS 

68S 
709 
677 
498 



S91 
SIS 
1,076 
8)2 
923 
564 

B,682 



Clinic 

MM 

76) 
788 
860 
829 
731 



80E 
687 
852 
89S 
990 
835 

9,936 



Polio 

486 
602 
568 
654 
460 
341 



338 
346 
374 
264 
181 
236 

4,739 



Total 

2,187 
1,918 

2.048 
2.427 
1.974 
1.022 



2,089 
1,934 

2.430 
2,104 
2.183 
1.738 

24.654 



T.B. 

47 
37 
62 
85 



67 
91 
141 
93 
97 
89 

B87 



Ward 

376 
464 

624 
776 
6S2 
676 



802 

706 
1,073 
767 
608 
548 

7,940 



Clinic 

1,112 

1,005 

884 

1.014 

841 

802 



886 

857 

l.OTS 

1.194 
1.093 
1.126 

11.845 



Polio 

363 
421 
518 
BT1 
385 
260 



284 
259 

269 

212 

45 

118 

3,705 



Total 

1.898 
1.927 
2,088 
2,446 
1,908 
6,175 



2,029 
1,912 
2.515 
2.266 
1,843 
1,880 

24,377 



Grand 
Total 

4,085 
3,846 

4.136 
4,873 
3.B82 
3,297 



4,118 
3,846 
4,945 
4,360 
4,026 
3,618 

49,031 



V 

GO 



> 
H 



m CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-195S 

ANNUAL REPORT 

HEART STATION 

July 1, 19S7 — June 30, 1958 

The accompanying report shows the work performed in the Heart St 
from July 1, IJ67 through June 30. 1958. The figures refer to the numb.- 
el echocardiograms taken in each month, and to the number of orterlul , 
gen saturation studies, cardiac catheterizations, angiocardiograms, and 
fluoroscopic examinations. 

Many eound tracings of the heart were made during the current year but 
the breakdown for months is not available although the data were pis 
in the patient's records. 

During the year cardiac clinics were conducted every afternoon, Monday 
through Friday, in order to maintain a closer check on patients with h. 
disease. There was also a pediatric clinic which Is conducted every Fri< 

I. Electrocardiograms 

Jul y 3,100 January 

August 3tl 26 February • 

September 2,954 March 

October , , 3,188 April 

November 2,716 May 

Dec-ember 2,401 June 

Total 34,777 

II. Arterial oxygen saturation studies 

1 1 1 Cardiac catheterizations IS* 

IV. Angiocardiograms 9S 

V. Cardiac fluoroscopic examinations 1.300 

Respectfully submitted, 

/b/ LOUIS LEVY, 
Louis Levy II, M.n. 



LL2/brk 



BRAIN WAVE LABORATORY 161 

ANNUAL REPORT 
BRAIN WAVE LABORATORY 
July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

The following Is the annual report Of the Department of Electroencephal- 
ography for the year 1968. The report is broken down into the number of EEG 
recordings made per month and the number of special recordings made. 

July 1967 117 January 1958 141 

August 195T . ., 191 February 1958 Ill 

September 1957 157 March 1958 145 

October 1957 177 April 1958 164 

November 1967 126 May 1968 95 

December 1957 121 June 1958 97 

Total EEG Recordings 1.682 

Fetal Heart Recordings 62 

Tumor Correlation Recordings 450 

The laboratory continues the lack of instruments and personnel to be 
able to handle the requests of the clinics. The present policy is to hold the 
ward requests down to a point that the laboratory is only two weeks behind. 
It would be possible, however, to accept ward appointments for as much as 
one month in advance. It is hoped that adequate Instruments, technicians, 
and housing facilities might be provided in the near future so that this 
department will be able to take care of ward and clinic requests irrespective 
of number. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/»/ H. THARP POSEY, 

H. Tharp Posey. M.D., 

Director 

Brain Wave Station 



152 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 



ANNUAL REPORT 
ANESTHESIA DEPARTMENT, RECOVERY ROOM, 
INHALATION THERAPY DEPARTMENT AND 
THE BLOOD AND BONE BANK 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

There were twenty-four thousand anesthetics of all types administered. In- 
eluding local, throughout the hospital. The demand for anesthesia for 

d procedures has continued to increase. This in turn increase* the 
den. and for the services of more highly skilled personnel, such as that i-,. n - 
dered by the residents and full-time staff members. We have found by the 
experience of the past several years that we need a minimum of 15 resident* 
to man the department with the number of operating rooms in use. I rv 
that this quota be continued, unless the number of operating rooms and 
delivery rooms In use be reduced. 

Some of the equipment In the department has reached the state of ob- 
solescence. In particular, we have five old style McKesson machines. | 
are no longer available for them. I suggest we turn these in and replace then 
with modern machines. AH of the equipment in the department is i: 
iwenty years old. 

A difficulty which has plagued the department and continues to plague it 
1b the difficulty in obtaining supervisory personnel. This Is so important in 
a department such as this in which the hulk of the work Is performed by 
student personnel. Two difficulties are present: (1) few people willin K to 
and (2) the salaries paid to our full-time personnel, particularly tlM 
physician personnel, are the lowest In the country when one compare* this 
institution with others of the same size and calibre. 

The American Board of Anesthesiology- has stated categorically that we 
>ni i have a minimum of three full-time assistants in Anesthesiology. The 
budget of the department should be set up for three at salaries that win be 
an inducement for people to stay on with us for a year or two. This 
utmost Importance if we are to retain approval or our training pro Era i 

We are grateful to the Louisiana Heart Association which has fur the 
past two years subsidized the salary of an assistant to supervise cardto- 

I ir Surgery. They have agreed to do so during the coming year. 1 
however, feel they cannot do so after this year. Dr. Carl Pope is presently 
on the staff in this capacity. 

We were aide to obtain a research grant from Squibb and Company which 
will In part subsidize the salary of Dr. frank Humours, who will remain with 
us tor iine.th.er year as an assistant. 

Forty student nurse anesthetists and 6 residents completed their training 
during the year. 

The Blood Bank personnel collected 111,825 units of blood and rolen 
19,300 for transfusions. 

One notable advance in our Blood Bank is the establishment of a p. 
time position of Assistant to tin Din ctor of the Blood Bank in charge of the 
laboratory. This was sorely needed. Dr. Monroe Samuels, a member of the 
Department of Pathology, Is the present incumbent. His duties are to over- 
see the laboratory procedures and to handle special problems concerning 



DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 153 

ing, matching and other phases of heniotology. He will be assisted by resi- 
dent pathologists whom Dr. Moss has agreed to rotate through the Blood 
Hank Laboratory as part of their training. I would like to commend the 
personnel of both the Donor's Station and the Laboratory on the splendid 
cooperation that they have shown. In the laboratory especially they have 
carried on in spite of the shortage of technologists. 

We find It impossible to recruit technologists even though the salaries 
uirc than adequate. There simply aren't any. 

With utmost reluctance, I finally yielded to the unsurmountable pressure 
"f the times and fell In line with the policy prevalent throughout the hos- 
pital by adopting a five day week for all employees under my charge, except 
t«r Inhalation Therapy technicians, who work six days. Student personnel 
enntlnue to be on duty seven days a week, however. 

Sincerely yours, 

/S/ JOHN ADR1AXI. 

John Adriani, MJX, 

Director 

Department of Anesthesila 



JA;mg 



164 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1 95S 



ANNUAL REPORT 

RECOVERY ROOM 

July I, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

1957 Admissions Deaths 

Ju, y 1.023 6 

August l il22 6 

September 956 5 

October ......'.','.'.'. 1,08S 7 

November 978 9 

December 777 - 



195* 



January ggj g 

February ...'.'.'..'.... 886 

March 970 7 

A P ril 1,068 6 

Ma y 747 4 

Jun «" — sea 11 

TOTALS 11,267 ~SU 

Sincerely, 

M SISTER PATRICIA, 
Slater Patricia, R,N, 



SP:hd 



LUNG STATION 155. 



ANNUAL REPORT 

LUNG STATION 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

The work of the Ltmg Station increased very significantly In the fiscal 

from July 1, 1957 through June 30, 1958. A gradual Increase in both the 

utilization of standard Lung Station facilities and in the number of services 

offered has characterized our unit since 1953. This growth cannot continue 

the. part-time service* of [in additional physician become available. 

mine ventilatory studies were done on 41 1 occasions More extensive 
studies for the evaluation of emphysema were performed on 440 occasions, 
about twice the rigurc tor 1966-&7. 

M'lrntory function studies involving the determination of arterial blood 

I at rest and with axerciai were carried out on 52 individuals during 

This is a significant Increase over the preceding year, despite the 

fact thnt we were unable to do such studies for three months while seeking 

a new technician. Other respiratory studies were carried out on 59 occasions; 

thene are usually done In conjunction with Heart Station studies. 

Broncho spirometry was done only twice during the year. However, the 
fluoroscopic estimation of breathing dynamics and ventilatory distribution 
-me on liir> individuals. 

Special diagnostic studies are available in the Lung Station for those 
few patients who cannot be adequately studied on the ward. Diagnostic 
Ilia] lavage was done on 9 patients, thoracentesis on 8, and needle biopsy 
on ]'.'. Special diagnostic studies were done on 2 patients. 

Despite all attempts to restrict the therapeutic facilities of the Lung 

Station to the more seriously Incapacitated out-patients, therapeutic lnhala- 

inder Intermittent positive pressure breathing was given 1,681 limes. 

This is a three -fold increase over the previous year. Since ■ 'intra I Service 

has made such equipment available to ward patients, and thereby decreased 

the demand on us. this reflects primarily an Increased utilisation of this 

>r inhalatlonal therapy tor ambulatory patients. We have had to refuse 

this type of treatment to some patients who were less seriously Involve.! 

to reduce the numln atmentS to a minimum. There Is a great need 

Uve department of tnhalatloaa] therapy which would be available 

to out-pal which would supervise therapy to in-patients. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ JOHN H. SEABURY, 
John H. Seabuiy. Ml... 
Director, Lung Station 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana 
at New Orleans 



JHS:nr 



1S6 CHAR1TT HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 

ANNUAL REPORT 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION UNIT 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 19S8 

This ten bed in-patient facility for white male alcoholics has com 
to function as a unit for the medical treatment of the acute alcoholic 
drawal syndrome. During this period of time there were 246 adraiss: 
the ward. The average in-patient stay was 15 days. 

The director of the unit has been called on several times during the y**-' 
to give talks on alcoholism to various civic and religious organizations in tfc' 
city of New Orleans. The director is on the staff of the New Orleans 
academy ana regularly gives lectures on alcoholism to the student p t >l 

All members of the Rehabilitation Unit have continued to coopera.t»- 
alcoholic agencies in the city and state in the management of the problem 
■of chronic alcoholism. 

Sincerely, 

/s/ JOHN B. BOBEAR, 

John B. Bobear, M.D., 

Director, Alcoholic Rehabilitation V-- 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana. 



JBB:fcc 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 1ST 

ANNUAL REPORT 

PREMATURE INFANT CARE PROGRAM 

July I, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

The Premature Infant Care Program of Charity Hospital continued to 
provide its specialized services with no major administrative policy changes 
throughout the year. The basic routines and policies for care of the prema- 
tura infant, established last year for sake of simplicity and uniformity, con- 
tinued in effect for most infants at the discretion of the responsible pediatric 
resident. The Premature Infant Follow-up Clinic, held each Monday on the 

ad floor of Charity Hospital, continued its routines of operation for 
well-child care of the premature infant, stressing guidance through group 
counselling. By design, this follow-up care program Is concerned not only 
with service for the particular patients and problems related to prematurity, 
but also of primary concern Is an evaluation of patterns of growth, develop- 
ment, and health in these ex-premature Infants as Judged by history, hemo- 
tologlcal studies and dietary analyses. Partial support for this program has 
obtained from an outside grant through Tulane Medical School. Review 
of the initial group of over one hundred prematures invited to become en- 
rolled In this Premature Follow-up Care Program reveals a 94% rate of 
completion for the visit four months after discharge, a 100% completion of the 
twelve month visit and an 84% completion of the twenty-four month visit 
during this fiscal year of operation. The new maximum census of ninety-six 
babies In the Premature Infant Nursery in accord with the unit plan uf 
operation adopted last year has continued to be a realistic load in view of 
concurrent policies for staff vacations during seasons of lightest load. The 
services of the formula room and medical social service department have 
continued to be effective. Specific details and analyses of our services during 
this year are Illustrated in the accompanying tables. 

Educational activities in relation to the Premature Infant Care Program 
continued much the same as in years before. Medical students from 
both medical schools and residents of Charity Hospital have continued to 
be provided with educational training and experience in the care of prema- 
ture infants, i Iraduate nurse training programs were offered three times 
during this year and the registrants participated fully in the activities pro- 
vided them. Student nurse classes, in groups of eight to ten students each, 
have been provided at regular intervals for a period of two weeks each, as the 
students rotate through their training program in the School of Nursing. 
An exhibit on the care of the premature infant has been prepared and placed 
nnanent display In the hallway of the Premature Infant Center for all 
visitors to make use of as they tour our facilities. 

Investigations completed during this fiscal year include five projects by 
• BMdlcnl Htudents nn a variety of character] si ies in the premature in- 
fant, such as assays of Intrinsic farter, glucose tolerance studies, blood fibri- 
nogen levels, evaluation of heart sounds, and a preliminary study of prema- 
ture Infant morbidity and mortality during their first two yearn of life. A 
l"iiK term staff project was begun this year by Doctors W. Quiros and Now- 
»«m and Miss Louise Pesut on an intensive evaluation of the effect of 1m- 
tvrnn on serial hemotologic measurements and health standards In prema- 
ture Infants, One of the above studies has been published and at least two 
others are due for publication soon. Considerable work and planning was 
• I mi by our i-ntlre staff this year to assist In the inauguration of the 
Collaborative Child Development Program, which will he concerned with many 
problems related to those of the premature infant. 



:58 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 



Table I: 






Table 11: 



Tahl- til 



DESCRIPTION OF TABLES 

Comparative Caseload by Souree and Outcome. This tabula 
reflects the variations in caseload by 250 gram weight groups and 
indicates a slight decrease In the percent of our total caseload 
which is admitted to us from other hospitals, 

Tl,t ■'' I Patient Days tor Inborn and Outborn Infants In 

the Premature Nursery. From our last fiscal year there was : , 
reduction in the number of patient days provided for. At the s 
time this reflects a reduction from 35 to 2fl% of hospital pal 
dayi being devoted to rare of outborn infant;-'. 

ndrome". This table presents some pertinent hl K h- 
lights of our most disturbing problem, constantly with vis (n 
Premature Infant Center, namely, diarrheal disease. For the pur- 
pose of ease finding, we have arbitrarily defined a diarrheal syn- 
drom, to exist when a baby is noted to have at least three unus- 
ual stools during any seven day period after the first weak of 
life. This definition is admittedly severe, however it serves 
mtrabty to pinpoint potential danger areas and threatening , 
demies. Such records as these are maintained daily f: 
nursing notes and tabulated weekly for all of the staff to 
and manage their caseloads accordingly. Insofar as this ,1 
collected was valid, we have experienced a significant red,,. 
In the attack rate and mortality rate for ibis syndrome durfna 
this fiscal year. s 

Relationship <.f "Diarrheal Syndrome" to Duration of Hosp 
Slav. This table illustrates one »[ the many problems e. i 
with this "diarrheal syndrome", namely an associated prolong*- 
gatlon of boa ■ to those I, rii.ie s having the syndrome. 

Important problem of whether this represents cause or eff, 

by analyst* of future data collected in a similar 
manner. Recognizing the overall attack rate of 20 to 40% for this 
syndrome, the currently accepted administrative policy of tlls- 
Chargtng nil Infants as soon as they are mature enough t. 
cn by their parents is pi , ae to minimize 

ding and prolongation of the exposure to this .-,,. 

problem of unknown but suspected viral etiology. 

TabU r Survival Rate for Inborn Premature Infants. This 

Standardized table Illustrates th< i differences in sui 

by birth weighl and race. 

Table V: Caseload and Survival Hate for Outborn Prematures. Hltnlinr 

t-'es and tabulations are herein compiled as was rt.»_„ 
In Table IV. 

Table VI Comparative Nearly Survival Rates for our Total Admlsab 

the Premature Infant Nursery. The cumulative survival r, u «.» 
thrM tlseal periods show no significant change* _>. 
though Her. is a slight improvement In our survival I 
Inborn Infants. 

The entire staff of the Premature Infant Care Program Is sincerely grate- 
ful to the administration of Charity Hospital for their encouragement :,„,! 
support of certain statistical facilities Including our first IBM machine 
the very great help and stimulus such facilities have provided our staff baM 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 159 

for daily care of patients as well as our continual striving for improvement 
in our methods. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ WILLIAM T. NEWSOM. 
William T. Newsom. M.D.. 
Premature Infant Care Program 



160 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



COMPARATIVE CASE LOAD BY SOURCE AND OUTCOME 

TABLE I 



Contorted 
White and 


INBORN 


OuTBORN 


Hon -Whit- 


1956-57 


1957-5B 


1956-57 


1957-58 


Weight Group 


Lning 


Dead 


Lit ins 


Dud 


Lilino 


Dud 


Li.ing 


D*ad 


Uniitr 
£00 era ma 





15 





13 


6 


I 





* 


S01-760 





44 





37 


1 


B 





3 


7S1-1000 


2 


43 


11 


47 


9 


24 


6 


li 


100M26H 


26 


89 


29 


33 


IS 


21 


20 


SI 


1281-1S00 


65 


39 


61 


38 


43 


21 


37 


14 


1B01-1760 


101 


3B 


125 


as 


71 


ft 


67 


It 


1781-2000 


SOB 


SO 


210 


14 


B2 


12 


46 


T 


2001-210D 


IIS 


7 


1D2 


fi 


18 


1 


11 


t 


2101-2600 


4 


1 


7 


■ r . 


