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Full text of "Charity Hospital Report 1958-1959"

REPORT 



ON 



CHARITY HOSPITAL 
OF LOUISIANA 



AT 



NEW ORLEANS 



JULY 1, 1958 TO JUNE 30, 1959 




LEO J. KERNE, M.D. 

DIRECTOR 







HIS EXCELLENCY EARL K. LONG 
Governor of Louisiana and Ex-officio 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 









^t 


j 


L 



GEORGE VAN KUREN 





MARTIN 0. MILLER, M.D. JOHN E. CLAYTON, 





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





LOUIS E. THOMAS, JR. LUCIEN T, VIVIAN 

Member Board of Administrators 




RUFUS LANDRY, SR. 




DONALD C, OSTER 
Secretary-Treasurer 




MRS. ILA H. SLATER, R.N. 




MRS. JAMES O'CONNOR 




Aerial View of Charity Hospital Group (Circle) Made in I940 



BOARD OF ADMINISTRATORS 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1959 



Hii 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 James 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 Mn. James O'Connor 

Honorable Warren Rous set 

Honorable Mrs. Ila H. Slater, R.N. 

Honorable Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 

Honorable George Van Kuren 

Honorable Lucien T. Vivian 



COMMITTEES 



Finance 

Louis E. Thomas, Jr., Chairman 
William H. Cook, M.D. 
Lucien T. Vivian 
Mrs. James O'Connor 
Rufus J. Landry, Sr. 
Warren Routsel 
George Van Kuren 



House 

Lucien T. Vivian, Chairman 
George Van Kuren, Vice-Chairman 
James M. Ciaravella, M.D. 
John E. Clayton, M.D. 
Mrs. James O'Connor 
Ila H. Slater, R.N. 
Louis E. Thomas, Jr. 
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. 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS — (Continued) 



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



ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH DEPARTMENT 

Richard Aihman, Ph.D., Director 
Loui» Levy, HI, M.D., Assistant Director 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

Nathan H. Pointer, M.D., Director 
Mary Bacharach, R.P.T., Supervisor 



DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIA 
John Adriani, M.D., Director 



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



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



POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 

Evelyn Go u Hey, r.n„ Assistant Supervisor 



MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARY 
Eddie V, Cookicy, Librarian 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 
Marigayle Hart, Director 



PHARMACY 

Sylvia Ching Binr, Chief Pharmacist 



ADMITTING ROOMS 
Margaret Carre, Clerical Supervisor 



SISTERS' DIVISIONS 
Si»ter Margaret Callahan, R.N., B.S. 

12 



HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTAL STAFFS — (Continued) 



NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

Sitter Laurence, R.N., Director 
Willie Mask, R.N., Assistant Director 



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



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



OPERATING, ACCIDENT AND CYSTOSCOPIC ROOMS 

Sitter Mariana, R.N, 
Sitter Patricia, R.N. 



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



DIETARY DEPARTMENT 
Sitter The re. a, R.N., Director 



HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 
Sitter Claris**, R.N., Director 



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



13 



OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 
AND STAFF ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

October 1958 to October 1959 

W. R. Akenhead, M.D., Ex-Officio Member 

V. J. Derbies, M.D., President 

J. H. Seabury, M.D., Vice-President 

Malter A. Salatich, M.D., Secretary 

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

J. C. Decuers, M.D, 

John Adriani, M.D. 

Oscar Creech, M.D. 

MEMBERS OF THE QUALIFICATIONS COMMITTEE OF 

THE STAFF ADVISORY COMMITTEE OF THE 

CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 

October 1958 to October 1959 

V. J. Derbea, M.D., Chairman 
Matter A. Salatich, M.D. 
J. H. Seabury, M.D. 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL 
RESIDENT STAFF 

July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 

Richard Clark, M.D., President 
Robert Turner, M.D., Vice-President 
Sheridan Shirley, M.D., Secretary-Treasurer 

OFFICERS OF THE CHARITY HOSPITAL INTERN STAFF 
July i, 1958 to June 30, 1959 

James E. Weilbaecher, M.D., President 

Key David Mc Murrain, M.D., Vice-President 

Einmett E. McCool, M.D., Secretary-Treasurer 



14 



L PARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF 
July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



Rank 
[CINE, TULANE UNIT 

Cecil r;. Edwards, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Mi' I ii.ua 1,1 1'iH-. .\ili 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

bard Bellinger, M.D 2nd yr. 

Harry V. Toffee, M.D 2nd yv. 

1st yr. 

rliur K. Wong, Mli 2nd yr. 

ill Franklin, MJD ....2nd jr. 

rray P. Sbeviok, M.D 2nd yr. 

!"iik I,, Hansen, M.D 2nd yr. 

IhI yr. 

aald Ruber, Mil 2nd yr. 

■•ti P. Bland, M.D Isl yr. 

Robert li Sparks, M.D 1st yr. 

I;. Qantt, M.D 1st yr. 

H. Jenkins, M.D 1st yr. 

rltnn Lanier Carpenter, M.D istyr. 

I Billings ley, M.D 1st yr. 

William .ledin O'Shaughnessey, M.D. ..1st yr. 

trice A,. Pearl, M.D 1st yr. 

George \. Neder, M,D 1st yr. 

MEDICINE, LSI' 1'XIT 

Harold M. Vom, M l> 3rd yr. 

ntel n. Mattson, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

' ■ • I Ford, M.I i 3rd yr. 

Helen EC, Van Foesen, M.D 3rd yr. 

Oeorga I,. LeBeau, M.l> 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

.,t Kiihti. M.I! 3rd yr. 

Jamaa Edgar Band, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

\I. .J. Jumonvillo, Ml) 3rd yr. 

Ortba .1 Barnette, M.D 3rd yr. 

Robert !.. Fager, M.D 2nd yr. 

.rnhii S. Nrn-11, M.H 2nd yr. 

,u s Ward, M.D 2nd yr. 

ibert I*. Blankenahlp, M.D 2nd yr. 

Morton Solomon, M.D 2nd yr. 

John !■:. Snlvaggio, M.D 1st yr. 

Walter L. Prlckett, M.D 1st yr. 

Robert C, Judlce, M.D. 1st yr. 

i H Irving. M.D 1st yr. 

Charles L. Chlng, M.D. 1st yr. 

Willi,- Leon Stertsi, M.D. 1st yr. 

irlos H. Banov, M.D. 1st yr. 

John Firestone. M.D .1st yr. 

Arnold, M.D. 1st yr. 

Me Mi'Wfrerter HoUbs, M.D 1st yr. 

II I. W.ndt. M.D ,1st yr. 

Walter If. BortC, M.D... .1st yr 



Dates of £ 


iervice 


From 


To 


7/16, :.n 


;/i:, 68 


7/16/57 


- 1 


I I 


31/59 


1 1 


12/31/58 


7/ 1 


88 69 


8/ 1/58 


7/31 59 


! 1 


7/31/58 


7/ 1 '68 


■ 


7/ l 


■ ' 


7/ 1 


SO/69 


12/16-r.s 


12/15/69 


12/18 57 


IS U 


11/ l 




7/ 1/5S 




7/ 1 




7/ 1/58 




7/ 1 


28 59 


9/18 58 


1 13/69 


7/ 1 




9/lfi ■■> 


' 15/59 


; I 




7/ 1/58 




It 1 


■ 


X/16/68 


8 : 


8/16/57 


, |g 68 


7' 1/58 


6/81 


7/ 1/58 




6/3n 


i ^9/E9 


6/3» 




7 1/58 


1/16 


8/ 1 68 


7/ a 


8/ 1/57 


7/S1/5S 


7/ 1/57 


7/31/58 


7 18 


7/1S/68 


7/ I 


H ss 


(Military In 


7/ 1/58 


11/311 '58 




Resigned 


7/ 1 


8/30/59 


7/ I 


6/3H '69 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


B/a 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/69 


7/ 1/68 


8 30/59 


7/ 1/68 




7/ 1/E8 


e/so 


7/ 1/58 


i. . 


7/ 1/58 


8/81 


7/ 1/58 


8 30/6!t 


8/ 1/68 


7/31/59 


7/ 1/58 


6;;: 


7 1/58 


I 



15 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

Edwin "Walker, M.D 1st yr. 

Francisco M, Gonzalez, M.D 1st yr. 

Lee I. Schocket, M.D ..laiyr. 

Felix Rabito, M.D ...Ant yr! 

Leo A. Labourdette, M.D 1st yr. 

John D. Lonton. M.D lat yr. 

PEDIATRICS, TULANE UNIT 

Prentiss E. Flndlay, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Martin H. Klein, M.D 2nd yr. 

Richard C. Juberg, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Samuel R. Moorhead, M.D 2nd yr. 

„ . 1st yr. 

Robert T. Lucas, M.D 2nd yr. 

_ 1st yr. 

Reynold S. Shiral, M.D 2nd yr, 

Clifton T. Morris, Jr., M.D. 2nd yr. 

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

James Dunagin, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Jam>-s W. Walker. M.D 2nd yr. 

James O. Stephenson, M.D 1st yr. 

Kenneth E. Pelrce, M.D. 1st yr. 

Andrew Rlnker. M.D 1st yr. 

Clarence A. Mclntyre, M.D 1st yr! 

Ernest R. Hollabaugh, M.D '. ! . . ! 1st yr. 

Frederick Kiltler, M.D 1st yr. 

Williiim Reed Smouse, M.D 1st yr. 

Max D. Cooper, M.D 1st yr, 

Robert J. Maraist, M.D 1st yr. 

PEDIATRICS, LSU UNIT 

Nelson Spoto, M.D. 2nd yr. 

1st yr, 
John F. Bennett, M.D .2nd yr, 

Raymond Landreneau, M.D 2nd y 

_ . 1st yr. 

trcderlck J. Ruiz, M.D 2nd yr. 

Marie Louise Heller, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Nathan Kern, M.D , 2nd yr. 

Thomas A. Campbell, M.D 1st yr. 

Ernest C. Hansen, M.D 1st yr. 

Marvin E. Kendrlck, M.D lat yr. 

Domlnlck M. Laeo. M.D [«t yr, 

John Lawrence Moore, M.D 1st yr, 

Everett A. Schneider. M.D !.!!.! !lst yr! 

Carl E. Kemmerly, M.D 1st yr. 

Earl J. Madere, M.D l 8 t yr. 

Calvin W. Hoffpauir, M.D !..!!.! !lst yr! 

Billy D. McKeller, M.D 1st yr. 

Robert D. Stout, M.D 1st yr . 

PSYCHIATRY, TULANE UNIT 

Donald M, Gallant, M.D 3rd yr. 

Richard L, Johnson, M.D 3rd yr. 



Dates of Service 

From To 



7/ 1/5S 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
Z, '2 3/59 
1/16/59 
4/16/59 



7/16/58 
7/16/57 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/58 
9/16/58 
9/16/57 
8/10/58 
6/ 1/5S 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
10/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/16/67 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/5S 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
3/ 1/59 



9/ 1/58 
9/ 1/57 
7/ 1/68 

1/ 1/59 
1/ 1/58 

12/16/57 
8/ 1/57 

10/ 1/57 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ ! 

10/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
4/ 1/59 

11/ 1/68 

10/ 1/E8 



7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 



I 
■ 
6 

■ 



7/16/5S 

■ 
6 






(Resium 



9/3 
«/3 



16 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF — (Continued) 



Rank 
Thomas Rafferty, M.D 3rd yr. 

Jack L. Thorp, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert H. Hodffe, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Camilla Cowardin, M.D 2nd yr. 

David R. Rubin, M.D 1st yr. 

Benjamin A. Dvorak, M.D... 1st yr. 

Ernest C. Miller, M.D 1st yr. 

NEUROLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Gerhard Promm, M.D 3rd yr. 

Stuart H. Mann, M.D 2nd yr. 

Violet B. Matovich, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert E. Barron, M.D. 2nd yr. 

PSYCHIATRY, LSU UNIT 

Edward G. Long-, M.D 3rd yr. 

Kvi- Vail. M.D 3rd yr, 

Loyoe L. Buie, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Hugh English, M.D 3rd yr, 

C, Charles Laurent, M.D 2nd yr. 

Leo S. Cohn, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Carl L. Davis, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Arinand J. Rodehorst, M.D... 2nd yr. 

Henry R. Olivier, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

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

Don F. Carlos, M.D 1st yr. 

Alfred A. Olinde, M.D 1st yr. 

Monica Sorum, M.D,. 1st yr. 

H. O. Perdlgao, M.D 1st yr. 

NEUROLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Henry B. Hlgman, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Margaret Duncan, M.D . ...Istyr. 

DERMATOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

John M. Brewer. M.D 3rd yr. 

Paul V. Rartholow, M.D 2nd yr. 

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

1st yr. 

Louis Wise, M.D 1st yr. 

Theodore A. Tromovltch, M.D. lat yr. 

I'KRMATOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Joe Netlck, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Chenauit W. Hailey, M.D 2nd yr. 

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

Wm, E. EgEerton, M.D lat yr. 

Joe C. Tllley, M.D 1st yr. 

DERMATOLOGY, INDEPENDENT UNIT 
Wm. J. Porrct, M.D 3rd yr. 

Anton E. Caroe, M.D. 3rd yr. 



Dates of Service 
From To 



7/ 1/58 


8/15/58 




(Resigned) 


11 1/68 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/68 


6/30/69 


7/ 1/68 


8/31/58 




(Resigned) 


7/16/58 


7/18/68 




(Resigned) 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


9/ 1/58 


11/30/58 


11/ 1/58 


7/31/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/69 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


11 1/58 


6/30/69 


9/16/58 


9/15/59 


1/ 1/58 


12/31/58 


7/ 1/5S 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


10/16/58 


10/15/59 


10/16/57 


10/15/58 


7/ 1/68 


6/30/59 


1/ 1/G9 


12/31/59 


1/ 1/58 


12 31/68 


1/ 1/59 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/69 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/69 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


11 1/58 




7/ 1/68 


6/30/59 


10/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


11 1/58 


9/27/68 


(Military Leave) 


S/I2/58 


8/11/69 


8/12/57 


B 11/58 


7/ 1/5S 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/68 


6/S0/59 


7/ 1/E8 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/69 


It 1/68 


6/30/59 


1/ 1/68 


12/31/58 


4/ 1/59 


3/31/60 


7/ 1/58 


81/88 




(Resigned) 


11/18/67 


11/15/58 



17 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF — (Continued) 



Rank 

Mary L. Applewhite, M.D 2nd yr. 

Leonard M. Bunch, M.D l«t yr. 

Victor Brown, M.D 1st yr. 

SURGERY, Tl'LAXE UNIT 

Richard H. Clark, M.D. -1th yr. 

Birrynirtn E. Cogrgeshall, M.D 4th yr. 

Win, S. George, M.D 4th vr. 

Mux HaUey, M.D 4th yr. 

Glenn M. Kokame, M.D 3rd yr. 

Louis P. LavJUe, Jr., M.D 3rd yr. 

I.ucien K, Most, M.D 3rd yr. 

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

Jack T, Cappel M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

George W. Bedding/field, M.D 2nd yr. 

Lawrence H. Under, M.D 2nd yr. 

Herbert U Wren, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

' inarlea G. I.ongeneeker. M.D 2nd yr. 

William M. Letson, M.D 2nd jr. 

fieorge \V. Hoffman. M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 
Victor R. Goeller. M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Salvatorc ,J. Danna, M.D 1st yr. 

John B. Gathrlght, M.D 1 at. yr. 

.1 alius L. Levy. M.D 1st yr. 

Edmund M. Mobmr, M.D !,,.!lHtyr. 

James a. Robertson, M.D 1st yr. 

Peachy R. Gilmer, Jr., M.D 1st yr. 

T. E. Rosh. M.D 1st yr. 

John F. Lucaa, m.d !....'.tatjr. 

THORACIC SURGERY, TULANE UNIT 

Maurice Adam, M.D 2nd yr. 

Al, SURGERY TULANE UNIT 

BarbWt B. Locksley. M.D 2nd yr. 

SURGi:UY. LSU UNIT 

l'<n\ i j. sudduth, M.D 4th yr. 

Robert ,1. Turner, M.D 4th yr. 

Jolm D, :i. M.D,,.. 4th yr. 

Raymond J, Calecaa, m.d 4th yr. 

Rudolph .1. Bourgeois, M.D 4th yr, 

GtoOttge J. Wernette, M.D 3rd yr. 

LKwTWtct i>, Brouasard, M.D 3rd yr. 

Patrick i: Hunter, M.I) 3rd yr. 

Harold a. Heltkamp, m.d 3rd yr. 

Urrlck Metcalfe. Jr., M.D ,....3t& yr. 

Ronald K. Tlsebler, M.D .....2ndyr. 

Beldon .1. Deshotel*, M.D 2nd yr. 

Phllbert J. DeMarie, M.D 2nd yr. 

William II. Gadow, M.D 2nd yr. 

Joe A, Mmvland, M.D i> m t yr. 

Joabaa t'- Werner, m.Ij 2nd yr. 

['i-.ink A. Kl-.-', a!.i> '.2nd yr. 



Dates of Service 

From T 



I I 59 

7/ I 
8/ 1/58 

7/ I 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ : 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/5S 
7/ 1/S8 

B IS/57 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/16/58 
7/16/57 
7/ ' 
7/ 1/58 
1/ ' 
1/ 1/58 
10/ 1/58 

7/16 
7/ 1/58 
1/68 
7/ 1/58 

7/ 1/68 

7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
S 11/59 



; ' 58 



9/Hj 58 



II 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/S8 
7/ 1/58 
; 1/68 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/G8 
7/ 1/68 
8/16/68 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/68 






«/5 






' 






18 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

IMward Askew, Jr., M.D 2nd yr. 

Elmo J. Laborde. M.D 1st yr. 

Thomas L. Hudson, M.D.,,,, 1st yr. 

Hans P. Armstrong, M.D 1st yr. 

Kay J. Smsillvvood, M.D 1st yr. 

Charles D. Langford, M.D 1st yr. 

Josnph G. Patton, M.D 1 st yr. 

Alvln M. Cottar, .M.n lat yr. 

Irvin D. Fleming. M.D 1st yr. 

THORACIC SURGERY, LSU UNIT 

H'Tt A. GlaBS, M.D.. 2nd yr. 

James L. Russell. M.n 2nd yr. 

BURGER V. INDKI'KNDBNT UNIT 

lister A. Ancelet, M.D. 4th yr. 

llewltte A. Thian, M.D 4th yr. 

Barnard MeLaugrhiln. M.D 4th yr. 

3rd yr. 

Rodnoy Landreneau, M.D 4th yr. 

Leo J. Valletta, M.D ,.3rdyr. 

M J. Vial. M.D ...3rdyr. 

Julius Isaacson, 11.11 3rd yr. 

2nd yr, 

'hris C. Baffes, M.D 2nd yr. 

Bard I-. Kaplan. M.D 2nd yr. 

Maurice A. Taqulno, M.D 2nd yr. 

N'Traan C. Nelson, M.D 1st yr. 

A. Regan, M.D 1st yr. 

Pierre a, ESspenan, M.n 1st yr. 

ETRICa AND OYNECOLOC, V, Tfl.ANE UNIT 
liiirk \Y. Jansin, M.D. 3rd yr. 

John C, Hudgcns, M.D 3rd yr. 

Clyde A. Steward, M.D 3rd yr. 

HuTu.1 C. Smith, M.D 3rd jr. 

2nd yr. 

i Pent Ml) 2nd yr. 

Julius A M.n 2nd yr. 

!><>' nd'iri, M.D . 2nd yr. 

SI. K.iin.iii]. Mil 2nd yr, 

! I. 'in). in n Webster, M.D 3rd yr. 

Everett McCaughey, M.D 3rd yr. 

Jnui. w. Bewail, M.D 3rd yr. 

Ira E. Ouddy, M.D 1st yr. 

Jamea m. Todd, M.D 1st yr. 

Wim F. VanMuyden, M.D 1st yr. 

l.li A. 1>. ivnun. M.D 1st yr. 

I,. Barclay, M.D ....Istyr, 

JoB«'i'h A. Etojas, M.D. 1st yr. 

TKTltU'S AMI fiVNEfOLOOT, LSU UNIT 

Hoh.rl 1.. I ii|:> :-?i. ■>!. ■n.i. M.n 3rd yr. 

ftforela B lloffpaulr, M.n . . . . . .3rd yr. 

(ill K. P. Ni'wlinll. Ml) 3rd yr. 

vnhur Penton, M.D 3rd yr. 

EL Torres. M.D 3rd y r. 



Dates < 


Df Service 


From 


To 


9/ 1/5* 




7/ ! 


6/3i> 69 


If 1/58 


6/80/58 


7/ 1/5S 


'i ;io/5fl 


7/ 1/5H 


6 M/59 


7' 1/58 


:i0/59 


7/ 1/5S 


(1 S0/5H 


7/ 1/58 


»; : 


6/ i . si 


7 '2n 59 


7/ 1/58 




7/16/67 


7 1 


. 


6/30/511 


7/ l*m 


6/30/59 


2/ 1/5!' 


1/31/611 


2/ 1 58 


1/31/59 


HI/ 1/67 


9/30/58 


7/ 1/68 


«/::> 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/69 


HI/ 1/58 


S 8/58 


10/ 1/67 


g ■ 


7/ 1/58 


K/3n 69 


7/ i 


iS/30/69 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 




7/ 1/CS 


80 59 


8/ 1/5S 


7 iii 69 


7/ 1/58 


6/SO 


7/ 1/68 


6 30/69 


7/ 1/58 


6/3ii •:,:• 


11/ I 


l SI 59 




i Real 


11/ 1/57 




7/ ■ 


g 


7/ 1 


g 30/59 


7/ I 


. SO 59 


7/ I 




7/11/67 


7/l> 


8/ 1 


7/31/58 


8/ 1/G7 


7/J 


7/ 1/68 


6/30/69 


7/ 1/68 


S 30/69 


7/ 1/68 


:uV59 


7/ 1/58 


H/30/69 


7/ 1/58 


G/30/69 


7/ 1 


6/3(1 TiH 


7/ 1/68 


.; 10 69 


7/ 1/58 




7/ 1/68 


6/80/59 


7/ 1/58 


IS/::' 


7 1/68 


g :: 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

! B. Cox, M.D , 3 r d yr. 

Wm. J. Berry, M.D 2nd yr. 

Marvin A. Krane, M.D. 2nd jr. 

trvin I. Reiner, M.D 2nd yr. 

Walter McKelthen, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Charles H, Stewart. M.D 2nd yr. 

Kenneth B. Gremillion, M.D 1st yr. 

Crawford W .LtinK. .M.D 1st yr. 

Jack Cooper, M.D 1st yr. 

Ronald G, Aiicnin. M.D 1st yr. 

Richard V, Vines, M.D 1st yr. 

OBSTETRICS AXD G YNECOLOGY, INDEPENDENT 

Herbert E. Mauterer, M.D 3rd yr. 

Max Lovette Golden, M.D. 3rd yr, 

Johnnie R. Betsoi, MM 3rd yr. 

Thomas P. Kramer, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Alexandre C. Miller, M.D. 2nd yr. 

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

John Wm. Simpson. M.D 2nd yr. 

Donald T. Crochet, M.D 2nd yr. 

Larry J. Hebert. M.D 1st yr. 

Wm. M. Roellng, M.D. 1st yr. 

Charles D. Alford, M.D. 1st yr. 

Andrew H. Hoffman, M.D 1st yr. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, TULANE UNIT 

Wm. E. Smith. M.D. 41h yr. 

Earl R. Campbell, M.D . 4th yr. 

Wm. R. Best, M.D 4th yr. 

IjJUi Bayne. M.D 4th yr. 

Piped L. Allman, M.D. 3rd yr. 

Edward W. Phillips, M.D. ,STd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Douglas Smith, M.D. , 3rd yr. 

„ . , 2nd yr. 

Cedrlc W, Lowrey, M.D 2nd yr. 

f Hiliose W. Murray. M.D. 2nd yr. 

Paul J. Stewart, M.D... 2nd yr. 

Alan B. Cohen, M.D 2nd yr. 

Hugh E, Alexander, M.D. 1st yr. 

Clayton ,7. Overton, M.D 1st yr. 

Norman Y. Nakamura, M.D 1st yr. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, LSU UNIT 

Robert Wilson, M.D.. 4th yr. 

Charles B. Powell, M.D 4th yr. 

Guy J. Dunning, M.D 4th yr. 

Armand J. Scully, M.D , 3rd yr. 

Andrew Hazen. M.D ^3rd yr! 

Jack L. Winters. M.D 2nd yr. 

Richard M. Levy, M.D. 2nd yr. 

Raymond F. Kitzlger, M.D ....1st yr. 

Arthur Kleinschmidt, M.D. 1st yr. 

Santo J. LoCoco, M.D 1st yr. 

Ashley Ross, M.D , 1st yr. 



Dates of Service 

From Xo 

7/ 1/68 

7/ 1/58 

7/ 1/58 

7/ 1/58 

7/ 1/58 

7/ 1/58 

9/ 1/58 

7/ 1/58 

7/ 1/58 

7/ 1/5S 

II 1/58 



UNIT 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
9/ 1/58 
!)/ 1/57 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 

7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 

II 1/68 

7/ 1/58 
r> 16/81 



7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7 Hi 57 
II 1/58 
8/16/68 
8/16/57 

1/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/16/58 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 



7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/68 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
7/ 1/58 
8/12/58 
1/ 5/59 



■ 

■ 
■ 



6/: 

e/3 



■ 

■■ 
■■ 

6 

' 

■ 



20 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued) 



Rank 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY, INDEPENDENT UNIT 
Frances Tompkins, M.D 3rd yr. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY. TULANE UNIT 
John Andrews, M.D 3rd yr. 

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

Harry R. Secoy. M.D 2nd yr. 

Jerome B. Roebuck, M.D. . , 2nd yr. 

OPHTHALMOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Nick A. Mardesich, M.D 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

Edg-ardo Ortiz-Gordils. M.D 2nd yr. 

Charles P. McCord. M.D 2nd yr. 

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

OPHTHALMOLOGY. INDEPENDENT UNIT 

Betty Jean Wood, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 
Joseph P. Mardesich, M.D 1st yr. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Anthony N. Scatco. M.D 3rd yr. 

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

Edward B, Edrlngton, M.D , 2nd yr. 

Wm. P. Shlpman, M.D 2nd yr. 

Geo. H. Williams, M.D 2nd yr. 

Tom Louis, M.D 1st yr. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY, LSU UNIT 

Norma Kearby, M.D 3rd yr. 

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

Joseph P. Palermo, M.D 2nd yr. 

Armand A. Jacques, M.D 2nd yr. 

Robert Conlon, M.D 1st yr. 

UROLOGY, TULANE UNIT 

Travis E. Morgan, M.D 4th yr. 

Sheridan W. Shirley, M.D 4th yr. 

Wm. J. James, M.D.. 3rd yr. 

2nd yr. 

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

Paul Tennis, M.D 2nd yr. 

Anthony Orlandella. M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

LOGY, LSU UNIT 

Robert P. Giordano, M.D *Ui yr. 

Robert Helmlch, M.D 1st yr. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Marvin A. Hlxon, M.D 2nd yr. 

Martha .St. I'if-riv. .\I.L> 2nd yr. 

Otha H. Yarberry. M.D. 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Marlon E. McCroskey, M.D 2nd yr. 

Leonard E. Steincr, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 



Dates of Service 
From To 



7/ 1/58 



8/30/5!! 



7/ 1/58 


3/15/59 




(Resigned) 


12/ 1/57 


11/30/58 


7/ 1/53 


6/36/69 


7/ 1/68 


6/30/59 


10/16/68 


10/16/59 


10/16/57 


10/15/68 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


6/16/58 


6/30/59 


2/ 1/69 


1/31/60 


2/ 1/5S 


1/31 ,T>9 


7/ 1/68 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


t :m 59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/5S 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/50 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/ 59 


8/ 1/67 


7/31/58 


7/ 1/5S 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/5B 


7/ 1/68 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


(1/ 30/59 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/69 


7/16/58 


7/16/59 


7/16/57 


7/16/58 


11 1/58 


6/30/59 


11 1/68 


6/30/59 


9/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/58 


8/81 68 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/ 1/88 


1/30 fit 


If 1/58 


6/311. 68 


7 1/58 


1/30/69 


9/ 1/58 


1/31/58 


1 57 


8/31/5S 


7/ 1/58 


6/30/59 


7/16/68 


7/15/59 


7/16/57 


7/15/68 



21 



CHARITY HOSPITAL RESIDENT STAFF— (Continued J 



Rank 

Robert Turnage, M.D 2nd yr, 

1st yr. 

Frank Summers, M.D 2nd yr. 

Ralph R. Bute, M.D 2nd yr. 

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

Samuel O. Antony, M.D lat yr, 

Franklin C. Rembert, j r ., M.D tat vr, 

Karl F. Roehrhj, M.D 1st yr. 

George P. Sessions, M.D 1st 

Thoa. E, Upton, M.D 1 «t yr 

Edward M. Foster, M.D 1st yr, 

James L. Prejean, U.D 1st yr. 

Raymond E. Peeples, M.D 1st yr. 

RADIOLOGY 

John W. Conklin, M.U,. 3rd yr. 

Joseph C. Grlf f ing, M.D. 3rd yr. 

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

1st yr. 

William J. Wetta, M.D 1st yr. 

Ralph B. Bergeron. M.D 1st yr. 

Clotalrle D. Delery, M.D 1st yr. 

PATHOLOGY 

Dayton L, Moseley, M.D 4 th y 

3rd vr. 

Lloyd M. fUgglns, M.D 3rd yr. 

Alfred L, Lewis. M.D 3rd vr. 

Keith Heater, M.D 3rd yr 

James H. Allen, M.D 3rd yr. 

Donald Dore, M.D uml yr. 

Joseph Pccot, M.D 2nd yr. 

James Springer, M.I) 2nd yr, 

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

William T. Mitchell, M.D 2nd yr. 

1st yr. 

Ann I. Long, M.D 2nd yr. 

John E. McNeal, M.D 1st yr. 

Louia ll. Stern, M.D ..Istyr. 

Terence Beven. M.D 1st yr. 