10 


1 


1 


S 


Total 


SIB 


2T.:< 


645 


227 


222 


9B 


177 


t« 



ToUl HcwmiUI P»timt D«y» for Inborn Infants Admitted to Nuriery: 





1956-57 






LiilnO 


Dt)d 


Lning 


Drj 




8,805 


67B 


6.164 


SO* 




16,802 


1.096 


is>srt 


7v- 




26,104 


1,776 


21,743 







TABLE II "Diarrheal Syndrome" aim.nir Infanta receiving at leaal 10 dajra care In Premature Infant Nurarry; Attack Ratea 

■ad Mortality Rates oectirlng in Infanta having (hi* syndrome. 



Birt* WL In Grui: 


501-1000 


1001-1500 


1501-2000 


2001-2100 


501-2100 


Ytw: 


'S6--57 


•57-'58 


56- '57 


*57.'5S 


•56V57 


■57- '58 


■56V57 


^-■s* 


'56- '57 


'57-'5S 


INBORNS 

Total Number Babies 


8 


12 


103 


94 


311 


339 


107 


n 


£29 


-,::<; 


Number Babies With 

"Diarrheal Syndrome" 


S 


6 


67 


ta 


118 


73 


29 


ii 


218 


112 




37. S 


41.T 


BCD 


24.5 


38.3 


21.B 


27.1 


12.1 


41.2 


20.9 


M. B. in Infanta With 


S3. 3 


0.0 


16.4 


4.S 


4.4 


4.3 


8.4 


S.l 


8.3 


4.5 


QUTBORNS 


ir. 


IB 


tl 


18 


188 


112 


17 


8 


229 


208 






Number Babies With 


10 


a 


33 


18 


42 


25 


5 


1 


90 


47 


Attack Kate. <7c 


66.7 


30.0 


47.8 


25,7 


32.8 


22,3 


29.4 


12.E 


39.3 


2 2.fi 


M, R. in Infants With 


40.0 


33.3 


18.2 


5.6 


11.9 


4.0 


0.0 


0.0 


16.7 


6.4 



TABLE III Relationship of "DuwrheaJ Syndroma" to duration of hospital stay of surviving inborn infants by birth weight, 

having at least 19 dayB care tn nursery. 





BIBTH WT,: 


1001-1250 


1251-1500 


1501-1750 


17512000 


2001-2100 


1001-2100 




YEAR: 


'56- "57 


■57--5S 


■56-*57 


■57.'5S 


■;6-'57 


■57.*5S 


'5S-'57 


■57-'5S 


'56. '57 


■57- '58 


■56 -'57 


■57-'58 


NO 


Total No 


7 


17 


26 


60 


66 


91 


182 


158 


77 


79 


298 


393 


"DIARH," 




69.0 


58.4 


41.3 


43.4 


32.7 


82.4 


22.6 


21.7 


13.4 


18.4 


26.3 


27.9 








WITH 


Total No _ 


18 


11 


38 


11 


45 


34 


69 


36 


26 


10 


198 


102 


"DIARH." 


Average Days Nursery 


65.0 


74.8 


63.3 


47.0 


40.9 


(«., 


28.2 


28.2 


24.0 


21.6 


38.6 


38,2 



T 

;-: 

- 
i 

s 

- 
§ 



3 

z 

a 

> 

n 
3 



Admtsifona. Sur»!»ala ud % Survival! of Infanta Admitted to the Premature Infant Center, Delivered at Charity Hospital 
or Loaitiana at New Orleaaa, July 1. 1957, through June 30. H'SS, by Rare. Sex and Weiirht. 

TABLE IV 



Key. 

Total 




White 




Netro 


Total 
Negro 


Total 

White 


Total 


% Sen-viva! 




Mala 


Female 




Mala 


Female 




Under 500 Grama 








I 







6 







7 







u 







1 




1 


13 






601-100 Gram* 


1 




a 


e 







40 


1 

2.6% 


45 


10 
20.8% 


B8 


11 
12.6% 


7 







06 

11 
11.6% 


1001-1600 Grama 


G 


i 

eo.o% 


8 


75.0% 


00 


29 

42.0% 


70 


G2 
65.8% 


14S 


81 
64.7% 


13 



60.2% 


161 

oo 

55.9% 


ISO 1-2000 Grams 


12 


7 

68.3 


16 


12 
7S.0 % 


160 


130 

86.0% 


196 


ISO 

91.8% 


tit 


316 

88.8% 


28 


19 

67.0% 


384 

336 

87.2% 


ZOO 1-2 100 Grams 


a 


3 


4 


4 
1009 


47 


45 
B 5.7^ 


G3 


50 
94.3% 


100 


aa 

95.0% 


7 


7 
[00% 


107 

102 

95.3% 


3101 Grama or Hare 


i 













t 


6 
75.0% 


S 


1 

33.3% 


11 


7 
63.6% 


1 







12 

7 
68.3% 


TOTAL 


22 


IS 

60.1% 


aa 


22 

62.0% 


320 


217 

6S.(J% 


ts« 


293 

7 6.9% 


316 


510 

T1.8* 


67 


35 

61.4% 


772 

546 

70.6% 



- 

§ 

~ 



•I. 

~ 

> 

r 
I 



AJiriiii.mi. Survivals ami % Survivals of Premature Infant. Born Ouuide and A<lmittnl n> the Premature Infant Center. 
Charity Hoenttal • •' Louisiana at Near Orleans, July I. 1957, through June >■). IMS, by Race. Sex. and W.» 

TABLE V 



Key; 
Total 


WHITE 


NEGRO 


Total 

Nefro 


Total 
White 


Total 


Survived 
% Survival 


Male 


Female 


Male 


Female 


Under 500 Grama 





D 





































601-1000 Grama 


s 


1 
33.3% 


7 


2 
28.6% 


e 


1 
12,6% 


6 


1 

10.7 % 


14 

2 
14.3% 


10 


3 
SO.0% 


24 


5 
20.8% 


1001-1500 Grams 


tc 


15 
60.0% 


25 


13 
52.0 % 


m 


U 
«i.i -:■ 


24 


IS 
7 5.0 % 


42 

29 
69.0% 


so 


26 
66.0% 


02 


67 
62.0% 


1501-2000 Grams 


37 


28 
75.7 % 


56 


33 
91.7% 


17 


11 
64.7% 


33 


31 

93.9% 


SO 

42 

84,0% 


7:J 


61 

sa.G*7 


123 


103 

83.7% 


2001-2100 Crams 


3 


3 
100% 


3 


3 
100% 


3 


3 
100 % 


3 


3 
100% 


6 

6 
100% 


6 


6 
100% 


12 


12 

100% 


2101 Grams or More 


1 







1 







1 


1 

njif> 








1 
1 

100% 


2 







S 


1 


TOTAL 


69 


47 

68.1% 


72 


51 

io.ss 


47 


27 
BT.4S 


66 


53 
80.8% 


113 

80 
70.8* 


141 


93 
69.5% 


264 


178 

70.0% 



« 



V early Survival Rat*, for Combined White and Nettrti Admissions. 



TABLE VI 



Key: 
Total 

Survived 

% Survival 




INSIDE 




OUTSIDE 


Jan 


.-June '36 


1956-S7 


1987-58 


Jan 


-June '56 


19S6-57 


1957-5* 


Walfht Croup 














Under 500 Grami 


17 







15 






13 




9 








1 

a 










501-1000 Grams 


15 


f 


89 

2 
2.2% 


95 


11 

11.6% 


16 


3 

lg.8% 


39 

10 
26.6% 


24 


5 
20.8% 


1001-1500 Grams 


65 


24 
43.6% 


16S 

SO 
53.6% 


161 


90 

S6.9 % 


46 


37 

80.4% 


103 

61 

59.2% 


92 


57 
62.0% 


1501-2000 Grains 


130 


126 

90.6% 


371 

306 

82.6% 


384 


IBS 
87.8 3 


58 


52 
89.7% 


144 

123 

85.4% 


123 


103 

83.7% 


2001-2100 Grama 


45 


44 

97.8 % 


120 

113 

94.2% 


107 


102 

95.3 * 


6 


5 
100% 


19 

18 

94,7% 


12 


12 

100% 


2101 Grama or More 


9 


8 

fi8.9% 


5 

4 

80.0% 


12 


7 

58,3% 


2 


I 

r, rj.fr; 


11 

10 
90.9% 


3 


1 
33.3% 


TOTAL 


310 


204 

66.8% 


788 

515 
07.1% 


772 


545 


127 


98 
77.2% 


317 

222 

70.0% 


254 


17B 

70,0% 



o 
X 

> 

a 
o 

m 

T) 

St- 
ir 1 



TUMOR REGISTRY 165 



ANNUAL REPORT 

THE TUMOR REGISTRY 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

The Tumor Registry continues to function under the direction of an 
Administrative Board through the Chairman of this Board. 

TUMOR REGISTRY BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans 

-i. Kerne, xi.i.>. 

Manuel Garcia. M.D. 
American Cancer Society. Louisiana Division 
.Imiiicb D, Ttives, M.D. 

Marian m. Simmons 

Louisiana State University School of Medicine 
William W. Frve. M.D. 
Rudolph J. Muelltng, M.D. 
ne University School of Medicine 

i T. Krementz, M.D., Chairman 
'. Smith, MJ). 
Loali e Board of Health 

John M. Bruce, M.D. 

i i State Medical Society 

II. Storck, M.D. 

SCOPE OF THE PROGRAM 

There baa been little change In the objectives and operational pro- 
's as (hey were described in the report for the previous fiscal year. 
':'ff in th try continues to work toward maintaining, from a 

on, the following Record systems to indicate the size and 
nature of the cancer case load of this hospital. 

cal Index File on tin- identification of cancer patients 
known to this hospital since January 194S, with continuous now accessions 
added. 

A Hie of case a!> ummarizlng pertinent data from the pa- 

tient's hospital record, complete with annua! informational follow-up. 

Punch cards containing the coded Information from the abstracts 
fotlOW-up reports for statistical analyses, or Identification Of patients 
leel matter through electric machine accounting. 

111. on tin' request and release of information from Registry records 
ling to date, subject matter, purpose, etc. 

In addition to the above, there is available other Information such as 
■tatlsttoal publications, exhibit material, graphs and charts, lantern 

ACTIVITIES 
COOPERATIVE PROGRAM WITH CANCER CHEMOTHERAPY 

NATIONAL SERVICE CENTER 

This Hegl.stry is one ^r approximately fifteen registries throughout the 

for the past two years baa submitted data on punch cards 

Bnd Results Qroup, Clinical Studies Panel, Cancer Chemotherapy 

Id Center, National Cancer Institute, which functions within 



CHARITY' HOSPITAL — 18r,7-1flr,8 



the V. a PttbHo Health Service. These registries are pat ng In thi« 

cooperative program through contractual agreement which provides mutual 
Dene fits, 

i Hiring the past y.ar. Dr. laluard T. Krementz, Dr. Rudolph J 
;""' ,he director ..f sli. ,. s01 . vei i on various committees t« 

■ establishing Uniform Definitions and Procedures for consl 
the accumulation of data, as well as special research studies. Tin- 
held between staff representatives of the particle ■ 
mries and the Cancer Chemotherapy National Service Center: 

August l!l,"7 Committee on Research 

Untreated Cancer Cases— or the Natural Dui 
i fencer 

Vork Medical College— Flower Fifth Ave. it,.-, 
New York City 

September 1957 Committee „n Uniform Definitions and Uniform i 

University of Chicago at Chicago, 111 in 

>,; '"' h [ A<1 Hoc Working Group on Revision at Uniform P 

Code and Neoplasms to be Reported 
University or Michigan. Ann Harbor, Michigan 

A|,|il "' sm.-i'oinnntti n Malignancy and Neoplasm* , 

lll'lxil'liwl 

r,r Of La. at New Orleans, L*. 

End Results Group— Clinical Studies Panel 

i' 1 Hi, Mia, Maryland 

Ut.- fiscal year a Uniform Punch Code had t , 

'"""Kh the c teraUve .-ffm-t^ of the 

as an agreement on the tumors to be reported. A manual with .1 
and instructions in detail Is being prepared Tor rele 

APPROVAL BY THE AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS 

!n Jtt "' • the Registry was Inspected by a repreaenUuii 

, "" " I was again approved as part of the i 

Program in this h 

ANNUAL MEETING TUMOR REGISTRY BOARD 

This meeting was held In the Board Room of the H 

etJvItlea ami the accomplishments for the pasl 
by ihr Chairman ,.r th- Hoanl. Subsequent iv. mlnutei of the ■ 
distributed to the Board Members. 

INFORMATION RELEASED FROM AND ABOUT THE REGISTRY 

Published Material 

"Third National Cancer Conference Proceedings" 

W i by .i. B. Upplucott Co. las? 

"Report from the Tumor Registry, Charity Hospital of I J oul»i-. hJ . «i 

"•* lay 1957 

Journal of the Louisiana State Medical Society 

Gain in Live:- tfaj 19G7 

Louisiana i farn at Reporter 

(AP) local, state and national, released by M r „_, 

111 Cancer Society, Iiuv and based on information fr,»,„ , 



TUMOR REGISTRY 1*3 



statistical analysis of the Registry records. The statistical analysis was 
red by Mr. Abraham RIngel under the direction of B. Aubrey Schneider. 
of the national office of the American Cancer Society, New York, 

"i":inr<r Sci >re board" — Cancer News — Summer 1957. 
Published by American Cancer Society. Inc. 

V.iitori 

Approximately 66 visitors have signed the Registry Guest Book, These 
■ laded per >rts from France, Scotland, Africa, various states and from 
' merlcan College of Surgeons, the American Cancer Society and the 
National Cancer institute. 

Information on Organisation and Operational Procedures 

-f the Registry Handbook, sample forms, procedures, etc. have 
tested mill sent to sixteen hospitals in the state, eight hospitals in 
'• states and one foreign country. .Inpan. 

Information from Registry Records 

Information of a general nature, such as copies of statistical data, re- 
i.f articles, etc. have been distributed to the professional staff of the 
and Medical Schools. In addition. Individual requests have included 
Information Tor special studies from the abstract and follow-up 
.• histories grouped together by Mimical site of dis- 

ease, or from tin punch cards in electric machine accounting for statistics 
tient by subject matter. Information most frequently 

has I n on pelvic tumors, lung, breast, pancreas, gall bladder, 

: ■ nx, melanoma and thyroid. 

Indirectly the Registry has helped the doctors by having a carbon copy 
of u. ,tract summary and record of follow-up Information in 

.\ numbi c of doctors have commented on the 
Information as a ready summary at the time the patient Is 
Inic or ward as wall an upon reviewing hospital charts far 
■pedal stii' 

SERVICE TO PATIENTS 

In i ,ss of abstracting records on new cases of cancer. It has 

■ mi' patients fail to return for treatment following the 
Instances, a memo is sent to the hospital Social Service 
at to n q i in getting the patient in for treatment. 

ring the course of carrying out follow-up procedures upon contai 

1 to return to the hospital for check-up examlna- 

i hi patients have requested clinic appointments. Because of 

i tunce or keeping the cancer patient under medical observation to 

• iv any recurrence of cancer, ths Registry stuff has taken the 

inge such appointments. 

PROGRESS OF WORK 

l t | Lug i<> report thai real progress was made this past year in 

Istry records on cancer patients known to this 

In addition to abstracting the nen 

follow -ti|i procedures were carried out on all previously 

cb. As a result, those cases were classified as alive in 

dead or lost. Through the Ingenuity and perseverance of the 

a now represent less than one- half of one percent of the 



168 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 



total cases. This record of accomplishment deserves particular attention 
not only because of the very fine work on the part of the staff but also 
because of the importance of having up-to-date information on all cases in 
computing survival rates for end results. 

PATIENTS TRACED TO OTHER STATES AND ABROAD 

In the course of follow-up approximately 400 patients have been traced 
to thirty-eight states in this country and to five foreign countries A map 
pinpointing these cases is on display in the Registry, This, together with 
the map of Louisiana pinpointing the number of patients by parish residence 
has been of particular interest to visitors. 

VOLUME OF CASES— STATISTICAL DATA 

15,829 Registry records on cancer, 1948-57. 

,H.J n K r T tlCm availabl ? (rom P un <* cards for the total case load provides, 
he X £d nT" °V h eCtriC machine ^counting, a periodic .valuation of 
the size and nature of the cancer problem in this hospital indicating gains 
or deficient areas in diagnosis and therapy for specific periods of time 

In the report "An evaluation of the Cancer Registry at Charity Hospital 
Of Louisiana at New Orleans" prepared by Abraham Ringel of the EtttHsU- 
locietv X vT" n - ^t-i Cal and SciPnt!flc »Wment* American ' 

tlstica I'dau"^ %ll ,\ *™ tS aval!abIe '" th * R*slsfy bailed 
usticai data from the Registry punch cards. 

To illustrate the type of information available: 

Distribution of cancer cases by race, sex and year of diagnosis. 

Percent of cases microscopically confirmed by race and year of diagnosis. 

Percent of cases microscopically confirmed by site. 

Stage of disease at diagnosis by race and year of diagnosis. 

Stage of disease at diagnosis by site. 

Percentage distribution of cancer cases by sex and age. 

Percent of female cancer cases by site. 

Percent .if male cancer cases by site, 

Survival cancer cases by sex. 

Survival o&tteer cases by race. 

sui rtval cancer cases by stage at diagnosis. 

Survival cancer cases by site. 

PLAN TO REVISE EXISTING REGISTRY CODE, FORMS, PROCEDURES 

to a^eaf extent \° 1??* t*, F*^ Hospital RegiBtr * code was Prompted 
and /; It.trv ^L ^ 1'frtlc pation in the Cancer Chemotherapy Program 

punch cards. ^ itlcreas!n K demands for more information from our^wn 

H^LTuLll^X h f nS 1 00nducted a *«°ns ">e Professional staff of the 
Hospital, Medical fachools and others interested, in order to give these eroiroa 
the opportunity of expression in terms of comments on the^resent Reg st^y 

combined 6 2£™ ° ^ "" " WrttoM f0r "' •^""™ *' th * 

We have solicited the aid of Dr. B. Aubrey Schneider and Mr. Abraham 
^"i *? ♦, ^ erlcan ? ancer Society, Inc.. New York and William I. Lourie 
Of the National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland in helping us with our 



TUMOR REGISTRY 169 



in revamping the Registry codes and procedure*. A meeting with these 
:*lica) consultants has been scheduled during August in New Orleans. 

CONCLUSION 

The Tumor Registry, now with up-to-date records, is facing toward 
mansion and development in the coming year. Wo believe these 
changes will increase the effectiveness of the place of the Tumor Registry 
1" ,: licer program at this Hospital as well as <>n ihe national level 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ MARION WOGAN, 
(Mrs.) Marlon Wogan, 
Director 
Tumor Registry 

art 



170 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 

ANNUAL REPORT 

ELECTRON MICROSCOPE LABORATORY 

July 1, 1957 — June 30 t 1958 

Due to the absence of Dr, Low who Is presently on Sabbatical leav 
Europe visiting electron microscope laboratories this report Is being given t>> 

I >«■. lii'i'l'. 

As of July 1957 the Radio Corporation of America had performed 
tensive repairs on the electronic circuits and lens systems of the microscope 
and there had been a general renovation of the laboratory involving new 
cabinets, pipe insulation, air conditioning repair, replacement of dark-room 
equipment, and purchase of an ultra-microtome. The total cost of this w 
was 12,944.98 which was nearly $2,000 less than anticipated. 

After the Radio Corporation of America Service Company had completed 
their work on the microscope we were still plagued with constant vacuum 
and electronic system break-downs. This was in no way a reflection on the 
repair work that had been done but was rather the result of age and n 
of disuse which preceded the repair work. Gradually through the ski, 
patience of Mr. Max Clevenger and Mr. Robert Druce these difficulties « 
overcome. The next problem was to bring the resolution of the instrumen- 
ts best possible value. This work was time consuming and tedious ajia re- 
quired considerable knowledge and skill. Mr. Robert Druce who is emp], 
by Louisiana State and Tulane Universities did this work at no cost 
Charity Hospital as a part of his service to the three electron mloroscof* 
laboratories and managed to bring the resolution of the instrument to fifteen 
Angstroms which Is Indeed an accomplishment since a new instrument guar- 
antees only 30 Angstroms resolution. If we had been compelled to hire an 
electronic technician from The Radio Corporation of America the cost of 
this work at $60 per day plus expenses would have been well over $1,000. 

At present there is a great variety of projects being actively pursu.- 
planned. At L.S.U. Drs. McGill, Strong and Geer are conducting light and 

iron microscopic studies on kidney biopsies taken at Charity Hug] 
plus doing fundamental work on atherosclerosis and expermental h > j 
tension. Dr. Clark at Tulane has been carrying on studies of the skin, -pi 
are two who are Interested in studies on cancer at L.S.U. Dr. Dough* » 
been investigating cervical carcinoma with the electron microscope ana >u 
Mitchell In the department of Anatomy is formulating a study in the t 
...f Oftnoar. Drs. Melanle, Miller, and Swartzwelder at L.S.U, are contitvi 
studies of Endameba histolytica with the electron microscope. Dr. Dtetlelo 
at Tulane is beginning an electron microscope study the exact natu r , 
which I do not know. Dr. Newsome has previously conducted an eh 
microscopic investigation of hyaline membrane disease in the new-born 
it Is presumed that this will be continued now that the microscope i*. , 
.il.lc. A part of the space in the microscope laboratory is presently b , 
utilized by Dr. Newsome for the preparation of tissue sections for H^tit 
microscopy. 

At the present time the greatest deterrent to full use of the mlcr K. 
is that some of the Investigators who are using or planning use hav.. . 
veloped program fur their work and are presently dependent on Mr, Cl« 
for phases of their work. Mr. Clevenger Is only a part-time employee 
laboratory (ten hours a week) and is rapidly becoming saturated with ^ 
While it is not and should not be intended that Charity Hospital r ur , 
technical assistance for researchers In electron microscopy It is the fu, 
of the laboratory to give help to them until such a time as they can si,,,. 



ELECTRON MICROSCOPE LABORATORY 



171 



their own work. Mr. Clevenger is not only active in the maintenance of the 
microscope but also trains persons in the techniques of tissue fixation, em- 
bedding and sectioning; for electron microscopy. At the present time it is 
not felt necessary to hire any additional help, but if the trend toward use of 
the instrument continues at the present pace by next year such will definitely 
be necessary. 



Respectfully, 

/s/ JACK C. GEER, 
Jack C. Oeer, M.D. 



cc: Dr. Henry C. McGill, Jr. 
Dr. Joseph Miller 
Dr. Richard Hlbbs 
Dr. Wallace Clark 
Dr. W. T, Newaom 
Dr. A, A. Flores 



!'- CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1968 

ELECTRON MICROSCOPE LABORATORY BUDGETARY REQUEST 

1958-1959 

New Equipment: 

Kxternally centerable condenser aperture (Ca-2) for 
B.M.U.-2 electron microscope * - U.OO 

OFEC High vacuum globe valve straight through sweat 

fitting type, slse 1 Inch 33.00 

I 'arts (photocell, wire, condenser, switch, etc.) for mak- 
ing recording photoelectric unit for photographic ex- 
posure , iiO 

Parts (svi-itch, wire, tubes, etc.) for making a device to 
automatically turn on the dehumltlifler when the hu- 
midity rises to prevent corrosion 30,00 

(Jcnerai Expenses: 

Routine parts replacement (tubes, condensers, batteries, 
etc.) , 400.00 

Photographic supplies 200.00 

Fixative, alcohol, and plastic embedding media ino.oo 

Salaries: 

Mr. Max Clevenger (part time, 10 hours per week) 858.00 

TOTAL $ 1887.00 



DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY 



17S 



ANNUAL REPORT 
PHARMACY DEPARTMENT 
July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

il Prescriptions Pilled , in, IS" 

Stock Prescriptions Pilled HS.f.4] 

Narcotic Prescriptions Filled u.utt 

Total Prescriptions Filled 224,905 

Serums and Antitoxins Purchased 

Anllvi-nln, Coral Snake HJ vials 

rrbalia Vaccine Combined No. 4 

■ Idln Leo (lu tests) 430 vials 

Diphtheria Antitoxin 10,000 units,.., 100 \ 

Diphtheria Antitoxin 20.000 units 200 vials 

Diphtheria Toxin for Schick Test (100 doses) , 10 vials 

Fr.-i Antigen 84 viala 

Mixed Vaccine Respiratory Infections 20CC 50 vials 

Tetanus Antitoxin 1,500 units 12,000 vials 

ixhi 10, units , 200 vials 

i« Antitoxin 20,000 unite 400 \ 

Tetanus (ins I Antitoxin vials 

Tetanus Toxoid Fiuld — 1 dose 180 vials 

US) Toxoid Fluid— 5 dose 1,280 vials 

i Para-Typhoid Vaccine (Non-Spec, Therapy). 180 vials 

Typhoid Para-Typhoid Vaccine I5ec 80 viale 

Typhoid Para-Typhoid Vaccine l.Scc 30 vials 

Insulins Purchased 

Insulin. Regular t'-40 i.n:,o vials 

Insulin, Regular tJ-80 450 vials 

Insulin. Globin I'-IO 108 , 

Insulin. Globln i-.sn , 24 y\ 

Insulin. Lente l'-40 70 vials 

Insulin, Lente U-80 160 vials 

Insulin. Nl'li I"-!" 2,762 vials 

illn, NPH U-S0 1,812 vials 

Insulin, Protamine Zint; U-40 770 . 

inxuiin. Protamine Zinc r-so, 480 \ 

'tifuiln. Zinc Crystals U-40 

Insulin, Zinc Crystals U-80 ., ials 

Sulfa Drugs Purchased 

lum Sulfadiazine Ampules 800 ampules 

islne Ophthalmic Ointment % or, 24 tubes 

Ine Tablets 0.6 Oram 36,000 tablets 

i halidine Tablets 0.6 Oram 30,000 tablets 

tthaltdtne Powder , 4 pounds 

role Tablets 0.5 Oram 75,000 tablets 

Bttlflaoxasote Syrup 264 pints 

Bolfiaoxaaole Ampules 300 ampules 

Antibiotics Purchased 

«porin Sterile Powder 470 vials 

■In Otic lOcc. 24 vials 



174 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-195S 

Aureomycin Capsules 250 mg 4,608 capsules 

Aureomycin Ointment 1 era 166 tubes 

.Aureomycin Ophthalmic Ointment % oz 36 tubes 

Aureomycin Syrup 4 ok 24 bottles 

Aureomycin Vaginal Suppositories 576 suppositories 

Aureomycin Intravenous 500 mg , 48 vlala 

Chloromycetin Capsules 250 mg 95,952 capsules 

Chloromycetin Capsules 50 mg 24,300 capsules 

Ohloromyiietln Palm it ate 2 oz, 3,312 bottles 

Chloromycetin Intravenous SOO mg 8,000 ampules 

Chloromycetin Intramuscular i Gram I2.ir>n vials 

Chloromycetin Ophthalmic Solution 264 bottles 

Chloromycetin Otic 12 bottles 

Erythromycin Tablets 100 mg 3,600 tablets 

Erythromycin Tablets 260 mg 50,400 tab; 

Erythromycin Pediatric Drops 210 bottles 

Erythromycin Pediatric Suspension 1,860 bou 

Erythromycin Intravenous 250 rag 560 vials 

Erythromycin Intravenous 500 mg 1,670 vials 

Erythromycin Intramuscular lOcc, , 1.092 vials 

lvni< -illin '<;- Crystalline— 5 Million Units 22,000 Vials 

jPenii calne Aqueous 300,000 units lOec 75,000 vials 

IVnklllln Tablet! 200,000 units 36,000 tab' 

Penicillin & Dthydrostreptomyein Comb. 5 dose 18,200 vials 

Streptomycin 5 Grams 15.000 vials 

Terramycln Capsules 250 mg 55,400 capsul< 

Terramycln Capsules 50 mg 1,350 capsuti 

Terramycin Suspension 1 oz, 420 boti I 

Teiramyi 1 Ointment l oz -4 tubes 

Terramycln Ophthalmic Ointment 14 oz 7:! tu 

Terramycln Intramuscular 100 mg 9,700 via 

Terramycln Intravenous 500 mg..,, 1,200 vials 

Terramycln tntravi mg 

Tetracycline Capsules : 206,000 t-upsuu 

Tetracycline Intravenous SO0 mg 4,176 via 

Tetracycline Intramuscular 100 mg 2i,6(>0 vis 

ii-yriini- ointment ?■•; 1 oz , so ti 

aeyeUhe Pediatric Drops IOcc 

Tetracycline Suspension 1 07. bottles 

Tetracycline Syrup 4,824 boti 

Vloiiiyciii I ( Irani , 4:'fi vials 

Blood Plasma and Volume Expanders Purchased 

Blood Plasma 260cc ,: bottles) 

Antihemophilic Plasma SOec 86 buttles 

ran >'•''. in Norma] Saline goocc 1,872 boti 

Cortisone, Prednisone and A C T H Purchased 

ilets 6 mg 3,001) tab) 

one Tablets 25 mg ilets 

Cortlson< ti 25 mg. per cc 20ec 200 vials 

hthalmle Otnti vi ok 86 tubes 

Kyd ion nig 8,600 ( 1 

Hydrocortisone ophthalmic Ointment , 114 ti 

Hy d ro co rtisone Ophthalmic Suspension ; bottles 

"- per ec Bee 800 

-'0 mg 10,000 tablets 

A T II CM 40 units Gcc 1,140 vlnls 



DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY 175 

A C T H 26 units , 1,500 vials 

Prednisolone Acetate Suspension lOcc 12 vials 

Prednisone Tablets 5 mg 142.000 tablets 

Prednisolone Tablets 5 mg 6.000 tablets 

In the general manufacturing laboratory, a total of 49,425 gallons were 

These Included syrupy, elixirs, liniments, lotions, mixtures and 

inboratory stains, 702 pounds of ointments and 2,246,000 tablets were also 

Total cost of operation including bottles and labor was 

$49,266.84. Had these same items been purchased. It Is estimated the total 

cost would have been $2 02,356.04, 

In the tolutlon room, 178,810 liters of sterile saline, dextrose, NaK, 

• Uiced as well as 111,703 bottles of procaine, normal saline, 

nnd other sterile solutions of varying Btsea and strengths. Total cost of 

including labor was $63,053.54, Had these same solutions and 

purchased, it Is estimated the total cost would have liven 

IS.02. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ SYLVIA CHIN-BING, 
Sylvia Chln-Blng, 
Chief I'hamiii 



11* CirARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-195S 

ANNUAL REPORT 
COLLABORATIVE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

January 1, 1958 — June 30, 1958 

The Collaborative Child Development Program was established! J 
1. 1951 by means of a research grant from the National Instlturt 

ttb to Charity Hospital as the central organizing and adminlstrjuiv* 
Institution bringing together certain key personnel and departments or 
~i,sl T and Tularin schools of medicine. This program at Charily II 
is one of thirteen similar programs in medical centers throughout the 
United .states all engaged in similar studies. The specific aims of this 

. .■ Program include the production of conclusive 
to clarify the etiology of such disorders as cerebral palsy, mental re( • 
tlon. birth defects, prematurity and perinatal mortality and morbidity • 
allied Interests. To help achieve these goals each of the collaborating: in 
stliutlons has been provided funds for development and support or iln- 
and facilities necessary to carry out and record detailed observatl 
group of selected women during pregnancy, labor, and delivery; and 
after to make pertinent observations on the resulting Infants until th* 
age of six or seven years. All observations are to he recorded by ova 
on standard forms provided us so that the Information collected from 
collaborating centers may be pooled for analysts at the Collaborative 
(ram facility in the National Institutes of Health. 

The administrative authority of the Collaborative Program stci 

Board consisting of the Director of Charity Hospital, the i 
of l.si" School of Medicine, and the Dean of Tulane School of M< ■; 
Active administration of the program is delegated to the Project 

hatrman of the Committee of Principal Investigators consisting <>f tb< 

following peraoi t: the Department Heads of Obstetrics and fed 

at Tulane Sri 1 uf Medicine, the Department Heads of Obstetrics. 1- 

Neurology, and Psychology at LSU School of Medicine 
Director of the Department of Anesthesia at Charity Hospital. The A 
Clinical Director of Charity Hospital serves as an active consultam ■ 
Committee of Principal investigators. 

Considerable administrative planning has been accomplished ,i 
the |iant six months lo provide for the employim nt and oriental 
lonaj and teui- professional to carry out this work. During i 
months M Im~ been possible to employ a psychologist, a pediatrician, an* 

nutritionist on the professional staff to begin some of our initial w 
Se cr e t arial and clerical assistance has been obtained to provide 
the essential Information about our perinatal problems at Charity ||„. 
pita! to allow for productive planning of our future activities, t 

usaed illustrates tin. total obstetrical and pediatric experien 
to the perinataJ period at Charity Hospital during the last fiscal > 

To our Itnov his tabulation represents the first such listing of 

■ perinatal In Charitj Hospital and was collected • ■ 

number Of valid sources including the delivery room records, ti-. 
nursery records, and records Of the Pathology Department and Prwi 
I 'rogram. 

Providing that similar tabulations can bo compiled during th.- , 
ITS, It may be of some significance to compare such figures as 1 1,,. 
uirlty among white patients of S.7% compared with j 
Negro patients. The over-all hospital perinatal mortality i 



COLLABORATIVE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 177 

is one which collaborators In this program are striving to lower 
»l«rniricitnt!y. This S.2% hospital perinatal mortality rate reflects the num- 
ber <.f women coming to Charity Hospital for delivery who lose their 

ning, or in the several days following delivery; thus it is also 
r. r.-ired to as a percent of pregnancy wastage. In this case however, not 
Including the presumably high number of miscarriages prior to hospital 

Respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM T. NEWSOM, M.D. 

Project Director 

Collaborative Child Development Program 



178 



CHARITY HOSPITAL 



TOTAL LIVE DELIVERIES 



Dial 

Del. Died 

Room Hit. 



Sunriied 



Total 



5# 9 m. 


Negro 


5 


44 


9, 976 


10,025 


or 


White 





6 


1,007 


1,013 


over 


unknown 








26 


28 



.— 1967-1958 










Live 










Birtti 








Total 


Mort. 










Rite 


Fetus 






Rati 


fv 


to 


Still- 




Per 


Cent 


P. D. 


birth! 


Total 


Cent 


0.48 


_ 


78 


10,103 


1.3 


O.OB 


— 


11 


1,024 


1.7 


.00 


— 


— 


25 


.0 



4# 11 oi. 

thru 



NeEro 
White 
unknown 



8 
18 





62 

1,01® 
1 



70 

1.040 

1 



11.4 
2.00 
.0 



1.079 
74 

1 



5.6 

16.2 

.0 



2001 Km. 

thro 
2100 gun. 