Wm. J. Erwln, M.D 1st yr, 

Ashby P, Irwin. M.D Istyr, 

DUAL SURGERY 

James It. Ivitler, D.D.S 2nd yr, 

Bernard C. Holller, D.D.S 2nd yr. 

Clay C. Hunley, D.D.S Istyr. 

Wm. F. Wharton, D.D.S 1st yr. 

Robert M, Olivier, D.D.S Istyr, 

George G. Graham, D.D.S. Istyr, 



Dates 


jf Service 


I From 


To 


6/ 


1/59 




6/ 


1/5S 




7/ 


9/57 


7/ 


1/ 


1/58 




1/ 


1 (Si 


12 


7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/68 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 




1/ 


1/59 




1 1 


1/59 


12 


7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1 58 




7/16/68 




7/16/57 




7/ 


1/58 




10/ 


1 T,S 




1/ 


1 '.V.1 




11/ 


1/58 




11/ 


1/57 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


! 58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 






7/ 


1/53 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


) SB 




8/ 






2/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 






7/ 


1 '58 




11 


1/58 




-' 






7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/16/58 




7/ 


1/58 




7/ 


1/58 





S3 



CHARITY HOSPITAL INTERN STAFF 
July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

Rotating Interns 



Alnn 11. Adams, M,D. 
Thomas H. Bafrd, m. V. 
William L. Banfleld, M.D. 

■rge N. Baquet, Jr., M.D, 
Don P. Barbo, M.D. 
Itlchard L. Baumgartner, M.D. 
Al Wayne Beacham, M.D. 
Marvin C. Bell, M.D. 
Barnard T. Bridges, m. d, 
Robert H. Brumfleld, M.D. 
Hurt M, Bujard, Ml". 
Bafvmton Caruso, M.D, 
Salvador A. Casente, M.D. 

■■ rt O. Clark. M.D. 
Walter Cockerham, M.D, 
'llynne C. Couviilion, M.D. 
■John I. Cranmer, M.D. 
fohn I*. Culpepper, lit. M.D. 

M.D. 

Frank H. Davis. Jr., M.D, 
Prank J. DePaoll, Jr.. M.D. 
Beverly B. Deane, M.D. 

fi L, Dillenkofter. M.D. 
lame* S. Dugal, M.D, 
.lames J. Pauble, M.D. 

■ ■in .v. Fernandez, m.d. 
Kdgar C. Ponde, M.D. 

i B. George, M.D, 
[.<>in A. c;ood, M.D, 
CharlM I*. Gracaffo, M.D. 
Honjarnln J. Oullbeaa, M.D. 
John C. Hart, M.D. 

i a i.i Bay del. M.D. 

HI S. Holmes, M.D. 
'■■tin W. Hutu-ke, M.D, 
hael .1. Jerva, M.D, 
« 'arlton C, Kemp, Jr., M.D. 
•Iam«?s M. Killinn, M.D. 
h A. Klnehn. M.D. 
! • lam! Tt, Kugelgcn. M.D. 

Richard D. 



Matthew P. Kuluz, M.D. 
Thomas P. LaHayo. M. 1 >. 
Kdmond A. Lamperez, M.D, 
Luis Leon-Sotomayor, M.D, 
Edward S. LIndsey. M.D. 
Jack P. Loupe, M.D. 
Joe Lupo, M.D. 
Emmett E. McCool, Jr., M.D. 
James M. McCready, M.D. 
Key David McMurrain, M.D. 
Franklin S, Massarl, M.D, 
Haydi-ti I-:. Mayeaux, M.D. 
Paul W. Montgomery, M.D. 
■Wesley R. Mote, M.D. 
Horace A. Norrell, M.D, 
Bruce S. Olsen, M.D. 
Harry P. Pflug. M.D. 
Robe rt R. Pierce, M.D. 
Kenneth P. Pittman. M.D. 
Hamp S. Pratt, M.D. 
Lewis A. Raney, M.D. 
Joan R. Roberts, M.D. 
MeWillie M. Robinson, M.D. 
Raymond S. Rosedale, M.D. 
Johnny R. Royer, Ml). 
Mary P. Scales, M.D. 
Frank E. Schmidt, M.D. 
James O. Shaver, M.D. 
James S. Shelby, M.D. 
Thomas E. Stark. M.D. 
George M, Sturgla, M.D. 
Wm W, Tisdale, M.D. 
Robert L. Trahan. .M.D. 
Leonard P. Travels, M.D. 
Melvln D. Vogel, M.D, 
Hubert J. Waguospaek, M.D. 
James E. Wellbeeeher. M.D. 
James C. Welter, M.D 
James W. White, M.D. 
James T. Williams, M.D 
Wolfe, M.D. 



July 1, 1957— December 23, 1957 
March 1, 1958— September 30, 1958 

Charles J. SapOritd, M.D. 

October 1, 1957— September 30, 1958 

William R. Lockwood, M.D. 

Harold P. McDonald, M.D. 

January 1, 1958 — December 31, 1958 
Joseph T, llamrick. M.D. 
•is listed below from the United 
rltal. New Orleans. Louisiana, served 
Pediatrics Service for periods listed: 



July 1, 1958— October 31, 1958 

Alfred R, Hale, M.D. 

July 1, 1958— July 31, 1959 

l [OWArd P.. Cheek. M.I '. 

January 1, 1959 — December 31, 1959 

Miles C, Gregory, M.D. 

Juno 1, 1959— May 31, 1960 

Charles J. Abdo. Jr., Ml) 

States Public Health Service Hos- 

in Charity Hospital on the Tulane 



July and August 1958 
Paul G. Pechous, M.D. 
Mlltnn Relsner, M.D. 



January and February 1959 
John R. Baugh, M.D, 
Sallte Bosch, M.D. 



23 



CHARITY HOSPITAL INTERN STAFF— (Continued) 

S.pt« m b«,r and October 1958 M arc „ and April 1959 

R«v V'^BS, M.D. Jamea c. Graham. M.D. 

Kaymond H. Owlngg. M .D. Charles T. McCarver, M.D. 

November and December 1958 May and Juno 1959 

Charles p, Bureress. M.D. Michael Elbmsser, M.D. 

Roy F. Dcarmore, M.D. James P . Flelds> M . D , 

J..I- « «„*, ORAL SURQERY INTERNS 

July 16, 1957— July 15, 1958 

William P. Wharton, D.DS. 

July 1, 1958— June 30, 1959 

S °- £°f, wiI1 . »D.S. Victor J. Matukas. D.D.S. 

PATHn Car,oa F VallB - DDS " 

l)if P r!, T o V ~ Quot * J 14— Dr - Emma Moss. Director of Department 
De T»] wT . SU> Milam . J° hn * LSU > 

Harri^ ^ Car f° * < Tulane > ltisinger, George (LSU) 

JS' Travis J. (LSU) Rova ,t David S . (Tulane) 

McConnell. Charl... <Tulane) Smith. John L. (Tulane) 

Stambulie, R. (Tulane) 
rnrh ° B *NK— Quota: 5— Dr. John AdrianI, Director of Department 

anaye, u (LSU) Murtash, James (LSU) 

Sinclair. Dan (LSU) 
DOCTORS AND PATIENTS LIBRARY-Quota: 4-Mrs. Lily Twining 

SETS,!. g3R 1,raria "- i B-^antp. Robert (LSI, 

.,-.„,: <LSU) story Jacoh (LSU ) 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION UNIT-Quota: 1-Under Deparlme,, 

Medicine, LSU 
McAlplnc, L. (LSU) 
ORD ROOM— Quota: 4— Mrs. Eddie Cookscy, Record Libraj-i an -Hi 

Charge 
V'™,n wnn 1 " J ' < Tula " e) Ka»t. Charles E. (Tulane) 

PSYfHl' <LSU> Moncrief, James (LSU) 

t'^^!r ATR T7~ Quot " ! Z ~ Undfr supervision of Dr. Wm. Super 
Carter. Camellia (LSU) r;„n,.alez, Victor (Tulane) 

PREMATURE INFANT NURSERY-Quota: 1-Under Dr. Wm. N, 

Cronan, Brooks (LSU) 

T ,„ ,, „ DENTAL EXTERNS 

i he entire Senior Class in Dentistry of Loyola University Dental g 
as follows; '" Dentislr y-their names and period of assignment* at* 

°^T h l r JS 19M ~- ,anuar y 3. 1959 February 15, 1959-March 7, 1959 
'"'^ Paul P. Hatrel 

Joe L. Cheatham w _ Pau , G;l ^ , r 

January 4 1959-Janu.ry 24, 1959 March 8, 1959-March 28, 1959 

■ ;: T\^T n - Jr - jameB «■ "»°. »■ 

"rnKn n" » ,merl f° ¥ Allen W. McClore 

John c. Barrett, j P . HarHs L _ Port . t 

/!£"»', 2 >'. 1959 - F6bru » r y 14, 1959 March 20, 1959-April 25, 1959 
tlv r, V " t! r nantll - / - Frank W McDavitt, Jr. 

Htoven J. Hebert t ,-.„),, u h-i,i.« tii 

vrit«= re UU.1 Louis H. White, III 

Miles It. Mitch,,,, R Ray Rhymcs Jr 

Antlme J. Landry, II 
24 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

TULANE UNIT 



HEAD OF UNIT 

M. E. Lapham. M,D. 

MEDICINE 

George E. Burch, M.D. — Physlclan-in-Clilef 

Consultants 



Robert Bernhard, M.D. 
O. W. Bethea, M.D. 
George E. Burch, M.D. 

mpaKna, M.D. 
Louis J. Dubos. M.D. 



W, B. Arrowsmlth, M.D. 
It Birehall, M.D. 
I K. Bradford. M.D. 
D. C, Browne, M.D. 
L. Cabtran. M.D. 
B. J. DelAureaJ, M.D. 
V J. DerbM, M.D. 
-.Idstein, M.D. 
B. llfinu-h, M.D. 



Grace A. Goldsmith. M.D. 
S. Jacobs, M.D. 
P. H. Jones. M.n. 
P. L. Querens, M.D. 
I. L. Bobbins, M.D. 
It. H, Turner, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

H. A. Klein, M.D. 

J. A. Magne, M.D. 

E. de S. Matthews, M.D. 

Maridel Saunders, M.D. 

J. E. Schenthal, M.D. 

A. Segaloff, M.I). 

S. A. Threefoot, M.D. 

T. F. Treating. M.D. 

W. G. Unglaub. M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 



fl 
J. 
T 
II 

It 

\v 
w 
J. 
J. 

A. 

II 

L, 

K 

!•• 
T. 

It 

\V 

W 

II. 



M. Batson, M.D. 
Block, M.D. (resigned 10/15/68) 
Blocb, M.D, 

uechner. M.D, 
!■:. Burch, .M.I'. 
I'ulpapper, M.D. 
m D. Davis, M.D. 
Dlngman, M I >. 
P. Fox. M.D. 
M. Ooldman, M.D. 

Gr*enberg, M.D. 

Horrm. M.D. 

Hunter, M.D. 

Ilyman, M.D. 
P. Ineaprera, M.D. 
N. James, M.D, 

■v. M.D. 
C. Joseph. M.D, (deceased) 
0. Junn. M 

M.D. 
. D. Ijivi-, M.I i. 
M Mi-Oracken, M.D. 



H. 

M 

i. 



D. B. McCurlcy, M.D. 

.i. i). Martin, M.n. 

W. J. Mogabgab, M.n. 

P. J. Murison, M.D. 

C. S. Nadler, M.D. (Resigned 2/5/68) 

J. G. Parker, M.D. 

J. C. S. Paterson, M.D. 

F. A. Pou, M.D. 

A. Prteto, M.D. 

P. B. Reaser, M.D. 

F. L. Beuter, M.n. 
C c. Bprague, M.n. 
W, BttlCkey. M.D. 

H. K. Threefoot, M.D. 

W. J. Trautmnn, M.D. 

W. L. Treuting, M.D. (resigned S/31/G8) 

J. J. \V:il«h. M.D. 

x. k. Weaver, M.n, 

T. K. Weiss, M.D. 

G. E. Welch, M.D. 
Boy While. 11.H. 
M. Ziskind, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



i" V Bowers. M.D. (resigned 8/1/58) 
E. Comer, M.D. 



W. Calvert, M.D. 

N. D. DePasquale, M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



A. C. DeGraff, M.D. 
L. C, Eyrlch, M.D. 
M. P. Giordano, M.D. 
A. R. Hale, M.D. 
R. C. Kelleher, M.D. 
W. W. Lake, M.D. 
W. H. Langhorno, M.D. 
C. Lamar, M.D. 
M. J. LeDoux. M.D. 
Q. E. Malaret, M.D. 



G. Bazzano, M.D. 
A, Arlmura, M.D. 
P. C. Beaver, Ph.D. 
M. h. Hack, Ph.D. 
A. Miller, Ph.D. 



F. V. Mayer, M.D. 
8. L. Middleton, M.D. 
C. B. Moore. M.D. 
L. P. O'Meallle, M.D. 
M. Palmer, M.D. 
J. H. Phillips. M.D. 
W. H. Kchindel, M.D. 
M. J. Weisler, M.D. 
I. Tagrer, M.D. 
P. C. Young, M.D. 

Scientist* 

\V. Felon, Ph.D. 
A. Quiro*. M.D. 
M. F. Shaffer, Ph.D. 
J. Simon, M.D. 
Max Staub, M.D. 
Takashlne. MIX 



DERMATOLOGY 

J. W, Burks, M.D,— Dermatologist-in-Chfef 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



J. W. Burlts, M.D. 



A. N. Alvarado, M.D. 
H. B, Christiansen, M.D 
P. C. Grleshaber, M.D. 



L. R. McLean, M.D. 
Visiting Physicians 

J. D. Krafchuk, M.D, 

(resigned 9/30/58) 
W. K. Reed, M.D. 
n. Ross, Jr., M.D. 



NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

K. B. I Rath, M.D.— Neurologlst-Psychiatrist-in-Chlef 

Consultant 

W. J. Otis, M.D— Psychiatry 

Senior Visiting Physician 

R. G. Heath, M.D. — Psychiatry-Neurology 

Visiting Physicians 



J, W. Ulek. M.D.-Naurotogy 

J. H, Brown, M.D.- Psychiatry 

R, W. Buddlnpton, M.D.-Psychiatry 

8. B. Cohen. M.D.-Psychiatry 

M. B. fcmelow, M.D.-Psychiatry 

A. W. Epstein, M.D.-Neurol-Psy. 

C. A, Felgley, M.D.-Psychiatry 

D, A. Freedman, M.D -Neurology 
W. J, Gadpaille, M.D. -Psych latry 
P. R. Hlne, M.D.-Psychiatry 

(resigned 12/31/58) 

G. L. Usdin, 



R. C. Lancaster, M.D.-Psyehl:tlr\ 
H. Less.-, M.D.- Psychiatry 
11. I. Lief, M.D.-Psychiatry 
I. M. Marcus, M.D.-Psychiatry 
H. W. Miles, M.D.-Paychiatry 
R. R. Monroe, M.D. -Psychiatry 
E. C. Norman, M.D.-Psychiatry 
R. Paterson, M.D. -Neurology 
H. T. Posey, M.D.-Psychiatry 
T. L. L. Sonlat, M.D. -Neurology 
A. S. Samuels, M.D.-Psyehifttry 
M.I J.- Pay eh latry 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 



C. Bozzf, M.D.-Psychiatry 

C. F. Colby, M.D.-Psychiatry 

D. D. Lathrop, M.D.-Psychiatry 
Xin.-i R, Lief, M.D.-Psychiatry 



Victor Lief, M.D.-Psychiatry 
C. A. Midlo, M.D. -Neurology 
J. P. Pratt, M.D.-Psychiatry 
T. L. Rafferty, M.D. 



Scientists 



L. W. Byers, Ph.D.-Neurol-Psy. E. E. Leach, Ph.D.-Neurol-Psy. 

H. E. King, Ph.D.-Neurol-Psy. W. A. Mlckle, Jr., M.D.-Neurol-I'sy. 

K. M. Young, Ph.D.-Neurol-Psy. 

PEDIATRICS 

R. V. Platou. M.D.— Pediatrician-in-Chief 

Consultant 

M. Loeber, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

R. E. de la Houssaye, M.D. R. V. Platou, M.D. 

G. R. Williamson, M.D. (deceased) 

Visiting Physicians 

W. T. Newsom, M.D. 
T. R. Pfundt, M.D. 
C. I. Posada, M.D. 
.1. D. Rush, M.D. 
C. H. Snyder, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

W, C, Palfrey. MR 
E5. C. Parker, M.D. 
,1. R. Powers, M.TJ. 
x. .1. Robinson, M.i>. 
Em m .a Sailor*, M.D. 
H. O. Simon, M.D. 
,1. B. Stewart. M.D. 

C. D. Tetlley, M.D. 

A. H. Thalheim, M.D. 

B. P. Thompson. M.D. 
W. O. Thurmnn, M.D, 
I). VV, VanGelder. M,D. 
R. P. Veith, M.D. 
W. W. Waring, M.D. 

C. F, Wttsaerman. M.D. 

Scientist 

H, W. Kloepfer, Ph.D. 

PATHOLOGY 

C. E. Dunlap, M.D.— PathoSoglsl-ln- Chief 

Consultant 

W. H. Harris, M.D. 



I Craubarth, M.D. 
C. O. Qrulee, Ml). 
•1. M. Horan, M.D. 
EL L. Levert. M.D, 
K. P. Naef, M.D. 



Adam. M.D. 

..nun. M.D. 
"•sh-iutreaux, M.D. 
I -\ Diaz, M.D. 
B. I>. K.irl..r, M.D. 

I Fruthater, M.D. 
<•■ 'J. (Tib.s.in. M.D. 
!■'. VL Harris, Jr., M.D. 
<•■ <'. Hassinger, M.D. 
R BL Lennox, M.D. 

McLaughlin, M.D. 
M. 8. McLellan, M.D. 
a L. Madcy, M.D. 
' W. L. Mann, M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF — (Continued^ 



C, e. Dunlap, m.[ ' 



W. II. Clark, M.D. 
J. H. Dent, M.I). 
E, Farber, M.D. 



John H. Dent, M.D. 
H. Ichfnose, M.D, 



Senior Visiting Pathologies 

Wm. Sternberg, M.D. 

Visiting Pathologists 

W. H. Harris, Jr., M.D. 
F. H. Hurris. M.D. 
J. Zlskind. M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Pathologists 

M. G. Hamilton. M.D. 
R. J. Reed, M.D. 
J. Wlzglrd, M,D. 

Scientist 

H. C. Pltot, M.D. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

(Under Department of Surrery) 

Visiting Anesthesiologists 
O. B. Grant, M.D. 
Assistant Visiting Anesthesiologists 
A J. Wyly, M.D. 

SURGERY 
Oscar Creech, M.D.— Surgeon-ln-Chief 

Consultants 
W. P. Uradburn, M.D. O. C. Cassegraln, M.D 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



M. C. Beck, M.D. 



J. B. Parmley. M.D. 



F. X. Letard. M-P 



F. F. Boyce, M.D. 

L. S. Charbonnet, M.D. 

O. Creech, M.D. 

D. H. Echols, M.D. - Neurosurgery 

P. H. Hanley, M.D. 

M. O. Hlnes, M.D. 

M. L. Michel, M.D. 



Alton Ochsner, M.D. 

Neal Owens, M.D. - Plastic Sure< 

R. M, Fenick, M.D. 

1). M. Rosenberg, M.D. 

A. H. Storck, M.D. 

R W. Vincent, M.D. - Plastic Surgery 

C. Walters, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 



P. W. Acree, M.D. 

C. C. Abbott, M.D. 

R. A. Armstrong, M.D. - Proctology 

J. A. Reskfn, M.D. 

J. B. Blalock, M.D. 

E. J. Cerise, M.D. 

A. C. Davidson, M.D. 

P. T. DeCamp, M.D. 

R. W. Hughes, MJJ. -Plastic Surgery J. K. Hay. M.D 

H. D. Kirgis, M.D. - Neurosurgery K. Reemtsma. M.D. 

J. D. Jackson, M.D. - Neurosurgery R. F. Ryan, M.D. 

EL T. Krementz, M.D. K. j, Schramel, M.D 

V. R. Kroll, M.D. J. if. Stewart, M.D. 



R. C. Lien. M.D. 

S. Logan, M.D. 

R. C. Llewellyn, M.D. - Neurosurfj 

R C. Lynch, M.D. 

J. T. McQuitty, M.D. 

R. J. Meade, M.D. - Plastic Surg, • 

W. R. Page, M.D. 

W. C. Quimi. M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF — (Continued) 



E. C. Becker, M.D, 
(resigned 8/8/58) 
R. C. Day, M.D, 
D. M. Ewln, M.D. 
D. Kapetansky, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
Plastic Surgery 



I,. Krust, M.D. - Plastic Surgery 

R. C. Hadley, M.D. - Plastic Surgery 

(resigned 7/31/58) 
C. V. Menendez, M.D. 
M. J. Rathbone. M.D. 



S. Tar ride, M. D. 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

C. G. Collins, M.D.— Obtsetrieian-GynecoloKlst- in-Chief 



. !I. Counttss, M.D. 
J- S. Hebert, M.D. 
Johnson, M.D. 



D. W. Beacham, M.I J. 
W. D. Beacham. M.I). 
C. O. Collins, M.D. 
I. II. Collins, M.D. 
J. T. Davis, M.D. 

0. R. Depp, M.D. 

1. Dyer, M.D. 



R. I. Ayerat, M.D. 

Hall, M.D. 
D. Rarrazza, M.D. 
W. P. Bradburn, M.D. 
R. G. Rurman, M.D, 

R. J. Crawley, I 
C. Parrls, M.D, 
J. P. Griffon. M.D. 

V. M. Hebert, M.D. 
If. J. Hoffman, M.D. 

I. A. King, M.D. 

I. KoKliner, M.D. 
Krtipp, M.D. 
•:. i:. McCaskcy, M.D. 
Molt. M.D. 



J. K. Avfiil, .M.D. 

I tall. M.D. 
li W. IHrch. M.D. 

ISowman, M.D. 
I W I hi veil port, M.D. 



Consultants 

K. L. King, M.D. 
H. W. Kustmoyer. M.D. 
J. W. Reddoch, M.D. 
C. H. Tyrone, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

C. J. Gaskill, M.D. 
M. E. La.phu.ni, M.D. 
H, Meyer, M.D. 
R. E. Moor, M.D. 
B, W. Nelson. M.D. 
M. D, Stelner, M.D. 

E. P. Thomas, M.D. 
J. C. Weed, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

F. G. Nix, M.D. 
Max Pallet, M.D. 

P, B. Fizzolato. M.D 

<;. 10. Posner, M.D. 

L. I. Post, M.D. 

R. E. Rougelot, M.D. 

I T, Schneider, M.D. 

Melvin Sehudmali, M.D. 

R C. Smith, M.D. 

W. C. Sciieppegrell, Mil 

M. .1. St. Rumain, M.D. 

G. F. Sustendal. M.D. 
J. R. Swartwout, M.D. 
J. C. Thorn, M.D. 

D Welnsteln, M.D. 
II. D. Webster, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

I* D. Ekvall, M.D. 
R. A. Marks, M.D. 

Qulta S. Morgan, M.D. 
\V. <;. Sutllve, M.D. 
K. 1'. Wegryn, M.D. 
L. C. White, M.D. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 

J. H. Allen, M.D.— Ophthalmologlst-ln-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 
i || \ 11,-n. M.D. W. M. Roles, M.D, W. B. Clark, M.D. 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



R. F. Azar. M.D. 
G. C. Bahn, M.D. 
S. R. Gaines. M.D. 
A. F. Habceb, M.D. 
M. G, Holland, M.D 



■T. Finkelslpln. M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

B. L. Adair Jewell, M.D. 
J. W. Rosenthal. M.D. 
,1. P. Rumage, M.D. 
B. A. Schlmok, M.D. 
B. E. School, M.D. 
M. C. Wtlensky, M. D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 

D. S. Oliver, M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 
H. G. Tabb, M.D.— Otolaryngologist- in -Chief 



C. I* Brown, M.D. 
P. E. LeJeune, M.D. 



L- W. Alexander. M.D. 
IX, <;. Lynch, M.D. 
C. II Cleveland, M.D. 
W. Rubin, M.D. 



W. p. Beautroua, .\u> 
A. B. Cairns. WD, 
1>. J. Farwell, M.D. 
W. Pinkolstcin, M.D. 



M. Joseph. M.S. 



Senior Visting Surgeons 

J. W. McLatirin, M.D. 
H. G. Tabb. M.D. 
B. G. Walls, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

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

Assistant Visiting Surgeon* 

G. R. Kuehnle. M.D. 
M. L. Lewis, M.D. 
T. P. RaggiO, M.D. 
K. M. Street, M.D. 

Scientists 
J. K. Laguaite, Ph.D. 



C. E. Link.- 



ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 
J. K. wickstrom, M.D, — Orthopedist-Jn -Chief 



it. H. aii.Iiv.1kc. M.D. 
G. D. B. Berkett, Ji.n. 



Senior Visiting Surgeons 



X. J, Accardo, M.D. 
T. L. Duncan, M.D. 

E. T. H&SltUn, M.D. 
.1. T. Kerr, M.D. 
I. W. Newport, M.D. 
(resigned 2/5/59) 



U D. Morris. M.D. 

J. K. Wickstrom, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

C. F. Orofino, M.D. 

D. C. Riordan, M.D. 
Mary S. Sherman, M.D. 
H. R. Sobotoff, M.D. 
George Rleth, M.D. 

(resigned 7/7/58) 

Assistant Visiting Surgeon 
G. H. Gary, M.D. 

RADIOLOGY 

CharleB M. Nice, M.D.— Radiologisl-in-Chief 



■I. N. A no, M.D. 



Senior Visiting Radiologists 
C. M. Nice, M.D. 



J. v. Ho&ktna 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Visiting Radiologists 



L. J. Brfstow, M.D, 

B. C. Bucbtel, M.D. 

N. S. Hunt. M.D. 

Paul Horn. M.D. (resigned 3/31/59) 

W. .1. Landry, M.D. (deceased) 



E. Burna, M.D. 
W. Kittredge, M.D. 



Win. Brannan, M.D. 



E. H. Little, M.D. 
W. McDowell, M.D 
W. S. Neal, M.D. 
0. P. Oderr, M.D. 
S. F. Ochsner, M.D. 
L. Richard, M.D. 

UROLOGY 

Edgar Burns, M.D.— Urologist-ln-Chicf 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

J. Menvllle, M .1 I 
G. Tomskey, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

A. M. Pratt, M.D. 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

LSU UNIT 



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

MEDICINE 
W. R. Akenhead, BIJ>, — Physician -in- Chi«f 

Consultant 
K. F. Thiberge, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physicians 



W. it. Akenhead, M.D. 
Oscar BUtt, .M .] >. 
: Blum. M.D. 
11 .1. Dupuy, M.D. 

I lascomb, M.D. 
K A. Eigenbrod. M.D. 
W. W. Krye, M.D. 

i B. Qarcia, M.D. 
irdberg, M.D. 
M.D. 
Edgar Hull. M.D. 

at) M.D. 



OH, M.D. 
1 BOtMOT, M.I). 

I'.ulttn.-in. M.I i. 
C Dliliaiiv. M.D. 
I'lnr-s. M.D. 
' M.D. 

■ r4on. m.d. 

B llalle, M.D. 



C. J. 



J. T. Leckert. M.D. 
[.. Levy, II, M.D. 
J. L. Locascio, M.D, 
F. X. Marino, M.D. (Educ, L> 
L. A. Monte, M.D. 
K. <I. Xix. M.D. 
] .Dii i« ('••lis. M.l i, 
II. D. Ogden, Ml). 
C, RabiB, M.D. 
J. H. Seabury, M.D. 
J. J. Signorelll. M.D. 
P. M. Tiller, M.D. 
Tripoli. M.D. 



Visiting Physicians 



K. B. Hanpi'1, M.D. 
I ). \V. Hayes, M.D. 
W. 3. Diillls, M.D. 
M. VV. .lum.-l. M.l i 
J. Jurncovlch, M.D. 
T. T. .Tustii;.., M.D 
Meyer Kaplan, M.D. 
Murrel II. Kaplan, M 1 1 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



S. P. Landry. Jr., M.D. 
A, J. Lauro, M.D. 
P. X. Lothschuetz, M.D. 
H. A. Lott. M.D. 
C. B. Luikart, M.D. 
W. M, Luikart, M.D. 
R. J. MeHardy, M.D. 
Gordon McHardy, M.D. 
.J. Martinez-Lopez, M.D. 
H. E. Melency, M.D. 
(resigned 9/30/58) 



D. Mykoff, M.D. 
I. Rosen, M.D. 
,1. P. Ruli, M.D. 
J. S. Salatleh, M.D. 
I. Singer, M.D. 

{resigned 9/25/58) 
3. B. Stotler, M.D. 
M. Wutton. M.D. 
S. W. Tuthill, M.D. 
C. A. Waegenspaek, M.D. 
c. It. Wotnack, M.D. 



W. H. Hiatt. M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Physicians 
Wanda M. Moseley, M.D. 

Scientists 



G. A. Pettit. 



E. Bueding, M.D. 

T. E. Mansour, Ph.D. 

Shu-Yue Lee, M.D. 



H. J. Saz. Ph.D. 

J. H. Trapold, Ph.D. 

Tien -Tseng Tsou, M.D. 

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE AND PUBLIC HEALTH 

R. L. Simmons, M.D. — Physician-ln-Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician 

R. L, Simmons. M.D, 



J. H. Miller, Ph.D. 



D, P. Bradley, M.D. 
<;. Oaetho, m.d. 



Scientists 

J. C. Swartzwelder, Ph.D. 
DERMATOLOGY 
C. B. Kennedy, M.D.— Dermatologist- in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 
IT. Jolly, M.I). 



C. I. Black, M.D. 
W. Burroughs, M.D. 



3, m. Brock, M.D. 
A. C'aroe, MM 



C. B. Kennedy, M.D. 
Leslie K. Mundt, M.D. 

Visiting Physicians 

F. H. Davis, M.D. 
P. L. Loria, M.D. 
D. Thibodaux, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

Wm. j. Perret, m.u. 

Adrlen A. Stewart, M.D. 



NEUROLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY 

C. Watkina, M.D.— Psychiatrist- in -Chief 
It. Paddlson, M.D.— Neurologlst-in-Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

H 0, Colomb, M.D.— Psychiatry R. M. Faddison, M.D.— Neur 

M. B, Johnson, M.D,— Psychiatry C. Watkfns, M.D.— Psychiatry 

T. W. Watters, M.D.— Psychiatry 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Visiting Physician* 



-. P. Adatto, M.D. — Psychiatry 
Oenevteve Arneson, M.D.— Psychiatry 
K. H. Beach, M.D.— Psychiatry 
\. M. Blood, M.D.— Psychiatry 
Chappuis, M.D. — Psychiatry 
• '"da, M.D.— Psychiatry 
H. Davis, M.D.— Psychiatry 
M B. DeBott, M.D,— Psychiatry 
'•- I-Vrrlsa, M.D.— Neurology 
HT. W. Fleetwood, M.D.— Psychiatry 
'■ II. Knight, M.D— Psychiatry 
Millrr, M.D.— Psychiatry 

E. B. White, 



H. K. English, M.D.— Psychiatry 

J. Moossy, M.D. — Neurology 
8. L,. Pollack, M.D. — Neurology 
K. A. Rltter, M.D.— Psychiatry 
N. H. Rucker, M.D. — Psychiatry 
M, Sugar, M.D. — Psychiatry 
W. C. Super, M.D.— Psychiatry 
E. O. Svenson, M.D. — Psychiatry 
Nancy A. Walker, M.D. — Psychiatry 
Jacob Weisier, M.D. 
W. S. Wledorn, M.D. — Psychiatry 
John L. Winkler, M.D. — Psychlatrj- 
M.D. — Psychiatry 



lather Anderson. M.D, 
Brown, M.D. 
W. Everlst, M.D. 

\'y, M.D. 
W McQultty. M.D. 
T. NewRom, M.D. 
Ick, M.D. 



B 
H. 
M. 



M. C All. n. M D, 

• •.illi.jun. M.D. 

Curry, M.D. 

Ilngnetto. M.D. 

' M.D. 
i Dixon. M.D. 

bt*r, m.d. 
QacUano, M.D. 

tndo, M.D. 
i Illlrnan. M.D. 



Scientists 

R. N. Dor.M'y. Ph.D.- 1 '.-yehin try - Psychology 
T. W. Richards, Ph.D.— Psychiatry 

PEDIATRICS 

II, L. Fowler, M.D.— Podiatrlcian-ln-Chlof 

Consultant 

S. Schaefer. M.D. 

Senior Visiting Physician 

R. L. Fowler, M.D. 

Visiting Physician* 

T. R. Pfundt, M.D. 
F. A. Puyau, M.D. 
P. Rosenbattm, M.D, 
R. Sappenfield, M.D. 

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

Assistant Visiting Physicians 

B. C. Mason. M.D. 
M. L,. Obcnschain, M.D. 

(resigned 12/15/68) 
M. Passmore, M.D. 
Wilhemena Quiros, M.D. 
-M. J, lialloy IV. |». M.D. 
W. Sekul, M.D. 
J. R. Strain, M.D. 
W, C. Terral, M.D. 
A, L. Wedgeworth, M.D. 

Scientist 

C. W. Breckenrldge, Ph.D. 

PATHOLOGY 

R. L. Holman. M.D. — Palhologlst-ln-Chlef 
Q. J, Buddingh, M.D,— Mierobiologlst-In-Chii f 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF — (Continued) 



Et -M, Hartwell, M.D. 



C. Qoetz, M.D. 

H. C. McGili. M.D. 
A. L. McQuown, M.D, 
li. Muelttng, M.D. 



a. I.. Cook, M.D. 

T, K. I'urris. .\I.U. 
t. i'. <:•■■■,-. M.D. 



A. N. Barber, I'h.u. 
Brasda, PhJ>. 

fl. J. BiuWingh. Ph.D. 



Senior Visiting Pathologists 

K. L. Ilolman. M.D. 

Visiting Pathologists 

W. G. Nothacker, M.D. 
K. I', Hanson, M.D. 
J, P. StronB, M.D. 
U, u. Swan, M.D. 

Ii. A. Walsh, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Pathologists 

A. Kattine, M.D. 
J. Moossy, M.D. 
[.. sti v. ns. M.D. 

Scientists 

p. Correa, M.D. 

A. S. Harris, Ph.D. 
P. Pistzolato, M.D. 
F. Skelton, Ph.D. 

PHYSICAL MEDICINE 

N. II. Pointer, MJ>.— Physlatrtot-ln-Chirf 

Senior Visiting Physician 

N. Polmer, M.D. 

ANESTHESIOLOGY 

Under Department of Surgery 

Senior Visiting Anesthesiologists 

Wilmer Raker. M.D. 
Visiting Anesthesiologists 

V. Fiigan. M.D. 



.1. Adrtanl, M i> 

K Bray, M.n. 

I.. Dtsnutke, M.D.— (resigned »/iy6S) C. Pope, M.D. 

SURGERY 

,1. D. Rives, M.D.— Surgeon -in- Chief 

Consultant 

Isidore Conn. M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



C. C Craighead, m,d. 

,1. L. DlLeo, M.n. 
I W. Kaplan, M.n, 
Samuel Karlln, M.n. 
Ilnwiiril If. KatT, M.D. 
[. I.i'vin, M.D. 
Alfred H. Longacre, M.D. 
Howard Mahorner, M.D, 
«■ .1 Mkingolnrra, M.D. 



Win. D. Norman, M.D. 
James n. Rives. M.D. 
Samuel A. Romano, M.D 
Win. A. Roy. M,l>. 
Sam B. Saiewltz, M.D. 
Matter A, Salatieh, M.D, 
M, Lyon Stadlem, M.D. 
Lawrence H. Strugr. M.n. 
Carl N. Wahl, M.D. 



34 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



if at Albert, M.D. 
A. Atllf, M.I). 
W. F. Becker, M.D. 
Burke, M.D. 
Caoate, M.D. (Thor, 
R. I r. Corales, M.D. 
I Kllfott, M.D. 
R. A. Faust, M.D. 
Irby J. Hurst, M.D. 

■' .•■<.>«. M.D. 
B W. Levy, M.h. 
hn. Jr., M.D, 



Visiting Surgeons 

F. W. Maher, M.D. 
W. C. Miller, M.D. 
M. R, My era, M.D. 
J. T. Nix, M.I). 
BiirgT.) W. W. Ogden, M.D. 

L. K. Richardson, M.D. 
Row en a Spencer, M.D. 
Albert St. Raymond, M.D. 
B. G. Taylor, M.D. 
V. Tedesco, M.D. 
L, T. Tyler, ISJX 
R. G. Reyes, M.D. 



Assistant Visiting Surgeon 

R. J. Spedale. M.D. 

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

M. L. McCall, M.D. — Obstetrtcian-GynecoIoglst-tn-Chlef 

Consultant 

P. Graffaenino, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 



r. J. Bertucel. M.D 
P. I.. Duma, M.D. 
v i:..lden, M.D. 



R. Rlln. Ml). 
Barbara Brew, M.D. 
i M Brocato, M.D. 
F O. Brumfleld, M.D. 
T K. DwBpMr, M.D. 
C. M. Dougherty, M.D, 
C. F. Goll, M.D. 
Urals A. Gal In. Ml). 
I. .1 Joseph. M.D. 
4, 11 M.D. 

MtaCune, .Ml). 
A. Mlckal. MI). 

Munlagnino, M.D. 



Itrndford, M.D. 
IHrnn, M.D. 



D. E. Goldman. M.I.. 
\v. BJ. Levy. M-D. 

M. L. McCall, M.D. 



Visiting Surgeons 

J. O, Mute, M.D. 
F. S. Oser, M.D. 
A. 11. Kallmann, M.D, 
!■:. C. Smith, MJJ, 
1 1. J. Tatum, M.D. 
R. J. Trace, M.D. 
S. V. Ward, M.I). 
W. H. Weese, M.D. 
<"'. (;. Wichser, M.D. 
Z. Wohl, M.D. 
J. S. Zoller, M.D. 
J. D. Thompson. M.D. 
(resigned 11/15/58) 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 



G. P. 



R. M. Gfrtsner, M.D. 
D. W. Inkret, M.D. 
Nolan, M.D. 



OPHTHALMOLOGY 

G. M. llaik, M.D.— Ophthalmol. >ffist-in-< ■lii.-r" 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 
Ki.rrinRton, M.D. C. M. Haik, M.D. N. L. Hart. M.D. 



35 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF — (Continued) 



Visiting Surgeon 
G. S. Ellis. M.D. 
Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
II. II. Kulil. M.D. Wi:.. II. Wyckoff. M.D. 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 
V. H. Fuchs, M.D. — Otolaryngologlst-ln-Chief 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 
v. II. Fuchs, II. I). J. p, Palermo, M.D. H. A. Thomas. M.D 

Visiting Surgeons 

I. '■ Cox, M.D. <;. n, Lyons. M.D. 

A. Pallia, m.d. a. n. Montgomery, M.D. 
'■■ Joseph. Mil. q.j, Taquino. M.D. 

H. Zoller, M.D. 

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY 

H. T. Simon, M.D — Orthopedist-in-Chlef 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

H. T. Pinion, M.D. I. Cahen, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

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

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

J. F. Nabos, M.D. ,\. Stander, M.D. 

UROLOGY 

H. T. Beacham, M.D. — Crologist-in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

II. T. Be&eham, Ml). M. M. Green, M.D, 

Visiting Surgeons 

B. II Grimm. M.D. J. c. Kenealy. M.D. R- F- Sharp. 

CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF 
July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



INDEPENDENT UNIT 

HEAD OF UNIT 
Adolph Jacobs, M.D. 

MEDICINE 
J. O. Weilbaecher, Jr.. M.D.— Physician- in- Chief 

Senior Visiting Physicians 

M. Shushan. M.D. J. o. Woilbaecher, M.D. J. w «'■ 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



Visiting Physicians 



B. Aymond. M.D. — Poliu B. O. Morrison, M.D. 
L- Q. Bole, M.D. S. L. Schlllesci, M.D. 

C. O. Lilly, M.D.— Radioloery L. A. Caboche, M.D.— AUer&y 

Assistant Visiting Physicians 
B. HochXelder, M.D. F. Hyroel. M.D. H. Koretzky, M.D. 

PEDIATRICS 

W. C. Rivenbark, M.D.— Pediatrician -in- Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician 

W. C. Rlvenbark, M. D. 

Visiting Physicians 

H. U. Chalstrom, M.D. J. M. Perret, Jr., M.D. 

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

H. C. Talmas, M.D. 

DERMATOLOGY 

V. M. Henlngton, M.D. — Dermatologist -in -Chief 

Senior Visiting Physician 

V. M. Henlngton, M.l >. 

SURGERY 

Relchard Kahle, M.D.— Surgeon-in-Chler 

Consultants 

W. It. Brewster. M.D. I.. .]. O'Neil, M.D. 

E. J. Richard, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

Boofc, M.D. C. W. Mattlnfjly, M.D. 

Pa ECRtUa, M.D, J, F. Oakley, M.D. 

: - I.vKKio. M.D. F. A, Pianche. M.D. 

Loria, M.D. .1. K. Stone, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

Brown, M.D. j. l. Garcia -Oiler. M.D, 

Ittirns. M.D. (Neurosurgery) 

inlclia. M.D. A. N. Houston, M.D. 

! i. M.D, J. M. Lyons, M.D. 

Condi*, M.D, M. M. Rosenthal, M.D. 

-mnfleld. M.D. (Anes.) W, It. Syll. M.D. 

' C Decuera. M.D. [■'. N. Vallette, M.D. 

Wm. Ij. Travis, M.D. 

Assistant Visiting Surgeons 
'li-tta, M.D. J. L. Kron, M.D. \Y. .1. SuhuHiiKkamp, M.D. 

S7 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF — (Continued) 



OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY 

Adolph Jacobs, M.D — Obstetriclan-nynocoIoKtst-in-Chtof 

Consultants 

Adolph Jacobs, M.D. H. V. Sims, M.D. 

T. B. Sellers, M.D. E. L. Zander, M.D. 

Senior Visiting Surgeons 

C. P. BeJlone, M.D. M. P. Schwarzenbach, M.D. 

J. Cohen, M.D. X. 1. Tessitore, M.D. 

H. Leldenhelrner, Jr., M.D. 
(resigned April 1959) 

Visiting Surgeons 
II. 11. Cohen, M.D. D. P, Planche, M.D. C. Vincent. 

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. — Ophthalmologist-in-Chief 
Senior Visiting Surgeons 
C. ffi. Clark, M.D. J. B. Gooch, M.D. ■'■ "- Lorose. ICE 

Visiting Surgeons 
J. R. Brock, M.D. r. j. cangelost. M.D. P- B, Lastrape*, 

OTOLARYNGOLOGY 

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

Senior Visiting Surgeon 

Jack R. Anderson, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeon 

A. Kellnor, M.D. 

UROLOGY 

H. L. Zengel, M.D.— Urologist- in -Chief 

Consultant 

R. J. Mallhes, M.D. 

Visiting Surgeons 

B. I.. Jacobs, M.D. J. W. Vaudry, M.D. H. L. Z, • 

38 



CHARITY HOSPITAL VISITING STAFF— (Continued) 



RADIOLOGY 

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

Senior Visiting Radiologist 

H. Duhe. M.D. 

Visiting Radiologists 

U m " R Hard y. K». May V. Held, M.D. 

CHARITY HOSPITAL DENTAL VISITING STAFFS 
July l t 1958 — June 30, 1959 

INDEPENDENT DENTAL UNIT 

HEAD OF UNIT 

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

Consultant 

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

Senior Visiting Dental Surgeons 

; Ducwse. D.D.S. L , L . Levy. D.D.S. 

B. C. Gore, D.D.S. Jo8e , jh L , Piaz;!ai DDSi 

,L p - Greene, D.D.S. Feter B . Salatich. D.D.S. 

Blaise Salatich, D.D.S., M.D. 

Visiting Dental Surgeons 

-, v '''- Fvc y- D.D-S- W. A. Seheffler. D.D.S. 

Kuebel. B.HS. H . P. Smith, D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeons 
'!■ i C«*nb. D.D.S. r, c. Oster, D.rvs. 

'. 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 

Houghton, D.D.S. D. L. Peterson, D.D.S. 

s Parker, M.D., D.D.S, IT. \Y. Peterson, D.D.S. 

S. L. Tlblier, D.D.S. 

Visiting Dental Surgeon* 

Ooggtn, D.D.S. J. H. Quinn, D.D.S. 

■ BaljM Tin. D.D.S. p. E. Smith, D.D.S. 

J B. Kim, D.D.S. X. Tiblier. D.D.S. 

Assistant Visiting Dental Surgeon 
P. L. Herbert, D.D.S. 

39 



JOINT REPORT 

OF THE VICE-PRESIDENT AND THE DIRECTOR 

June 30, 1959 



The Honorable Earl K. Lonj; 
Governor of the State of Louisiana 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 

Dear Governor Long: 

The Vice-President of the Board u( Administrators and the Director 
Charity Hospital of Louisiana at New Orleans, submit the following report 
of the activities of tho hospital for the fiscal year July 1, 1058 to 
30, 1959. 

The detailed information set forth in this report by departments 
reflect the operation of the hospital in Its entirety. It Is with consid. 
satisfaction that we report further, that the traditional high quaU.1 
medical care which this hospital has always afforded its patients was 
continued throughout the past year. 

Cost of Operation— Cost of operation as compared with the previous 
ImsiTtToi! * 81 ' 08765 fr °m $12,291,812.36 to 112,372,900.00. Salaries Increased 

,, ' I, whlle drtJ S a and surgical supplies and food decreased, th- 
offsetting part of the increase in personnel cost. 

Capital Improvements — In the Main hospital building Improvements 
made in the amount of $90,464.28. Of this amount repairs to the 
amounted to J8.290.OO; $72,477.28 was used to cover an over-expendlt., 
improvements to the Seventh and eighth floors (Radiology depart t. 
a J, t t to If™ Bulldin K authority. The Seventh floor was refloored at 
ost of 19,687.00. In the Power house a Deaeratlng Hot water henter ws» 
Being Installed, the cost this fiscal year being $36,432.79. 

Major items of equipment purchased out of the current year's legis- 
lative appropriation during the fiscal year were as follows: 

Automotive— 

1—1959 Ford custom 300— six passenger Sedan— 

6 cylinder engine ,j j 

_ llll ^ hrysIer Windsor 4 door sedan,' fully' equipped 2.' 

,lrl Ford Countr y sedan Amble wagon 8,480.00 

I— 1859 Ford Country Sedan Amble wagon 4 door 9 passenger. 

V " 8 bn * Ine MB! 

H0.947.M 

Building and General Plant— Laundry 

4— Sets American Matrix Extractors, 4 Containers for 

Extractors | 6 g j,, ^ 

1— Gardner Denver Model RV-1049 Air" compressor' complete.' '.'.'. ijoiti 
1— Cleveland Tram Rail #3025 a Hand propelled— 3<too# Capacity 



*«-t.27j'.««.* 



Household Furniture and Fixtur 



3— Automatic model A.M. Dishwasher stainless steel,. . ...» 4 990.9* 

8— Floor king polishers and scrubbers. 3,1 53 



40 



JOINT REPORT OF VICE-PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR 41 

Laboratory, Hospital and Medical — 

17— Oomeo stand mounted suction unit operating pumps... $ 5,910.00 

1— Model PR 7 Research Recording unit 5,950.00 

1 — Nuclear Chicago model 181 A Royal Decade scaler & 

Model T dual timer with analytical count ratemeter complete 6.446.94 

170— Halaey Cassettes with Pottuson Hi-speed screens 6,383.29 

X-Ray equipment including- mobile x-Ray units 51,042.34 

2 — Auto- Analyzers 9,354.24 



$85,G86.8I 

Office Furniture and Fixtures — 

Tiling cabinets $ 2,264.41 

18 — Manual typewriters 2,499.76 

4 — Electric typewriters 2,365.00 

1— Executone Equipment 1.173.82 

1 — Lot of Gray Steel shelving for Record Library 6,975.20 

1— Multigraph Collator— Model 650 5,991.84 

1 — Vari-typer Model ISO 3.489.22 

1— Multigraph #1250 3,469.76 



J28.320.00 



Contracts were entered into for the construction of the housing for the 
\ undeCraaff machine. New Laundry extractors were purchased in the 
ii m of $51,587.00. 

During the fiseal year, the Dental clinic was expanded and approxl- 
ly *2«,000.00 worth of dental equipment purchased. 

Plans and specifications were secured for the construction of the 12th 
floor Special x-Ray facilities. 

Renovation and modernization on the 10th floor Delivery room area 
and the Child Development project on the 10th floor. 

liifloorlng of the 6th floor and the 6th floor Infirmary area was com- 
pleted at a cost Of 114,751.00. 

The exterior of the Dibert building was painted at a cowt of $9,945.00 
"ut of the Dibert Endowment fund. 

Personnel Department — During the year most of the departments were put 
on a 40 hour work week. Plana are being formulated to place the balance 
of the departments on the same number of hours per week, in the very 
near future. 

A fingerprinting program was instituted and all personnel with fraud- 
ulent application forms in which arrests were denied have been released 

A Cyclical audit of all positiuns were made which resulted In approxi- 
mately 200 classification changes. 

Purchasing Department — All purchases of supplies, material, equipment 

unlrartual services for the hospital were made in accordance with 

provisions of the State laws governing the procurement of supplies, The 

•f various testing laboratories were utilized to assure compliance 

with specifications. 

Patients Services — During the fiscal year, 87,408 patients were admitted 
to the hospital as compared with 71,417 the previous year, a decrea 
4,009. The dally average number of patients in the hospital equaled 2,075. 
Of the total admissions, 44,025 or 65.31% were from the metropolitan area 



i 



+2 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1958-1969 



(Orleans, Jefferson and St. Bernard parishes) and 22,301 were £ron 
other parishes of the State. One thousand and eighty two <l,OS2) a.: 
elons were from other States and foreign countries and were admit: 
emergency patients. 

Outpatient Visits— 627,341 patients were given medical treatment iv. 
clinics and emergency rooms during the fiscal year as compared wi:- 
707,922 the previous year, a decrease of 80,581. The hospital's Scro- 
unit has been functioning for almost a year and all patients were i: 
viewed, thereby eliminating the ineligible patients. Patients who 
above the established pay scale were admitted only on an emeru 
biLMis. and as soon as possible were transferred to private instltuti 

During the fiscal year, the hospital collected $35fi.79S,77 for Be: 
rendered ineligible patient*. This amount was transferred to tto 
Treasurer 

The Vice-President and the Director of the hospital wish to ftoknov. 
the very valuable services of the members of the Board of Admins, • 
•>f the Hospital. 

The committees appointed by the Vice -President have functional 
ficiently throughout the year. 

Then,' committee members have zealously attended meetings 
through their conscientious work have given the benefit of their counsel 
advice to the Administrators of this institution. 

Appreciation Is expressed to the members of the Visiting staff, t 
ResMeat Physicians, and Interns, who, through their constant devotK a 
duty and their willingness to answer calls made upon them, have a,ffo: 
the Indigent of our state the medical attention they so righteously deaerv* 

The Department heads and all personnel are to be compliment.- 
their services which were rendered so efficiently during the paat year. 

"■etfully submitted, 

Leo. J. Kerne, Ml). 
Director 

Don L. Peterson, D.D.S. 

Vice-President 



JOINT REPORT OP VICE-PRESIDENT AND DIRECTOR 



43 



DISTRIBUTION OF BEDS 
June 30, 1959 

Adult White Male 667 

Adult White Female 4S1 

Adult Colored Male 474 

Adult Colored Female , 603 

Adult White Male or Female 9 

Adult Colored Male or Female 9 

Adult Unassigned 103 

Children , E43 

Bassinets , 188 

TOTAL , 2,977 



White 

Communicable Diseases 

Dental Surgery 6 

Dermatology 17 

Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat 33 

Fracture and Orthopedics 78 

gynecology 32 

Infirmaries 39 

Medicine 138 

Neurology 42 

Nurseries, Newborn 68 

Observation Rooms 9 

Obstetrics 53 

Pediatrics 125 

Pediatric Tuberculosis 

Poliomyelitis 

Premature Infant Center.. 

Psychiatry 102 

Radium Wards 28 

Rehabilitation, Alcoholic 10 

Surgery 141 

Tuberculosis 276 

Urology B2 

TOTAL 1,260 





White 


or 




Colored 


Colored 


Tots 




132 


132 


6 




12 


17 






34 


39 






78 


73 






146 


63 






95 
39 


137 






276 


44 






86 


120 






188 


9 






18 


184 






it; 


181 






306 




38 


38 




74 


7* 




94 


96 


60 




162 


3! 






61 
10 


142 






283 


327 






503 


62 






104 



1,387 



340 



2,977 



44 



CHARITY HOSPITAI,— 1 9S8- 1958 



ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 

ANNUAL REPORT 

SECRETARY-TREASURER'S OFFICE 

Financial Report — Fiscal Year 1958-1959 

The Accounting Department herewith presents the annual repot' 
the financial condition of the Operating Fund and Endowment Fu 
this Institution for the ffscul yenr ended June 30, 1959, 

The report U comprised of the following: 

Comments on Operations fur the Month of June.. ..Page I 

Graph of Total Operating Costs hv Months 

Graph of Cost of Operations A 

Operating Exhibits and Schedules as foTlou 

Operating Fund p„ g 

Balance Sheet 

Exhibit li itement of Hospital's Equltj 

schedule I Statement of Cash Balances 

schedule II Statement of Income and Expenditures 

schedule III Statement of Miscellaneous Income 

soaeaule IV Comparative Statement of Departmental Costs . . . 

Schedu e IV-A Analysis of Expenditures 

schedule V Statement of Monthly- Cost of Operations 

schedule VI Hospital Admissions. Discharges, and Patienl Daj 
. . , , , 

Sojwdule VII Admissions by Parishes . . . '. 

Schedule VIII Number of Employees on Payroll 

scneaule IX Statement of Hospital Buildings 

tscnefltUe X statement of Hospital Equipment and Furnish- 

Ings 

<"'" X A Statement of Capital Expenditures-Equip- 
ment 

Schedule XI Statement of Expenses through Louisiana Building 

, Authority jl 

hchedule XII Statement of Unexpired Insurance 

. cne.iu x,il Visitors Pood Service Department, Comparati 
Statement of Income and Expense 

Endowment Funds 

'7 1 1 "'!"!'' l Analysis of Changes In Total Fund Balances 

Schedu « II Statement of Cash Balances 

dule III Principal 

Schedule IV statement of Accumulated Income Balances ... 

s' h* i tti twparatlve Statement of Income 

2 i j . „ illative Statement of Expenditures 

Schedu VII Rond Investments 

schedule VIII Statement of Stock Ownership, Trust Fund, 

Investments , 

Schedule IX Statement of Homestead Investments 

Schedu e X Statement of Bond Liquidation Fund 51 

Schedule XI ruement of Bond Obligations. June 30, 1959 



DGO:rp 



Respectfully submitted, 

DO.VALD C. OSTEK, 
Secretary-Treasurer 



HKPORT OF ACCOUNTING liKl'ARTMKXT 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Comments on Operations 

June 30, 1959 

Cost of OperatlonH for the Month of June, 1959, as compared with the 
Month of May, 1859, decreased ?34,2G4.99, accounted for as follows: 

Increase 

or 

Decrease 

$10,044.00 

3.0S5.02* 

•15, 697. 80* 

7.170.32 



Salaries | 

Pood , 

ga and Surgical Supplies,. 

Other Operating Expense .... 

Repairs and Maintenance of 
Buildings and Kiiuipment .. 

Hospital Contribution to Retire- 
ment I'lan and F. O. A. B... 



June 

728,696.1 2 

75.S64.73 

83.205.45 

71,547.71 

15,944.75 

36,753.53 



Total Cost of Operations $1,011,512.29 



May 

$ 718,652.12 

78,450.35 

128,893.25 

64,877.89 

17,222.82 

38,181.35 

$1,045,777.28 



1,278.07' 



1,427.82* 



The Coal ot Operations for the fiscal y.'ar ended June 
Compared With the previous fiscal year increased $81,087.65. 
following summary: {Schedule V) 



1959 1958 

Salaries , S 5,399,697.99 $ 8,248,523. 1 8 

951.2S9.li7 1,018.762.50 

i and Surgical 

Supplies , 1,678,878.27 1,612,960.88 

Ira and Maintenance ,. 175,485.59 142,128.70 

r Operating Exponas .. 1,267,451.08 1.269,442.07 

Total Cost of Opera- 
tions $12,372,900,00 $12,291,812.35 

Analysis-Personal Service Coal Comparative 

June May 

. lent Physicians $ 86.S94.96 

Internes 8.700.00 8,600.00 

Ml Other staff Doctor* 17,182.28 I6.00a.117 

5 61,577.24 $ 60,163.97 

Registered Nurses $ 93.874.73 $ 98,461.19 

(•radical Nurses 51,998.96 51.714.00 

Sure* Aides 123,113.40 120,712.03 

ton! Nurses 3,316.00 3,397. [in 

$272,302,08 $269,274.72 

' Ulicr Personnel $391,316.80 $385,723.43 

is of Charity 3,000.00 3,000.00 

Professional Services 500.00 r.OO.on 

Totals $728,696.12 S7IS.652.12 

•Rsd Figures 



JtM.99' 

SO, 1959, as 

■ r i he 

Increase 

or 

Decrease 4 

$161,174.86 

67,478.43 

33,984.68* 
. : 891.89 
1,990.99* 



f 81,0 

Increase 

or 
Decrease 4 
-; i n.;«<: 

1.I7S.3! 
S 1,423.27 



S 428.64 
284.95 
-\ HH.37 
82.6Q» 

$ 3,027.36 

$ 5,593.37 



$10,044.00 



48 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1958-1959 

By actual payroll count. 175 persons were employed and 12 5 release! 
during the Month of June per the rollowlng comparative analysis: 

Increase c 
„ June May Decrease' 

Registered Nurses 335 331 4 

Practical Nurses 284 2M 

Nurse Aides ............ '. 776 762 

All Other Personnel .........[...[.].. J.995 1,973 

3,390 3,340 60 

■Red Figures 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT *7 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Total Operating Costs By Months 

For the Fiscal Year July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 

'Thousands of J) 

51,080 






11,060 






$1,040 






11,020 



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CHARITY HOSPI'rAI^1958-1959 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
COST OF OPERATIONS 
FOR TV I E FISCAL YEAR JULY 1, 195 8 TO JUNE 30. 1959 




A 

B 

C 
D 

E 



So lories 

Food 

Druoj ond Surgical Supplies 

Other Operating Expenses 

Repoirj and Maintenance Expenses 

TOTAL COST 




$8,399,697.99 

951,289.07 
1,578,97: 
1,267,451. 08 

175,485.59 



100.00% 



$12,372,900.00 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 49 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Balance Sheet as of June 30, 1959 
ASSETS 
OPERATING FUNDS— CURRENT ASSETS 
Cash (Schedule I) 

Rank of Louisiana at New Orleans $ 70,321.05 

Hibernia National Bank 100.00 

National American Bank — Operating 

Account , 301,484.64 

National American Bank — Payroll Account.. 3,000.00 

Progressive Hank and Trust Company 100.00 

Whitney National Bank 100.00 

National Bank of Commerce ! 10,927.81 

Petty Cash Fund 1.750.00 $1,087,783.5(1 



Accounts Receivable 

Miscellaneous Accounts * 8,859.19 

National Found. Infant. 