Negro 
White 
unknown 



94 
6 



si a 

7 



6.1 
14.3 



li s 
10 



18.0 
40.0 



1501 urn. 
thru 

eeoo cm. 



Negro 1 gfl gig 
White — 12 17 
unknown — 



153 
29 



11.2 
41.4 



43 
I 



401 
32 



20.7 
4S.9 



1001 K m. 
thru 

1500 gm. 



501 gm. 

thru 
1000 em. 



Negro l 

White — 

unknown — 



Ni gxo 

White 
Unknown 



66 
4 



73 
6 



38 

4 



10S 
8 



S3 



63.8 
50.0 



88.0 

100.0 



43 
4 



— 40 

— 2 



143 
12 



74.3 
66,7 



91.9 
100.0 



E00 nil. 
and 
ten 



Neero — 1 2 
White _ 1 
unknown — 



12 

1 



100. 
100.0 



95 
9 



107 
10 



lOB.O 

ioo.o 



unknown 
weight 



T 

o 

T 



Negro 1 

White 1 

unknown 



32 
7 
6 



35 

8 
6 



8.6 

12.5 

.0 



36 
8 
t 



11.1 
12.5 



Grand ToU] 12 297 12,622 12.931 2.4 104 280 18.316 5 2 

Negro 11 269 11.487 11,757 2.3 96 263 12,105 S.l 

White 1 38 1,103 1.142 3.4 a 27 i >]78 64 

unknown — — 32 32 — __ ' S2 — 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 



179 



ANNUAL REPORT OF MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 
July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

ADMISSIONS 

WHITE Males Boya Female. GiHa Total 

1957 

July ci:r. Z52 804 186 1,908 

AuKiist 602 190 787 169 1,748 

September 60S 216 723 162 1,699 

608 189 7B2 166 1,715 

November 565 808 677 tfiO l.ooo 

r 549 182 633 155 1.519 

Sub-Total 3.59$ 1^237 4,376 978 10,189 

1958 

January 725 234 761 185 1.905 

February 593 204 5!H 162 1.553 

h 663 aur, 699 165 1.733 

|] 567 245 856 '■■■'• 1.624 

426 149 534 120 1,229 

June <*j 171 526 128 1.258 

,1 3,405 1.209 3.770 916 MOO 

nl Total 7,003 M«i 8.148 WM 19.488 

COLORED 

1957 

July 696 978 2,492 851 5,017 

August 656 1,023 2.596 889 5,114 

r 653 978 2.281 795 4.707 

704 992 S41 4,888 

r 678 880 8,088 780 4.426 

tnbar _&J3 _8S7 2,111 797 4,338 

,1 3.930 5,738 13,924 4,903 88.495 

•gro 

January 685 924 3,886 866 1.800 

February" 589 788 1.883 688 3,948 

March S33 1.941 988 4,074 

743 884 1.747 559 

529 628 L662 868 3,378 

........ ....... 419 696 L7M 623 MOO 

Total TV* ^ 11,320 3,933 8M8S 

I 7.5B8 :90 25,244 SljMS 



SUMMARY 



White 

Male AdUlt- 7.003 

2,446 

J"!" 

Olrls 1 ' 8 " 4 . 

■ il lfl '* 89 



Colored 


Total 








12,736 




33.390 


8,838 


10,730 


81,988 


71.417 



IS<I 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-195S 



DEATHS 



WHITE 



E 

IS5T 

July 73 

Auffujt 57 

September 48 

October 62 

November . 56 

December .. ..... 81 

Sub-Total 877 

ISM 

January 72 

February ..... 57 

March ii.( 

April 47 

May 4$ 

..Mir!'- ..... >- 

Sub-Total 381 

Grand Total 708 



S S 



10 
it 



6 
13 



44 

:,:; 
83 
M 
41 
58 



4 

9 

B 

ID 
8 




57 254 49 



IS 
4 

5 

a 

8 
8 



so 

87 

3-1 
?2 
30 
28 



Hi 
3 
6 
4 

7 



131 
132 

98 
109 

111 

186 

7:17 



145 
103 
110 
79 
91 
SI 



44 303 41 619 
101 _467 90 1,388 



COLORED 






46 
42 
63 
52 
60 
55 



41 
87 

is 

32 
21 



1 

i 

L. 



05 
88 
41 
48 
52 
6E 



■- 

a 



22 
22 
21 
20 
IS 
26 



& 



H 



164 
189 
188 
1S6 
162 
166 



67 
63 

84 
58 
30 

87 



12 
16 
16 

a 

27 

24 



73 
88 
49 
54 
42 
48 



27 
15 
23 
21 
IE 
29 



179 
148 
142 
156 
123 
158 



DEATHS WITHIN 48 HOURS OF ADMISSION 



O 

f- 



295 
291 
256 
Z45 
278 
322 



828 175 819 128 948 1,682 



324 
251 
252 
236 
214 
249 



334 118 324 130 906 1,826 



657 293 643 253 1,851 3.207 



, , 12 Hrs. Z4 Hrs. 

J " ly 52 a* 

Au * 08t 65 34 

September < 6 30 

October S4 n 

November 63 w 

December 67 40 

Sub-Total ,"337 tM 

J"" 1 " 1 '*' 45 as 

February 45 gj 

March .. . ~...... 42 21 

April 41 21 

May 32 17 

June 50 29 

Sub-Total 255 188 

Grand Total 892 344 













8 Hrs. 


48 Hrs. 


Tut.il 


48 Hrs. 


Total 


6 


13 


106 


IS9 


298 


6 


10 


114 


177 


201 


8 


9 


93 


163 


256 


7 


11 


99 


US 


245 


IS 


7 


112 


161 


273 


13 


8 
58 


128 


194 


322 


51 


6.-2 


1,080 


1,682 


10 


9 


92 


232 


324 


3 


1 


76 


178 


251 


8 


6 


77 


176 


252 


S 


S 


75 


160 


235 


8 


10 


67 


147 


214 


5 


5 


89 


160 


249 



47 



II 



36 



476 



g. 94_ 1,128 



1,049 
2,079 



1.625 
8,207 



MEDICAL KECORD LIBRARY 



1S1 



MONTHLY STATEMENT 



a. 

■ 
o 
I 

1957 

July 711,477 

AurusI 70,600 

mli.i- 67,477 

October 71.139 

November 69.250 

December 64,368 

Total 413.311 

1958 

January 73,188 

February 63,798 

March r 

\!<nl 64.679 

May 67.249 

June 51.549 

Sub-Total 380.311 

Crand Total 793,622 



m 

a 
a 

> 
< 



it 

a 



2.273 
2,177 

2,249 
2,295 
2,308 
2,076 



2,381 

2,279 
2,256 
2, 1 M 
1,847 
1,718 



E 

-u 

< 



6.S125 
6,8*2 
6,106 
6,608 
6.026 
6,867 



It 

• s 
00 



6,259 
B.S38 

5,969 
6,319 
5,830 
5,826 



a 



296 
291 
256 
245 
273 
322 



1,240 
1,307 
1.2 18 
1,228 
1,120 
1,202 



* 



131 
153 
111 
117 
130 
146 



6,705 
5.501 
5.S07 
5.253 
4,607 
4.756 



e,es7 

5.246 
5,638 
5.214 
4,835 
4,432 



324 
251 
251 

235 
214 
249 



1.171 
978 
872 
700 
757 
934 



uo to 



30 
28 
32 
26 
29 
15 



13,478 38,684 37.116 1,68? 7,316 788 160 



131 
96 
95 
96 

96 
121 



23 
21 

17 
25 
23 
24 



12.614 32.733 31,422 1.625 5.412 634 133 



26.092 71.417 68.538 3.207 12.727 1,422 293 



COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 



July 1, 1956 to June 30, 1957 

AiliniMxlunn 75.052 

Dtscb&ryea 72,399 

'»■ it Its 3,001 

Kfrlhs 12.796 

1 '"rimer's Cases 1,81)4 

Ital Days 880,853 

I '.-illy Average 2.413 

Nt minima 306 



July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

Admissions 71.417 

Discharges . 68.538 

Heaths t.207 

Births 12.727 

Coroner's Cases 1,422 

Hospital Days 793.622 

Daily Average 2.174 

Stillborn* 293 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 

Males Females 



Gr. 

1957 White July Aug. Sept Oct, Now. Dae. Total July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total 

Under 1 year 9 7 5 4 3 11 39 4 8 7 9 6 7 41 80 

1 to 4 years 123310 10 01 20227 17 

5 to 9 years 1 1 1 2 3 6 

10 to 14 years 0211o04 00110026 

15 to 19 years 1110104 01 100137B 

20 to 24 years 21 11005 11 11015 10 > 

25 to 29 years 1101003 10000236^ 

30 to 34 years 0010102 11100368^ 

35 to 44 years 3 J 04 34 18 2 C 3 1 5 2 19 37 *"* 

45 to 54 years 12 8 7 IS 9 11 tj 3 6 3 2 4 3 21 S3 X 

55 to 64 years 18 II 10 8 9 11 G7 6 6 3 6 7 9 36 103 O 

65 to 74 years 23 22 17 15 25 32 134 11 11 8 10 9 9 58 192 % 

75 to 84 years 
85 to 94 years 

95 & over 

Unknown years 

Total 

1958 White 
Under 1 year. . 
1 to 4 years .... 

5 to 9 years 2 

10 to 14 years. . 
15 to 19 years. 
20 to 24 years. 
25 to 29 years. 
30 to 34 yearn . . 
35 to U yean.. 



23 


22 


17 


15 


25 


32 


134 


11 


it 


8 


10 


9 


9 


58 


192 


10 


9 


6 


12 


6 


18 


61 


12 


18 


10 


5 


14 


16 


75 


136 


2 


1 


3 


4 


2 


5 


17 


6 


4 


1 


6 


2 


6 


24 


41 






































1 


1 


1 


1 





1 





1 





3 


1 





1 











2 


5 


83 


70 


56 


69 


62 


94 


434 


48 


62 


42 


40 


49 


6J 


303 


737 


10 


3 


4 


4 


6 


7 


34 


10 


4 


6 


2 


6 


9 


37 


71 





1 





1 


1 





3 





2 





1 








3 


B 


2 


1 





1 


1 


1 


6 











1 


1 





2 


8 














1 





1 











U 











1 


2 


2 


1 








1 


6 





1 


1 





1 





3 


9 


2 














1 


3 


3 





1 











4 


7 


2 





1 





I 





3 








1 





] 





3 


E 


I 





2 


1 


1 


1 


f 





1 








1 





2 


8 


4 


1 


4 


1 


1 


1/ 


I! 


2 


I, 


3 




3 


A 


14 


25 


10 


7 


4 


r J 


1 


M 




1 


3 


6 


2 


3 


4 


25 


77 






SS to (4 years. . . 
(6 to 74 years . . . 
T5 to S4 years. . . 
85 to 94 }•• 

96 ft over , 

Unknown years. 



19 
II 

2 





Total 85 

Gr. Total 168 



It 
II 
16 


1 

61 

131 



14 

L'l 

13 
3 
2 


69 

125 



7 
1C 

in 
3 



53 

122 



10 

11 

I 

6 



54 

lie 



7 
4 
12 
5 


a 

53 
147 



H 

76 

20 

2 

1 

376 

809 



S 

8 

IS 

6 

1 


60 

10S 



7 
14 
10 






42 
104 



7 

19 

3 

4 






41 
83 



e 

n 

3 
1 






35 
55 
46 
II 

1 




HI 

122 

35 

3 

1 



26 
66 



37 
86 



100 



244 619 

547 1356 



MALES . . . 
FEMALES 
TOTAL 



809 
547 



.1356 



M 

O 

o 

> 



o 

o 

s 

E 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 











Males 














Fema 


M 






































Gr. 


1957 Colored 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov, 


Dec. 


Total 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct, 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Total 


Total 


Under 1 year . . . 


33 


30 


■>'t 


IE 


St 


17 


150 


21 


20 


17 


16 


ll 


24 


109 


u ■". ft 


1 to 4 years. . . 


■I 


3 


4 


3 


1 





13 


2 





3 


2 


3 


1 


11 


L'4 


B to 8 years . . 





1 


2 


1 








4 





2 


1 


2 


1 


3 


9 


13 


10 to 14 years. . . 


1 


1 


2 





1 





5 





2 








2 





4 


9 


IS to 19 years . . . 


1 


1 


1 











3 





3 





1 








4 


7 


20 to 24 years . . . 


1 


3 


1 


3 





4 


13 





1 


4 


1 


4 





10 


23 


25 to 29 years . . . 











3 


1 


2 


6 


2 


2 





1 





1 


6 


12 


30 to 34 years. . . 


1 





4 


1 


1 





7 


3 


4 


1 


4 


3 


3 


18 


25 


35 to 44 years. . . 


6 


8 


5 


7 


7 


6 


38 


11 


6 


4 


6 


13 


9 


49 


87 


45 to 54 years. . . 


14 


7 


9 


6 


10 


11 


57 


12 


4 


9 


10 


12 


10 


57 


114 


65 to 64 years. . . 


S 


9 


14 


7 


17 


16 


71 


11 


7 


6 


T 


9 


13 


53 


124 


b;> to 74 years . . . 


S 


9 


2t 


10 


17 


10 


75 


Hi 


19 


15 


13 


6 


14 


77 


152 


Y» to 84 years. . . 


5 


6 


7 


10 


a 


8 


44 


3 


6 


2 


a 


6 


8 


30 


74 


85 to 94 years. . . 





1 


3 


2 


i 


■» 


9 


1 


3 











3 


7 


16 


S5 & over 


1 














1 


2 





1 














1 


3 


Unknown years. 


1 

















1 


1 











I) 


1 


2 


3 




M , 


^_ 


. , 


, 


_ 


. 


, 


— 


■ 


. 


-^— 


' * 


' 


^^^— 







87 


79 


afi 


OS 


92 


76 


!:>-, 


77 


80 


u 


68 


70 


90 


4 17 


945 




. 


, — 


— 





— , 


— ► 


— — - 


— 





- — ■ 


— 














1958 Colored 
































Under 1 year. 


10 


12 


15 


so 


21 


22 


100 


21 


16 


1 


IS 


10 


24 


107 


207 




1 


t 





1 


5 


1 


10 


3 





3 


2 




2 


14 


24 










1 


2 


1 


1 


5 


3 





2 


1 




1 


8 


13 


10 to 14 years . . . 


1 


4 


1 











6 








2 


n 




1 


4 


10 


15 to 19 years, . . 


. 


2 





2 


1 


2 




2 













2 


5 


12 


20 to 24 years. . . 


. 


1 





3 













1 





1 




1 


4 


8 


35 to 29 years . . . 


. 1 


I 





X 





1 




3 


1 





u 




1 


6 


10 


30 to 34 years. .. 


. 1 


2 


2 





1 


1 




4 


2 


1 


2 




g 


12 


id 


35 to 44 years . . . 


. fl 


6 


7 


9 


a 


7 


11 


I 


4 


g 


3 




:» 


29 


60 


45 to 54 y< 


10 


I 


10 


II 


>■> 


a 


M 


10 


a 


u 


I 




x 


62 


ft 


CS to 94 yean. . . 


1* 


11 


6 




ii 




AS 




IT 




II 




14 


73 


130 






14 












20 




ii 


It 








178 



o 

- 
> 
W 

-J 

H 

X 
o 

03 

H 
> 

r 1 



■"■•■■■ " II I I <; *a \» ■< 4 u 4 v S 

*?? mer " " » t B t 2 

Lnknownynrs..^ 8 8 Q a Q On 

Toud -_^ _™ _70 ^81 jw "Tl *4S2 m~ ~VL ~~n ~^ ~7f «4 ~Hi>k 

Or. Total ..,,,.166 154 169 149 1S8 ^7 JM :: 153 IS M? m JflT ~9n7 IgBl 

MAXES 950 

FEMALES ........ ....Y..V... Ml 

TOTAL 1851 g 

r 

B 

*> 

r 

w 

H 
o 
o 
SO 

c 

r 

I 

so 



ise 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 



REPORT OF THE STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT 



la 

Alli-n 

Ascension . 

11m . . 

Ilia . . 

■ ■1' . . . . 

■ > . . . . . 
• -ieu .. 

Caldwell 

I on . . 
Catahoula , 

CUUtX 

ordla . 



186 

66 

973 

760 

176 

33 

2 

8 

12 

305 

IB 

U 

30 

1 

127 

4 

East Baton House 4,803 

Carroll 

Baal l'Vliri;ttl:i 











on , , 



25 

576 

174 

42 

19 

262 

828 



G.051 

Jefferaon Davta 61 

Lafayette ., iki 

Lafourche 1,190 

]li 

1 11 v 

Lhrlnf ■ 34; 

Madtaoa 30 

Morehouee 31 



Natchitoches 

Ouachita 

Plaquemines 

Pointe Coupee 

Rapides 

Red River 

Rlchlnnd 

Sabine 

St. Bernard 

St. Charles 

St. Helena 

St. James 

st. John the Baptist 

St. I „indry 

St. Martin 

St. Mary 

St. Tammany l 

Tangipahoa t 

. s 

Terrebonne j 

Union 

Vermilion 

Vernon 

inpton 

Webster 

Waal Baton Rouge 

West Carroll 

Waal Feliciana 

Winn 

Orleans 39 

i States j 

Foreign 

Unknown 



14 
t* 

HI 

5*4 
lit 



Ml 

It* 
21* 

M 

SM 



HI 

M 



Total 



RECAPITULATION 

mi 39,568 

Louisiana , 30, 503 

■r States 1,288 

Foreign 50 

I'nhnown 18 






71.417 



MKDICAL RECORD LIBRARY' 1ST 



RECAPITULATION 

• maliilng at beginning of year 2,047 

AilinKslons , , , . .... 71,417 

■■■' n malning at end of fiscal year 1.719 

hospital days , 793. B22 

ot stillborn* , 293 

'< and desert long , 68,538 

3,307 

th rate..,. -1.47% 

, , 3.02% 

Ber 1,422 

l>»lly Average. , 2,174 

I , 1,875 

J l>y. Submitted by, 

LAINH WILLIAMSON /a/ EDDIE V. COOKSEV. CRL. 

Williamson Eddie V. Cooksey 



L88 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



SERVICE REPORT OF THE RECORD LIBRARY 

Annual Report luly 1957 Thru 1958 

Taken from Admissions 





in. 


TUL 


TOL 


TIL 


LSI' 


LSU 


lsi; 


LSI" 


I Nil 


inn 


INP 


IND 






WM 


WF 


CM 


CF 


IVM 


wr 


CM 


IT 


WM 


ni 


m 


CF 


Total 


Arddenl and 




























Admission Room.... 


u 


11 


20 


22 


14 


12 


25 


IS 


9 




ii 


7 


till 


Contagious . 


m 


158 


521 


115 


188 


148 


516 


sea 


10 


22 


22 


26 


2.60O 


Dental Sottas 


















111 


90 


193 


101 


691 


Diwriataloay 


60 


48 


36 


44 


51 


46 


39 


39 


36 


28 


26 


33 


4 Si; 


Fracture , 


1 


1 


2 


1 


88 


52 


87 


64 










28 S 


f !yn^nl«t> _ . . . 




201 




904 




419 




1.373 








647 


3,817 




11 


17 






i , 


20 






154 


298 






517 




739 


540 


82 T 


897 


820 


570 


7B6 


34,5 


374 


884 




(OS 


7.47a 


Neuroloay 


ITS 


US 


3-vj 


193 


127 


1 •HI' 


133 


127 










1.261 


Neuro Surtcrj 1 


70 


41 


T8 


26 


6B 


30 


63 


24 


42 


10 


41 


20 


513 


New Boms 


303 


291 


2,715 


2.1139 


293 




2,864 


8.821 










1X888 


Obstetrics 


_. 


i;sm 


..... 


5,361 




565 




M8I 




434 




S.T01 


IB, 705 


Ul>hthakinlr»l3' 


114 


81 


185 


122 


109 


74 


161 


128 


01 


38 


71 


74 


1.21S 


OrUiopcdles 


253 


HI 


:;:i: 


31 a 


243 


148 


341 


225 


181 


83 


Ifl 


112 


2.11.1! 


(HoUnncotOfj 


189 


153 


237 


336 


211 


179 


237 


356 










1 .858 


Pediatric! ... 


80S 


221 


720 


60S 


374 


206 


77-J 


916 










8,818. 


PUstlc Surcery 


28 


a 


32 


32 


40 


28 


47 


42 


4 




2 


•> 


L!S<) 


Polio Cmtcr 





i 


8 


1 


1 


3 




1 










10 


Premntores ... 


14 


22 


!",l, 


161 


s 


14 


181 


202 










75-J 


Premature Station 


63 


n 


60 


79 


40 


S8 


74 


93 










SOB 


Pochlatiy _ 


300 


m 


165 


161 


308 


118 


145 


133 










1,853 
477 


rtailiun Room 


44 


a 


15 


gg 


47 


40 


10 


38 


18 


11 


10 


64 


ToeraWf Humeri- .... 


ESS 

3E 


439 
IB 


643 
52 


833 
23 


662 
65 


614 
10 


1,120 
85 


1,071 
28 


S74 
15 


371 
3 


524 
20 


656 
11 


B.06S 
378 


Tiih'rruln'ji-i 


81 


:;ii 


92 


« 


102 


28 


72 


36 










481 


I r ■ ■ L- 


332 


128 


543 


175 


271 


82 


409 


93 


133 


52 


225 


38 


2,491. 


TOTAL 


3.H7 ! 


J,9!5 


7,851 


18,885 


4,128 


4.089 


K.2M 


14.570 


1.17.; 


1,922 


1.710 


0.080 


71,417 




: 


' 


• 


^^^= 


. 


^^= 


^^= 







, 





. 





DEATHS 12 YEARS AND UNDER 



I'iip t>i Cardin 

Vascular Disease . .„_.., 

Doe to Malignancy., 

hue to Popuionnla... .-,..,. 
Due to Renal 

Disease 

Due to rtdfsa. 

Accident and 

Violence „.. 

Doe to TunerrnlMls. 
BtillhtriB 3 



U 



47 



45 



41 



25 



203 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 



189 



DEATHS TAKEN FROM DEATH LIST 
(Autopsies in Bold) 





TWL 


TUL 


Til 


TIIL 


LgD 


LSU 


LSlt 


ISO 


INI) 


IND 


IND 


IM> 






WM 


WV 


CK 


t'K 


WM 


WF 


CM 


cr 


WM 


WP 


I'M 


<r 


Total 


Accident ud 


3 


2 


12 


7 


3 


3 


9 


9 


1 




8 


6 


61 


AtmiaUm Boon 


IT 


ID 


21 


n; 


15 


12 


21 


20 


4 


1 


14 


9 


139 




E 


4 


19 


10 


4 


5 


26 


23 


3 




3 


3 


10S 


fyfflltffMt 


9 


10 


22 


15 


T 


9 


29 


28 


4 


1 


5 


7 


148 




Dentil Snnejj 


"""" 


* 


*"***"* 
















' 
















1 










1 


1 


3 


Ilcrmitol'jiy _ 










1 


1 











1 


2 


s 




1 


1 






1 


2 


1 












6 


Frartnro 


2 


1 






4 


3 


4 












14 






1 




11 




1 




6 




1 




9 


29 


Gynecology *., . 




3 




11 




2 




11 





3 




12 


42 


1 


Inti/mary 




















1 








6S 


55 


34 


79 


72 


55 


76 


82 


31 


20 


30 


45 


697 


Medicine 


140 


87 


148 


130 


192 


:< 


132 


142 


63 


r,i 


as 


87 


1,303 




5 


3 


4 


6 


2 


Z 


2 


3 










27 


Neurology ,. 


10 


3 


B 


7 


3 


4 


2 


8 










42 




2 


4 


1 


4 


2 


2 






1 






2 


18 


Xtnro Surjay ...... 


9 


i 


12 


8 


LI 


s 


10 


1 


11 




4 


3 


H 




3 


3 


19 


20 


5 


4 


20 


21 










95 


New Buna 


1 


a 


19 


11 
5 


5 


4 


20 


21 

1 








'l 


»T 
7 


Obstetria 









a 

l 










2 








2 


10 

1 



























„ 




Ophthalmolog)' — 


.. 








i 







1 







l 






3 




7 


6 


1 


3 


3 


5 




1 


1 


3 




2 


32 


(IrUnipeoJcs 


15 
2 


9 


2 

i 


3 

1 


2 


13 


2 
1 


3 
1 


7 


8 


1 


1 


71 

a 


utoliryngoloiy - 


1 




i 


1 


:: 




'i 


4 










18 




10 


11 


24 


17 


Id 


16 


20 


19 










m 


Pediatrics ..... 


III 


18 


J7 


19 
3 


19 

2 


17 


2B 

2 


2o 











153 

7 


Pleslle SiutOT — 










4 


3 


3 


4 

1 










, 


14 



















.... — 


. 








1 


I'nlin Ceota 


6 


7 


63 


42 


2 


£ 


1 
52 


48 










1 

222 


Prenituns 


7 
9 


B 

7 


S3 
5 


5 


2 
10 


a 

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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICE 191 



ANNUAL REPORT 

MEDICAL SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

This department provides services to the hospital patient who has prob- 

h ™ a a , ocIal nature wh »ch are complicating factors in his ffineaa and 

-inch interfere with or retard his response to medical or paychlatrlc care. 

,yi "' N '" v; "-y i" compIeaciOy and seriousness, from simple 

HJiich are readily resolved to those which require frequent contacts over 

long periods of time. Depending upon the elreutu work may be 

nil y ^ V he patItnt 1 " 1 ' 1 1,is family; in many . however, other social 
S". '" "?* community are involved. Each ease is considered on an 
"« virtual basis, from the point of view of the nature of the problem, the 
aoatty of the patient and his family to handle it, ond of resources outside 
ramlly which may be twoughl into use. In each, the objective is to help 
ttte p&ttent ot find some solution to the problem, or at least to make the 
beat possible adjustment to it. Such a solution might lie m helping with 
iwrsonal or family adjustments, or in material help through resources Within 
ine department, or through cooperation with another social agency With 
»uch i. patient is able to make fuller use of the medical care offered 

oy the hospital. As a result, he and his family may be enabled to make 
a speedier return to a more productive and satisfying lif>.. In many In- 
:l of obstacles to treatment will mean that the course of 
we patients treatment will be shorter and smoother, permitting more rapid 
turnover or patients, and promoting more effective patient tare. 

Services to Patient* 

Altogether 40,613 patients were given help through this department. 
This represents an Increase of 3,293 over the preceding year. Of 
number of patients served, a permanent record was Kept for 9,687 patients 
>t 1329 over the previous year. The decision as to when. 
.nent record will be made depends upon individual case situation. 
I» many butane**, where a brief service is given, and it Is not antieh, 

further assistance will be needed, or where the Information collected 
th< patient is not considered to be of future value should the patient 
'-turn to the hospital at a later date, it is not considered to be econ<e 

p . permanent record. In the Instances in which continued help over 

i periods of time la needed, a recorded narrative ■ ridings, of 

r's evaluation or the situation, and of the steps taken to relieve 

mlal part of the helping process. The fad thai there was 

iportlonately larger increase in the number of i.e., , v be 

taken as a general indication of an improvement in the quality of work, 

since the oases which are recorded tend to be the ones in which more 

thorough study, evaluation and treatment are given. 

With the recognition that statistics alone cannot accurately reflect 
the quality or the exact volume of work in this field, the following 
figures tire given to Indicate some of the types Of tangible services given 
patients, and the number of contacts required to complete the service. 



192 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1057-1058 

Contacts with 

Patients or in behalf 

Areas of Casework Service Served of patient* 

Nursing cure in the home 642 716 

Child Placement 367 :,:;! 

Placement In nursing home , S43 1248 

Financial aslstance 1311 1423 

Homemaker service 41 58 

Vocational rehabilitation. 207 321 

Shelter Home Care 114 lis 

Appliances and .Medication 1891 

Transportation B12 401 

Hospitalization & other medical procedure.. 511 607 
Interpretation & planning with personnel of 

facility re.: patient's social situation 771 911 

Interpretation of patient's medical-social 

situation to other agency 671 895 

Interpretation to patient group 721 jsdt 

Unmarried mothers served 48 1 1 _> 

Another type of service is more directly related to facilitating medical 
plans for patients. In this category is included securing social histories 
to aid in diagnosis, home studies preparatory to discharge, and Intake 
Interviews for the purpose of screening patients for acceptance in the 
psychiatry clinics. 

Referrals for service are encouraged from hospital staff, and during the 
current year accounted for 13,076 of the total number of patients brought 
to the attention of the social workers. Other sources of referral were: 
Department of Public Welfare (3,389), other agencies in the community 
(2,160). In 21,988 cases the patient applied independently for help, or his 
was pointed out by a member of his family, his employer, clergyman, or 
other interested individual. 

Geographically, the patients seen in Social Service are distributed 
throughout the State, but as would be expected the largest number Is con- 
uted In Orleans Parish. A total of 22,128 patlenta came from this parish, 
while 18,011 were from other parishes throughout the State. In addition 
to these, 476 patients from other states were Berved, since Charity Hospital 
does render some emergency treatment to non-residents. 
Use of Funds 

The department has at its disposal several funds which can be used 
to meet the emergency needs of patients. The amount of money available 
Is small, and therefore only urgent, short term needs can be met. In in- 
stances In which a patient needs financial aid over longer periods of time, 
or in which a large amount of money is Involved, the patient is referred 
to the appropriate agency In the community. The funds used by the de- 
partment, except for the Patients' Welfare Fund and the Insulin Fund, 
are from special bequests, or from private donations. The amounts of money 
available from each fund Is listed below. 

Fund Amount 

Stauff> i -Kastwlck j 4,800.00 

Patients Welfare , 1,200.00 

Weil Convalescent 36o!oo 

Insulin Fund 4,800.00 

American Cancer Society 1,156.06 

Special Donations 112.00 

Total $12,428.06 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICE 193 

The largest demand for expenditures from these funds was for medi- 
cation. Although no definitive si inly o{ this problem has been made, it seems 
obvious that there ts a large unmet need In this area. The problem is 
growing more acute as more and more patients are being treated on an 
out-patient basis, and as the cost of the drugs is so high. The following 
table shows the numbers of patients helped through the use of the funds 
available to the department. 

No, of Patients Amount 

Medication 73S4 * 8,310.25 

Transportation 494 801.00 

Maintenance 28 148.50 

Appliances S73 1,561,90 

Total B2T5 $10,821,65 

The total amount of money available was Dot expended because there 
are restrictions on the use of some of the funds. For example, the largest 
i»"tunffer-Eastwick Fund, can he uned for white patients (inly, and many of the 
private donations are specifically for children. 

Eligibility Determination 

The unit of the Social Service Department which is responsible for 
screening patients for eligibility consists of nine interviewers, and is admin- 
istered by one of the case work supervisors. With this number of workers 
it Is impossible even to approximate complete coverage of all of the patients 
applying for treatment In wards, clinics and accident rooms. Altogether 
13% of the total number of patients were interviewed. The following shows 
the number of patients interviewed, according to service, and the number 
of patients found to be ineligible: 

Number Number 

Interviewed Ineligible 

Clinics ■•I"' U8J 

Wards MM 739 

Accident Rooms 20.551 4,633 

Total 29,611 7,113 

Staff 

The department, when fully staffed, consists of 56 workers: a director, 
6 supervisors, 10 Benlor medical social workers. 13 beginning medical social 
workers. 4 senior psychiatric social workers, i beginning psychiatric 
workers, 1 clerical supervisor, and 13 clerical workers. In the professional 
staff there has been an average of 11 vacancies. There were 9 resignations 
and 8 repl during the year, but some positions remained vacant 

In the clerical staff one position has remained vacant, while there were 6 
resignations and 6 replacements, The high proportion of turnover and 
vacancies has limited ttie amount and quality of work performed, but as in 
previous years the shortage of qualified personnel and the comparatively 
low salary scales has made it Impossible to maintain a full staff. 

MHH.-AM 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ MARIGAYIJH ir. HART 
Marlaayle H. Sari 



I9 * CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 



ANNUAL REPORT 

MEDICAL AND PATIENTS' LIBRARY 

July I, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

Staff 

^i,Jt he Te 8*}*r library staff appreciated the help of a total of f 0l 

with thTbook° tf"k °" e hundred and lhirte en hours and a half on the wards 

Reading Room Activiliss 

th„ J > !' e , a ! ;t ! ndance In the » br ary remained high. The library benefited br 
of varfout t,Zf Z ° f * »?*** ° f A "<"°-D!*est Tapes with medical l... 
hi vtlZJ . lBld »- « was given by the Scherlng Corporation. The serl. 

Chvt , thousand dollars when complete. The tape recorder was »u*- 
w,Jhf »i. Plores and approved by the Medical Committee to b» 

renfir w,^ . m °, ney tr0m tbe Hpn <^rson Fund. A room formerly used to 
lectures ' '" UMfl by lhe staft aa a P rHate ™ m to "■»«« tl > th * radical 

relnJ wit? « diCal a " d * ,rofeBK '«na] "a" enjoy the library very much. Th( ,, 
come tatl ,7 U i r b0Ok or scan the ma "y magazines tor recreation. Thev 
IvTry way me<llcal Journa,s « »°°*a- The doctors are assisted "i 

Ward Round* 

marines Ir^/T,^ t0 , he,p the P* 1 *****' m ^ale are made. Books and 
teero aVe tr a m Bf f w U " y ??**** before beln * emulated on the wards. Volun- 
IZn ™. * ,! bef0re be!n|f sent out al ° ne w »h the book truck. The library 
servlco^ on S ' "T"" 1 Md ' 8 e!ven «»P«raUon with the many VRr io£ 
willing to help* Chaplains, Sisters, nurses and many others are 8 1I 

Donation* 

are ^LZIT^IT ^ d paper back b 00118 and man V °* the regular bound book* 
'" d °, h ' Ch are UBed on the ward - Professional and medtca.1 ^5 

lome hlJL T S ^* br ° UKht «"»*Mlne, and books to the library a. "J£i 

of doZLn 8UPP ' t>d - A " h * lp to make the llb «"-y a success. The m«JtortS 

pur?XTsend C rn e ia fr0t ? the ^ ° rleans ar * a but P B °«" e from th « 
pansnes send in magazines or books by mall or by automobiles. 



Statiitici 



VOLUNTEERS 113 iz nQU __ 

Circulation U3 * "° Urs 

J* 1 "* 7,809 

Reading Room ijoo 

17.509 

Attendance , 35112 

Acquisitions 

(bound volumes) 

Purchase , !25 

<31" .....! ]!.""!!! """"".'"" 328 

Respectfully submitted. 

Lily E. Twining, Librarian 



STORE ROOM DEPARTMENT 195 



ANNUAL REPORT 
STORE ROOM DEPARTMENT 
July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 



During the past year an additional Stock Clerk I has been added to our 
staff to keep a perpetual Inventory of all stocks received and Issued. 