Paralysis 19,273.51 28,132.70 



Patients Accounts— Active S 788,145.37 

Patients AccountK— Inactive. . :'.L'4,T71.46 tl.112.91S.83 



Leoa: Reserve tor Doubtful 
Accta 1,112,916.83 



Inventory — Materials and 

Supplies 283,4HI. 03 

Deferred Charges 

paid Insurance 5 28,725.25 

li-poslt* on Containers 1,231.85 29,967.20 



Total Current Assets t 1.429.274.43 

PLANT ASSETS 

Land t 1.885.776.T5 

ISulldiiiK* 13,913,536,74 

Equipment 4,150,495.74 

Radium 24.569.95 $19,974,379.18 



Cemetery— Land and Buildings. . 51,702-50 20,026.081.68 

Building Under Construction 159,910.47 

Total 121,615.266.58 



Revolving Fund — Visitors Food 
Service 

<h — -National American 
Bank $ 200.00 

b — Bank of Louisiana at 

v.- Orleans *J4, 954.76 

National Hank of 

Commerce 2,167,64 $ 27,822.40 



Miscellaneous Accounts 

lOelvable Inventory — R<- 2,481.72 

Merchandise 2.075.9S S 31.830.10 

Premature Infant Care Program 

Equipment and Furniture * 59,059.441 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 18M-185S 



Exhibit I 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Balance Sheet as of June 30, 1959 

LIABILITIES AND HOSPITAL'S EQUITY 
OPERATING FUNDS-CURRENT LIABILITIES 

Accounts Payable— Trade $ 337,861.01 

Accrued Payroll— Payable 315 203.22 

Accounts Payable— Miscellaneous 

Accounts Payable-Employees Retirement. . . 69.721.04 

Accounts Payable— Social Security 
Accounts Payable-Employees Bond 
rurchaaes 



Accounts Payable— Employees' Salary ' 
Garnishments 



16.043.83 



j 73S.8S8.SK> 



1,306.65 



Amounts Payable-Employes Withholding" 

OPERATING FUNDS— RESERVE 

Unclaimed Wages « 1 344 B2 

Deposits on Keys, etc YYYYYYYYYY. l.tltll 

OTHER FUNDS— LIABILITIES 

^ Curr^r^"^ 6 Stftte General ^"d 

, r Ure ", P'f 1 Year (Schedule III) * 88,487.88 

I rlor Fiscal Year 3 ; 564 . 1S 319 . 

Total Current Liabilities f 7734 

PL *£L?r Pl 7A L AND DEPRECIATION 

R Z rvol P ■ ■ '. 110,972.256.58 

"(■serve— Depreciation of 

Pulldln B s , (,„„„„,, 

H.-serve-Depreciatlon'of * *.™U9(LM 

*"" pmpnl ■• 3,488,044.72 9,213,736.57 20,185.9:' 

HOSPITAL'S EQUITY, INCLUDING 
OUTSTANDING COMMITMENTS 
(Exhibit II) 



Total 



*21.816,26e.W 



Revolving Fund— Visitor. Food Service 
Accounts Payable 

TOtvln* Fund Advances 

Surplus-state Revenue-Prior Year 

Surplus-State Revenue-Current Year'.!"!!!! 

Prsmsture Infant Care Program 

Advances— Louisiana State Dept. of Health.. 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 51 

Exhibit II 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Hospital's Equity 
June 30, 1959 

Increase or 
Balance Decrease Balance 

RESERVE— HOSPITAL'S EQUITY B/30/68 July- June 6/30/59 

Purchase Order Commitments 

Outstanding ?1S2,470.32 $179,065,87* I 3,404.46 

Inventory- Material and Supplies .. 246,411.13 36,989.90 283,401.03 

Prepaid Insurance 26,327.43 2,397.82 28,725.25 

Deposits on Containers 888,80 343,15 1,231.95 



$456, 097.68 $139,335.00 $316,762.68 

ADO: OUTSTANDING COMMITMENTS 339.039.57A 

Balance Per Balance Sheet June 30, 

1959 $655,302.25 



•Red Figures 
A-Exhlblt I 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Cash Balances 
June 30, 1959 

Hospital Visitors Bond 

Operating Food Endowment Liquidation 

Fund Service Funds 

mijernla National Bank s 100.00 

National American Rank 804,484.64 100.00 

Progressive Bank and Trust Company 100.00 !30 8' 

Whitney National Bank 100.00 

National Bank of Commerce 710,927.81 3,167.64 

Bank of Louisiana at New Orleans 70.S31.0S iifiH.76 

Petty Cash Fund , 1,750.00 175,00 

TOTALS $"i,0gT,7_ga.60A *277322740A *235,405.B2" 



Schedule I 



Fund 


Total 




1 


J822.60 


305,507.14 




235,330.62 




100.00 




713,095.45 




86,275.81 




1,925.00 


$822,50 


$1,351,334.02 



A-Kxhllilt I 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 53 

Schedule II 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Income and Expenditures 

July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 

MEANS OF FINANCING 

1957- 19B8 1958-1959 Total 

State Appropriation $182,47(1.32 $12,738,537.00 $12,921,007,32 

Bond Liquidation Fund 276,718.16 276,718.16 

Federal and Other Grants r.5.7 43.71 55,743.71 

Transferred from Trust Funds.. 5.6K4.78 5.684.78 

Total Income $182,470.32 $18,076,683.65 $13,259,153.97 

EXPENDITURES 

Operating Expenses $25,330.46 $11,900,905.13 $11,926,235.59 

Hospital Contribution to Em- 
ployees Retirement 446,210,21 446,210.21 

<':ipital Expenditures 110,050.99 394,482.29 504,533.28 

Inventory-Material and Supplier 43,684.42 fi.694.52 8 36.989.90 

Prepaid Innurance '1, 397.82 2,397.82 

Deposit on Containers 343.15 343.15 

$179,065.87 $12,737,644,08 $12,916,709.95 

COMMITMENTS OUTSTANDING JUNE 30, 1959 

Purchase order Commitments .. % 339,039.57 $ 839,oa 

Total Expenditures and Com- 
mitments $179,065.87 $11,070,683.65 $13,256,749.52 

'■■■encumbered Balance June 30, 1959, 

due State General Fund $ 3,404.45 % $ 3,404.45 



'it'll Figures 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Comparative Statement of Miscellaneous Income 

July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 



Patianta Services , 


Month of 

June 
1959 


Amusement Licenses 

Boxing and Wrestling Exhibitions . . . 


.... $ 


80. 25 
234 00 






30 00 


















65.00 










$ 


t09.il 


Fees 


t 


1 Z i 82 






330.80 
449.00 


Death and Burial Certificates 




18.J0 

4.652.00 




* 


5.575.12 


Miscellaneous 

Sale of Swill and Junk 

Telephone Commissions 


$ 


300.40 
602 76 


Rent 




350.00 



Total 
7/1/58 to 
6/30/59 

$356,798.77 



1 


58045 




4,829.65 




12.96S.OO 




14.00 




5,730.00 




1,275.00 


1 


se.8ts.90 


t 


12.671.78 




5,290.18 




5,552.80 




192.60 




57,132.60 


1 


80.839.7fi 



t 2.289.74 
7,258.68 
4,200.00 



Total 

7/1/57 to 
6/30/58 

$245,389.1 H 



$ 440.00 

4.684.00 

12.627.50 



5,460.00 
1,303.00 

$ 24,514. 50 



S 6,997.69 

8,565.96 

4,950.75 

473.00 

48,202.50 

$ 69,189.90 



* 2,982.15 
D78.8J 

4,200.00 



Schedule III 



Increase 
Of 

Decrease* 

$111,409.58 



140.25 
145.55 
340.50 

14.00 
27U.0H 

28.00* 

8S2.40 



$ 5,674.09 
3.276.78* 
602.05 
280.50* 
8,930.00 

$ 11,649.86 



$ 692.41* 
S20.I3* 



'R«d Figured 



H 

~ 

'/, 

a 

-. 

> 



Rental Accomodation.* 

Student Tuitions 

$ 1.253.16 

Total Miscellaneous Income $32,383.72 

Deduct: 
Personal Sen - iee Cost Handling Patients 
Accounts Receivable Tor Medical Services 

Rendered Ineligible Patients $ 2,184.71 

All Other Accounts 1,761.08 

| 3,945.79 

Due State General Fund J28.437.93 

Transferred to Louisiana State Treasury 

Balance Due State Treasurer 128,437.93 

Operating Expense Refunds 
Federal and Other Grants 

G. I. Students $ 54.00 

National Foundation for Infantile 

Paralysis 4,533.00 

Premature Infant Care Training Program. 820.00 

Sundry 5,684.78 

TOTALS $11,091.78 

•Red Figures 



263.44 
3,059.00 


5,800.00 


190.56 
2,760.00* 


$ 17,061.86 


$ 21,133.84 


$ 4,071.98' 


$480,097.29 


$360,227.43 


$119,869.86 


$ 31, 253. If 
23,429.16 


$ 23.148.47 
20,167.48 


S 8,104.72 
3,261.68 


$ 54,632.35 


J 43,315,95 


* 11,366.40 


$425,414.94 
396,977.01 


$316,911.48 
285,895.93 


$108,503.46 
111,081.(18 


$ 28,437.93 


$ 31,015.55 


$ 2,577.62* 



$ 376.00 

44,286.00 
9,500.00 
7,266.49 

$ 61,423.49 



$ 736.00 

94,727.29 

24,138.20 

4.600.04 

$124,201.53 



% 360.00* 

50,441.29* 
14,638.20* 

2,666.45 

$ 62,773.04* 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Comparative Statement of Departmental Costs 
July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 



Schedule IV 



Expenses 
June 
1959 

Administrative and General $ 32,291.55 

Admitting; Rooms , . 10,058.85 

Traffic and In format ion 28,357.54 

Store Rooms 3,788.68 

Purchasing- Department 2,979,14 

Personnel Department 3,041. 09 

Intake Unit 8,5". 

Housekeeping Department 53,261,95 

Maintenance Department 53.175.47 

Operation of Plant 34,549.1 1 

Laundry 21,703.56 

Linen and Sewing Rooms 6,811.69 

Student Nurses Living Quarters,, 2,906.39 

Internes and Prof. Students .... 2,391.40 

Sisters Living Quarters 4.682.1':! 

Other Personnel Quarters 560.38 

Dietary Department 120,872.90 

Medical and Surgical Care 51,229.37 

Nursing Service 169,265.34 

Psychopathic Department 24,890.78 

Contagious Unit , . 19,187.16 

Premature Infant Can 12,212.59 

White Tuberculosis Unit 19,644.43 

<1 Tuberculosis Unit 13,486.18 

T B r..oe 











Expenses to 












Date 1959 










Expenses 


Dver- Under* 








Over or 


July 1, 1957 


Expenses to 




Expenses 


Budget 


Under* 


June 30, 1958 


Date 1958 


o 


ar.l,347.M 


I 379,oi;2.i;: 


$ 27,714.66* 


3 349,933.66 


5 1,409.30 


11S.510.66 


123,712,03 


5,201.37' 


121,929.85 


3,419.19* 


> 


302,600.72 


333.51 


1S.03S.21 


284,130.99 


18.52S.73 


'>— 


42.834.17 


44,950.55 


2,116.38* 


39,617.03 


3,217.14 


H 


36,592.41! 


■ 


354.18 


35,835.12 


757.34 


K 


41,928.61 


44,411.00 


2,487.72* 


44,230.98 


2,307.40* 


a 


S9.34X.ii' 


68,798.36 


20,654.87 


443.56 


ss.9n-i.oi; 


§ 


002,439.05 


602,858.86 


214.80* 


601,332.03 


1,107.02 


7*. 


585,592.43 


597,102.59 


11,510.16* 


595,532.67 


9,940.24* 


bj 


41IX.XM li." 


jiir..r.is.2o 


3,282.79 


394,280.90 


14,520.15 


> 


250,899.61 


258,539.24 


7.639.63* 


246,138.35 


4,761.26 


r 


80.066.37 


79,751.57 


814.80 


79,681.85 


434.52 


I 


33.328.S6 


36.235.84 


2,906.98* 


36,091.84 


2,762.98* 


CD 


29,606.75 


2 9, 790.56 


183.81* 


27,392.03 


2,214.72 


ffJ 


48,084.15 


44,529.00 


3.555.15 


42,045.94 


6,033.21 


g 


4,577.79 


3,600. Uii 


977.79 


2,521.53 


2,056.26 


~J 


1,505,242.58 


1,562,077.52 


56,834.94* 


1.599,357.60 


94,115.02* 




568,058.08 


569,61 9. 7i< 


1,563.71* 




I.:;; •:.:■■ 




1,950.845.51 


1,395,339.40 


55,506.11 


1,907,049,55 


43,195.96 




no, 121.37 


319,772.92 


18.557.55* 


293.571.90 


7,643.47 




224,946.95 


234,183.03 


9.236.08* 


231,103.52 


9,156.57* 




151,016.38 


158,743.23 


7,726.84* 


158.0S0.23 


7,669.84* 






23H.74H.27 


10,154.25* 


236,191.42 


9,606.40* 




159,276.41 


159,918.36 


641.95* 


,880.88 


'H.09 




23.364. H 




11,345.61* 


.46.08 


Il.181.fi0* 





. 



38,203.4$ 

.School of Physical Therapy 

Student Nurses School 15,866.33 

Pharmacy and Drugs 16,804.82* 

Medkal Records Library 15,740.04 

Social Service Department 13,753,00 

Electron Microscope 74.68 

Operating Rooms 48,459.52 

Pollomylitis Center 4,848.22 

Delivery Rooms 17,048.79 

Anesthesia Department 12,548.29 

Gas Therapy Department 5,169.63 

X-Ray Diagnostic 39,494,32 

X-Ray Therapeutic 6,740.04 

Laboratories 27.8S0.S8 

Physical Therapy 7,954.8(1 

Electrocardiograph 

Department 8,590.48 

Blood Bank 9,346.55 

Kk-ttroencephaloeraph 

Department 1,479.51 

Lung Station 1,368.28 

Clinics 31,048.80 

Ambulance Service 3,210,48 

Emergency Rooms 15,303.37 

Cemetery , 413.12 



TOTALS 



$1,011, 51 2.2 9 A $12,372,9DO.OOA $12,718,410.82 8345,510.82* $12,292,420.84 $80,479.16 



• Red Figures 
A— Schedule IV-A and V 





J4.2I 


1,314.44 


4ti6. 1 


.S.09 




7,785.08 


10,828.97 


3,043.89* 


21,724.31 


13,939.23* 




186,297.65 


187,993,50 


1,695.85 


187,495.25 


1.197.60* 




473,373.29 


571.717.84 


98,344.65 


522,300.18 


48,926.89 




186,590.05 


186,685.39 


96.34* 


181,087.22 


5,502.83 




155,282.32 


149.394,08 


5.88S.24 


177,251.39 


21,969.07* 




1,256.89 


1,002.00 


254.89 


1,539.00 


282.11* 




532,393.18 


567,763.00 


36,369.82* 


489,003.93 


43,389.25 


g 


58,169,70 


61,950.82 


3,781,12* 


75,306.86 


17,137.16* 


184,584.93 


208,836,08 


24,251.15* 


186,807.14 


2,222.21* 


o 


153,355.87 


168,688.21 


15,332.34* 


144,176.44 


9,179.43 


56,490.47 


66,178.90 


311.57 


56,463.92 


28.56 


H 


438,723.68 


457,564,46 


18,840.78* 


377,025.27 


61,698.41 


O 


66,783.17 


61.643.60 


5,139.57 


62.426.30 


4,356.87 


*3 


318,146.58 


311,196.08 


6,950.50 


299,398.15 


18,748,43 


if- 


91,033.39 


93.330.7S 


3.247.39* 


76,082,45 


15,000.94 


n 


81,590.63 


84,558.97 


2,968.44* 


78,476.34 


3,114.19 


o 

CI 


110,355.44 


174,754.84 


64,399.40* 


101,398.36 


8,957.08 




18,285.98 


17,862.91 


423.07 


18,759.30 


473.32* 


5 


17,410.57 


18,514.80 


1,104.23* 


18,261.98 


851.41* 





377,109.62 


385,833.40 


8,723. 7S* 


3S5, 620.20 


8,510.58* 


b 


63,444. 1 


74,521.05 


11,076.95* 


77,084.32 


13,640.22* 


H 


183,797.73 


1S4.858.55 


1,060.80* 


130.093.82 


12,296.07* 


'3 
ft 


4. 887.39 


4,891.42 


4.03* 


4,713.84 


173.55 



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X 

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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Analysts of Expenditures 



SchnluU IV-A 



July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 



PERSONAL SERVICES 

Salaries 

Professional Services 



CONTRACTUAL SERVICES 

Advertising . , 

Dues and Subscriptions 

Gas and Electricity 

Insurance , 

Postage and Trans, of Commodities. . 

Rentals 

Printing 

Repairing Property and Equipment. 

Telephone and Telegraph 

Other 

TRAVELING EXPENSES 

MATERIAL AND SUPPLIES 

Clothing 

Educational and Recreational 

General Plant 

Household 

Medical 

Office 

Automoti | 

nd Mftln< 



Expenses 

$ 727,063.42 

1,832.70 

J 72S.696.12 



196.80 

8.65 

17.396,95 

4,768.76 

1,365.27 

66,15 

553.48 

7,824.77 

6,863.66 

£23.26 

39.S57.74 

83.53 



Prior Years 
Commitments 

I 

445.63 



* 445.63 



16.92 



7.S0 
678.86 



* 602.58 



1958-1959 
Appropriation 
t 8.392,035.66 
7,216.70 

* 8,399,252.36 



S 588 t« 

6,181.58 

207.271.14 

51.846.43 

13,699.99 

49S.15 

14,396.98 

104,828.00 

81.604.64 

14,043.68 

$ 494.958.35 

$ 1,744.29 



Total 
* 8,392,035.66 
7,662.33 

t 8,399.697.99 



t 588.26 

6,181.58 

207,271.14 

51,846.43 

13,716.91 

498,16 

14,306.98 

104,835.80 

81,604.64 

14,622.54 

$ 496.561.43 



1.744.29 



4.724.93 


I 62.45 


$ 17.856,70 


t 17,919,15 


107.72 




3,231,32 


3,231.32 


2,952.45 


. . , 


34,764,76 


34,764.76 


20,200.46 


2,175.4ft 


218,649.88 


220,825.28 


83,206.45 


17,553.44 


1,561,422.83 


1,578,976.27 


4,980.39 


130.00 


60,726.62 


60,856.62 


747.35 




8,097.09 


8,097.09 
94,696.42 


8,110.98 


48t.ES 


94,209.84 


4, 12*. J* 


111 


47.4*2.26 


47. 



o 

X 

> 

» 

a 

o 
m 







.13 09 

75,364.73 

1,681.64 






538.14 

950,113.54 
8,330.85 




638,14 

961.289.07 

10,901.67 






1,176.58 
2,670.72 














5 


.1.37 


* 24,232.25 


1 


3.005,403.83 


t 


3,029,686.03 




Retirement and F.O.A.B, Exp 


1 


36,753.53 


t 


t 


446,210.21 


t 


446,210.21 






11,011, 512. 29A 


J 25,330.46 


$.12,347,569.04 


812.372.900.00A 


g 

o 

2 


EXPENDITURES— ASSETS 
EQUIPMENT PURCHASES 


1 


3,359.57 


t 

56,991.00 


5 


11,465.54 
9,153.75 

15,670.42 
2,321.22 

91,265.44 

13,786.97 


* 


11,465.64 
66,144.75 
15,670.42 
2,321.22 
100,917.44 
20,762,17 




H 




6,085.71 


O 

>*J 


Educational and Recreational 


9,652.00 
6,975.20 




41.819.53* 
5,952,13 


o 
o 
o 


Office 


Total Equipment Purchases 


t 


27,421.62* 

72,477.28 

35,224.62 


$ 73,618.20 
36.432.79 


8 


143.663.34 

90,454,28 

169,910.47 


t 


217,281.64 
126.887.07 
159,910.47 


a 
z 




K 


Construction-Bldgs 




Total Equip. Major Repairs Bldg, Con- 
struction 


% 


80,280.28 


1110,050.99 


i 


394,028.09 


S 


504,079.08 




*r\ 


DEFERRED CHARGES 


t 


781.51* 
88.40 




t 


2,397.82 
343.15 


t 


2.397.82B 
343.15B 


> 

- 

£ 

1*1 








% 


693.11* 




t 


2,740.97 


t 


2,740.97 


z 


STORES 


$ 


64,934.48 


3 43.684.42 


i 


6,694,52* 


$ 


36.989.90B 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 


$1,156,033.94 


U79.065.87B 


J12.737.644.08 


$12,916,709.95 


















•Red Figures 
A-Schedule IV 
B-Exhlblt II 


a* 



STATEMENT OF BUDGET BALANCES 

Appropriation Fiscal Year 1958-1959 



Personal Service 

Contractual Service 

Travel Expense , 

Material and Supplies . . , 
Hosp, Cont. Retire. Plan.. 
Equip. Pur. (Cap. Outlay) 

Deferred Charges 

Major Repairs . , 

Constructlon-BIdg 

Stores 



Allotment 

7 1 58 to 

6 30 59 

8.648.733,85 

■".11.980.55 

1,334.50 

2,857,421 .23 

488.15S.24 

40a.087.53 

25,000.01) 
183.7S9.S1 



Expended 

Month 

of June 

|! 738,686.1 2 

39,857.74 
88.58 

206,121.37 
36, 753,63 
27.4 21.'.: ■ 
693.11' 

72,477.2s 
85,224.52 
64,984.48 



Expended 
to Date 
8.399,252.36 
1114,958.85 
1,744.29 
3,005,403.83 
446,810.81 
143,663.34 
2,740.97 
90,454.28 
159,910.47 
6,694.52* 



J13.O71.50O.31 81,156,033.94 $12,737,644.08 



State Allotment, Fiscal Year 

7/1/58-6/30/59 

Federal Grants Received 



Bond Liquidation Fund 

Expended Fiscal Year 

Commitments Outstanding aa 
of 6/30/59 



$12,738,587.80 

61,428,49 

276,718.16 
12.737.644.Og 



Total 
Expended 

Allotment and Allotment 

Bal. before CommitmentgCommitments Balance 

Com. 6/30/59 6/30/59 5,30/59 6/30/59 

$ 249,481.59 $ $8,399,252.36 $249,481.69 

17,021.70 6,495.36 501.454.21 10,526.34 

409.79* 1,744.29 409.79* 

147,982.60* 30,464.12 3.035,867.95 178,446.72* 

41,943.03 446.210.21 41,943.03 

281,424.19 107,032.34 260,685.68 154.391.85 

2,740.97* 2,740.97 2,740.97* 

65,454.28* 69,203.54 159,657.82 134.657.82* 

86,181.16* 94,721.(111 254,631.47 120.842.16* 

6,694.52 31,123.21 24.42$.<S9 24.428.69* 

$ 333,856.23 $339,039.57 $13,076,683.65 $ 5.183.34* 



18,076,683.65 



339,039,57 13,076,683.65 



A 

B 
O 

t 






CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Comparative Statement of Monthly Cost of Operations 
July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



Drugs and Other Repairs & 

Surgical Operating Maint. Total 

195 8 Salaries Food Supplies Expenses Expenses Cost 

•July I 674,677.68 $ 66,050,44 $ 142,243,55 * 102. 392.00 $10,945.71 S 996,309.28 

August 681,129.44 93.6S8.66 138,874,86 107,805.51 15,828.62 1,037,327.09 

September 682,001.53 81,895.87 138,830.18 101,982.34 13,847.79 1.018,657.71 

October 690,240.71 93,576.68 143,651.19 111,707.24 19,725.11 1,058,900.93 

November 684,355.58 77,759.11 135,675,9".! 109, 038. 61 13.53S.83 1,030,366.05 

December 688,877.52 75,772.14 137.343.12 103,840.27 10,763.53 1,016,596.58 

1959 

January 690.479.26 79,871.60 119.978.67 107,159.28 10.232.S2 1,007,721.13 

February 716,838.06 70,721.52 123.973.17 107,188.35 12,003.71 1,080,724^81 

March 718,930.46 82.611.64 143,749.98 98, 507. 10 1fi.Sfi4.4K 1,059,693 65 

April 714,819.62 75.526.33 143,456.93 106,970.40 18,530.92 1,059,313.20 

May 718,652.13 78,450.35 128,893.25 102.558.74 17,222.82 1,045,777.28 

■lune 728,696.12 75,364.73 83,205,45 108,301.24 15,944.75 1.011.512.29A 

Totals $8,399,697.99 $ 951,289.07 SI, 578,976,27 $1.267,451.08 $175,485.59 $12,372,900.00A 

Percent 

7/1/57 to 6/30/58.. 67.89% 7.69% 12.76% 10.24% 1.42% 100.00% 

Total $8,2 48,523.13 $1,018,762,50 $1.612,961.0 $1,261,218,48 $150,347.2 4 $12,291,812135 

Percent 67.11% 8.28% 13.12% 10.26% 1.23% 100.00% 

Increase- 

Decreaao* $ 151,174,86 $ 67,473,43 * $ 33,984.73 * $ 6,778.40 8 25,138,35 $ 80,633.45 

In crease - 

Decrease* .78% .59% * .36% * .02% * .19% .00% 

•Red Figures 
A-Schedule IV and IV-A 



No. of Patients 



Schedule V 



Cost 
Per Patient 



In- 


Out- 


In- 


Out- 


patient 


Patient PatientPatient 


Days 


Days 


Days 


Days 


61,990 


59,667 


$14.86 


$1.26 


65,609 


62,034 


$14.10 


$1.24 


66,967 


53,428 


$14.07 


$1.43 


S7.961 


55,978 


$13.97 


iji.nn 


64,360 


43,47* 


$14,86 


$1.73 


59,834 


44,419 


$15.76 


$1.70 


64,673 


48,432 


$14,37 


$3.62 


59,019 


44,115 


$16.15 


$1.75 


61,254 


50,010 


$16.03 


$1.56 


62,460 


55,864 


$15.67 


$1,39 


62,791 


54,363 


$15.42 


$1.43 



60,296 65,553 $15.62 $1.35 



757,204 627.341 $15.09 $1.61 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Statement of Hospital Admissions, Discharges and Patient Day Costs 

June 30, 1959 



Schedule VI 



Total 
PATIENTS REMAINING 

June 30, 1958 1,719 

May 31, 1SS9 1,917 

ADMISSIONS 

June, 19S9 5,007 

7/1/S8 to 6/30/69 , 67,408 

TRANSFERRED FROM OTHERS 

June, 1959 , 337 

7/1/58 to 8/30/69 3,887 

PATIENTS DISCHARGED 

June, 1959 4,747 

7/1/58 to 6/30/59 64,302 

PATIENTS DIED 

June, 1959 224 

7/1/58 to 6/30/69 2,872 

TRANSFERRED TO OTHERS 

June, 1969 337 

7/1/58 to 6/30/69 3,887 

PATIENTS REMAINING 

June, 1959 1,958 

PATIENTS-DATS 

June, 1959 60,296 

7/1/58 to 8/10/59 757.204 



Contagious 


General 


Polio- 
myelitis 


Premature 

Infant 


Psycho ■ 
pathio 


Tuber- 
culosis 




44 
50 


1,132 
1.329 


i 

7 


98 
71 


162 
166 


285 
294 


n 


204 
2,545 

6 
221 


4,468 
61,455 

265 
3,077 


5 
11 

9 
32 


109 
1,049 

5 
51 


189 
1,939 

25 
190 


42 

409 

27 
316 


3 

Hi 

tt 

o 
to 

> 

r 

►-» 


186 
2,379 


4,256 
58,622 


3 
28 


69 
783 


179 
1,944 


54 
549 


9 

125 


166 
2,354 


4 
6 


37 
313 


3 
15 


5 
69 


I 

CO 
tn 
V 


20 
261 


283 
3,341 


6 


1 
24 


l r, 
139 


18 
116 




45 


1,347 


14 


78 


183 


28G 




1,853 
24.343 


42,337 
539.194 


Ml 

3.254 


2,215 
tl,4M 


Mil 

M, I Tl 


8,214 
1H4.779 





Jun*. l»:.f . . *t 

7/1/M to «/t0/6» 1.07* <U 

WKHACii: UBNGTB OF STAY 

HAYS 

June. 19S9 , 8.73 7.:'] 

7/1/58 to 6/30/69 10.94 3.34 

PERCENT MORTALITY 

June. 1969 S.24% 3,60% 

7/1/68 to 6/30/59 4.15% 4.79% 

AVERAGE MONTHLY 

OCCUPANCY 

June, 1959 66.62% 46.79% 

7/1/68 to 6/30/59 67.73% 60.63% 

Month of June, 1959 
White 

Out-Fatient Visits 13,128 

Emergency Room Patients 2.3S2 

15.6IM 
Deduct: Emergency Room Patients Treated 

and Transferred to Wards 110" 



1.477 



TM 

K.60 



2.87% 
3.76% 



70.39% 
73.68% 



39.67 
23.24 



44.4% 



12.05% 






l :.".;:< 
23.15 



21.02% 
27.38% 



61.63% 
60.403 






15.40 
L'S .61 



.086% 

.0789 



111.02$ 

101.03% 






iM.lfi 
15.08 



1.47% 

.0849! 



47.87% 
50.19% 



CLINICS 



Jul/ 1, 1953 to June 30, 1959 



Colored 

33,653 

6,738 

40,391 



LB,40fl 



238* 

4"o."ir,3 



Total 
46,781 

n,i2ft 
65,901 

348* 

r.r>,r,rj3 



White 
148,983 

26,164 



175.145 

1,558 * 
173,587 



Colored 

379,594 

76,890 

456.484 

S.730* 
453,754 



Total 

528,575 

103,054 

4,288* 



627,341 



Avg. Mo. Cost 
Fiscal Year 
1957-1958 
IN-PATIENTS 

Total Service Cost 1910,680.58 

Average Cost per Patient Day I 13.77 

OUT-PATIENT VISITS 

Total Service Cost t 77.309.36 

Avg. Cost per Patient Visit t 1.31 

•Red Figures 



PATIENTS DAY COST 

Month of 
June 

$935,908.87 



1 




15.52 


1 


16 


149.22 


? 