A new electric lift delivery truek has been purchased for this department 
in addition to the old electric truck being overhauled. This has helped ex- 
pedite deliveries to the main and outlying buildings greatly. 

This is the third year whereby a certificate from the United States De- 
partment of Agriculture or a Louisiana Department of Agriculture must 
accompany all shipments such as eggs, fresh meats, fruits, vegetables and 
staple grocery commodities, as to guarantee of grade purchased by the hos- 
pital. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ LAWRENCE R. McNAMAKA, 
Lawrence R- McNamara, 
Stock Clerk IV 



1M i'ILMUTV Unul'ITAL- 1957-1958 



ANNUAL REPORT 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 19S7 to June 30, 1958 

JULY 1957 

Installed element* In traps. Dfbert Building. 

Renewed Ic* lUar. student Nur? . 

Repacked expansion Joints .>ti heating system. Std. Nurses Home. 

Pahr m, Basement .if Main Building. 

Palni.-I B -lain Building-. 

Replaced J 4 in 1-auniIry. 

Bull Premature unit. 

Built 24 woo,: it tins; Room. 

Installed if) new Form!. n tables. N ".nlng Boom- 

Installed cold water outlet on Lab. table. Virus Laboratory. 
Installed new hopper bowls on 4th. 6th nnd 8th Floors. 
Installed new *liow*r pan in ward C-804 of Main Building. 
Installed 2 new show.-r pans In ward C-SOSA of Main Building:. 
Constructed R metal framea for narcotic boxes, 7th Floor. 
Constructed 30 metal Infusion stands, Emergency Department. 
Constructed 60 wire handles for Housekeeping Department. 

And usual routine of repairs and replacements as called for on Pt 
tlons. Total amount of requisitions for July: 1421. 

AUGUST 1957 

Renewed 8" hot water line to heater. Powerhouse, 
-n-wed 4" hot water line to beatar, P u w e r fa ouse. 
Installed drinking fountain in ward C-300A in Main Building. 
Constructed metal Utility Table for Housekeeping Department. 
Constructed metal table for 3* casters, Outpatients' Department. 
Constructed 6 metal T.V. tables with 3" casters, Dlbert Building. 
Constructed 3 metal tables with 3" casters. Radiology 7 th Floor. 
Built 2 wooden cabinets for Dr. Fisher, Pathology Department. 
BuiU l wooden desk tor Sr. Clarissa In Housekeeping Department. 
Built 1 small wooden disk. Dr. Flores' Office Sth Floor. 
Built 2 wooden lockers in While and Colored Admitting Rooms. 
Installed acoustic celling In Dr. Flores' Office ath Floor. 
Installed Formica top on 2 tables, 3rd Floor of Main Building. 
Installed Formica top on table for Record Library. 
Installed Formica tops on 2 tables for Housekeeping Department. 
Fainted Bldg. Maintenance Superintendent's Office. 

And usual routine for repairs and replacements as called for on 
tions. Total amount of requisitions for August; 1B57. 

SEPTEMBER 1957 

Removed hand basin from corridor, 4th Floor Colored T. B. Building. 

Painted Basement of Polio Unit. 

Painted Nurses' DtnSng Room, Basement of Main Building 

Removed blanks and packed same in steam line, Main Building. 

l:< moved blanks and packed same In steam line, Student Nurses' I i 

Repaired 6" broken steam line in Valve Boom, Main Building. 

Benewed 2" steam pipe in Valve Room, Main Building, 

Renewed 2" steam line gaskets In East Wing, Main Building- 



MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 197 



Renewed discs in 1" steam valve, West Wing of Main Building. 
Renewed steam trap and valve under Boiler Room, Powerhouse. 
Renewed %" valve on steam line in Boiler Room, Powerhouse. 
Installed water valves for developing tank. Heart Station. 
Installed developing tank and lead line, Heart Station. 
Installed waste line for refrigerator. 11th Floor Center. 
Repaired broken water line behind marble wall In ward W-1104. 
Installed water line for A. C. tower in Basement of Polio Unit. 
Built large wooden cabinet for Sr. Patricia, lath Floor. 
Built large wooden cabinet for Sr. Theresa, Dietary Department. 
Built steps and railing for 264/266 Walnut Street property. 

And usual routine for repairs and replacements as called for on requisi- 
tions. Total amount of requisitions for September: IBIS. 

OCTOBER 1957 

Re-built Brick stack of Incinerator, rear of Warehouse. 

Installed Ice-cube machine, Dibert Building, 3rd Floor. 

Installed three new burners in Incinerator. 

Rerouted 4" vent line in Incinerator. 

Installed a" valve on hot water line In trench by Isolation Bldg. 

Installed rinse valve on dish machine, Main Kitchen. 

Installed heating system in Hot House, rear of Std. Nurses' Home. 

Installed 6 new expansion joints in steam trench, Sisters' Home. 

Built "L" shaped cabinet for Sr. Patricia 12th Floor. 

Built large work table for Auto-Garage. 

Built large bookcase for Purchasing Department. 

Built wooden desk for Housekeeping Department. 

Constructed metal table with shelves. Anesthesia Department. 

Installed electric wire, etc. in Pathology Department. 

Installed receptacles and cables in X-Ray Department 7th Floor. 

Painted exterior of 264/266 Walnut Street property. 

Painted Living Rooms and Dining Room, Sisters* Home. 

And usual routine of repairs and replacements as called for on requisi- 
tions. Total amount of requisitions for October: 1802. 

NOVEMBER 1957 

Repaired 6 treatment tables tor Housekeeping Department. 

Repaired flat work ironer, Laundry. 

installed 7 fluorescent fixtures in Miss Mariano's Ofl 

Installed new operating lights, 12th Floor. 

Installed 220V outlet in Valve Room, Basement of Main Building. 

lied r> lavatories, 1st Floor Clinic White Side. 
Installed i Developing Tanks, 1st Floor Accident Room. 
Installed 1 Developing Tank, 1st Floor Colored T. B. Building. 
Installed ice-water machine, 1st Floor Colored T. B. Building. 
Installed waste line for refrigerator, 9th Floor Colored side. 

•vfil plumbing fixtures from garage at 264/266 Walnut St. property. 
Built radio eabinet with casters, 3rd Floor of Mate Building. 
Built 5 wooden benches for Emergency 1'nlt 1st Floor Alain Building. 
Installed Formica tups on i tables for Record Library. 
Built 2 glass enclosed Bulletin Boards. 11th Floor Main Building, 
Installed 1" hot water line from heater to compressor. Powerhouse. 
Installed 6" discharge line from Sump Pump. Powerhouse. 
Installed 1" regular steam valve on Sterilizer, Dibert Building. 

And usual routine of repairs and replacement as called for on requisi- 
tions. Total amount of requisitions for November: 1801. 



1»S 



CHARITY HOSPTTAI, — 13"7-195S 



DECEMBER 1957 



Painted fj r . L'rhan's Office, Student Nurse* 1st Floor. 

Painted 2 Date Rooms, Student Nurses' Home 1st Floor. 
Painted Mrs. A. Muldrey's office, Student Nurses' Home 1st Floor. 
Installed new Operating Ughtn, U'th Floor of Wain Building-. 
Installed new Operating Lights, 10th Floor of Main Building. 
Installed electric wire. etc. In Emergency Boom, Main Building. 

lied ire crushing machine. 3rd Floor of Mnin Building-. 
Constructed wooden desk with Formica top. Dlbert Building. 
Constructed 1 Ampule Cabinet for Kmerg-enry Room 1st f: 
Erected g metal dressing carts, ! Central Service. 

Erected metal truck to station. 

Repaired broken steam line in attic of Observation Boom. 
Repaired sewer line In basement of Main Building. 
Repaired 4" drain line and 4" soil line in Powerhouse. 
Blanked main steam line in boiler. Powerhouse. 
Blanked feed water lines to boiler. Powerhouse. 
Installed new float valve In PowerbQUM 

And usual routine of repairs and replacements as called for , 
ttons. Total amount of requisition.', for December: 1453. 

JANUARY 195B 

Painted Assembly Boom. Student Nurses' Home, 

installed electric wiring In Colored Food Service. Basmient of «» 

Building. 
Installed wiring, pipe an d phone lines In Compensation Office. 
Installed wiring for signal lights, 3rd and 4th Floors Color, 
fainted new Insurance Office on 1st Floor of Main Building. 
Installed 6" air chamber for hot water line, trench at Colored T. B 
Installed 2" air chamber for hot water line, trench at Colored T. B 
Installed new lines on ice water chiller. Student Nurses' Home. 
Installed dish washing machine, Colored em: I lining Room 

Installed new developing tank. X-Knv 1st i-'l Center of Main Buildlo* 

installed 4" hot water valve in basement of Main Building. 
Installed 2" hot water return valve, Student Nurses' Home. 
installed i" hot water valve in tronch at Isolation Building, 
installed pipe railing for stairs, L'nd floor of Colored T. B. ButlcU nK 
Constructed metal counter 2' x 8' for Colored Food Serv: 
installed new cement flooring In Garbage Boom, Basement of M 
installed new partition (leatli in X-ltny Colored side 1st Floor Mn.it: 

And usual routine of repairs and replacements as called for on reoui* 
lions. Total amount of requisitions for January: 1868. 

FEBRUARY 1958 

Painted Delivery Room. 10th Floor of Main Building. 

installed receptacles and cable in attic of Main Building. 

Painted Main Kitchen, Basement of Main Building. 

installed necessary wiring, etc. In X-Ray Boom, 1st Floor Main Bide 

installed necessary wiring, elc. for X-Ray machine. Dibert Bide 

Painted Colored Food Service, Basement of Main Building. 

Kemoved electric wire and fixtures for contractor on Tth Floor. 

Removed old and installed new Golden Anderson valve, Powerhouse 

installed pilot light line to new Golden Anderson valve. Powerhous. 

Removed steam lines to bedpan sterilizer. Wards C-702 and C-703 



MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT 199 

Constructed metal scaffold with rollers, Paint Shop, 
Built wooden cabinet for Medical and Surgical Office. 

And usual routine of repairs and replacements as called for on requisi- 
tions. Total amount of requisitions for February: 1525. 

MARCH 1958 

Painted Admission Bath, Basement of Main Building 1 . 
Painted White and Colored Admitting Rooms, 1st Floor of Main Bidg. 
Painted Post Office, 1st Floor of Main Building. 
Installed new wiring for X-Ray equipment. Contagious Building. 
Replaced night lights on 10th Floor of Main Building. 
Installed buzzer system in Prof. Students' Home. 
Lowered ceiling lights on 3rd Floor of Main Building, 
Installed 7 new steam kettles In Main Kitchen. 
installed 2 cold water lines for hose faucet, 1st Floor A. C. Unit- 
Installed 3 cold water line for hose faucet, 12th Floor A. C. Unit. 
Installed 1 cold water line for A. C. Unit, 6th Floor of Main Building. 
Constructed 13 metal window grilles for Colored Food Cervlce. 
Constructed 2 dressing booths, X-Ray Department White Clinic. 
Erected partition in X-Ray on 1st Floor of Main Building. 

And usual routine of repairs and replacements as called for on requisi- 
tions. Total amount of requisitions for March: 1802. 

APRIL 1958 

Removed waste and vent lines, White and Colored T. B. Bldg, 

Removed plumbing fixtures and capped lines In wall, W & C T, B. Bldg. 

Installed two developing tanks, Heart Station, 5th Floor. 

Installed mixing valve for Whirlpool. Polio Unit. 

Installed new electric cables in attic of Main Building. 

Removed 4 steam lines on 7th Floor of Main Building. 

Removed 4 return valves on 7th Floor of Main Building. 

Removed sterilisers on 2nd und 3rd Floors of White and Colored T. B. Bldg. 

Painted interior of Ambulance Drivers' Quarters. 

Erected stands for Bazaar, Student Nurses' Home grounds. 

Constructed 2 desks for Diagnostic Radiology Department. 

EDrected metal table for portable compressor. Outpatients' Dept. 

Installed new developing tank, 1st Floor Dibert Building. 

Ami u^ual routine of repairs and replacements as called for on requisi- 
tions Total amount of requisitions fur April: 1888. 

MAY 1958 

;red and installed switch and lights, Guard House in Parking Lot. 
Remove and re- vamped two V (ire lines on 7th Floor Main Building 
Installed conduit, pipe and cable on 2nd and 3rd Floors In Dibert Bldg. 

'led outlets and wire in Dark Room, X-Ray Dibert Bldg. 
Prefabricated 3" soft water lino, Powerhouse roof. 

Eiutejled new plumbing fixtures, 2nd Floor White and Colored T. B. Bldg. 
Repaired two (S) Fret-on Compressors, Equipment Ituom. 
Re- muted electrical lines for A. C. Unit In Boom 507 EBDM Bldg. 
Painted Employees' Dressing Room In Laundry. 

Installed B" expansion joint on steam line, trench at Sisters' Hume. 
Installed electric pump in trench at Student Nurses' Home. 
Installed rollers and guides for steam line, trench at Sisters' Home. 

And usual routine of repairs and replacements as called for on requisi- 
tions. Total amount of requisitions for May: 1580. 



•AIUTY HOSPITAL— l!ir.7-1968 



JUNE 1958 

Overhauled dish machine in Isolation Building. 

Overhauled dish machine in Dibert Building. 

Repaired 23 valves for heating system. Main Building. 

Rewired -Exit" lights on let floor of White and Colored T. B. Bl.l s 

Installed rollers and guides for tines in steam trench. 

Renewed and packed valves in Laundrv. 

Removed 11 radiators on 2nd and 3rd Floor White and Colored T 

Renewed 4" drain line from heaters. Powerhouse. 

Installed 8" soft water line. Powerhouse. 

Painted X-Ray Dept., Dibert Bldg. 

Built partitions on 2nd and 3rd Floor of White and Colored T. 

Built platforms on 2nd and 3rd Floor. White and Colored T. B, Bldg. 

Constructed 3 large wooden cabinets. "White and Colored T. B. BK 

Built 2 black boards for White and Colored T. B. Bldg. 

Built 4 Bulletin Boards, White and Colored T. B. Bldg. 

Constructed 12 new doors. White and Colored T. B. Bldg. 

Built 6 medicine cabinets, White and Colored T. B, Bldg. 

Constructed metal railing for Physical Therapy. 

And usual routine of repairs and replacements as called for on 
Hons. Total amount of requisitions for June: 1394. 



DEPARTMENT OF ENCSIXEEKIXtl Wl 

ANNUAL REPORT 

ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

JULY 1957 

Repaired governor on No. 1 hot water pump, repairs constat of a new 
diaphragm, all new fittings and resetting. Put 100 lb. Keg of Sanabrite chem- 

n air condition cooling tower on roof of Power House to prevent algae. 
Put 300 His, of anhydrous ammonia In Ice Plain system, repaired Nfo. 2 

Ic motor driven boiler feed water pump, metalixed shaft, trued same on 

Og ends of shaft, repli 6 all bearings with new bearing ends of shaft, 

i 'placed all bearings with new bearings. Installed Klackson horn on cooling 
tower fans on ice water and tee plant system for safety warning conditions. 
11' pairs were made on (he No. 1 Friek Freon Compressor in Equipment En- 

Room In the Main Building that refrigerates the storage boxes and milk 
rooms, reseated all valves and packed same. Repaired motor and cheeked 
on condensate pump in Student Nurses' Horn., Ran Murray Turbo 
Generator semi-monthly without load 28" Vacuum Ok. 

AUGUST 1957 

Repaired automatic air purger on the No. 1 Worthlngton Freon Com- 
>i- in Power Utilise, repaired pully on chemical pump, rebored and 
bushing to fit same. Shut down plant for repairs, repaired broken 
drain line under the banquette on Fren t Street Bide of Power House, packed 
n the top of No. 2 boiler, cleaned No. 2 cooling tower control- 
ling cool water for the Ice Plant and Ice Water system, changed oil cooler 
with emergency spare cooler, changed old osed oil with new clean nil In the 
Worthlngton Centrifugal Freon Air Condition Compressor, Repaired 
ii Is Compressor in the Ice Plant, repairs consist of raetallzed and 
rings on the 5" exe.entrie crank shaft, replaced all bearings, main 
bearings out board bearings, connecting rod bearings, new piston pin bushing 
and pins, new safety head assembly and valves, new piston compression and 
• ill rings, new conductor rings and contact points, new carbon brushes for 
BUS motor. Compressor completed, operating oh Repaired elec- 
trical conti : i'Ui No. 1 and No. 2 nlr compressors. Repaired two ice 
mills In Dlbcrt Building. Repaired sump pump in Engine Room In the 
Studem Nurses' Hume. Repaired sump pump in Power House. Installed new 
bearings and cleaned strainers. Ran Murray Turbo Generator semi-monthly 
h Ithou cuum 88" ok. 

SEPTEMBER 1957 

paired oondensor pumps for ice water system on Mezsaalne Floor in 

removed old deteriorated lee water unit from the Engine i 
In 8tudent Nurses' Home preparing to install new unit when it arrives. On 
the date of B/18/57 Mr. Denz representing the Murray Turbine Corporation 

d to survey and make necessary repairs on the 1000 K W Murray Tur- 
i.ine Generator with the assistance of the employees in the Power House. 
parts wre ordered through the Equitable Equipment Co. Distributors, repairs 
and material consist of replacing carbon springs, erabon rings, carbon - 

• spring sleeve bearings, governor shaft thrust hearings, governor 

shaft bearings, cleaned condensor, changed oil 100 gallon capacity, repairs 
i on the date of 10/1/57, ran and tested turbine, repairs satis- 
factory, 28" Vacuum. Hand hole and man hole plates were remove,: 
l boiler so repairs could be made to same. Contract was awarded to Thus. 
Hooley & Sons Contractors to remove all old tubes, replaced with new 



202 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957- 195S 



h^ff' , < 5f lked st *y b ° n * Interior and exterior, Install new baffle walla and 
name tiles, scale interior and exterior of the drum and tube aheeta. The* 
necessary repairs were recommended by the Insurance boiler inspector h 
«ti ,\ I as:e ,? J,d service of the boiler. Installed a new temperature oontr- 
switch in walk-in cooler in the Contagious Building. 