1.35 



Total 

7/1/58 to 

6/30/59 

$11,422,807.68 



1 


1 6.09 


1 


949.638.12 


t 


1.51 



64 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 195S-1959 



Schedule VII 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Admissions by Parishes 

July I, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

June 7/1/58 to 

Parish 1959 6/30/59 

A( " ;,dla 24 m 

A,len g 73 

Ascension , 79 1.Q02 

Assumption ....... YY. 58 672 

Avoyelles !•> 

Beauregard ..I'. 24 

Bienville ,,, " { 

Bossier 2 6 

Caddo ............. 19 

Calcasieu _ 26 312 

Caldwell 

Cameron 10 

Catahoula i 

Claiborne [ 

Concordia _ 10 T* 

DeSoto 2 

!vist Baton Rouge ... Y. YY 295 4.131 

East Carroll \ 8 ' 1 9 

1 :ust Feliciana , 36 540 

Rvangellne [[ ^ 1 84 

Franklin 

'; r;mt ■■■yyyyyyyyyy/yyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. "i *< 

Iberia , 25 

Iberville , YYYYYYYYYYYYYY 72 873 

.Jackson 

Jefferson Y.Y. [\ \ \ [\ \ \\ [ \ \ \ \ \ \ \\ \ \\\ '- \\ ' 4 jj 

Jefferson Davis 5 

Lafayette ]g 

!' ;,f,,urch( = ■'.'■'.'■'■Y.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.Y.Y.'.Y. 103 1.868 

LoSaUe • <, 

Lincoln ' ]7 

Livingston ...... Y. 21 J 77 

nson \\' 

Morehouse ...YY 

eWtoohea 1 16 

■»■ YYY.Y.YYYYY.YYY.Y.YY. 2.709 

Ouachita 3 

Ptaquemtaea ' ^ gg 

1 Mint Coupee Y.YYY. 37 

U*-,"*? :::::::::::: u m 

Red River 

Richland Y. Y. Y "» 

Sabine 7 

st ii,rn:,ra YYYYYYYYYYY.YYYYYYY m 

St. Charles fl2 

St. Helena YYY. , E 

st. James ; ; ; ; ;;;;;;; ;;;;;;;;; ; 50 

St. John the Baptist 7g t , 1 4 , 

St. Landry gj ' r>(1(; 

St. Martin , ' g so 

«!•• M«ry ■•■ YYY.YYY.YY.Y. 47 100 

St. Tammany 10 g l i4 l 8 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 65 



June 7/1/58 to 

Par,8h 1959 6/30/59 

Tangipahoa 71 j 030 

Tensas 4 » 

Terrebonne . . YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. "i46 ],7ia 

Union 2 19 

Vermillion .".*""! YYY. \ YYY. \ Y '. YYY Y ' 15 160 

Vernon , 2 „. 

W«i*lnEton . '. | | 1 1 1 1 1 | 1 1 | | | ; ; ; : M „, 

Webster . . , 10 

West Baton Rouge jg 5 07 

West Carroll ....... 3 23 

«>« Feliciana YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY is 274 

™ lnn 1 16 



195S 

July 6.534 

August 8,647 

September 6,41» 

October 6,214 

November 5.357 

December 5,208 

1959 

January 5,907 

February 4,879 

March 5,213 

April 5,045 

May 4,978 

June 5,007 

67,408 



„.. _ 4,917 66,326 

Other States , 7g , M6 

*>»*'««» 11 B4 

I n known , ,, i .,., 



5,007 67,408 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Number of Employee* on Payroll 

June 30, 1959 



Schedule VIII 



ADMINISTRATIVE AM) GENERAL 

Executive Office 

Accounting Department 

Traffic and Information 

Purchasing Department 

Personnel Department 

Mimeo. and Muttigraph Section 

Poet Office 

TOTAL ADMINISTRATIVE AND 

U 

OTHER 

Admitting Rooms 

Store Room* 

Intake Department 

Housekeeping Department 

Maintenance Department . . . 

Operation of Plant 

Laundry' 

LJnen and Sewing Room 

Studont N'uraes Living Quarter*. ' . 

Prof. Student* Home (Tulane Ave). 
Slaters Living Quarters . 

• tary Depart nv r. | 
J4XJ-*. 
Nursing fUr 





11 

fa 


I 


s 


J3 


i! 


^s 


»T 


%i~ 


is 




«ii 


«* 


11 


<i.ti> 


7 




T 


1 


38 


i« 


37 


34 


139 


10 


149 


145 


]» 




10 


» 


IS 


3* 


15 


It 


T 


1 


8 


" 


3 




3 


3 


Ml 


7 


m 


217 


47 


2* 


45 


41 


IS 


1 


II 


15 




39 


39 


3G 


S77 


g 




?S1 


145 


3 


14S 


149 


41 




4a 


48 


119 




129 


130 


40 


!• 


39 


39 


11 




17 


15 


16 




IS 


14 




1 


9 


• 


m 




791 


MJ 


IC 




If 


11 


lit 




«»" 


711 


1*4 




11* 


IN 








73 



z i 



■3m 



Di- 



li 



■i 
l 

3 
18 

5 



16 

34 
I 



BsJ 



10 



17 

1 



1 

< 
I 



i 
B 

U 

i-i 

< on 



6 

35 

145 

10 
13 

7 
3 

219 



42 

16 

17 

2S1 

153 

48 

UK 

39 

16 

14 

I 

II 

791 



X 

o 

op 

a 

> 



I'Mttmnim S* 

■ rrtl Tul^rrcuUtjili Unit 40 

-iral Service g« 

School of Physical Therapy 4 

Nursing Education BS 

I rraacy nnd Drugs 23 

Record Library 73 

Social Service Department 58 

Electron Microscope l 

Operating Rooms 1*6 

Poliomyelitis Center 39 

Delivery Rooms 51 

Anesthesia Department l? 

Gas Therapy 7 

X-Ray Diagnostic 68 

X-Ray Therapeutic 12 

Laboratories 87 

Physical Therapy 32 

Electrocardiograph 17 

Blood Bank ,. 14 

Luns Station 4 

Electroencephalograph 5 

Clinics 144 

Ambulance Service 23 

Emergency Rooms 61 

Cemetery 2 

TOTAL EMPLOYEES 3,528 

Residents 204 

Internes 135 

Student Nurses 377 

Dietetic Students 14 

Anesthesia Students 39 



TOTAL OTHER PERSONNEL 759 

TOTAL PERSONNEL 4,287 



tt* 
If 

1 

1 
1 
1 

8* 

1* 
1* 



1 
16 
4 
2 
!• 



TO 



70 



(I 

B« 
97 

4 
56 
24 
74 
5D 

1 

H5 

38 

49 

17 

8 
82 
16 
89 
31 
17 
14 

4 

5 

143 

23 

53 

2 



3,598 



294 

135 

277 

14 

39 



759 



4.357 



1 1 
63 
87 

51 
21 
72 
S3 

121 
18 
42 
14 

7 
67 
13 
86 
27 
17 
20 

2 

5 

125 

17 

53 

2 



3,340 



210 
89 

152 

8 

27 



486 



2MG 



2 
3 
2 

26 
3 

3 

1 
6 

1 
7 

1 
2 

1 

9 

1 



175 



125 



93 
51 



•Red Figures 



Total Number of Employees Authorized 7/1/58 3,528 

Additional Authorized Month of June, 1959 70 

Number of Employees on Payroll 5/31/59 

Add: No. Employees employed during Jane 

Less: No. Employees released during June 

Number of Vacancies, June 30, 1959 

Labor Turnover, June 30, 1959 



3,340 
175 3,616 
125 



11 


1 


60 




90 


| 


49 




23 




74 




41 




140 




19 




42 


8 


14 


t) 


8 


o 


69 


50 


14 




87 


O 


26 


"3 


17 


► 


20 


g 


3 


o 



6 

131 

17 

49 

2 



3,390 



213 

39 

152 

8 





5 




8 


24 




7 




157 


436 


3 


182 


5 


282 


3,326 



3,598 



3,390 

208 
4.46% 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Hospital Buildings 



Schedule IX 



June 30, 1959 



Main Hospital Bldg, 

Student Xurses Home 

Ambulance House and Garage . . . 

Laundry Building 

Power House and Ice Plant 

Warehouse and Incinerator 

Animal House 

Contagious Patients Bids. 

Covered and Enclosed Passages . 

tJihert T. B. Memorial Bldg 

Prof. Student Home (Tulane) 

Machine and Woodworking Shup.. 

White and Colored T, B. Bldg 

Colored T. B. Bldg 

Lapeyre-MHtenberger Bldg. 

Sisters Home 

Male Internes Home 

Tool House 



Total 
6/30/B8 

9,864,921.69 

1.063.379.97 

169.713.82 

113,071.13 

21S.tS4.89 

31.019.36 

11,209.89 

316.101.S3 

4.339.38 

462,910.79 

130,792.23 

97,372.49 

76.929.41 

166,251.53 

391,145.36 

308,624.90 

458.340.75 

1.400.S5 



7 1 58 to 

6 30 59 

Additions 

* 90.4J : 






RESERVE FOR DEPRECIATION 



Total 

r ::5.»7 

1 69.713.82 

1 13,071.1 :: 

349,667.08 

31.019.36 

11,21 

316.101.83 

4.33 I 

H0.TO 

1 36,7 92. 2 3 

76,929.41 
166,251.53 
391,1 

534.90 

M0.75 

1,400.85 



6-30/58 



{3.661 

396 
70 
47 
89 

12. 
4. 

,i 

85, 
Is 
44 
99 
212 

64, 

1 



.S9S.1 !l 
,973.78 
,236.00 

,687.96 

,680.93 
,674.78 
,806.09 
,867.07 

,013.91 

,686.22 

,522.35 
.W.IS 
.167.74 
.111.01 



7/1/58 to 
B/30 59 

1197,46 

21,267.60 

3,394.27 

2,261.42 

4,991.14 

620.39 

324.20 

6,822.04 

86.79 

10,707.76 

2,785.84 

1,947.45 

1,538.59 

8,825.03 

7,822.91 

4.172.50 

9,166.82 

28.02 



TOTAL 



.J13.786.649.67 J126.887.07 S13.913.536.74A 35,449,613.35 $278,077.00 



Detail of Addition* 
Reimbursement of overexpendlture to Louisiana liuiltliiig 

Authority 

Roof Repairs- Various Section 



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,513.85 
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,414.10 
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70 CHARITY HOSPITAIL— 1958-1969 

Schedule X-A 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Capital Expenditure s — Equ i p men t 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

AUTOMOTIVE 

1 Model 700 Gallon hydraulic hoist #178052 
Mounted on KB5 International Truck, #13, 
141398 t S18.00 

1 1959 Ford Custom 300 Six passenger Sedan 6 

cylinder engine 1.762.93 

l 1969 Chrysler "Windsor Four-door Sedan, fully 

equipped 2,37B,05 

1 1969 New V-8 Ford Country Sedan Amble 

Wagon 3,450.00 

1 1959 Model Ford Country Sedan Amble Wa- 
gon, four-door-9 passenger, V-8 Engine, 
complete with Standard Factory equip- 
ment 3.369.E7 * 11.46S.S4 

BUILDING AND GENERAL PLANT 

1 Cleveland Tramratl #3025A, Hand propelled 

carries 3000# capacity $ 2,978.00 

2 Splnway Model 31 Rotary mowers, heavy-duty 

propelled Brigg & Stratton 9 H. P. Starter, 972.25 

1 Platform scale model #11500-120 pound capa- 
city platform 12415 106,20 

■i Noiseless platform trucks, Nutting #484 160.76 

1 Gardner Denver Model RV-1049 Air Compressor 

complete 4,804.00 

1 Qulncey Model HL 108 Air Compressor 353.00 

I Condensate return system 20 gallon receiver 
complete pacifer, model GR 12J 1-110/220/ 
60c Motor 249.90 

4 Sets American Matrix Extractors, 4 containers 

for extractors 66,991.00 «l.i 

HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 

6 Westlnghouse 6 gallon capacity water coolers.,* 639.77 

I Westinghouse Electric water cooler. Model 

WISc, approx. 13 G. P. H 1 G7.7G 

I One H. P. 2034 Wet and dry vacuum cleaner, 

Oiant conversion 65 Gallon Drum 280.00 

I Automatic model A. M, dishwasher stainless 
steel fully automatic wash and rinse steam 
St water mixing valve to 180 degrees 1,660.00 

4 19" floor king scrubber palls. 2 stainless steel 
tanks, & 4 adm, floor king polishers and 
scrubbers 2,000.63 

1 Scullery slnk-2 compartments of IB Gal. type 

802 Stainless Steel, complete 368.75 

4 Admiration 19 inch American floor king pol- 
ishers and scrubbers 1,152.86 

30 16 Inch Emerson fans 1,812.61 

6 12 Inch Emerson fans a^l.00 

1 30 inch Emerson fan 91.07 

4 Janitor's carryalls of welded construction.... 223.20 

] Hobart model AMA4-2 dishwashers for straight 

through operation 3,330.00 

1 Industrial wet -dry vacuum cleaner, Pullman 

vacuum mobile model 205.50 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 71 



Singer Sewing machine $ 149.69 

Singer Sewing machine, Model 401-431 ,. 243.32 

1 Electric water cooler, bubble & compartment 

l yP Q 189.00 

Hobart Mixer, #A-200 475.81 

Garland Range, #284-21 for natural gas 366.12 

: Disposal, #FA-601 Serial T. R. 300971 72.42 

2 Dishwashers, SV-80RN8, Serial #VP 600985, 

& TP-502547 with base cabinets 672.18 114,471.48 

LABORATORY HOSPITAL & MEDICAL 
EQUIPMENT 

Prodel Portable Incubator $ 150.00 

3 Bausch & Lomb medical monoular microscope 

#56670, model CBR8 366.00 

Stainless steel autopsy table.... 1,130.00 

1 Isoiette Infant incubator, two (2) door cabinet 

model E-35 660.00 

Set fluoreacoplc & time meter X-ray equipment 561.00 
(2) Gomeo ENT Suction machine #930. + (8) 

Gomco Theromatic pumps model #765 1,170.00 

1 Hand spectroscope with direct vision prism 

complete with stand 336.00 

J Oomco ENT Suction machines, #930 1,305.00 

1 Stainless steel Barium mixer, thermostatically 

controlled 395.00 

Oomco Thcrmatic pump, #766 150.00 

» #120 C Vantatin, complete 800.70 

1 Oomco Theromatic pump 150.00 

5 Recovery room stretchers 2,693.25 

Bunn Glove powdering machines 885,00 

Emerson Pleural suction machines PT5.00 

Model PR7 Research Recording unit 5,950.00 

1 Ultra ionic Insiirumi'M cleaner, std. model with 

additional transdueized tank 1,020.00 

SM131 Gefgcr survey meter 109.60 

t taoubatora, installed 776,00 

I Replacement tank. £8 inch diameter. 48 inches 

high, all hot dipped galvanized construction 279.00 
1 Basic Prado 500 with condenser system com- 
plete with YNNUK, large micro attachment 

for 341 elides 30E.O0 

1 International size 2 model V Centrifugal with 

steel guard bowl auto transformer ,. 864.60 

1 #J800 head 16 place trunion carrier. 3 place.. 186.20 

1 Nuclear Chicago model 1S1A Royal decade scaler 

& model T dual timer with analytical count 

rate meter complete 6,446.94 

l:i dull ,*i Lomb medical monocular microscope 

model CBR8 S97.ini 

2 Westinghouse 200 mobile X-Ray unit 6,952.00 

HI Ifolsey Cassettes with Pottuson hi-speed 

screens 3,913.90 

HBOO thermottc pumps 300.00 

l LoC*tronto contact printer model CP18-S with 
all accessories necessary to reproduce 14 x 

17 X-Ray negatives 4,761.00 

1 ISO KV Constant Potential deep therapy unit 
with moving beam iffadeation stand Includ- 
ing additional M. A. meter 16.B36.9E 

U 10 x 12 Grid cassettes with Dupont Polyster 

base hi-speed screens 429,86 



72 CHARITY HOSPITAL — 1958-1959 

6 Chaff in Pratt RSI 00 Recovery room stretchers 

complete with mattresses t 3,231.90 

1 71-91-01 Table . 80.00 

1 71-21-35-01 Keratometer #FH3K10 , 610.00 

1 Barium Enema solution mixer, stainless steel 

13 gallon capacity thermostatically con- 
trolled 395.00 

1 High Frequency X-liav deep therapy unit in- 
stalled 17,156.00 

1 Model HP-4 Themopress 675.00 

2 Emerson Vaseulaidcr bed 2,000.00 

44 Halsey 14 x 14 cassettes with Dupont Poly' 

hose, hi-speed screens, 8 Halsey 14 x 17 
cassettes with grid fronts & Dupont Poly- 
ester hi -speed screens 2,469.39 

1 Heldbunk Anaesthesia machine, less trade-in 

McKesson Machine #29901 1,540.00 

1 Gomco EXT Suction machine 435.00 

1 Cutis Pie survey meter 306.00 

2 Mobile stands for clinical scales 1,356.00 

I Focusing eye piece 12.5 with reticule 53.14 

1 Camera- Argus C-3, complete with light meter, 

flash unit and case M.W 

2 vaporizers, fluotle for foregger table top Roto- 

meter gas machine 504.50 

2 Foregger table tops, Texas model complete 

with copper kettle rotameter gas machines 2,424.31 

2 Attto-analyzera, complete with accessories 9,354.24 

1 Pleural suction machine, model 28 232.00 

1 Golden grid Focus 72 Inch 110 line 10:1 ratio. 

14 x 17 , 203.49 

12 Balkln Frame Portables, complete with fracture 

bars , 1,292.40 

1 Anatrol scanner and intergrator, automatic 

115/60 cycle , 1,630.00 

4 Derrum type cell units, capacity 8 strips com- 
plete with 5 dye racks 951.45 

1 Preceptscope, Mark 11-16 mm projector, #E- 

5082A 1,283.93 

I Camera, Alpa 8 Serial #38731735453, complete 
with deluxe case, less filters, glass conden- 

s cable release 1,438.00 

I Chicago gas machine, model 575, equipped 
with draw-over vaporizer, ethelyn, nitrous 
oxygen, less trade-In McKesson machine. . 922.60 

1 Heldbunk model 1436 gaa anaesthesia machine 
for Nltrlous- oxide, complete with plastic 
canister with built-in blood pressure mono- 
meter 1,319.73 

7 (iomco #901 stand mounted suction unit operat- 
ing pumps 2,400.00 

1 Cambridge explosion -proof operating room 

rdiscope 1,985.00 

1 X-Kay film processing water cooler, 66 gallons 

per hour 230.00 

1 Tablet machine model E, single punch equipped 

with fine calibrated file 1,270.00 

1 Diagnostic X-Ray generating unit & Hugh 

Young Pickett Llebel Floresheim table 3,767.00 M31.»*T 

OFFICE FURNITURE 
1 Ledger tray truck, safe underwriters Lab- 

ories key lock t 251.M 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 73 



(4) drawer file cabinets $ 482,64 

Upholstered secretarial chairs 889.70 

•4 full suspension -i drawer lock type Green file 

cabinets 187.60 

1 Mode) FP 16 Inch carrinsi! typewriter, Royal 

#16-6376899 226.00 

4 lS-drawer mailing Hat cabinets, Olive green 

without locks 233,00 

Wataul typewriter desk 60 x 33y a triple drawer- 
right peristal 120.00 

I 12 inch IBM Electric typewriter, serial #11- 

742765 elite type , . 420.00 

3 Single channel speakers, Intercommunication 

units g9 . I0 

Casco Palamin Gray Finish chair , . 93.20 

Caseo Posture Gray Finish chair 33.00 

Odhner Adding Machine with multiplication . , 348,50 
Tabulating card files, 10 drawer spade gray 

metal 251.60 

Kxecutone Equipment , 1,173.82 

13 inch IBM Executive Electric typewriter.. 625,00 
1 Back type open steel shelving, single posts 
lxl 3/4-87 inches high with holes 1 inch 

apart for mounting 6 faced shelves 165.00 

Power Control time master dictating machine. 350.00 

OdhtiiT adding machines, #XX11C7-29B989. . . . 6IS.00 

Lot Gray steel dividor type shelving .... . 6,975.20 

t'sed copier, letter sl*e ] 50.00 

1 Steel case executive desk with 1 executive chair 

and 4 side chairs 470,00 

(•drawer Shaw Walker file with lock 91,88 

Time Master Control dictating machines 700,00 

IBM Electric typewriters with elite type, 20 
Inch carriage statistical keyboard, #36 

Green model with decimal tabulation 1.320.00 

Standard Kardex cabinets 506.60 

J Fiicit Automatic calculators 1,417.50 

4-dr«wer letter size file cabinet BITS 

E tunri.-ircl Royal typewriters, less trade-in on S 

typewriters 1,087.25 

I Underwood touchmnater typewriter, less trade- 
in 1 typewriter 307.60 

Kardex cabinets 264.00 

1 Multlgraph 1250 #707660 complete with motor 3,669.78 

1 Vori-ty per model 160, serial 13150 3,489.22 

t Multlgraph collator model 650 #50-69-398 6,991.84 

I Standard Underwood typerwritera, less trade- 
in, 8 typewriters 880.00 

Jasper desk chair, walnut finish 64.20 

I Telephone table 61.00 I 34,082,34 

EDUCATIONAL AND RECREATIONAL 
1 Bell & Howell film sound model 185 with 12 

Inch speaker (Used) $ 200.00 

1 Cavalcade automatic projector 113.60 

I Movie projector 16 MM kodakscope analyst 

with carrying case 300,00 

Supermatlc printer for 3G MM films 77.50 

1 Kodak Pagent sound projector 16 MM model 

W'OSS with cnrrylng case 138.00 

1 Radiant screenmaster screen with Uni -glass 

surface 70 x 70 tripod mounted 47.32 

Human skeleton complete with cabinet 296.00 1,173.22 



74 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 195S-1959 



REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING 

1 Model 8W100-2-S 1 ton air conditioning; unit.. % 279.95 

2 R 4T2-R-26 Air conditioners 1 ton, 220 volt with 

thermostat 330.00 

Air conditioner Installed 364.00 

Frlgidalre (demonstrator) model SASg 106.50 

Upright freezer, G. E. Serial #108126/107073.. 632.40 

FHgidaire Refrigerator - 1 693S 

Poster HR-75R-12 gas thermostat refrigerator 1.395.00 * _■:. 
TOTA1, ■" >252 .r 

EQUIPMENT SUMMARY 

Automotive ? 11,465.54 

Building and Gen. Plant C6.134.ll 

Household 14.471.4S 

Laboratory, Medical. & Hospital ., 121,987.58 

Office Furniture 34.082.24 

Educational & recreational 1,173.82 

Refrigeration & Air Conditioning 3,276.20 $25*,670.v 



Schedule XI 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Statement of Expenditures Through Louisiana Building Authority 

June 30, 1959 

Moans of Financing £ 

Appropriation, October 13, 1964, Act IS, 1954 $ 718,200,00 *B 

Appropriation, October 13, 19B4, Act 13, 1954 49,875.00 ~ 

Appropriation, October 30, 1955, Act 80, 1955 j,13o'.00o!o0 3 

Hospital Contribution, Dibert Fund 12,089.20 

Insurance Claims Paid, our Voucher No. 366-10-10 £ 

Project AO 1CH-11 18.720.20 

Operating Funds Appropriation, 1958-1959 72,477.28 £ 

Total Appropriated, Plus our Contribution and Insurance Claim. " $2,001, 361. 6S 5 

Pr °J ect Description Disbursed Committed Total § 

Colored T. B. Bldg., Repairs and Renovations $ 87,136,60 $ 87,136,60 * 87,136.60 

Boiler Tubes — Repairs "77^ 

Boiler Tubes — Remove and Renew J 13.834.50 $ 13 834 BO 

Shelving— Record Library 6,206.15 6,206.15 

Laundry Equipment 17,680.16 17,680.16 

Renovation Water Softener 22,694.54 22,694.54 " ' 59,416.35 

Renovating Air Conditioning: 



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Contract * 755,932.39 $ 755.932.39 

Architects Fee— 10% 75,593.24 75 593 24 

Miscellaneous B.149.8S 8.'l49.88 "839,675.51 

Heart Station— Equipment j 55,064.70 $ 55,064.70 <iG4.70 

Electron Microscope % 1,316.03 $ 1,316.03 1,316.03 

Boiler Replacement: 

Contract t 49,977.00 $ 49,977.00 



Engineer's Fee . . , . 2,998.62 

Advertising 179.17 



2,998.62 
179.17 53.160.54 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Expenditures Through Louisiana Building Authority 

June 30, 1959 

Project Description Disbursed Committed Total 

AO 1 CH-lIa Boiler Repairs: 

Contract I 11,817.00 $ * 11,817.00 $ 

Architect's Fee 109.02 709.02 

Advertising 30.28 30.28 

Recording 4.85 ....,,.., 4.86 12,561.16 

AO 1 CH-1S Replace Window Screens: jjj 

Contract J 63.S5O.0O ? 63,850.00 > 

Architect's Fee— 10% C.3S5.O0 6,385.00 S3 

Advertising 178.70 178.70 H 

Recording 6.25 70.419.95 H 

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AO 1 CH-lOa Radiological Equipment: 

Contracts I 217,630.88 $22,414.09 5 240.044.S7 

Architect's Fee — 6%— $240,044.97 10,000.00 4.402.70 14,402.70 

Advertising 387,64 387.64 ........... 

lii-t-urding 25.05 .35 25.40 254.S60.71 



TOTAL CHARGES $1,911,058.11 J89.616.03 52,000.674.14 $2,000,674.14 





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ao l fir- 10 Alterations— 7th and 8th Floors: 

Contract - f 4C1.S53.49 $52,375.95 5 514,229.44 £ 

Architect's Fee— 10% 41,000.00 10,422.94 51,422.94 

Advertising , 53.91 53.91 

Recording 6.10 6.10 

Insurance— Expires February 16, 1960 1,992.88 567,017.7! 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Unexpired Insurance 



Schedule XI] 



June 30, 1959 

Current 

Policy Expiration 

Number Date 

AC 333121 Automobile — Damage and Bodily Injury 4/10/60 

"•"TToT Auto-Comprehensive Fire, Theft & Collision 3/26/60 

PG 64717 Comprehensive Glass 1/18/60 

Depositors Forgery Bond , 7/17/60 

OTS-931508 Elevators ,' 6/30/59 

WC-574250 Workmen's Compensation J/ l/go 

2628675A Employers Fidelity Bond 11/ 1/60 

State Master Fire and Extended Coverage 7/ 1/59 

F-1443545 Fire— Rental 4/17/6Q 

977-314B Money and Securities 1/ 6/62 

9-LG457394 Owners, Responsibility— Public Liability 2/ 1/61 

BM-6778256 Boilers, Pressure Vessels and Gas Furnaces 4/17/61 

SP-32512 Radium Floater Policy 7/31/59 

116344 Public Official 6/30/59 



Premium 

Unexpired 

6/30/58 

* 2,910.82 

1,217.19 

11S.66 

S6.4S 

17,934.72 
1,52 7.72 



$26,327.43 



Premium 

Fiscal Year 

1958-1959 

I 2,827.96 

2,022.96 
235.S8 



2.804.7."". 
32,892.89 

12,430.32 



Premium 
Unexpired 

6/30/59 

I 1,529.23 

1.536.61 

143.93 

18.24 

22.435.29 
873.00 



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374.08 


311.74 


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CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS Schedule xm 

Visitors Food Service Department 

Comparative Statement of Income and Expense 

For the Periods July 1 — June 30, 1959 — 1958 

7/1/57 to Increate or 

Month of June, 1959 July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 6 30 58 Decrease* 

WALES $8,831.8? $103,9113.95 $114,494.64 S4.590.69* 

Cost of Goods Sold: 

Inventory— Resale Merchandise $2,073,73 $1,768.62 

Merchandise Purchased 5,705,44 70,934.32 

•.7,779.17 $72,702.04 

Less: Inventory 6/30/59 2.075.98 5.TOS.19 i.u75.98 70,626.96 75,955.31 s.35* 



GROSS PROFIT *3,12S.1i> % 39.276.99 $ 38,539,33 $ T37.66 

OPERATING EXPENSES 
Salaries: 

teiia Manager * 420,00 $4,900.00 

Clerks 300.00 3.614.08 

Pood Service Workers 1, 650.50 19,005.86 

Custodial Suwrvisors , 765.00 8,795.00 

Cooks 310.00 $3,445.50 8,650.08 :!9,9H4,94 

Hospital Contribution to Retirement 

Plan 181.68 2,094.57 

OTHER EXPENSES: 

Printing- and Binding $ $ 229.63 

ft Electricity 200.00 2,400.00 

Repairs A Maintenance Equip. & He- 
placement 411.10 

38.47 
42 18 674.94 



Kitchen Utensils and Minor 

Equipment 

Ice - 40.uo 

China and Glassware 

sundry ;;;; 2g688 



NET PROFIT ON OPERATIONS... 
Add: Commissions earned on Vending 

Machine Sales «2 475 81 

Commissions— Sales Tax " 4^ 

NET PROFIT 



•Red Figures 



3,913.91 


776.65 

480.00 

161.96 

1.00 


5,163.75 


47,223.26 


49,082.36 


2,459.10* 


? 785.81* 
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$27,021.04 
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$ 7.94S.2T* 
27,080.40 


$ 11,143.03' 
28,226.36 


S3, 136. 76 
1.145,96* 


Jl.e94.36 




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? 17.0S3.33 


J2.050.80 



80 i MARITY HOSPITAI^1958-1969 

Schedule 1 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Endowment Funds 

Analysis of Changes in Total Fund Balances 

July 1, 1958— June 30, 1959 

Total Fund Balance*, July 1, 1958 

Principal (3.1 98,548.46 

Income , 809,053.31 ?4,G07,6t;. 

Total Income July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959 

(Schedule V) , , 456.219.4J 

Total Available Fund *4,463„s_ 

Lett: 

Total Kxpemlltures July 1, 1958 to June 

30, 1959 (Schedule VI) 413,574.10 

Fund Balances-June 30, 1959 

Principal (Schedule HI) *8,174,049.65 

Incomi (Schedule IV) 876.19T.55 

Total Fund Balance, June 30, 1959... $4,050,24 



CHARITY HOSPITAL. OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS ScJ>*Juj= u 

Endowment Funds Statement of Cash Balances 

Progressive Bank & Trust Company 
June 30, 1959 



Petty 
Cash 

Trust Fund Accounts 

Children's Bed Endowment Fund 

Dibert Endowment Fund 

Ferran Legacy, Jean 

Henderson Fund, Stephen 

McBurney Fund, Alexina K 

Milliken Memorial Fund 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Fund 

Prest Endowment Fund 

Stautter-Eastwlck Fund $100,00 

Thilborger Legacy, Louise B 

Weil, Emanuel L. and Clarice, , 50. Oil 

Wisner Donation, Edward 

Lewin Legacy, Noeml M 

Mataa Legacy, Dr. Rudolph........ 

Applegate, Alice M 

Cancer Registry 

Higgins Foundation 

Jensen Legacy, Marie B 

Krausa Memorial, Arthur 

Sundry Donations, Restricted 

1'enlck Urthupedic Fund, Wni. E 

Social Service Fund 

Allison Legacy, Mary Ann 

Federal Research Grant 

ral Grant-Child Development Study 25.00 

Lieux Legacy. Marie H 

Sundry Donations, Unrestricted 

Graf Legacy, Catherine A 

Tertrou Legacy, Cora 



Special 


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Accounts 


Accounts 


Total 


Principal 


Income 




$ $15.50 


$ 815.50 


$ 302.89 


$ 512.61 




44.376.05 


44,376.05 


13.475.90 


30.900.15 


61.44* 




61.44* 




61.44* 


7,922.06 




7,922.06 




7,922.06 




17,460.01 


17,460.01 




17,460.01 


1.0SS.14 




1,086.14 


415.51 


670.63 




3,701.09 


3,701.69 


3,339.0.1 


362.64 


!.- 12.60 




1.212.60 


579.53 


633.07 




1,591.08 


1,691.68 


2,535,63 


843.95* 


2,555.81 




2,555.81 


315.00 


2,240.81 


1,638.07 




1,688,07 




1,688.07 


56,907. 58 




56,907.68 




56,907.58 




454.65 


454, or. 


454.65 




935.82 




935.82 


92.00 


843.82 


530.20 




530.20 


42.76 


487.44 




2.610.47 


2,610,47 


2,610.47 




3,882.55 




3.882.56 


3.882.55 




129.85 




129.85 


129.85 




150.00 




150.00 


].■"."" 




29.394.10 




29,394.10 


29,394.1(1 




3.56* 




3.56* 


3.56* 




1.732.43 




1,732.43 


1,732.43 




061.51 




661.51 








.^,399.96 


32,399.96 


32,399.90 




15,950.29 




15,975.29 


15,975.29 




670.94 




670.94 


178.21* 


849.15 


3,571.61 




3,571,61 


2,937.75 


633.86 


2.307.4S 




2,307.43 


75.73* 


2,383.21 




646.57 


646.57 


431.15 


215.42 



$175,00 $131,174.04 $104,056.58 $235,405.62 $110,938.97A $124,466.65B 



•Red Figures A— Schedule III B— Schedule IV 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS Schedule 111 

Endowment Funds — Principal 
June 30, 1959 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 

ENDOWMENTS— PERMANENT FUNDS Cash 

Children'a Bed Endowment Funds f Si 

l>tbert Endowment Fund 13,475.90 

Eerran Legacy, Jean 

Henderson Legacy, Stephen 

MeBurney Fund, Alexin* , 

Milliken Memorial Fund 416.51 

Lapeyre-Mlltenberger Fund , 3,339.05 

Stauffer- Baal wick Fund 2.S86.68 



Bonds 
| J6.161.20 

1.669,837.75 


Stocks 
♦271,750.00 


Notes & 

Accounts 

Receivable 


Real 
Estate 

$ 35,090.63 

9.00U.UII 

106,833.33 


Total 
$ 26 
1,190,164.28 






106,833.33 






250.000.00 


45.667.93 
144,728 g] 


5.000.00 

mum 
31,207.50 


51,082.54 

..'07.86 






236. 071. -IS 




14,485.00 
10.00 






15,800.00 




64,200.00 






454.66 


24,908.00 




25,0110. on 


3.50IUMI 







$21,510.16 f2,177.131.0 r J $323,897.50 $479,608.96 $3,002,147.71 



PRINCIPAL FUNDS— RESTRICTED 

Appelate Alice M % 42,76 f 10,060.97 $ 10,1' 

HiBBlns Foundation 3,882.55 S3.74l.30 7.62; 

Jensen Legacy. Maria B 129.85 $ 1,843.33 1,973.18 

Krauss Memorial Fund, Arthur 150.00 150,00 

Penick Orthopedic Fund, Wm. E 8.56* 3.56* 

Social Service Fund 1,732.43 1,732,43 

AJJJson Legacy, Mary A 8,208.6! 8,208.51 



1 6,984.03 I 10,060.97 $3,741.30 $10,061.84 * 29,788.14 






Thllborger Legacy, Louise B 315.00 14,485.00 14,800.00 § 

Well. Emanuel L. and Clarice 15,800.00 15.800.00 Tl 

Wisner Donation, Edward 64.200.On ii4.200.nil 

Lewln Legacy. Noemi M 164.61 4!i l- > 

Matas Legacy, Dr. Rudolph 18.00 

Prast Endowment Fund 579.53 



PRINCIPAL FUNDS— UNRESTRICTED 

Campbell. Percifer S , 50 „ ? 50 „ 

Drma, John H. ■■■■■■■■ 760.00 7SO.0U 

Hight Donation, Helen B, . , , 200 00 

Lieux Legacy, Marie H % 17851' 4,078.21 ....'.....' ........ 

Sundry Donations 2.937.75 2,072. 68 

Graf Legacy, Catherine Agnes 75.78* 22,062,76 

Tertrou Legacy, Cora 431.15 20,380.28 * 8,000.00 ....'.'..'..'. 2si81L43 



200.00 

4,500.00 

5,010.43 

21,987.02 



-? 3,114.96 S 49,193.92 $ 8,000.00 •, 1,000.00 S 61,308.88 



FEDERAL AND OTHER GRANTS 

Cancer Registry ....$ 2.610.47 $ 3,610.47 

Sundry Donations -Restricted 29. 394. Id $ 425.00 2»isi9,10 

Federal Research Grant-Virus 32.399.96 ......... :i> 399 96 

Federal Grant -Child Development Study.. 15,975.29 ..... 15975 29 



*, 80,379.82 $ 425.00 S 80,804.82 



!S110,938.97A 52,236.385.98 $331,897.50 J4.166.30 $490,660.80 $3,174,049.55B 



•Red Figures 
A-Schedule II 
B-Schedule I 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Endowment Funds — Statement of Accumulated Income Balances 

June 30, 1959 



Schedule IV 



LESS 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 

RESTRICTED Cash 

I'hililrens" Bed Endowment Fund J 512.61 

Ferran Legacy, Jean 61.44* 

McBurney Fund, Alexina 17,480.01 

Milliken Memorial Fund 870.63 

Lapeyre-MHtenberger Fund 362.64 

Frest Endowment Fund , £33,07 

Stauffer-Eastwick Fund 843.95* 

Weil, Emanuel L. and Clarice l.iiss.o: 

Matas Legacy. Dr. R. 843.82 

Applegate, Alice M 487.44 

Allison, Legacy, Mary A 641.51 



$ 22,414.41 

UNRESTRICTED 

Dlbert Endowment Fund 8 28,505.65 

Dlbert Student Loan Fund 2,394.50 

Henderson Fund, Stephen 7,922.06 

Th 11 borgi-r, Louise B 2.240.81 

Wianer Donation, Mdw 56,907.58 

Lieux Legacy, Marie 

Sundry Donations 833.86 

Graf Legacy, Catherine 2,383,21 

Tertrou Legacy, Cora 215,42 



Bonds 
$ 964.71 

129,746.67 
14,8 
5,032. SI 
482.34 



1,416.00 

1.. ".09.8 5 

$168, 997. 7s 



$249,678.59 

16,231.19 
52,453.92 

U640.76 



2,013.14 



Stocks 



* 60,702.19 
858.30 
J0S.1I 

4,377.94 



| si: 680.66 



S124.1 



23,000.12 






Notes and 
Accounts 
Receivable 


Total 

S 1,477.32 

61.44' 

tl 7.908.87 

14,470.06 

30,287.58 

1,115.41 

16,409.27 

1,688.07 

::.82 

3,923.44 

2,171,36 


Notes and 

Accounts Unpaid 
Receivable Commitments 


Balance 
$ 1,477,32 
61.44* 
192.794.88 
16.4: 
30.287 58 




f 5.1 1 I 






1 115.41 






1,088.07 






041 






: 44 






2.171,36 



$272,242.75 



* 10.0M 


3408,127.02 


$ 10.00 


2,605.50 


...mid.llli 


8,605.60 


1.37S.4T, 


25,581.70 


1,378.45 


20.00 


64,014.71 

Hi7.14T.06 

2,409.91 

633.S6 

2,383.21 

3,567.31 


20.04 



* 5,111.99 

$19,900,87 
6,686.76 
36,41 



'lU.A l'j( 



ii-> rr 



$267,180.76 



$382,4 15.16 
.•1 50 
18,616,49 
:. I . - 

70,546.94 

2,409.91 

633.86 

2,288.21 

3,557.31 



$102,052.24 $344,417.96 I16J.47 IS $603,354.80 «,013.1>5 $62,187,75 $537,753,10 



SI24.466.6SA 2513.415.74 $234 3 ;, $67,299.74 $804,SS3.8fi 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 86 

STATEMENT OF COMMITMENTS 

McBurney Fund 

A-12 Small Equipment — Lung Station — Dr. 

John Seabury I 2,056.99 

A-IJ Contract— Settlement Study— T.B. 

Building Annex 1,000.00 

A-I5 Lawn-furniture, Coffee Urn, Metal 

Awning, etc. Dibert Building 2,056.00 * 5,111.99 

Dibert Fund 

A-20 2 Aluminum Sash and Screens— Furn- 
ishing and Installation Dibert 
Building t 800.00 

A-21 Anaiytrol Scanner and Intergrater, 
Cell Units and Dye racks— 
Patholosy 2,430.76 

A-22 Barnstead Model Still— Pathology 1,350.00 

A-23 Oven, S/S Front, revolving— Mlddleby 

— Marshall, Main Kitchen — Dietary. 4,816.00 

A-24 Pointing exterior— Bibert Building... 10,504.12 19,900.87 

Henderson Fund 

A-2 Stand-by Generator— Automatic $ 4,200.00 

A-5 2 Auto -Analyzers, One for Blood Ni- 
trogen Tests, One for Glucose 
Tests 1,486.70 5.686.76 

Wiiner Donation 

A-18 Processing, Collator and Composition 

Machine — Printing Section $ 505.12 

A- 11 Dental Equipment 22,000.00 

A-12 Autoanalyzer and General purpose 

comparator . . 4,660.00 

A-13 Solution Room Equipment — 

Pharmacy 8.035.00 

A-U Projection Equipment— Heart Station. 1,500.00 36,600.12 

TOTAL COMMITMENTS t67.290.74 



A-Sehcdulf II 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Endowment Funds — Comparative Statement of Income 

For the Periods July 1, — June 30, 1958 and 1959 



Schedule V 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 
RESTRICTED 

Childrens' Bed Endowment Fund 
McBurney Fund, Aiexlna S. „,,.. 

Milliken Memorial Fund 

Lapeyro-Miltcnberirer Fund 

Preet Endowment Fund 

Slauffer-EsBtwick Fund 

Weil Fund, Emanuel & Clarice... 

Matas Lceacy, Dr. Rudolph 

Applcaate. Alice M 

Social Service Fund .... 

Alliaon Legacy, Mary Ann 



UNRESTRICTED 

Dibert Endowment 
Hen d era on Legacy 
ThilborKer Legacy 
Winner Donation, 
Lioux LoKac.y, Marie.. 

Sundry Donations 

Graf Leeaey, Catherine 
Tertrou Legacy, Cora ., 



Fund 

Stephen . 

Lotxiaf 
Edward... 



Total 
June 
1959 



July 1, 19SS— June 30, 1BS9 



Inltrnt 



Rent 



Subsurface 
Lease Rental 



Royalties Dividend! 



SO. «S 3 678. SO 



a.soo.Ba 
184.66 

698.06 

40.58 

L'. U17.SK 

16.DU 

3M.r,< 

8.24 

tss.oo 

51,41 



Mss.es 

1,719.78 
6,854.48 

91,96 
7,178.40 

' soOs 
108.01 

a".7»« 



120,000. 0(1 



<;:,,i DO 



87,238.20 122.464.64 620,660.00 



J18.996.SS 

268. 13 

8. 49(5.47 

16.26* 

6.20* 

8).1« 

34.14 



160.779.37 

430.11 
1.242.89 
1,188.04 

192.64 

64.12 

464.61 

917.46 



t 1.200.00 

11,843.21 

100.00 



688.it 



i r.toc.as 



FEDERAL AND OTHER GRANTS 

Cancer Registry 

National Council Jewlah 

Women 

Sundry Donations Beslrlcted . 
Federal Research Grant- Virua .... 
Federal Grunt-Child Development 

Study . 



1Z8.73S.46 166.759.24 113.143.21 618,092.48 



f 1.169.25 



290,00 
2,170,30 



TOTAL 

ItF.S 



.'9.55 















.... .„.. 


621,863.41 
<]9S2"06 




626,840.47 









Donations 

e\ Sundry 

6 3.011.00 I 



8t.9« 



34S.48 
648.00 



t 1.036.4 7 



1 13.020.62 







■i-j.27 


* Mao.ii 



Total 
7/1/SS to 
8/30/ 59 

3.689.60 I 
14,8 

1.719.78 

6,894.42 

91.95 

7,626. 88 

64R.K0 

80 2, 66 

308.06 
2,819.27 

647,27 
S 49,98 1.39 t 



1,266.25 

6.09 

60.00 






99.039.96 

12.281.41 

1.392.89 

11,818.08 

179.12 
464.61 
917.48 



I Ot.lt 

6/30/ 58 

3.273.69 

23.94 6.83 

1,643,29 

6,139.87 

100.96 

9,666.86 

216.66 

26.041.29 

809.81 

74,00 

BSTuOl 

69,698.08 



96,072.93 
12,020,00 
13.693.17 
89,866.66 
192.64 
2.321,12 
615.89 
961.69 



613. 020.32 6 1,438.34" 613g.a84.06 S164.626.90 
6 26,782.61 | 26,782.61 6 28,886.66 



3.480.00 
81.368.68 
88,181.00 



8,481 
61,81 

38,161. IIU 



3,480. 00 

2J.S86.58 

20,231.00 



r-l. 733.21 flSM 



U Ks.Jii7.rm luo.O 

' $456,219.43 A.4!0,I77. 11 



Increase 

or 
Decrease 

I 416.71 

887.10 

76.43 

764.65 
9.00* 
1.031.97* 
371.60 
Jt.J38.76* 
1.88* 
2,746.27* 
114.24 

3 3.966.92 
261.41 
12,300.28* 
16.030.48* 



Sl.f.8* 

36.13* 


lil.SSl.84 1 


8 1.673.04* 


7,767.80 
17.930.00 

187.00 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Endowment Funds — Comparative Statement of Expenditures 

For the Periods July I, — June 30, 1958 and 1959 



Schedule VI 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 
RESTRICTED 

Childrens 1 Bed Endowment Fund 

Mcllurney Fund. Alexins. S, 

Milliken Memorial Fund 

Lapeyre-Miltenbereer Fund 

.Stauffer-Eastwiek Fund 

Weil Emanuel A Clarice 

HigsinB Foundation Fund .. 

Ferran Legacy. Jean . 

Orthopedic Fund, Pcnick ... 

Social Service Fund 

Allison Legacy, Mary A. 





Salaries 
S 2. 668.96 


July 1, 

Indigent 
Patients 
Welfare 

$ SSI. 91 
87.86 


I95S — June 30. 


IPS!! 




Total 
June 
1950 


Repairs & 

Maintenance 
Bldg. Equip. 

.* 56.40 

52.1* 
4,113.52 


Sundry 

? 94.80 

1,348.82 

112.77 


Capital 
Expendi 

hires 


72S.03 


1,292.4 


422.66 






807.53 




5,088.70 
322. lit 






15.00 











203.95 



UNRESTRICTED 

Dlhert Endowment Fund $ 

Tertrou Letracy Cora ....... ... 

Henderson Fund ., 

Sundry Donations „ ,. ... 

Thilborger Legacy, Louise B 

Wiiner Donation, Edward 



9. 227. 11 
' 576.75 

~ ns.a's 

ft] i t us 

FEDERAL AND OTHER GRANTS 

Cancer Registry $ 5,895.75 

Nat'l Council Jewish Women 290.00 

Sundry Donations. Restricted 3,581.46 

Federal Research Grant-Virus 6. 362. S.I 

Federal Grant-Child Development Study 23.055.55 



15.01 



59.24 
1.137.54 



109.90 



S 2.668.96 t 7.(22.45 t 4.222.15 » t .665.39 



S 6,232.11 



i 22.645.00 

3.480.00 

16,805.29 

15,937.01 

140.976.87 



S 2,922.82 



t 4,251.42 



S56.232.ll 



* 43.03 

40.772.78 

S40.815.S1 



i 637.82 

2, 5 08.26 

" "645.02' 

54.06 

S 3,845.15 

% 7, 244. ST 

" "T/feS'.es 

10.452.13 

!■■ II '■. 
*3B,622.8B 



130,076.29 S199 , 945.11 1 4,251.42 

(52 4«9-5T S202.514-07 114,498.60 tlOl. 270.07 141.133.43 



Total Total 

7/1 /SB to 7/1/57 to 
8/30/59 8/30/58 



S 151.20 % 794.95 

7.831.99 57,448.74 

1.495.16 

4.113.62 5,331.58 

5,068.70 5,304.66 

322.19 2M1.-J4 

15.01 2.50 

641.16 

59.24 335.74 

1,137.64 688.24 

109.00 198.04 

S 4.424.70 S 20.303.65 j" 71.025.84 

$ 5,525.40 $ 62,305.33 $ 56,776.23 

2,500.00 

9.412.38 14,343.46 10,931.07 
94.48 

646.02 66, 654.02 

14.478.0 5 14,632.7 1 ?>370\61_ 

S20.416.48 "j 92.416.62 SI 72. 327.31 

* 812.41 * 30,202.28 * 23,563.28 

3,480.00 3,480.00 

1,641.20 20.317.04 17,586.93 

26.442.17 34,116.18 

18.265.10 220.412,44 81,779.27 

120,21 8.71 S 30O.853.93 SI10, 626.29 

IB4.0G9.84 S413.574.10 tS68.8T9.44 



Increase 

or 

Decrease" 

$ 643.75* 
49.616.75' 
1.495.16 
1.217.86* 
235.96* 
41.95 
12.51 
641.15* 
276.60- 
449.30 
89.0 4' 
$ 50,722.19 * 

? 23,380,90* 

2,500.00* 

3.911.48 

84.48* 

65,009.00* 

7,162.10 

t 79,910.79* 

S 4,369.00 

"2,730.11 

7,674.64* 

18S, 638.17 

t l»0 :*-zr7h4 

S 69,694.66 



•Red Figures 

Schedule I Bold Figure 



88 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 195K- 1930 



Schedule VII 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Truat Funds — Bond Invesment* 



June 30, 1959 



Par 

Value 
SUMMARY 

Allison Legacy, Mary Ann J 1,500.00 

Applegate, Mrs. Alice M 13,500.00 

''hlldrena' Bed Endowment Fund .. 27,500.00 

Dibert Endowment Fund 1,934,600.00 

Graf Legacy, Catherine Agnes 22,000.00 

Henderson Legacy. Stephen . 16.500.00 

Lapeyre-Mlltenberger Fund 208,500.00 

Lleujt Legacy, Marie H 6,000.00 

Matas Legacy, Dr. Rudolph 26,000.00 

McBurney Fund, Alexlna £> 130,500.00 

llilliken Memorial Fund 60,200.00 

Prest Endowment Fund 4,000.00 

Stauffer-Eaatwick Fund 216 500.00 

Sundry Donations— 

UNRESTRICTED 2,000.00 

Tertrou Legacy, Cora 21,600.00 

Thilborj?er Legacy, Loulae B , , saioOO.OO 

« isner Donation, Edward 22.500,00 

GRAND TOTALS .12,760,200,00 



INVESTMENTS 



Book 


Value 


Principal 

* 

in.060.97 

26,161.20 

1.669,837.75 

22,062.75 


Income 

.509.85 
S.4 
964.f. 

249,. 

' •> "*S1 1* 


728.81 

4.678.21 

24,908.00 

45.667.03 

8,500.00 

202. 328.30 

2,072.68 
2il.3SO.28 


5,0: 
1.51 

129.. 
14,9 

4S2.J* 

52.653.« 
32.SS0.H 






$2,236,3S5.9SA 


1513,41 



A — Schedule in 
B — Schedule IV 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT S3 

Schedule VIII 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Statement of Stock Ownership, Trust Fund Investments 

June 30, 1959 

TRUST FUND ACCOUNT: Principal Income 

Dibert Endowment Fund 

National American Bank of New Orleans. $ 12,750,00 

Dibert. Bancroft and Ross Co., Ltd 38,000.00 

Homestead Stock — Optional Shares 221,000.00 $115. 132.78 

Homestead Stock — Paid up Shares 9,000.00 

$271,750,00 $124,132.78 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Fund 

Southdown Sugars $ 140.00 $ 34.45 

Homestead Stock — Optional Shares 9,857.68 

Homestead Stock— Paid up Shares 140.00 15,000.00 

$ 140.00 $ 24,892.13 

McBurney Fund, Alexina S. 

1 lumestoad Stock— Optional Shares $ 18,702.19 

Homestead Stock— Paid up Shares 32,000.00 

J 50,702.19 

MHIiken Memorial Fund 
Homestead Stock — Optional Shares $ 6,000.00 $ 8S8.30 

Stauffer-Eaitwick Fund 

Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey $ B.207.E0 

Homestead Stock— Optional Shares 26,000.00 $ 4.37J.94 

t 31,207-SO t 4,377.94 

Ttrtrou Legacy, Cora 

Homestead Stock — Optional Shares $ 8,000.00 $ 1,328.75 

Weil Legacy, Emanuel L. and Clarice 

Union Homestead Assn. — Paid up Sbarea $ 5,000.00 

Hlbcrnla Homestead Assn. — Paid up Shares 5,000.00 

Guaranty Homestead & Loan Assn. — Paid up 

Shares , , 5,000.00 

First Homestead & Loan Assn. — Paid up Shares. 800.00 

? 15.800.00 

Wi»ner Donation, Edward 
Homestead Stock— Optional Shares $ 28,009, 1 ^ 

TOTAL STOCK INVESTMENT 

JUNE 30. 1959 JS331.897.60A *234,301,2IB 

A— Schedule ni 
B— Schedule IV 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Trust Funds — Statement of Homestead Investments 
June 30, 1959 



Schedule IX 



TRUST FUND ACCOUNTS 

Dibert Endowment Fund: 



Location 



Algiers Homestead Assn Algiers 

American General Savings & Loan New Orleans . 

Beauregard Savings & Lean Assn DeRidder 

Calcasieu Savings & Loan Aj-sii Lake Charles 

Capital Bldg, & Loan Assn. Baton Rouge . 

Central Savings & Loan Assn New Orleans 

Citizens Bldg. & Loan Assn Bogalusa 

Citizens Savings & Lou Assn Baton Rouge . 

Columbia Homestead Assn New Orleans . 

Community Homestead Assn Houma 

Citizens Homestead Assn New Orleans . 

Continental Bldg. & Loan Assn New Orleans . 

Dryades Bldg. &. Loan Assn New Orleans . 

Dixie Homestead Assn, New Orleans . 

Equitable Mutual Homestead Assn New Orleans . 

Fidelity Homestead Assn New Orleans . 

First Homestead Assn New Orleans . 

French Market Homestead Assn New Orleans . 

Globe Homestead Assn New Orleans , 

Guaranty Savings & Homestead Assn. ..New Orleans , 

Hibernla Homestead Assn New Orleans . 

Homeseekers Bldg. & Loan Assn ...New Orleans . 

fIom<; Bldg. & Loan Assn New Orleans 

imond Bldg. & Loan Assn Hammond .. 

la Building Assn. . ; ia . . . 

Ideal Sa-. -ins . 

ma . 



Rate of 
Interest 

. ;!>,'■; 

. 4 % 

. a\i% 

. * % 

:;>,•:, 
. 3>,i% 
.. S%3 

. 4 % 

. 4 % 

. 4 % 

.4 ■: 

. 4 % 

.4 ■•■; 

. 4 % 
. 3^% 

. 4 % 

. 4 % 

. 3 >•.'.;. 

. 4 % 

. I % 



Principal 

* 8,600.00 

8,000.00 

8,1 .00 

8.000.00 

8,1 J'" 

8.000.00 
8,000.00 
8.000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8.000.00 
8,000.00 
S.HOO.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 
8,000.00 






Invested 

to 6/30/58 

S 966.44 

906.60 

944.54 

966.49 

9tifi.r»4 

968.60 

968.49 

944.4? 

966.50 

1,644,72 

966.43 

966.49 

166.61 

900.41' 

966.43 

966.46 

941.43 

986.43 

966.61 

966.50 

966.19 

966.46 

944.35 

9,183.08 

1 0,301.39 

8,968.48 



INCOME 



Invested 
to 6/30 59 
f 362.24 
362.25 
3 15. Si I 
316.6S 
316.57 
362.25 
362.24 
816,80 
362.25 
389.62 
362.33 
362.23 
362.25 
336.87 
362.22 
362.22 
361,22 
363.00 
362.25 
362.25 
362.22 
362.22 
361.34 
370.93 
416.30 
362.24 

361.66 



Total 
1,328.68 
1,328.75 
1.260.34 
1,283,04 
1,283.11 
1.328.75 
1.32S.73 
1, J 60.27 
1.328.75 
2,034.34 
1,328.65 
1.328.72 
1.328.74 
1,237.29 
1.328.65 
1,328.68 
1,302.65 
1,348.43 
1,328.76 
1,328.76 
1,328.55 
1,328.68 
1,306.69 
9,564.01 
:n,69 
;i.:i 28.70 

1.12 



N 

M 

i 
a 



Livingston Sav. & Loan Assn Denham Springs 4 ft 9.144.43 369.42 213 S3 

MInden B dg. & Loan Assn Mindcn S M % 8,944.34 31G.90 S Ws4 

Monroe Bldg. & Loan Assn Monroe 4 % 9,668.46 390.61 10 059 07 

Pelican Homestead Assn .... New Orleans 4 % 8,966.60 362 25 9 328 75 

Rapides Bldg. & Loan Assn Alexandria 4 % 974.57 Bt 37 l'ois'94 

Ruaton Bldg. & Loan Aaan. . . . Ruston 3%% 8.944^47 315.77 9 260 24 

Security Bldg. & Loan Assn New Orleans 4 % 8,000.00 941.47 361.24 i,'302.71 

State Savings & Loan Assn New Orleans 4 % 8,000.00 942,16 36LI'(1 L303.42 

Sltdell Savings & Homestead Assn Slldell 4 % 5.000.00 722.15 281.17 953.32 

$221,000.00 

Lapeyre-Miltenberger Fund 

First Federal Sav. & Loan Assn Monroe 4 % 

McBurney Fund: 

Commonwealth Savings Asm New Orleans .4 % 

St. Tammany Savings Assn Covington 4 % \ 

Miliiken Memorial Fund: 

Slidell Savings & Homestead Assn .Slldell 4 % $ 5,000.00 

Stauffer-Eastwick Fund: 

Carrollton Homestead Assn New Orleans 4 % $ 8,500.00 

Monroe Bldg. & Loan Assn Monroe 4 % 8,500.00 

Peoples Homestead & Savings Assn Monroe 4 % 9,000,00 



I 26,000.00 



Tertrou Legacy: 

Greater New Orleans Homestead Assn.,. New Orleans 4 % $ 8,000.00 

Wianer Donation, Edward: 

Fifth Dlst. Homestead Society . Algiers 4 % 

Jackson Homestead Assn. New Orleans 4 % 

Oak Homestead Assn New Orleans 4 % .' 

TOTAL HOMESTEAD INVEST - 

M BNT— OPTION AL SHARES $260,000.00 



$102,365.34 


$ 


9,474.91 


$ 


9,010.61 
8,985.38 


$ 


17,975.99 


$ 


630.81 


$ 


1,121.06 

974.93 

1,102.34 


1 


3,198.33 


1 


966.50 


1 


8,966.49 
8.988.51 
8,966.51 


» 


26,921,51 


$161,633.39 



$12,767.44 


$ 


382.77 


1 


364.02 
362.18 


f 


726.2H 


1 


227.49 


s 


gss.es 

382.79 
408.14 


$ 


1,179.61 


1 


362.25 


$ 


362.23 
363.14 
362.24 


* 


1,087.61 


$16,733.37 



132.78 


$ 


9,857.68 


S 


!),374.63 
9,327.56 


$ 


18,702.19 


S 


858.30 


{ 


1,509 71 
1,357.72 
1,510.48 


» 


4,377.94 


1 


1,328.75 


1 


9,328.72 
9,351.65 
MS8.88 


1 


28,009.12 


$178,266,76 



3J 
I 

t 
C 
W 

H 
O 

6 

o 



92 CHAKITY HOSPITAL— 1958-1959 

Schedule X 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 
Statement of Bond Liquidation Fund 
June 30, 1959 

CASH— National American Bank, 6/30/58 S 822.60 

INVESTMENT IN SECURITIES 

$445,000.00 U. S. Treasury Bills, due 7/17/58 . . 4 43,776.25 



BALANCE IN FUND— JUNE 30, 1958 t 444 

CASH BALANCE, JULY 1, 1958 S 

RECEIPTS 

Proceeds from $445,000.00 U. 8. Treas, Bills Due 

7/17/58 $443,776.^3 

Interest earned on Investments 1,863.60 

Revenue from Louisiana State Franchise Tax . . 800.000.00 

TOTAL— CASH BALANCE PLUS RECEIPTS 

LESS: Disbursements 
Retirement of Bonds 

1936 Issue. Paid 10/ 1/58 $184,000.00 

1938 Issue, Paid 9/15/58 181.000.00 $365,0) 

Accrued interest on Bond* 

1936 Issue, Paid 10/ 1/58 $ 34,265.00 

1938 Issue. Paid 9/15/58 45,333.75 

1936 Issue, Paid 4/ 1/59 31,045,00 

1938 Issue. Paid 1/15/59 41,849.50 152,493 

Transferred to Charity Hospital— Operating Fund 276,718.16 

Commission Paid— Handling Pond Coupons S2 -*>* 

Purchase of $453,000.00 U, S. Treasury Bills due 

7/16/59 446.721.42 

CASH BALANCE, JUNE 30, 1969 * 

ADD— Investment In U. S. Treasury Bills, due 
7/16/69 






BALANCE— ACCOUNTABLE % 



4 



DEDUCT 

Reserve for Retirement and Aecurcd Interest 

Retirement 1936 Issue, due 10/15/59 $192,000.00 

Retirement 1938 Issue, due 8/ 1/57 187,000.00 $379,000,00 

Interest 1936 Issue, due 10/15/59 $ 31,045.00" 

Interest 1936 Issue, due 8/ 1/69 41,849.50 72,884,50 

UNENCUMBERED FUND BALANCE, JUNE 
30, 1959 * 



REPORT OF ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT 



93 



Schedule XI 

CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA AT NEW ORLEANS 

Statement of Bond Obligations 

June 30, 1959 



Serial Bonds— 1936— .035— 12,134,000.00 



Year 

1969 

I960 

1961 

1962 

i:n;;i 

1964 

1965 

JSGC 



Principal 
Due Oct. 15 
$ 192,000.00 
200,000.00 
208,000.00 
217,000.00 
226,000.00 
236,000.00 
240,000.00 
249.000.00 



Interest 
Due Apr. 15 

? 