OCTOBER 1957 

i.n'f R * ePELir , ed York tube ,ce ma chine in Dlbert Building, Installed eleel 
m» h i electrlc w eWing machine in Power House. Installed new tnterto 
™7.i -,? , Armstrong low pressure trap connected to the Laundry HeaL" 
replaced drain lines on hot water and feed water pumps. Put 100 lb 
Wlh / w al ln coolin <r tower on roof of Power House to prevent al* 
w ids. or anhydrous ammonia In Ice Plant system, repaired Mason 
v,7,i£f . on N0 ' 1 boUer ' put in a new diaphragm and genera 

v. ,"*' , tf^r" 1 governor on No. 2 hot water pump, rebored fly M 
:„,. h , t „ on ret riseratlon compressor, made and Installed new 1. 
<v «. Vt * el was very looae ' repaired 3" and 4" valves on line 

I^Li . 3aundry water softeners, packed stuffing boxes on -on. 

oensate return pumps In tunnel of Main Building to Power House, i, 

Wnt-riTr . J from waIn alr line to unlt that controls unit controls o» 
\\ orth mgton Centrifugal Air Condition units, this line will he used or 
emergency use, or when repairs are made on the Brunner Air Conu 

««tii ™™fii W "? l i ly USed to com Press air. Ran Murray Turbo fienor. 
.-emi- monthly without load 28" Vacuum Ok. 

NOVEMBER 1957 

,„„ Installed 2-1" ammonia expansion valves and renewed extra heavy 
rJfrtS t * t0 eoolers ™ ">e ice water system in l-mver Hu, 

r ingerates water for x-ray and drinking water purposes, packed ntuffll 
rmwJ, Tv, condensate P«mps in Student Nurses Home, repair.'.! all 
ffliir^. . f 1 " WhUe boUer was under repairs, repaired ice dump and 
thm.J,»M *. ' C eaned wate r liHer in ice plant, removed all Kravol. , 
T"** replaced same, repaired chemical pumps that deli v. 

Cornorltmn " ^ T* ° f n/2C/ST a Mr - Gre >' representing the W,„,i, 
3 ration sta «-ted inspection on the No. 2 Worthington 500 H.P. ££ 

ZTlZlt T"? thB aid of the employees in Power House, repair* < 
wirh L [eplaclng leaking shaft seal with new seal, replaced thrust ; 
with new bearing, both bearings were the property of the Hospital. 
Wnul, Ul ° Ven ln «3' at em, put new oil in gear box and main 

eomnrl»^ T ge !f U eom P r essor, cleaned all oil lines, greased ... 

?t™ TV ° r 3 days over the wee k end, stopped manually 
to tar™?? * Weather condlt1 ™*. When atmospheric wealh. 

,1'm/ , t ,° Start lhe c °™Pressor, it would run 3 or 4 mtnut«I 
" htM, "L air ° n the sea1 ' build U P head Pressure and kick 
Hstrmuto™ w,n Vh J *\ 8eal Was <* a "S*d, A. M. Lockett. the Worth 
. "^ Wl " bave to rectify these conditions. Repaired at, 

^L^t: a z^LZmVi compr6Baor3 - Ran Murray Turbine ' :<>r> -' 

DECEMBER 1957 

kets^f™ 1 ! sI * h K undre d and thirty hand hole round and pear snap, ., 
hSu? n * ^ aCk "' N °- * boiler > a "er repairs were completed bj 
«„,- L £ » r8, the No - X boile r waa tested with 200 lbs. hydros!.-,, ,,. ' 
1" ts/k? ?! Travelers Insurance Inspector, repairs were sue \» 

^n ™... d .° Wn Plant t0 bank a11 vaIve » on the No. 4 boiler, tbj 

nlaoTtl y *,rx, elVed WOrd that the boller Purchased by the Hospit.u 
Place the old No. 4 boller was to be delivered sooner than date per 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING ! 203 



notified. Shut down the Central AJr Condition system, cleaned cooling tower 
<>n roof of Power House, scaled and painted the four water softeners. 
Southern Scrap subcontracted by the Rittner Engineering Company started 
to demolish the old No, 4 boiler. Shut down plant to install a float valve 
on the new boiler deaerating feed water heater, the float valve on the 
heater when heater was purchased was too small to control water level in 
heater, installed prefabricated 4" feed water line leading from heater to 
pumps, Installed 6" drain line in basement of Power House replacing de- 
rated lines, Bep&Ired circulating ice water pumps that delivers ice 
water to Main Building for x-ray and drinking water purposes, repaired 
city water pumps in Eitulpment Engine Room in Main Building. Rati Mur- 
ray Turbo Generator semi-monthly without load 28" Vacuum, OK. 

JANUARY 1958 

Repaired sump pump in Power House, cleaned and painted boilers No. 1. 
No. 2 and No. 6. Southern Scrap completed demolishing No. 4 boiler. The 
power house door frame lending to the Freret Street entrance was slightly 
i;iil, repairs will be taken care of by the Insurance Company. Replace! 
control switch box and wiring for the No. 2 electric driven boiler feed water 
pump, replaced burnt wiring in the switch box for the No. l electric driven 
feed water pump, both boxes got wet from a bursting hot water line above the 
pausing the conditions. Put No. 1 boiler In service, everything ok. 
took No. n I. oiler out of service for general cleaning, removed old packing 
from stuffing box on the Vilter Ammonia Compressor In the Ice Plant, re- 
placed with new packing recommended by the factory representative, repaired 
bearings on motor for condensate return pump, replaced old oil with new 
oil on units in fan room on the 12th floor East and West side for the new 
Sir condition system, also steam cleaned the coils, removed section of de- 
teriorating ammonia piping in the ice plant, replaced with new extra heavj 
pipe cleaned Interior of No. r, boiler, repaired high and low safety w!. 
on the water column. Kan Murray Turbo Generator semi-monthly without 

s" Vacuum OK. 
FEBRUARY 1958 

I ompleted installation of the 6 ton-heat-X-Model drinking lee water 

tern in Engine Room at the Student Nurses Home that turn 
tng water throughout the building, unit operating sal 
red fork Ice Cube Machine on the 3rd Floor Dibert T.B, Building, ra- 
ti both eondensor pumps lor the ice water system, replaced deterio- 
rated stuffing box glands with new brass glands. 

the dale of 2/U/fiK Mr. Whalen representing Chi Worthington Cor- 
poration Inspected the No. 2 and No. ] Worthington Freon 500 ton each 
compressors In the Power House with the aid of the Engineering Employees, 
were found in the shaft seal and cover of the oil return float gasket 
both leaks were repaired on the No. 1 compressor, both lie. 
removed from the condensor. the tubes were punched and cleaned. t>"th 
ends, box end and rear end and heads were cleaned and painted Interior with 
col a nisi preventative, linement and equipment was checked 

..! material for the installation of the No. 4 boiler. Thomas 
Hooley Coat factors subcontracted with Rittner Engineering Companj 

llatlon of the No. 4 boiler, Installation started on the dale of ; 17 '58, 

i ,i heads from both ends of the condensers of the No. 2 Worthington 

..million Compressor, cleaned tubes and heads thoroughly and painted 

ad and heads with Debecote a rust preventative. Ran Murray Generator 

without load. Vacuum 28" OK, 



2<>i CIIAKITV HOSPITAL.— 1957-19 

MARCH 1958 

Shut down plant for repairs, installed 2-8* gate valves on the line I 
ing to the return water tank of roof of Power House, installed a 3" piux 
control valve that controls pressure on hot water line between make 
line and line delivering hot water to the outlying; building, inst. 
leaking valve on discharge line of electric driven reed water pump 
pairs can be made during day work, replaced gaskets on three steam V :< 
on high pressure line leading to pump, installed fabricated 1" copper tu 
connecting the Golden Anderson valve on make up tank on roof of p <; 
House to connecting valve on Mezzanine Floor. Repaired motor on i 
fan for center sterilizing room un IKth floor Main Building, removed oW 
packing with new packing In stuffing box on No. 1 ammonia comnr< 
on the Ice water system, flushed and filled the chill water from the n«« 
condition system three different times until the water cleared. Ft,- 
No. 1 condensor pump for the air condition system, removed old see 
placed with new seals, repaired drain lines, repaired No. 1 circulating ch:'.i 
water pump, replaced worn bearings with new bearings, replaced 
seals, rellned pump and motor which moved from linement causing bi 
to wear, cleaned oil coolers and non condensable purge units on both \\ 
Ington Air Condition Preon Compressors in the Power House. R, p 
both blow down valves on the No, 2 boiler. Put 300 lbs. of anhydrou- 
monia In the Ice plant. Ran Murray Turbo Generator semi-monthly with 
load, Vacuum 28" OK. 

APRIL 1958 

Repaired pressure reducing valve on the 10th floor delivery r 
condition system. Repaired armature on the exciter for the ice water 
tern, turned down the commutator, installed new carbon brushes 
York V.W. Ammonia Compressor In the Ice plant. Installed now shai 
and general check up, replaced old lubricating oil In base with 
cleaned hoth Laundry and boiler water softener brine tanks, clea 
from gravel, added 3 yards of %" gravel in tanks. James F. 0"Nell t 
struction Company started to dlsmatie the deteriorated deareatlng i\>. 
hot water heater, preparing for the Installation replacement of th< 
Cochrane heater on the Mezzanine Floor in Power House. Repair. 
No. 1 large Frlck Freon refrigerator compressor in the Engine Room 
Main Building, repairs consist of installing new piston compression ;. 
rings, new piston pins and bushings, new auction and discharge \ 
cranky shaft eccentric pins were trued and bearings spotted. Newman 
trie Company Installed 100 amp. switch in panel board controllini 
cooling tower for the ice plant, replacing 70 amp, .switch which 
small to carry the load, switch was received and Installed without , 
the Hospital because of installation error. Repaired electric In. 1st 
in the Ice plant, replaced broken spring and repaired clutch pi ti 
Murray Turbo Generator semi-monthly during the mouth without 
\ ..cuum 2S" OK. 

MAY 1958 

Repaired York ice cube machine in Polio Building, fabric: r 
to tie In the line from the water softeners that leads tu the h.»t 
heaters this will eliminate taking water from the heaters for 
water to boilers, which will be taken direct from the softeners piei 
fluctuation on pressure to the main and surrounding buildings. Put | 
motor starter on the air condition unit controlling the 5th floor Heart 
l '° "' c ' e " ned the alr condition units and controls that controls humid, 
the 9th floor Premature Ward. Repaired circulating brim- pumps thai 
livers brine from brine tank* to the ice storage room in the ice plant 
paired sump pump In Equipment Room in Main Building, replaced !., 



DEPARTMENT OF ENGINEERING". 205 

and copper float. Repaired Mason Neillon gas regulator on the No. 6 boiler, 
replaced sleeve valve and cleaned thoroughly the interior of the regulator. 
Repaired several 3" and 4" steam valves that were removed because of 
leakage, replaced old disc with new disc and reseated seats and tested same 
so they can be used for replacement when needed. Recharged the 6 ton air 
condition unit in the Electro Microscope Room. Repacked the stuffing box 
and recharged the Frick ammonia refrigerating unit controlling the harden- 
ing room In basement of main building. Installed a 5 ton Chrysler Air Temp 
Prcon Air Condition compressor In Dr. Flores Office that also serves two 
other offices, this Is a replacement of equipment that ivas installed in the year 
of 1945. Repaired steam throttle valve on the Murray Turbo Generator. 
Installed a temperature control switch on the T& ton G.E, air condition 
unit In the White Visitor's Food Service In basement of the Main Building 
Put my kegs of Sanabrlu- chemical in cooling tower on roof of Power 
" to prevent nlgea. The Chimney Engineering Service employees re- 
t and put two coats of insulation on draft stack (or chimney) for 
boilers adjoining the Power House. Ran Murray Turbo Generator semi- 
monthly without load, 28" Vacuum OK. 

JUNE 1958 

'Uaned and replaced filters for transformer vault in Power Sous*. Re- 
i No. 2 Frick Freon compressor in the Engine Room In Main Building, 
repairs consist of metullzcd and trued bearings on eccentric crank shaft, 
■potted and fit bearings for the shaft, replaced old with new standard 
compression rings, replaced old shaft seal with new seal, made and pressed 
new bushings on fly wheel, bore was too loose for fit on shaft, repairs com- 
pleted, compressor operating satisfactorily. Replaced oil with new lubri- 
cating nil in base of both vacuum pumps In the Engine Room at the Student 
Bome, heavy rain caused water to flood trenches and run in the 
Pita saturated motors and compressors. Recharged 30 ton Schnecko air 
Uon unit mi the 6th floor Drug Department. Put 100 lb. keg of Sanabrite 
ihi-nilcal In the ice plant and ice water cooling tower to prevent algca. Re- 
charged 5 ton Ynrk air condition unit In the Sister's Home. Shut down 
I Air Condition system to drain same so 4" inlet and A" outlet chill 
•Tatar lines could be welded to the 10" main lines on the 7th and 8th floors 
in the Main Building to distribute chill water for air condtion. Took No. I 
batter out of service to replace a leaking union on the automatic cope line, 
leaned and flushed Interior of the boiler. Removed gaskets on the 
NO. .1 holler Co have Travelers Insurance Inspector make the yearly Interior 
Uon, after inspection the boiler was cleaned thoroughly, gaskets re- 
placed, boiler ready for service. 

Replaced the 5 H.P. Brunnermatfc Compressor on the Heat-X-Model 

drinking w*t«f unit in the Student Nurses Bome, the compressor was under 

mty and replaced without cost to the Hospital. Shui down the plant for 

••inerR-eney repairs, a deteriorated 1" drain nipple broke on the main city 

line lending to the fire pumps In Engine Room in the Main Building, 

other repair* consist of installing 3" fabricated pipe line leading from water 

to the hot water deaerating heaters. Repaired 3" valve on high 

ire eteam line leading to boiler feed water pump. Repaired 4" vulve 

"iv ihe main feed water line to hollers. Removed steam receiver Cram present 

• •vv electrical switch boxes to avoid future tmublc from steam leaks. 

ed two leaking caskets on 4" steam line and packed several steam 

valves. Run Murray Turbo Generator semi-monthly without load, 28" 

Hffit OK. 

Tours truly. 

/s/ W. H. SUT 1 1 Kit I, AND, 
W. h. Sutherland, 
Plant Engineer 



206 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1957-1958 



ANNUAL REPORT 

LAUNDRY DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 



The Laundry has processed from July 1, 1957 through June 80, 1958 
the following, including all Wards, all Departments and all Buildings, 

TOTAL WEIGHT— 6,596,981 pounds. 



QUANTITY— 13,137,009 pieceB. 



Sincerely, 

/a/ C. J. ALLAIN, 
C. J. AUaia. 
Laundry Manager 



VOLUNTEER SERVICE 207 

ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

Total number of individual volunteers 2,364 

Total number of hours of service 63,423 

Volunteers registered for placement 787 

Organizations participating 71 

HOURS CONTRIBUTED TO HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTS 

Accounting 127 Nursing Service 1,764 

Admitting Room 1,369 Obstetrics 465 

Blood Bank 401 Layette Room (AWVS) 1,083 

I Honor Station 5,706 Orthopedic Wards 695 

Brain Wave Station 222 Pathology 61 

Central Service 3,091 Pediatrics -Feeders 1,194 

Guild Room 6,296 Recreation <NCJ~W) 5,411 

Reclaimed Gauze 14.523 Schoolrooms 78 

Pediatric TB Unit 220 

Personnel 31 

Pharmacy 2,549 

Post Office 60 

Psychiatry 1.03E 

Polio Unit 152 

Radiology 375 

Record Library 340 

School of Nursing 831 

Social Service 1,107 

Surgery Wards 73 

Volunteer Office 920 



Chest X-itnv 

Clinics 


661 


; & Colored TB 
Dietary 


532 
100 


Eleventh Floor 

Gynecology Wards 


171 
903 


LSU Research 

Housekeeping 


208 

11 

113 


Medicine Wards 

Muttlgraph 


102 



PROJECTS SPONSORED BY VOLUNTEER 
ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Revision of Volunteer Handbook 

Guide) Service for 56 Hospital Tours 

Annual Meeting presenting 133 Awards 

Volunteer Bulletin Issued quarterly 

196 Donations distributed and acknowledged 

Coordinated 30 Christmas activities for patients 

9 Orientation meetings for 121 new Volunteers 

1687 Radio spot announcements, 11 Newspaper Articles, 2 TV shows 

Conference of Friendly Vtaltora and Personal Service Aides 



*M -'HAUITY HOSPITAL — 1957-1958 



ANNUAL REPORT OF THE PEDIATRIC RECREATIONAL 
PROGRAM OF CHARITY HOSPITAL SPONSORED BY THE 
COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN, NEW ORLEANS SECTION 

The Pediatric Recreational Program at Charity Hospital, a i 
nated and sponsored by the New Orleans Section of the Council 
women. Is now in Its eleventh year. The Council continues to provu!. 
Director's salary, act in an advisory capacity, and helps to provide 
teers from their organisation. The Program is designed to care for tht 
emotional, ethical and recreational needs of the hospitalised child. 