27,685.00 
24,185.00 
20,545.00 
16,747.50 
12,792.50 
8,602.50 
4,357,50 



Interest 

Due Oct, 15 

| 31,045.00 

27,685.00 

24,185.00 

20,545.00 

16,7*7.60 

12,792.60 

8,662.50 

4,357.50 



Total 

Principal & 
Interest 

$ 223,045.00 
255,370.00 
256,370.00 

:::,*, mm no 
259,495.00 
261,585.00 
263,325.00 
267,716.00 



$1,774,000.00 J114.975.00 $146,020.00 12,034.995.00 



Serial Bond— 1938— .0385— ?2,529, 000.00 



Year 

I960 
1961 
1962 
1 963 
ISM 
196.1 

1967 



Principal 
Due Aug. 1 

$ 187,000.00 
194,000.00 
202,000.00 

209,000.00 
217,000.00 
226,000.00 
234,000.00 
243,000.00 
252,000.00 
211,000,00 



Due Feb. 1 

Interest 

I 

38,249.75 
84,615.26 
30,626.75 
36, 1,03.50 
22,426.25 
18.095.00 
13,590.60 
8,912.75 
1.(166.75 



Interest 

Due Aug. 1 

$ 41,849.50 

38.249.75 

34,: M 

30,626.76 

20.003. 50 

22,426.25 

18,096.00 

i:l.590.50 

8,912.76 

4.066.76 



Tptal 

Principal & 

Interest 

S 22S.849.J0 
270,499.50 
271,030.60 
270,263.60 

270.207.00 

270,: 

270,1 
889,8 



*;U74,000.00 1197,086.50 $238,936.00 $2,610,022.60 



94 CHARITY HOSPITAI,— 1958-1HS9 



CHARITY HOSPITAL OF LOUISIANA 

AT NEW ORLEANS 

ANNUAL REPORT 

PURCHASING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

This la the report or the Purchasing Department for the year ei 

June 30, 1959. 

There urn: 20.1H purchase orders, purchase order changes 

order cancellations written during the twelve- month period, 
represents a 10.6% Increase over the previous | 

All contracts and orders were awarded to the lowest responsible 
on a competitive basis. The services of various testing laboratori 
Utilised to assure compliance with certain .-specifications. 

Six annual contracts for goods amounted to approximate! 
and four annual contracts for services amounted to $18,056,00. In ml 
there were twenty eight bids held and orders written for commi 
purchased on a monthly nnd quarterly basis. Thirty nine bids were 
held lor non-rnutine goods and services such as x-ray equipment 
conditioning, tile flooring, dental equipment, pharmacy solution room . 
ment and the like. 

Surplus commodities received from the Food Distribution 
the State IH-partnient of Education were :is follows; 

Hardwhcat flour, 50 lb. bags , J ' 

ter 65 lb. av. case *.*75 

Butter. 32/1 lb. prints per ease S2,0»0 

Rice, 100 lb. sacks 4! ' 

f'ornmeal, 60 lb. bags T 

Cabbage, fresh, 50 lb, sacks " , -" IH ' 

Dried milk, 250 lb. av. drum S.780 lbs 

All purpose flour, 50 lb, bags '■' 

Cheese, 8/6 lb. av. case ■ 

The market value of these commodities was 332,496,00 tin Inci . 
$8,880.21 over the value of those received the previous year. 1*> . 
estimated upon prevailing market prices at the time of receipt . 
commodity. 

Respectfully submltttd. 

/B/ GEORGE A. SANDERSON, .1R. 

George A. Sanderson, Jr. 
Purchasing Agent 
gas/ny 



REPORT OF PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 95 

ANNUAL REPORT 
Yearly Report to the Director 
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 
Tola] number of native employees as of June 30, lflEO 3,402 

A new .screening unit was put Into operation July I, 1S5S and by trans- 
f- i ring- employees from the Social Service Department anil by creating 
positions, 'in employees were provided for this work. 

A cyclical audit of ail positions In the Hospital resulted hi anproxl- 
matelj- 2(m position changes. Reorganizations in the Screening Unit, tin* 
anting Department, the Personnel Department, the Dietary Depart- 
ment, the Housekeeping Department and the Departments of Diagnostic 
■>iirt Therapeutic Radiology accounted for many of these changes. The 
commended In this audit by the Department of State Civil 
r the manner in which it has adhered to the provisions of the 
iflcation and Pay Plan and. In s.-v.-ral personnel records cheeks, no 
ra were found in our practices. 

A fingerprinting program was instituted at the direction of the Hoard 
1'iiliilstrators and to date 2,832 employees have received clear records 
Federal Bureau of Investigation. Because of serious offenses 
which prohibited their continued employment by the State, or because of 
• hi unsavory past record, 18 employees have been discharged from their 
An additional JO employees have resigned since their records 
revealed and M employees have been Informed by Hospital telegram 
trivial offenses have been reported and have been made > part of 
their personnel files. This program has been difficult to manage and, 
unpleasant to enforce, yet we believe that the results ob- 
tained nave been most worthwhile. 

trlt} Hospital and Its employees eoeived several awards this 

At the Founder's Day Dinner held during (he Sixth Annual 
■rsonnel Management Conference in Baton Rouge, the Ha 
ded a certificate for its outstanding personnel program. Mr. Jean 
Josephine Marino and Mrs. Amenaide llayde] were recipients 
Intmrable mention for the Charles E. Dunbar Award and were fated 
dinner at the Roosevelt Hotel. Mrs. Karie Manich and Miss Nunry 
■■I I* ciived outstanding service ratings from their supervisors. 

lary Increases were granted on a meritorious basis to 1,873 employ 
i.ruai-y 1, 1969. In addition, the interns in the Hospital were granted 
n salary retroactive to the first nf the year. 

An extern program was established and placed under the control of 

this department Now application forms ami appointment forms were 

• d for use in this program. We hope to be of service to the si 
Intents in which externshlps have heen established. Properly managed, 

this program should greatly benefit the Hospital. 

I >u r I n g the year, most departments of the Hospital were placed on a 
10 -hour work-week, it is hoped thai all departments may be able to adopt 
this policy in the near future. 

This has been a gratifying and a progressive year and In all matters 
• have enjoyed the complete cooperation of the Board of Administrators, 



96 CHARITY HOSPITAI^-1958-1968 



the Director, the Sisters of Charity, the department heads, the staff am* 

the Department of State Civil Service. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ CHARLES C. STUKTKVANT 



Charles C. Sturtevant 
Personnel Director 



CCS:p 
July 1, 1959 



ANNUAL REPORT— AMBULANCE SERVICE 
July I, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



Data 

1558 
JtlDr 

A«ust 
September ... 
OeMs _ 

Not ember ... 
DereBber ... 

1959 
January ... . 

February 

llsrrh 

April 

May 

June 
Tuttli 



Amb. 


No. 1 


Amb. 


No. 2 


Amb. 


No. 3 


Amb. 


No. 4 


Amb. 


No. 5 


Amb. 


No. 7 


Amb. 


No. 8 


Totals 


tslls 


Milts 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


Calls 


Miles 


Call) 


Miles 


50 


£39 


97 


498 




1.513 


152 


Ma 


229 


1,722 


B 


74 


219 


1.490 


950 


6.598 


1011 


6 75 


212 


1.132 


90 


743 


42 


269 


183 


1.376 


838 


1,589 


35 


■>>:„ 


sor 


li.t'H 


.--„ 





1 


4 


237 


i,<m 


28 


199 


us 


1,453 


177 


1.21s 


196 


1,416 


804 


5,924 












230 


1,482 


11 


Ti* 


190 


1.263 


i.sr 


1,2.1(1 


207 


3,363 


855 


5,602 





_ 


176 


1.111 


153 


1.053 


170 


I, Mil 


15 


102 


242 


l. Me 


142 


973 


80S 


8.074 







203 


1,324 


54 


384 


225 


1.548 







22-; 


1,466 


273 


1.750 


981 


6,472 







27S 


1.641 


250 


1.641 


93 


616 






205 


1.270 


269 


1,807 


1.095 


8,978 





m 


Ml 


1,681 


1 j-i 


969 


253 


1,878 


1 


41 






248 


1.523 


910 


6.067 







241 


1.385 




1.960 


2(11 


i.93a 


183 


708 






78 


533 


1,048 










ua 


1,74.-. 


297 


2,309 


881 




213 


1,142 


1 


S< 


39 


3ffii 


1,083 


7.SGI 


, 


.......... 






289 


1.780 


2S1 


1,940 


61 


211 


189 


1 359 


263 


1,998 


1.048 


7.321 






IIS 


754 


uo: 




122 


888 


54 


291 


m 


1.335 


289 


1,850 


982 


6,623 


150 


1,014 


1.830 


11,475 


2,431 


10,888 


1,949 


13,044 


1.330 


8.34 4 


1,661 


11.324 


2,218 


l. •,.:•: ;,:. 


11.600 


7S.294 



STATEWIDE AMBULANCE SERVICE 



□ate 
195S 


Amb. No. S-1 

Calls Mitet 

17 3,520 

11 440 

14 1.928 
27 2.812 

is S 

25 3.100 

24 2,877 

15 2.015 

166 IMS! 


Amb. No. 5-2 
Calls Miles 
17 

29 3,827 

32 2, '7:' 
22 1.370 

30 2,601 

33 3,460 

31 2,670 

34 2.587 
31 4.475 
20 3.986 
29 3,760 
43 

Ml 34.990 


Amb. No. S-3 

Calls Mites 

11 8.879 

24 2.361 

25 2,348 
22 1,049 

27 1.354 
18 2,089 

24 1.849 

28 2.044 
33 3.056 
40 4.557 
31 2.773 
31 2,165 

330 29.317 


Amb. 

Calls 

25 
25 


No. S-4 
Miles 


Amb. No. 3.5 
Calls Mites 


Totals 
Calls Miles 
81 8,146 


Attfust 




64 6,128 
71 6,855 
71 5,600 


Bl | it:.' ■ ■ 

October . „ 

Noranber „ .„ _ 





6 54 
6 64 




1 ,888 
1,568 


70 8,658 

78 7,396 
77 6,64(i 
64 7.531 
60 6,000 


1959 

FtbrauT „ _ _ 

March , , 


Ml? .„ 


June _ „ „ _.. 

Tntils 


105 5,692 

878 84,417 



CHARITY' HOSPITAL— 193S-1959 



ANNUAL REPORT 

SISTERS' DIVISIONS 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

During the past fiscal year, the departments compri> 
Divisions continued their efforts to maintain standards of perfonnaii 
lo improve the quality and scope of service rendered. Detailed rep 
the activities of each department are being submitted by th.- 
department heads. 

The Dietary Department continued its efforts to provide urell-b«]ajK« 
active, hot m«-als to hospU.il patients and to physicians, 
graduate nurses, and other personnel who arc furnished men is 
hospital dining rooms. While the number of graduate diet 

ther-a has been a steady lncrc-a.se In the number of student di. 
lying for enrollment in the one-year, accredited program or int 
offered at Charity Hospital through the Dietary Department, This p 
is meeting a definite need iti the training of dietitians In the 3 

In tile Housekeeping Department, greater floor cleanliness 
achieved through the purchase and use of nine new* finer clean 
polishing machines. In addition, a piece of equipment known as the r 
Patch PresB has proved to be a time-saving device which has add. 
to the efficiency of the Linen and Sewing Rooms, Such modern . 
will enable the employees of the Housekeeping Department to rendei 
service. 

The Nursing Service Department is still handicapped by the f 
vailing shortage of professional nurses, but by maintaining an 
training program for practical nurses and nurse aid. 
partment manages to provide patient care. Although the turru.-. ■ 
Ployees in the professional nurse staff remains high, the practical 
uurso aide staffs are relatively stable. Near the close of tii. 
year, the Nursing Service Department was at last able to achlei 
its long-term goals, the placing of all non- professional personnel 
department on a forty-hour, five-day work week Renovation 
Infirmaries. Radiology Wards, and the installation of new n 
new paint in several areas have brightened and Improved the 
of these wards and have provided a cheerful, clean and fresh , 
to Which the patients have respon.;. ,1. 

The School of Nursing has continued to operate as far as 
accordance with state and national standards for accreditation, t< 
cation of the student nurse is the primary obligation of the 
Nursing, but efforts are continually made to supplement the in: 
provided by the Nursing Service Department without sacriflcin,, 
catlonal standards. Student nurses are assigned to areas whir' 
good learning experiences, and the patient care rendered by them i 
areas la considerable and Important. In the last few months ( .r ; 
senior student nurses are taught to meet the requirements! and r< 
bllities of graduate professional nurses, In order that the transitu, 
student to graduate may be accomplished by a minimum amount 
sary adjustment. 

We are pleased with the progress made in renovating the 
Residence. The work to be done on first floor is virtually complete. 
i-rnlz-ition and repair of these facilities have resulted In greater t ., 
in their utilization, and have added greatly to the comfort and com 
of the Sisters. Renovation of other areas of the Sisters' Re 
tinuing. 



RKPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 9:1 

Throughout the year, the director of the Sisters' Divisions has served 
^airman of a hospital committee which was appointed to plan a pro- 
gram of action for the hospital in the event of a community disaster. 
This committee held frequent meetings, toured various areas of the hos- 
pital, consulted heads of major departments, and, In conjunction with 
the physician who was appointed to plan a program of medical care, pre- 
wired a general Disaster Plan for the hospital. This plan has been ap- 
proved by the administrative staff of the hospital, and Is now in the 
process of being printed for general distribution. All hospital employees 
will be given orientation and Instruction in the course of action to be 
followed If disaster strikes the hospital or the community. Completion of 
■ .satisfactory Disaster Plan will enable Charity Hospital to meet the 
Standards of the various hospital accrediting agendas, and to function 
effectively in community planning. 

The Sisters' Divisions, individually and collectively, wish to express 
appreciation for the consistent courtesy and understanding which have 
been manifested by the administrative starf of Charity Hospital when 
problems have been presented and requests for assistance made through - 
nut the year. Such unfailing consideration inspires us toward srreater nch: 
ments during the coming year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ SISTER MARQARET 

Sister Margaret, 

Director, Sisters' Divisions 



CHARITY HOSPITAL,— 1358-1953 



ANNUAL REPORT 

NURSING SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

Director of Sisters' Divisions 

Sister Margaret, R.X., B.S., F.A.C.H A. 

Director of Nursing Service 
Sister Laurence, R.N., B.S. 

itaat Director of Nursing Service- 
Willie B. Mask, R.N., B.S. 

Instructor Supervisors 

trona Daigle, R.N. 

Janice Qulnn, R.N. 
Professional Nurse Staff 

Supervisory 

Daughters of Charity , , IS 

I.:iy Supervisors 3 

Assistant Supervisors 

Bead Nurses . . . 

Genera] Duty Nurses 

Full-time 

-time 

Nbn- professional Nursing Staff 

Practical Nurses 

Psychiatric Aides 

Nurse Aides II and III 

■■■ Aides I 

Central Service "Workers 

Custodial Workers 

rlcal Personnel 

Miscellaneous Personnel 

The r,],,,vi> figures include personnel giving services to hospital!-.-, 
out-patients, and who are umler the direction of the Nursing Si 
pa rt men t. 



Nursing Service Department lias barely maintained its prol 
taff since July, 1959. The number of full-time general clutj 

Vith i-:,i'h nnaains i, .-.„»- -.h,1 .... *1~!.. »»mm nf 1,, t1 s: i,1 ,- nUT\S*>v I. 



The 

rii'LiL . „_^ ^ ■*»■* ■ i«wwt nit jjuiiiuri ul iubi-1- 

ig year, and as this group of bedside nursi 
smaller, the inadequacy of nursing care is more eviden: Tin- h, i, 
and supervisory staffs are fairly stable, but It is difficult In s< 
retain the services of nurses who are quali positions. Ino\ 

as the professional nurse staff becomes smaller, the non-professli 
staff Increases la number, but numbers is not the answer In pro 
good nursing care. Even private duty nursing which supplements th 
ing services of the hospital failed to adequately meet current nursin. 
Of the 700 calls for private duty placed by the Nursing Sen 
-re not filled. 

Undaunted by these facts, the Nursing Service administrative an,] 
visory staffs have been diligent in using every means available i 
leadership, to better prepare nursing service personnel to meel 
needs, n nd to more effectively utilize the services of each member 
nursing service staff. An intensive therapy unit was establish! 



REPORT OP SISTERS' DIVISIONS 101 



medical service and It has enabled the nurses to give better care to serious- 
ly ill patients and those requiring specialized attention. The establishment 
of a similar unit on the general surgery floor is under discussion. 

Expansion in research and educational programs, the newer techniques 
used in the diagnosis and treatment of patients, and of necessity, the ex- 
peditious and satisfactory adjustment by nurses to Job requirements give 
in-service training a high priority In the functions of the Nursing Service 
Department. The time and effort spent in the orientation and teaching 
of employed professional and practical nurses, and a consistent follow-up 
routine have brought good results, particularly at the head nurse and 
supervisory levels. Well-planned staff education meetings held monthly 
have contributed to the growth and development of the nursing staff and 
Increased its effectiveness. 

Four groups of nurse aides, 109 In number, were enrolled in the train- 
ing pro grain for this group of employees. Of this number, 67 satisfactorily 
completed the course. In addition, a twelve-hour course in selected nursing 
procedures was taught to a class of 18 X-ray technicians. 

The. Nursing Service Department was responsible for the student nurse 
affiliations of Dillard University and the Booker T. Washington High 
ol. Plans for clinical experience, health services and rotation schedules 
were arranged through the Nursing Service Office, and 30 professional 
nursing students from the university and 41 practical nursing students 
trout the high school participated in these programs. On May 1. 1359, a 
elans of 10 practical nursing students from the L. B. Rabouln Vocational 
>l began its affiliation for clinical experience. 

The Premature Infant Center nursing staff again offered a program 
»f orientation and observation in the care of premature infants. The three- 
week course was attended by 10 professional nurses, and a two- day In- 
tensive orientation to premature infant nursing was arrnnged for the 
clinical Instructor in obstetrics of the Louisiana State University School 
of Nursing. Hour-long orientations were given to l r > public health nu 
!6 practical nursing students, 187 professional nursing students. 10 students 
Irian the Tulane University School of Social Work, and 'Mi volunteer 
workers. Assigned to the Nursery for two-week periods of clinical experience 
In Premature Infant Nursing were 69 professional nursing student* from 
the Charity Hospital School of Nursing, 23 from DIUard University, and 5 
from Louisiana State University. 

The Nursing Service Office staff actively engaged in orientation programs 
;idents and Interns, dietary interns, student x-ray technicians, practical 
nursing students, and volunteer workers. As members of the hospital Disaster 
Committee, the Committee on Infections and the Records Committee, they 
i orthy assistance which facilitated the work of thi -. Di- 

rection and support was given to the nursing supervisors and rccuuiuienda- 
rnade to the hospital administrators in planning tor ■ central glove 
lotun, tin- remodeling of the Delivery Unit of the i tment, 

and organizing facilities and nursing services for research projects, 

\ lively interest in community health education and services was main- 
d through representation in the New Orleans Hospital Council, lie 

lean Red Cross Enrollment Committee, the Louisiana Hi art A.ssocla- 

the Volunteer Advisory Committee of the Hospital Volunteer Service. 

and a personal appearance on a televised program which described the 

lp oi Charity Hospital (.» the community. Attendance at itisti- 

on nursing service administration, nursing school curricula, and im- 
provement of the practice of nursing kept the nursing Bervice staff In- 
formed of Hie ! : rn trends in nursing. 

The Personnel Health Clinic reported 4,625 patient visits fur the year 

Immunization programs for typhoid fever, poliomyelitis, tetanus, diphtheria. 
i were conducted with a total of 2,938 injections given. 



102 CHAHITT HOSPITAL— 1958-1959 



The activities of the Nursing Service Committees (or the rev 
nursing procedures and policies included the construction of tv 
nursing procedures and the revision of the table of diagnostic tetsfc 
40 pages of pathology, x-ray and other departmental diagnostic pn... 
The reorganization of the Departments of Diagnostic and Therapei: 
itadlolugy necessitated the revision of 13 policies. Other nursing 
changed to accommodate current demands, numbered 14, 

In reporting the activities of the Nursing Service Department n.r I 
Ihi t y ^ ar ' aj,preclatlon should be expressed for the 40-hour work w< 
initiated for non- professional nursing service employees, and for tl 
stanttal reduction in the number of "over patients" on the ward. 
action on the part of the administrators will be reflected In i,, 
nursing care. 



Respectfully submitted, 

1st SISTER LAURENCE 

Slater Laurence, R.N., Director 
Nursing Service Department 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 108 



ANNUAL REPORT 

DIETARY DEPARTMENT 

July t, 1958— June 30, 1959 

ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

During the fiscal year twelve dietetic Interns were graduated and 
granted membership in The American Dietetic Association, making a total 
•if 163 that have completed their training at Charity Hospita sinco the 
Internship was established in 1944. 

During the past year, a total of 22,1S5 patients were seen and Instructed 
on special diets In Nutrition Clinic. Of these, new reduction diets totaled 
1.628 and reduction revisits totaled 3.368. The number of diabetica in - 
fttructfd individually wa3 2,444. Many of these returned for reviews and 
additional advice on their diets. Besides the Individual diabetic Instructions, 
380 patients, relatives, and attendants attended diabetic class. Where supple- 
mentary Instruction Is given weekly. Various other special diet instructions 
— which included the following diets and variations: Bland. Restricted 
•Sodium. Low Fat, Low Residue, High Protein, Low Cholesterol, Colostomy, 
Low Calcium, Soft, High Residue, Low Phosphorous, Hig-h Caloric, Tube 
ng, Allergy, Acid Ash, Dumping Syndrome, Puree, Milk and Cream 
—Totaled 722. Various diets revisits totaled 1,739. 

Obstetric Clinic referred 11,182 pregnant women for diets. 
7,806 were instructed on Normal Diets. 

3.901 were Instructed on Toxemia Diets (and Toxemia reductions) 
285 were instructed on Reduction Diets, 

Total broken appointments for revisits and reductions and various 
other diets were 3.114. Some of these returned at a later date. Eleven 
Lie Interns rotated through Nutrition Clinic. Each was assigned for a 
1 of 5 weeks, one week of which was spent with a City Public Health 
Nurse visiting patients and attending Well Baby Clinics. Fifty-tight stu- 
dent Nurses rotated through Nutrition Clinic. Each WM assigned for a 
period of one week. 

During the fall term, a Clinic Dietitian spent the morning of each 
Friday at Tulane Medical School Diabetic Clinic, instructing patients ;ind 
Htlng as a dietary consultant to the Medical Staff and Students 

All Dietary Department personml who were working a 41 or 4* hour 
w<"ek, were put on a 40 hour week effective June 16, 19.W, This change 
.1 some hardships, but we are endeavoring to maintain our serv- 
the Hospital to the best of our ability. Split whirls for the pantry 
emptoyeee are resorted to only when necessity demands, In order tn ade- 
quately service the floors. 

Some changes have been made in the food service to the mtrtoua 
floors In order to Improve the service. 

Coffee Is now made in the Main Kitchen and dellvored to the floors 
■ rvolds. This method saves time and eliminates the duplication of 
this function on each floor, as well as resulting in a considerable .saving 
of coffee. 

Food service out on the wards was initiated in the juvenile units, 
but had to be discontinued because of the shortage In Nursing personnel 

Now dishwashing machines were installed in the 4th, 5lh. and 11th 
now Pantries. 



,<M CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1958-1959 



N«W green and white china dishes were put Into use in the Docl 

Jurat's 1 Infirmary. 

The large dining room and the private dining: room In the St 
Nurses' Residence were painted. New draperies were hung, ;i holy pictun 
was placed In the dining room and flower boxes and planters were add* 
t<> make the dining room more attractive, 

A steel cart wax made to carry small articles, and a pans throuich re- 
frigerator was installed In June. 

Three turn affiliations were arranged for the new riass of : 
Interna starting September 1, IflSS, as follows: 

A '"' **** affiliation with Morrison's Cafeteria In the L.S.1 

.!il BcnooL f.-r ! J ay Cafeteria Service. 

A two WMk affiliation With the Louisiana State Depart mint of llc.l" 
r.ir experience In rield work in Public Health Nutrition. 

A MM iracll research affiliation with Dr. Grace Goldsmiths .!,• 
i lime. Tulane Medical School. 

v turn [nteraanip Brochure was written by staff members with the 

; Theresa, and was printed by the Mulilgrnnh lH>r*rt 
■I Ins hr.ier.ure la sent to colleges and prospective interns. 

if members funned a committee and met for several month- i- 
•id., to revise our Diet Manual, It is hoped to have this manual .-.-,, 
distribution at an early date. * 

A new sewing machine wan purchased f,> r the Dietary I'l-mriimtt 
Mti.-n Room f"r the repair of employees' uniforms. 

being used more often, as each day a numb, ■ 
■ '<>)" down to assist kitchen emplovees with their 

preparation. 

'■i-uiMinillv.- figures of meals served are as follows: 

1957-1958 1958- 19*S 

*•?* 2.194,313 S.03l*U 

" , " 113.701 i!, 

Total Meals 2.308.0H 

Sp.-rial Diets .Served 4R6 828 3H- 

Infnnt Kormul red ,,, lrl0 ; e20 

MEAL COSTS: 

* 9B1.288.M 

r:' l:, :'7. • 467,882.65 

Other I',\|ii.imm xn tun 

man Room rood '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.['.['. u!i 

1 ■ n.r, 

" m,r '*" 1 ' ' j 

"MMKxn.vnoNs 

u. rtpaad am rooo mnwnm it to M ot the past aevaraJ reara that a 

of the garbage dJanoaal problem confronting the Dietary tL 
with ■ vi.-u towards tevteln* a, mora efficient „., t„ (i , 

of garbage disi ■ "iru- 

Qtrbtgl I units should also be floor p,,. 



REPORT OF SISTEHS' DIVISIONS 105 

A study should be made of the floor pantries to devise a way of re- 
modeling them for greater efficiency and service. 

A study should also be made for a new type of tray rack for the 
patients' trays, as our present ones are obsolete. 

In order to improve the food sen-ice of the patients on the 3rd Floor, 
a food cart to meet the needs of this floor will be needed. 

APPRECIATION 

We are most grateful to the Director and his Assistants, the Board 
of Administrators, the Sisters, the Medical Staff, Nursing Deparment, 
Engineering and Maintenance Departments, and all other Departments of 
the Hospital for their cooperation and assistance to us during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ SISTER THERESA 

Sister Theresa, Director 
Dietary Department 



106 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1968-1969 

ANNUAL REPORT 

HOUSEKEEPING DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

The annual report of the Housekeeping Department for the fiscal >< 
■ "-ginning July 1, 1958, and ending Juno 30, 1959, Is herewith submit!. 

The turnover of personnel, Including Linen and Sewing Section 
105. Of this number there were 64 resignations and 41 removals. N 
todial Workers were transferred by promotion to other departments. 

One seamstress position was abolished from the Sewing Section: an.. 
Custodial Worker II position was established for the X-ray Departing, 
Floor. One position was transferred to this deportment from Nursing Sen ■ 
ice for cleaning duties in the Observation Section. 

In February 1959, all eligible employees received a Step r 
salary, and 58 of the heavy duty cleaning positions were allowed a, C l. 
eat ion change from Custodial Worker I to Custodial Worker II. 

Two hundred forty-two mattresses were renovated: 215 in Main Seel 
and twenty-seven In Personnel Quarters. 

Window cleaning services were performed by the National v. 
'"leaning Company as per contract. 

Pest control services were carried on satisfactorily by the Charity 
pltal Pest Control Workers, 

The following new equipment was supplied: Nine new American 
King polishing and scrubbing machines; one new Giant Wet-Dry Vacuur 
nick up. and one Thermo- Pa ten press for linen repair. 

In the Salvage Division $1,754.98 worth of salvage material was s „|.'. 

The following linen replacements were made: 

744 Bed Spreads 
6508 Sheets (adult beds) 
7451 Roller Sheets 
1500 Crib Sheets 

600 Bassinet Sheets 
6104 Pillow cases 
7000 Rath towels 
6866 Huck Towels 
1978 Kitchen towels 
15.392 Wash cloths 

738 Hamper Bags 
120B Aprons 

330 Doctors operating gowns 
1266 Scrub shirts 
1071 Scrub trousers 

426 Nurses first gowns 

408 Nurses 2nd gowns 
11,006 Surgical towels 
8010 Patients gowns 
2845 Pajama suits 

677 Robes 
1395 Large pads 
lUS Bassinet pads 
24,056 Diapers 
2765 Baby wraps 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 107 



510 Wrap around amuck* 
10,033 Sterile wraps 
788 New Blankets 
1B0 New Pillows 
491 Mattress Covers 
100 Crib mattress covers 
Ti Dining Room tableeloihs 

We gratefully acknowledge the interest and support which has been 

extended to the Housekeeping Department by the Board of Directors, Doctor 

■I Kerne and the Administrative Staff at all times during tho past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/SISTER CLARISSE 

Sister Clarissa 

Director of Housekeeping 



ANNUAL REPORT— OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



CLINIC SERVICES 



New Pititnti 

In Clinics 

Whits lr Colored 



General Surgery 679 

Neuro Surgery 

Pediatric Surgery 

Plastic Surgery 

Proclo Surgery 

Thoracic Surgery 

Tumor ..... 