PHYSICAL SETTINGS: The large and bright Playroom continue- 
well equipped with toys, games and recreational equipment. The Pl ; , 
is made more attractive for the children by the birds, fish, and p 
window boxes, and wall paintings. 

FINANCIAL: The Hospital assumes the responsibility for toys, 
recreational equipment which Is replaced and replenished from the bin- 
allowance. The Hospital also provides labor for repairs, maintenance 
service, office supplies, and the assistant directors salary. The X. 
leans Section of the Council of Jewish Women assumes full resjx.. 
for the director's salary as well as meeting emergency needs as they 

VOLUNTEERS: Volunteer participation continues to be a n 
and important contribution to the Program. During the past > , 
volunteers were active averaging 60 individuals per month, an incr- 
51 "Play Ladies" over List year. The Volunteer corp was corapri 
114 daytime volunteers. 47 night volunteers, and 43 volunteers who d; 
jobs for special events. During the fiscal year, these volunteers 
total of 5,411% hours. It is encouraging to note that the nucleus , 
volunteer workers continues to grow and the turnover is not as 

STUDENT NURSES: The student nurse training in pediatrics 
continues to be an Important phase <,f the work. 445 students rotating t; 
the Program and received 1,601 of experience and training. 

group of students is given an hour lecture by the director before p 
pating in the Program. The students are then assigned In small g 
regular recreation work with the children. At this time, they rec 
tional instruction and specifics in recreation, supplemented with : 
in simple arts and crafts. The students are supervised in play activii 
the children in the Play Boom, as well as those in the wards. This 
vision and instruction Is an additional staff responsibility and n 
consuming, but we feel that student participation has strengthened tl,. 
gram, supplemented volunteer shortages, and proved to be of gr. 
to the students. 

PROGRAM: The daily Playroom and ward activities are from 
to 11:30 A.M. and 2:30 P.M. to 4:30 T.M. On Monday and \v,.,[. 
evenings, the activities are from 5:30 P.M. to 7:30 P.M. The Playr,,, 
tivltles include free play, music, games, arts, crafts and story 
addition to this, the Program has the responsibility for all parties. ,, t -,, 
and recreational activities for the entire 9th floor. 

The ward recreation includes toy distribution, distribution of 
players, radios, television sets, movies, and bedside supervision ,,. 
and crafts with particular attention to Individualized needs. In th 
vacation craft classes for teen-age classes were resumed. 



PEDIATRIC RECREATIONAL, PROGRAM 



209 



VOLUNTEER TRAINING AND ORIENTATION: Volunteer training included 
orientation tor new volunteers and on-the-job training in various phases of 
the work. In addition to this, two arts and crafts clauses tor daytime vol- 
unteers and one class for the night workers were held to instruct them 
In the use of games, books, story telling, and movie equipment. In con- 
ti with this Instruction, professionals from the field of medicine and 
nursing addressed the group. 

PUBLICITY: Publicity for the year Included spot radio announcements, 
newspaper pictures and stories for the Easter and Christmas parties and 
for children form Charity Hospital on the initial children's show on W.W/L. 
In addition to this, television and newspaper stories for Council Carousel, 
New Orleans Council of Jewish Women's fund-raising event at Pontchar- 
traln Beach appeared. Newspaper articles also appeared for the following: 
Doctor's Orientation Tea, Arts and Crafts Training Course, General Meeting 
devoted to Pediatric Recreational Program, and Charity Hospital Annual 
rig honoring Volunteers, 

DONATIONS: We have been very fortunate to have received numerous and 
us gifts and contributions from interested friends and organizations. 
These gifts have been most helpful to the Program and enthusiastically 
ed by the children. (See list attached.) 

DONATIONS APRIL 1, 1957 — MARCH 31, 1958 

DONATIONS 
Baskets of candy 
Toys 
Toys 

Nativity Crib 
Thanksgiving party 
Parasols 
Flash Light set 
Candy sticks 
Toys 
Thanksgiving party, stuffed toys, 

cookies 
Oscar Mayer show 
Toys and Marlonei I 
Shrine Circus 
Kleenex, moth brushes & paste, 

apples, balls and Jacks 
View Master Projector & reels, 

mm ii- film 
Toy animals 
I in !|. ,u.-i n tray favors 
Books 
Games and toys, repairing record 

plaj 
Scrapbooks 
Honks, scrapbook kits, Christmas 

cards, oasti 
Terry Cloth slippers 
Phonog r n ph records 
Books 
Bird Cage 
Donation of money 
Color books and paper dolls 



DONOR 

Hyiii-s School 
M.iiHon Blanche Co. 
A. L. Shu.sluin Bros. 

'•'rank Majoli 
Dr. and Mrs. David Ileiman 

Mr, Harold Mickey 

i rine Woodfin 
Mis Maurice Levy 
Mrs. Birdie Williams 
Kvangellcal & Reformed Churches 

Mr. Edward Krueger 

ii Blanche Co. 
Jerusalem Temple 

Home Baptist Church 

i lew Botany <:ulld 

Miss Anna Marls Vorwakamp 
A. J. R. Cross 
Parkview Baptist Chapel 
Mr, -nut Mrs. Jimmy Heymann 

Mrs it, Jr-rmunson 
Mrs. "W. J. Henry 

Delta Women's Club 

Mr. I. airy McKinley 

Mis* Jeanne Crozat 

Mrs. Luis Legglo 

I.e. J. J Weil 

Mr. Maurice Roufa. I>a. News Co. 



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CHAHITT HOSPITAL— 1S57-1958 



DONOR 
Sgt. Eugene Alexander 
Mrs. L C. Cullom 
Mlsa W. Claarsen 
A. J 

Mr. Wood row Fogg 

Mrs, L. p. Dm 

Mr. Jimmy Hcyioann 
Mr. Kenneth Hughes 
Mr. and Mrs. 4 jn <T 

MUs Kathy Brawner 

Lucy Linden 

Mr. Clarence Crabtree 

Mrs. Gordon Isaacson. Lake view 

Methodist Church 
Children of Good Hope Pres. Chur. 
Mrs. George Bis*., 
Brownie Troop No. 581 
Judle am! Donald Adair. Linda 

Blalock, Patty Eknreu 
Dr. and U man 

Miss Donna Lawrence 
Delta Visual Co. 
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lelsner 
Mrs. Clifford Fenner 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyer 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown 
Mrs. Henry Rosenfeld 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Meyer 
Mr. Eugene Pope 
A. J. R. Cross 

Margaret & Mary Dee Ganucheau 
Mr. Armand Michel 
Mrs. Joseph Stanley 
Mrs. A, Schmidt, Brownie Troon 

No. 237 
Mr. Johnny Jones 
Mr. Henry Cabrera 
Mrs. Vernon Kennedy 
Judy & Donald Adair, Linda Blalock 
Patty Habeeb, Lee Howell 
Mr. Woodrow Fogg 
Mr. Henry Dupre 
Dr. David Helman 
Girl Scout Troop No, 188 
Bumbo the Clown 
Wbolworths 
Judlces Bakery 
Morgan & Lindsey No. 69 
Morgan & Lindsey No. 63 
Sears Roebuck & Co. 
Gentiliy Woods Women's Club 
Girl Scout Troop No. +42 
Girl Scouts District No. 5 
Girl Scout Troop No. 520 
Junior League Puppet Show 



DONATION 

Repairing movie films 
I.©an of movie films 

rlc Football frame 
«h of July tray favors & 



"ere' 



iron 

, i ion of carousel and hist 
. of toys 
dring radios and record pi 
Plastic toys, games and boo: 

Paper <l"lls. color books, craj • 
animals 

Hooks 

Kn<Ho- phonograph 

Yarn toys 

Gift bags, packages and hai:- 

1'iii Ball Game 

, candy cups 

View :r| d rolls of film 

i contributions for equips 
Dolls and beads 

Loan of Motion Picture Films 
Musical instruments 
Battery powered car, and ; 
Money donation 
Money donation 
Books and records 
Moii. y donation 
Funny hooks and magazine^ 
Candy cups and party caps 
Phonograph records 
Comic books 
Dolls 

Dolls and ov.11 clothes 

Show 

Repairing television sets 

Marionette 

Movie reel and viewers 

long Cassidy movie 

Donation of carousel and his, t: 
Easter Party 
■ r Party 
Scrapbook kits 
Ballroom animals and show- 
Easter favors and candy 
Easter cakes and baskets 
Easter candy 
Easter candy 
Easter candy 
Doll clot: 

■ baskets filled with can.lv 
Easter tray favors & jelly b©j, 
Easter baskets 
Puppet Show 



PEDIATRIC RECREATIONAL, PROGRAM 



211 



DONOR 

A. .1 R, CrOSS 

Mrs. Ralph Logue 

Bi< -nvllle School Rm. 107 

Girl Scout Troop NO. 650 

United Daughters of the Confedercy 

Chapter 72 
Brown's Velvet Ice Cream Co. 
Universal Merchandise Co. 

Mr. Jimmy Heymann 
.Mrs. Arthur Meyer 
Mrs, Merle Morrow 

A. J. R. Cross 

Church of the Holy Comforter 

Sawyers Inc. 

!■'. W. Woolworth Co. 

Beta Alpha Chapter of Alpha Iota 

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Heymann 

Mrs. George Trudetl 

A. J. R. Cross 

Mrs. Charles Kahn 

Mrs, Gabriel 

F. W. Woolworth Co. 

-Mrs. Lloyd Marks 

Misses Miriam and Rose Levy 

Mrs. Herman Stern 
Mrs, Dlyals Tulller 
St. James Junior PHA Chapter 

st. James School 
Junior League Repair Shop 
\, .1. II. Cross 
P, Homemakers of America 

m Roebuck Export Station 
Musicians Onion Local tM 
l.s.tT. Phi Chi Wives 
age book clot 
Capdou High School 
Mrs. N. D. Teltlebauni 
Hobby Shop N.C.J. W. 



DONATION 
Easter basket tray favors, jelly 

beans 
Toys, games, books and records 
Easter hats and candy 
Easter baskets 

Cars, trucks, boats and planes 

Ice Cream 

Dolls, stuffed animals &. Easter 

baskets 
Repairing radios and record players 
Contributions lor toys & supplies 
Paper dolls, color books, crayons & 

stuffed animals 
Party favors 
Terry Cloth slippers 
Repaired vlewmasters 
Gifts, candy, pumpkins and cats. 
Scrap book kits 
Party 
Costumes 
Valentine favors 
Y;il. mine party 
Toyi 

Candy and favors 
Toys 
Construction paper, paste and cards 

for scrap books 
Cards and sample books 
Gifts 

Stuffed animals 

Puzzles 

Party hats 

Scrap books 

Money donation 

1 lunation of jazz band 

Bobby Horses 

Books 

Wash cloth, slippers and gift balls 
Wash cloth slippers 



All parties, programs, gifts and contributions are acknowledged by the 
director of Pediatric Recreation. 



212 CHARITY HOSPITAL,— 1957-1958 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD WORK 

July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

Wrapped Applicators l , 

Amputation Sponges 53l*3oo 

Compress Dressings GG;< 

Central Service Sponges 

&"»:«:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 21 i:t% 

Tracheotomy Dressings) 25*485 

Specimen Tags 28 , 

™>»t*™ 1.104.000 

futures for Operating Room 8.;. 

Fluffs 

Dr. Owen's plain gauze 

£2fS* ■■■•• 6S2 -°°« 

Mesh Gauze »i .„.. 

***■■ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ill: 

Colostomy Pads . . 13 300 

Perineal Pads V.'.'.'.".'.'.','.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.... . 

Wire Baby Applicators 1 1 ' 

TOTAL 6,970^883 

Surgical Dressings from 1913 to June 1957 91.S80.047 

GRAND TOTAI^June 195S "^USSoTsio 

Meetings , 460 

Attendance 4 716 

l-ollowing are some of the activities of the members of the Charity 
pital Guild Tor the Hospital and the patients. 

Fifty-eight layettes were made and given as needed, also a large j, 
or used clothing, new and used shoes, books, magazines, scrapbookx. 
puzzles, games, and toys. 

At Christmas, several hundred dolls and toys were given to the eh 
on the ninth floor, also to the children in the contagious, Polio, and 1 
cu ar wards. The party was given by Mrs. Walter Grunning. Chairruun 
dtjil and toy Committee. 

At Christmas and at Easter, a party was given to the Tubercular 
ren by the colored willing workers of the Guild. 

Special attention is given to the John Dibert male patients by tl le M«T 
noli.-i Branch of the Louisiana Sunshine Society, of which -Mrs. .],, 
hnakeriherg is President. This Society gives two parties a y,.„ 
patients. At Christmas, each patient receives two T shirts and other 
and at Easter, they receive Easter eggs and fruit. These patients ri > 
ceive four pounds of coffee weekly from this Society. During the y 
gave phonograph records, magazines, and fifty decks of cards. At 
they gave to the Orthopedic patients one box of oranges and one bo 
apples, This group comes weekly to help make surgical dressings in the 
and to make baby garments. 



GUILD WORK 313 



Four parties were given by the Guild members to the Golden Age Ladies, 
who come weekly to make surgical dressings. 

Guild Counselor Sister Margaret 

Honorary President Mrs. C. Warren Gilmer 

Secretary Mrs. Arthur Bernard Brown 

CHAIRMEN IN CHARGE OF MEETINGS 

Monday Mrs. George Chehardy 

Mrs. Arthur Esler 

Tuesday Mrs. Joseph N. Dazet 

Mrs. Joseph Snakenberg 

Wednesday Mr*. .T<«eph N. Dazet 

Mrs. John D. Nix 

Thursday Mrs. Leopold P. La Poutge 

Mrs. Samuel L. Ebeling 

Friday -Mrs. John D. Nix 

Mrs. George Chehardy 

i luiirman of the Doll Committee Mrs. Walter Grunnfng 

Chairman of the Layette Committee Mrs. Charles Richard 

Thursday Chairrinin of the Colored Group of the 

Sarah Brown Unit No. 6 Mrs. Evie Rosette 

Wis wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all the members of the Guild, 
as well as to the outside units for helping to make this past year a successful 
one. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ MRS. C. WARREN GILMER. 
Mrs. C. Warren Gtlmer, 
Honorary President 

/s/ NELLIE BOUDREAUX, 
Nellie Boudreaux 



- u CHAHITY HOSPITAL— 1357-I9DS 



ANNUAL REPORT 

RECLAIMED GAUZE UNIT 

From July I, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

Reclaimed Gauze Sponges madt and wrapped 151.095 

New Sponges made and wrapped , 107,000 

>'■ iv rjAuze Sponges wrapped 981,000 

Gauze Stretched on Boards 968 

Gave Cancer fJruup 13 bags p] 

Gave Brain Wave. 14 ban.- 

Gave Sister Supervisor for Operating Room "• 1 basrs pi 

"White and Colored Volunteers 2,382 

tiirl Scouts. , 1858 



CLASSES FOR CONVALESCENTS 215 

ANNUAL REPORT 

CLASSES FOR CONVALESCENTS 

Classes for Hospitalized Convalescent Children 

Sponsored by the Orleans Parish School Board 

July 1, 1957 to June 30, 1958 

CLASS FOR CONVALESCENTS (W. 900) 
Instructor: Selma K. Fasting, B.A., M.A. 

Enrollment Soys Girls Total 

' Total Enrolled During Session hi 109 250 

2. Average Dally Enrollment 10 S 18 

CLASS FOR CONVALESCENTS <C. 900) 
Instructor: Luella G. Cavalier, B,A. 

Enrollment Boys Girls Total 

1. Total Enrolled During Session 55 48 

2. Average Daily Enro1lrji.nl 8 7 

POLIOMYELITIS UNIT 
Instructor: Philo F, Jackson, B.A., M.A. 

Enrollment Boys Girts Total 

1 Total Unrolled During Session 3 2 5 

\v rage Daily Enrollment 3 14 

JUNIOR HIGH FOR CONVALESCENTS 
Instructor: Philo F. Jackson, B.A., M.A. 

Enrollment Boys Girls Total 

1. Total Enrolled During Session 117 R3 180 

2. Average Dally Enrollment. 6 3 9 

Respectrully submitted, 

/a/ SELMA K. FASTING, 
Selma K. Fasting, 
Teacher- in-Charge 
Classes For Convalescents 



CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1967-195S 

ANNUAL REPORT 

POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 
July 1, 1957 — June 30, 1958 

The Polio Center, located in the Lapeyre Miltenberger I 
lescents occupies second and third floors. Second Floor is used for 
and iron lung patients. Third floor Is (or convalescent patients, ana 
at the present time. 

Thita year a tut:il of thirty-seven patients were admitted with u >: 
<ensus of thirty-seven in September nineteen hundred fifty- 
the total admissions, twenty-nine were diagnosed and treated for i 
litis Five admissions were non-polio, and three were post-polio rendm 
There were seven respirator cases and two deaths, one of which was non 

July 30, 1957 a student nurse education program was instituted n 
Polio Center. Every two weeks five Charity Hospital students were i 
■r instruction in patient care and use of the numerous pieces of in 
meat. This program was discontinued in November 1957 \\h- 
census of six convalescent children made it impractical. 

During this year, the interior of the entire bunding was painted, and 
large air-conditioning units were installed on second flour. In 
summers, cooling patients In iron lungs has been almost impossibl. 
these new units relieve this discomfort very well. Future pat 
sure, benefit physically and mentally by tiu-lr use. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ Z. E. OOUKI.IIV 

z. e. Souriey. R.N. 

Assistant Supervisor 



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