Vascular Disease „ 

Fractures 

Orthopedics 

Crippled Children (Began 7-18-58) 
Hand (Began 7-11-581 

Casts Applied 

Casts Removed 



14 
1 
5 

11 

4 
6 

67 


2 


Obstetrics , 144 



Post-Pa rtum 

Gynecology , 

Special Gynecology 

Infertility 

Male Urology . 

Female Urology ..... 

Nephritis 

Cystoscopy 

Special Therapy 



Ear. Nose 4 Throat 

Eye 

Glaucoma 

Eye Refraction* „ 

Pundua-OphthaJmoMopy 
Neurology 

Eptfapfj 

'.anfliUlion 
Psychiatry 



4 

342 

1 



134 

60 



1 



288 

260 

1 

20 

2 

ISO 

224 



1.47,1 


4 
9 

2 
17 

1 is 
1,089 

HI 
8 



762 


718 
n 


68 

1 



254 

324 

6 

6 

a 

1ST 




66 



Old Pilienti 

In Clinics 
White & Colored 



1.327 
25 

88 

Hi 

69 
66 
102 
76 
85 
1,220 







479 

63 

1.011 

46 



677 

242 

u 

77 

13 

738 

036 



101 

10 

486 

111 

9 

629 



T..S2S 
ITS 
411 
166 
128 
165 
108 

1 a 1 

104 
1,491 

58 

6 





8,465 

615 

7.061 

36 

49 

1,683 

438 



128 

200 

790 

1,618 

248 

269 

18 

839 

218 

385 



Patient 

Revisits 

To Clinics 

White & Colored 



11.594 
<;u7 
272 
576 

1,044 
632 

1.015 
181 
597 

1.084 


ll» 

70 9 

l.aoo 

4.263 

613 

5,676 

no 



2,466 

1,806 

19 

898 

172 

6,178 

6.361 

49 

2.494 

246 

2,036 

62.1 

06 

MSI 



£9,682 

631 

610 

116 

1,010 

2,323 

1,250 

16.256 

727 

1,840 

3,057 

37,902 

6.12S 

20,947 

713 

417 

6 JOB 

2,514 

1,289 
8,888 

9.999 
9.420 
1.546 
3.255 
242 
3,266 
1,063 

6,407 



Tot j I 

New & OIK 

Pitienti 

In Clinics 

White & Colored 



2.006 

39 

36 

127 

80 

65 

106 

60 

112 

1.922 









623 

6T 

1.353 

46 



761 

292 



78 

19 

1.026 

1,808 

1 

121 

12 

116 

114 

763 



7.S0J 

173 

41 1 
160 

156 
110 
163 
252 
1,688 

m 
9 

D 

a 

9.207 

616 

7.709 

49 

2.452 

526 



129 

ZOO 

1,044 

1,842 

263 

276 

20 

976 

216 



Total 

Patient 
Visits 
To Clinics 
While & Colored 



11,600 

646 

308 

703 

1.124 

687 

1.121 

1,063 

739 

i.i.iuji: 


127 
709 

i.aoo 

1.888 

680 

Mil 

1(4 


8.811 

2.098 
19 

976 

1 SB 

7.204 

6.503 

2,615 
2JT 

2,702 



81.981 

804 
1,8 Si 

670 
2,236 

SSI 

1.120 

2.476 

1,502 

19.338 

898 

271 

1,840 

3.097 

47.100 

1,741 

28.716 

799 

516 

7,750 

3,040 

163 

1,428 

2,533 

11,043 

11,262 

1.709 

3,630 

282 

4,242 

1,285 

t 

6,848 



Cardiac Renal & Vascular 

Chest 

Dermatology ...... 

Dermo-Planing .. 

Diagnostic- Anesthesia 



ChtM-P»rettiairr j« 

Medicine ... 440 

Allergy I 

Arthritis „__ 3 

Cardiac 4 


1 
ISO 



Diagnostic-Medicine 116 

4 

8 



2 

SB 
I 

a 



Endocrine 

Gastroenterology „ ...... 

Hematology 

Hypertension . 

Metabolic 

Mycolojry , 

Proclo Medicine 

Tropical Diseases 

Tuberculosis 

Pediatrte-Behavior (Began 4-2-69) 
Pediatri c - Ca rd i n c 



Pediatries & Immunization 676 

Pediatric-Metahoiie 

Pcd la trie-Neurology ,. 

Pedia trie-Tuberculin 

Premature 

Infant Feeding & Immunisation 

Collaborative Child Development Progr 

(Began 8-58) 

Dental (Loyola) 

Oral Surgery 



4 

5 
11 

6 
IS 

1 

264 
64 
Pasteur 157 





S8S 









6 

27S 

fl 

0' 

183 

2 



3 



3 



3 



131 

2 

S 

1.599 

9 

3 

39 

126 

276 

667 

233 

44 

107 



TOTALS 



76 

2,600 

164 

27 

S3 

23 

7 

614 

> 

4 

1 

141 



s 

s 

318 



2 

2 

664 



79 

612 

18 

19 

44 

1 





502 

109 

43 



2 

-.'.•:» 

396 

61 

24 

40 

43 

1.012 

10 

8 

3 

328 



64 

43 

1,416 

78 

1 

1 

769 



74 

2,008 

24 

51 

132 

209 

32 

8 

1,895 
198 
137 



248 

14.303 

3,088 

686 

206 

608 

424 

6,423 

687 

102 

473 

1.022 

67 

398 

129 

l,»70 

36 

241 

63 

5.622 

35 

35 

3.147 

85 

179 

128 

14 

lfi 

1 

2,720 

1,899 

266 



M 

14,091 

6.578 

1.327 

466 

964 

648 

11,033 

359 

112 

1,010 

2,861 

40 

904 

1,242 

6.97S 

2,703 

280 

190 

6,127 

65 

92 

12,764 

188 

449 

650 

787 

284 

110 
7.337 
3.127 

485 



3.040 

158 

30 

87 

23 

S 

844 

9 

4 

117 

146 



8 

8 

8 1 B 



4 

2 

749 

1 

S3 

1,288 

22 

24 

55 

20 

1 
766 
173 
200 



2 

9.555 
896 

61 

24 

40 

53 

1 .2 - :. 

10 

3 

ISO 

330 



67 

43 

1.419 

7R 

4 

1 

900 

2 

79 

3.607 

38 

56 

171 

SIS 

307 

BTB 

2,128 
242 
244 



333 
IT.MJ 

3,246 
716 
243 

631 
432 

7.267 
646 
106 
690 

1.167 

67 

406 

137 

35 
245 

66 
5.772 

36 
117 
4,435 
107 
203 
IK 3 

21 

36 

2 

3.486 

2,072 

166 



56 

43.664 

6,974 

1,388 

480 

994 

701 

12.318 

369 

116 

1.1S6 

2,681 

40 

971 

1.2 .-'--> 

8,397 

2.781 
284 
191 

6.027 
57 
171 
16.871 
221 
506 
821 

1422 
691 

786 
9.465 
3.369 

729 



S.afw 10,769 14.665 50,784 110.191 275.461 19.920 61.553 130,111 336.954 



ll« CHARITY HOSPITAL— 195S-19B8 



REPORT OF WHITE AND COLORED OUT-PATIENT 
DEPARTMENT FOR 1958-1959— (Continued) 

Number of Clinic Working Days for 1968-1B59 

Daily Average Patient Visits to White Clinks 

Daily Average Patient Visits to Colored Clinics , 

Patients referred to hospital for operations from Otolaryngology 
Ciin!c » • 1 

Patients referred to hospital for operations from Ophthalmology 

CUnie. M 3 

Minor Operations in Surgery Clinics , 6 2S» 

Mantoux Tests mnde in Pediatrics & Immunisation Clinics 

Dental Clinics: 

Abscesses -, , 

Alveotectomys , !!!!!!!!! '.'. -j i"4 

Consultations "" i-q- 

Extractlons '.'...'..'.'.'.'.'.'. '.".'.'.'.......'.'." «' 

Penicillin Injections ,\ 

Pyorrhea Treatments ~'.-L 

X-Rays Taken 

Jaws Wired 

Wires Removed .'""!!" ..'. 

Tubercular Clinics: 

Bronchoscope Examinations :4 

Laryngoscopy Examinations 

Pneumothorax Treatments 

Pneumoperitoneum Treatments ] 

YEARLY COMPARISON OF TOTAL PATIENT VISITS 
IN WHITE AND COLORED OUT-PATIENT 
DEPARTMENT 

Total Visits in White and Colored Clinics for 1957-1958 

Total Visits In White and Colored Clinics for 1958-1959 467.M 

Decrease 43,78i 

Total Visits In White and Colored Out-Patient Department for 1958- 
1959 

• 4C 

Total White and Colored Out-Patient Visits In Radiology Department 
for 1968-1959 

Total White and Colored Out-Patient Visits in Physical Therapy De- 
partment for 1958-1969 , 

ORANI) TOTAL 5 



NEW CASES TREATED IN OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT 
Fiscal Year 1958-1959 

White Colored White Colored Total Total Total 

Months Male Male Female Female Male Female White 

J ul y 387 586 326 690 S53 1.016 593 

Aumist 243 511 267 568 754 S35 510 

September 192 400 184 392 592 576 376 

October ■ 222 385 208 410 607 618 430 

November 173 303 150 398 476 548 323 

December 183 310 168 325 493 493 351 

January 226 394 217 443 620 660 443 

February 203 363 214 3S3 566 597 417 

March 222 446 219 490 668 709 441 

April 205 426 246 531 631 777 451 

May 212 481 230 566 693 796 442 

June 230 44:: 248 525 673 773 478 

TOTALS 2,578 5,048 2,677 6,721 1M» 8.398 5,255 



Total 
Colored 


Grand 
Total 


1.276 


1,869 


1.079 


1,581 


792 


1,168 


795 


1.225 


701 


1,024 


635 


986 


Ml 


1.280 


746 


1.163 


936 


1,377 


957 


1,408 


1.047 


1,489 


968 


1.446 


1.0,1(9 


M.024 



112 



CHARITY HOSPITAI^-1 958 -1959 



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REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 113 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

ACCREDITATION 
The school of nursing presented the three-year interim report to the 
National League for Nursing- Accrediting Agency in June of this year tor 
continued approval and this report will be reviewed in December, 1959. 

The official visit for State accreditation was made on July 24, 1958. 
During the one day visit, the visitor had a conference with the faculty and 
visited the clinical facilities in psychiatry and the clinics. The teaching- load 
of some Instructors was considered heavy and the salary nettle of Instructors 
III {Masters degree and experienced) was noted as being low In comparison 
with salaries available to experienced teachers. 

EDUCATIONAL PERSONNEL AND FACILITIES 

During the current year there have been thirteen resignations of the 
faculty group which totals 41; seven of these are unfilled. The Instructor II 
position being Increased $50 as a beginning salary has helped In securing 
instructors but the turnover of personnel continues to be a problem. All 
Instructors doing actual teaching have their basic degrees and seven have 
Blasters degrees. 

The Education Building, newly renovated, has been put into Use. In- 
cluded are 2nd and 3rd floors, which includes four classrooms, nursing arts 
laboratory, science laboratory, and seven offices. Recently an ell 
operator has been employed which has greatly alleviated the traffic problem 
for students and teachers. Future alr-condltiuning of this building and 
acquisition of the first floor which is presently occupied by Multigraph- 
Mlmeograph Department are aspired to in order to facilitate learning prac- 
tices by adding space and having minimum comfort during the h.':it of the 
summer months. Pedestal fans purchased to cool the rooms In Ihis building 
proven inadequate. 

Equipment added Include a RCA Junior Motion Picture Projector IS nun., 
sound, and a projector to show film-strips and slides. A motion picture 
film entitled "Student Nurse" has been purchased in line with a recruitment 
program being planned. 

RECRUITMENT AND FINANCIAL AID 

ruiini'-nt Ikis hern dune primarily by mail. Visits were made to three 
local high schools by faculty :iml students. Two high schools in Florida were 
vislied by a student whose home is in Florida. Plans fur Open House are 
being made and Invitations are being extended to all high schools In Orleans 
and surrounding parishes. Difficulty In filling the position of the recruiting 
officer (Typist Clerk III) slowed up the work considerably and Is partially 
responsible for the small class recruited for September, 1958. 

Eight hundred and seventy-one inquiries were received. :•:<! applications 
processed, 180 accepted, 92 rejected. Of the 130 accepted, T3 ware from 

Louisiana. 

The hospital granted loans of $110 each to (luce students. Ten student! 
granted scholarships by various organizations to total $2,612.00. Nine- 
teen loans ranging from $15.00 to $50.00 Were made from the Kellogg 
Fund to students in the school. 

Students worked on a pay basis during their vacation and their days 
Oft working a total of 1,938 days. 



1H CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1958-1959 



STATISTICS 
STUDENTS: 

Charity Hospital 209 

Affiliating , 6 4 

Schools affiliated with Charity: 

in Louisiana 

out of State ' jj 

Course completed: 

Students graduated 

Affiliating trtudenls :! 1 C 

Admicslona & Withdrawals: 

Charity Affiliate! 

Admission* 82 

Withdrawais 51 

PERSONNEL: 

Nursln E Education Unit 

Teaching & Administrative (includes 4 Sisters) 34 and 7 vacant pec 
Clerical 10 and 2 vacant t> 

Student Nurses Living Quarters 

Residence Supervisor , 1 

Hostesses B and 2 vacant p* ., • 

Clerks 5 

Elevator Operators '.'.'.'.'. 6 

Hu itchboard Operators .'..'.".'.'.. 2 

Guard I 

Resignations: 

Teaching Personnel l :; 

CterlnsJ 5 

CURRICULi; U 
VVork in the Curriculum has consisted primarily in enriching c< .. 
and improving teaching. More emphasis Is being given to bedsid. 
and supervision of clinical experience as well as better patient carp, 
la being made to provide additional experience in the out-patient depur 
as has been recommended by both the State and National Acer. 
Agencies, 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

We appreciate the Interest and courtesy extended to us by the n... . 
Administration and the Board of Administrators. 

Respectfully submitted. 

/S/SISTER PAULINE 

Sister Pauline. R.N. 

Director 

School of Nursing- 

Sr.P. :mm 



REPORT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OPERATING ROOMS 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



lis 



IMgudo Operating Rooms .. 

Miles Operating Rooms 

Bronchoscopy & E.N.T. Rooms 

Eyo Rooms 

Plaster 

Cystoscopy 

Burn Dressing 

TOTALS 

ORAND TOTAL 



Operations 


Case* 


G.3K1 


165 


5,513 


50 


1,453 


1,690 


Sir. 


711 


. . . 


1.816 


492 


5,048 




70 


14.686 


8,915 



23.6111 



OBSTETRICAL DIVISION— 10TH FLOOR 



I ':u -.sarean Sections 

itions 

GRAND TOTAL 



520 
175 
7l>4 





AllKUHt . . , , 

.^'•member. 

ibtr. . . . 

November. 

tuber. , 

.January. . , 

Jiiry. ■ 
li 

April 

May 

.tunc 



Tow In. 



DELGADO OPERATING ROOMS 
Operations 

J"i> . sei 

Aiiitum 882 

•ruber . 635 

October ... r.2! 

November 487 

December 491 

January 829 

February 474 

Karen £39 

April „ SI 4 

Hay 559 

June 641 

TOTALS 6.S13 



Cases 

14 
14 
14 
IS 
1} 
18 

15 

12 
ID 
14 
15 

8 

165 



BRONCHOSCOPY & E.N.T. ROOMS 



July 15) 

Auiruit 163 



September 
October 

°nber 
January - - 
► ••bruary 
March 
April 
Mar 
June 



139 
i •',.'. 
1 09 
111 
131 
104 
96 
108 
106 
103 
TOTALS 1.463 



137 
134 
139 
135 
ISO 
130 
147 
162 
128 
178 
130 
155 
1.600 



Main 
Ouitdinu 
2,033 
2,118 
2,092 
2,137 
1.681 
1,806 
2,036 
1,874 
1,919 
2,011 
8.00J 
1,896 



Brtttn 

Building 
02 

1)2 
02 
04 

M 

03 
02 
14 
04 
11 
05 
03 

53 



□ ibtrt Contagious 
Building Building 



HI 
02 
02 
02 
03 
02 
03 
03 
04 
03 
05 
01 
31 



01 

02 
OS 
04 

llll 

03 
01 
00 
00 
03 
04 
23 



MILES OPERATING ROOMS 

Operations 
July 478 

AukukI 536 

September 816 

October SflO 

November ..... — 365 

December 376 

January 439 

February 435 

Mutch IM 

April 482 

May 499 

June i'> 

TOTALS 6.513 



EYE ROOMS 
July ... 
August 
September ..... 

October 

November ..... 

Ivcember 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 



R4 

N7 
M 
82 
71 

67 

.. . 74 
69 
72 
70 
M 
_71 
TOTALS 016 



Cnrler 
00 
00 
Of) 

01 

oo 

oo 

01 

00 
00 

1)11 

01 
00 



Cases 
S 
I 

2 

11 
4 
i 
3 
4 
:i 

10 
6 





11 

M 

4 

4 

3 

6 

S 

7 

10 

12 

_6 

71 



lie 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— I958-1U5D 



PLASTER ROOMS 



July ., 

August 

September 

October .... 

November 

December ........,....! 

January 

February 

March . 

April ;.;;" 

May 

June 



Operation* 



TOTALS 



CYSTOSCOPY ROOMS 

Cases Operations 

147 July 44 

143 August 49 

176 September 40 

206 October 48 

114 November ........ 37 

143 December 42 

155 January 47 

161 February 88 

1B0 March 38 

130 April 37 

184 May 42 

137 June 3& 

1,816 TOTALS *»* 



401 
411 
43$ 

354 
394 

467 

4 4 I 

463 
414 

5.04* 



BURN DRESSING ROOM 

July 

August """ 

September ""*.., 

October ......,...! 

November ...,!"^~~~ 

December 

January '.'' 

February 

March .. 

April 

May 

June, 

TOTALS 



3 

9 
22 
23 

7 



July 

Aueust ..... 
September 
October ... 
November 
December . 
January ... 
February 
March .... 

April 

May 

June 



OBSTETRICAL DIVISION— 10th Floor 

Caesarean 
Sections Operation* 

50 20 

56 IS 

48 16 

66 26 

GI 12 

48 6 

39 6 

48 13 

28 10 

33 19 

26 IE 

36 17 



Tota,t» 

74 
64 
82 
63 
54 
45 
61 

S3 

38 



TOTALS _ S2S 



i;r, 



ANNUAL REPORT FOR OBSTETRICS 
July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



Month 



.luly 

August 

September . . 

October 

November . . , 
December . . . 
January 

February 

March ... 

April 

May 

June 

TOTAI.H 



Adult 


Deliv- 


Sections 


Stil Ibor-ns 


Fetus 


Prema- 


Newborn 


Adult 


Discharges 


eries 








tures 


Discharges 


Death 


1603 


1259 


50 


31 


10 


TO 


1109 





1859 


1417 


54 


30 


10 


54 


1324 


3 


1698 


1333 


48 


24 


6 


59 


1248 


2 


1549 


1239 


68 


24 


6 


56 


1155 


a 


1303 


1032 


50 


22 


7 


fid 


977 


2 


1328 


1052 


45 


18 


5 


50 


1003 


1 


1292 


1039 


35 


17 


10 


46 


946 





1 02.") 


794 


4!) 


13 


4 


42 


768 





1023 


776 


28 


14 


6 


48 


743 


1 


879 


664 


33 


8 


7 


22 


612 





BSS 


714 


26 


19 


13 


51 


644 





1040 


777 


36 


24 


12 


61 


669 


1 


15.593 


12.098 


522 


244 


96 


625 


11,188 


10 



US 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1958-1959 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OBSTETRICS 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

TULANE: 

White Deliveries 399 9il8% of the Tulane Deliver 

Colored Deliveries* , 3.947 90 .81% of the Tulane Deliveries 

Total Deliveries 4,346 

INDEPENDENT: 

White Deliveries 234 7.67% of the Independent Deliveries 

Colored Deliveries 2,817 S2.33';; of the Independent Deliverle* 

lota! Deliveries 3.051 

L. S. U.: 

White De-Uverteg 372 7.93% of the L S. V, Deliver!.-. 

r*i°™ V eliverlc ' a ^-339 92-06'/, of the L., S. V. Dellve: 

Total Deliveries 4701 

PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES BY RACE- 

r n w 6 „ ^'n I ^T 8 - 30r * or Totat Number of Dell . 

L-Olored Deliveries: 91.69* of Total Number of DeM, 

PERCENTAGE OF DELIVERIES BY SERVICE: 

r.ilane 35.92% of Ih. Total Number of 1 ).-!,,, 

I ^"rr" 25.21% of thn Total Number of DelU 

J u 38.85% of thf Total Number of DeHi 

SECTION RATE: 4 81 % 

Maternal Mortality .0640% 

hdllbirth Rate 2 , 026 g 



ANNUAL REPORT 

RECOVERY ROOM 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

ton 

Admissions 

■l" ly • 1075 

Au ^8t J101 

September , j j 49 

z ctobe i ..'...""".".'.'.■;.""!;.'.".".'.■; 1090 

November g41 

December " " * * *] * ' * ' sll 

1959 

£, a " ua, T 1126 

V* br »*ry • 930 

f ar ,f 964 

A , pr11 983 

fW 1083 

June 1024 

TOTALS : ^377 

NOTE: A difference of 1,010 patients over last year. 
Sincerely yours, 
/s/ SISTER PATRICIA, 
Sister Patricia. R.N. 



6 
5 

9 

s 

14 

12 

16 
5 
9 



REPOKT OF SISTERS' DIVISIONS 



119 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CONTAGIOUS UNIT 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



Diseases 


Cases 


Disch 


arged 


Desertec 


i 


Deaths 




Admitted 


White 


Col. 


White Col. 


White 


Col 


Actinomycosis 


1 




1 










Anthrax 
















Blastomycosis . . . . 


11 


5 


3 










CoccidlomycofllB . . 


1 














Cryptoccoccia 




l 












Chicken Pox 


13 


8 


4 










Diphtheria 




14 


94 


1 








Encephalitis 


27 


10 


4 










Erysipelas 




















e 


2 








1 


Hansen's Disease.. 
















Impetigo 


39 


12 


34 










Inf. Hepatitis 


40 


12 


23 


1 








Inf. Diarrhea 


... 469 


57 


365 


2 


i 




so 






:i4 
119 


4 

24 

137 


2 


2 


14 














33 






5 


12 










Pertussis 


. .. 103 


28 


62 








1 


Polio 




17 


11 










Pott's Disease 


2 


1 


1 








. . 


Strep. S.T 


3 


3 


9 










Scarlet Fever 


10 


9 













Para Typhoid 


23 


9 


19 








1 


Typhoid Fever 




4 


8 










Typhus Fever 








1 














1 








2 


TBC 


15,"> 


26 


100 


1 


1 




.". 


Suspected of 






Contagious 


















i06;i 


307 


1033 


r. 


3 


r, 


20 


TOTAL 


.. 2771 


671 


L8ES 


n 


1 


29 


93 



SISTER MARGARET MARY, 
Supervisor 



] 2° CHAIUTV HOSt'lTAJj— 1958-1959 

ANNUAL REPORT 
DEPARTMENT OF THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY 
July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

J. V. SCHLOSSER, M.D.— Associate Radioloflist 

New Cases 

Clinic Visits '.'.'..'.',....... .......... '.'. . 

ROENTGEN THERAPY 

Patient Visits , 

Treatments ...'.'. 

RADIUM THERAPY 

White Patients 

Colored Patients . . 

T ^al 

Total Number of Radium Applications 

Total Number I-18I Uptakes 

Respectfully submitted, 

M MANUEL GARCIA, M.D. 

Manuel Garcia, M.D. 

Director 

Department of Therapeutic Radiology 



DEPARTMENT OF RADIOLuHV yj\ 



ANNUAL REPORT 
DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

DR. C. M, NICE, JR., Director 
Ramon Mouton. M.D. — Assistant Radiologist 

Lamar Bain. 5I.D. — Assistant Radiologist 

Robyn Hardy, M.D. — Assistant Radiologist 

Walter McDowell, M.D. — Assistant Radiologist 

Total Number of patients examined 1 53 550 

Total number of films used 35e'o36 

Total number of fluoroscopies '...'.[ ' 7773 

Hospital Case* 

White 

Co1 ^ ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::: 

Accident Room 

— :::::::::::::::::::::::::■::::::::::::;:::::::;:::::: £S 

Clinic Cases 

White 

r,„. - . 1 Ji.63fl 

Colored 30,05:; 

Sizes of Films Used 

\t l\l lr,:is71 

- * :° ■ 62,667 

' x 1T . . i).13-l 

Parts Examined 

91 1 '" 1 86,852 

Abdomen -Pelvo , I n 437 

SinuseK ] "34s 

Mastoids ,,11 

Upper Extremities .,[[ ..... ............ 12.S53 

Lower Extremities .','..".',',...,,..,'.'.' 1s]fl28 

astro- Intestinal l. ... .'.\ ..[[[[.,,.[. ..[[..... . LM61 

1 Ir-nlto- Urinary ; :; ;m. 

Spines tigsg 

fckullu , , 0,157 

liespcctfully submitted. 

/■/ CHARLES M. NICE. .lit. 

Charles M. Nice, Jr., M.l>. 

Director 

Department of Diagnostic Radiology 

During the past year the reconstruction and remodeling; of the "th 
floor Diagnostic Radiology Department w;i» completed. Along with the 
new machines many new cassettes were put into use. On November Tut, 
Mr. Cliff Darby became head of the technical staff and head of the T 

School. With Improvements of teaching and training of technicians 
the above named equipment was then used to advantage in obtaining much 
batter roentgenograpbic studies for the patients of Charity Hospital. 

The School of X-ray Technology has been expanded into a two year 
school. In the past any student technician who spent a year at Charity 



lit 1AR1TY HOSPITAL— 1958-1969 

Hospital was given a diploma. With the revision of the school policies H 

was decided that the student would be Riven periodic examinations and 
that all students would have to pass these examinations In order to 1- 
in the school. The last graduating class on July 31, 1959. were given BW 
examinations based on the questions which are used by the American 
Registry for X-ray Technicians. AH 15 graduates had an average of ' 
or over and two students had an average over 90. This indicated a. dra- 
matic improvement in the quality of Charity Hospital graduates in 
Technology, 

On July 1. 19J8, there were twi nts in diagnostic radlologj 

added another resident on October 1st, then another on January ] . 
Five new residents came Into the department on July 1. 1959. \v, 
two applicants for January 1, I960. At present we have an author i 
of 14 radiology residents. It is my hope that we will be able to 
an authorization of 15 residents so that we can take five each year for 
the three year training period. We already hav<» six applicants for Julv I 
1960. 

Education concerning protection has been stressed in training 
dents and student technicians. The use of high kilovoltage technique- 
adequate filters, minimal exposure of patients, as well as many th>r 
protective features are emphasized in the department. In this w it 
believe that all of those who go out Into the field of radiology, h, 
physicians and technicians, will be Interested in protecting the v. 
of the general public. The true picture of hazard in diagnostic roentgc: 
has not been completely evaluated but careful consideration to the p T 
is Indicated and all possible protective measures should be carried u 
those in this field. 

The training program for residents In radlologj- has been , . 
along with the number of residents. The residents in radiology ur. 
taking more training in X-ray technique so that they have a better 
standing of the technical problems Involved in office and hospital rad 
practice. A more careful follow-up is being obtained on surgtca 
autopsy eases which are then correlated with the X-ray findings. A 
seminar and film reading conference is held from 5:30-7:00 I\.\t 
Tuesday evening from the 1st of September through the month of j un >' 
to which all the residents training in radiology in the entire surroi 
community are invited. 

Work is being consistently done on developing a large Bpeclal t 
file of proved cases which may be used In teaching or for review u 
ferences. It is planned that this file will be available to anyone in <• 
Hospital or in the two medical schools who are interested In 
proved cases to classes or conferences. 

The Hospital Board has approved the remodeling of a room ,„, 
12th floor so that new equipment may be installed for doing specln: 
cedures such as cerebral angiography, cerebral air studies, art. 
and other special procedures which might require some form of an 
This will be a great improvement in those special procedures at 
help considerably In the work-up of very difficult cases. 

Respectfully suhmitted, 

/s/ CHARLES M. NICE, JR. 

Charles M. Nice, Jr., M.D. 

Director 

Diagnostic Radiology 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 12J 



ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

The total number of testa performed in the Diagnostic Laboratories 
was 1,092,071 an Increase of 14,401. Wlille there were slight to moderate 
".?.? r r e t Sea in 8everaJ divisions. Biochemistry increased by 25,861 teats, from 
-22,545 to 348,406. 

There were 65 fewer total necropsies than the previous year; however 
"" r Percentage was 75%. The Reslrlt-nt and Intern Corps should be com- 
manded for their efforts in securing permission for Post Mortem examina- 
tions. This is a reflection of good rapport between the Doctors and the 
Tamlliea of the deceased. 

It was necessary to replace several pieces of equipment that wore 
worn beyond repair: an International centrifuge, a, microtome knife sh:>n>- 
ener, a micro -projector, and a refrigerator. 

Additional new equipment was acquired throughout the year. Willi 
the exception of two walk-in types of Incubators for the Tuberculosis 
division, the other new equipment went to Biochemistry: two Auto- 
analyzers, 1 Vapo-vent, 1 Analytrol Scanner and integrator and M 
lesser pieces of apparatus. 

There continues to be a shortage of Medical Technologists. The tre- 
mendous volume of work during this time has been performed only i-.- 
cause of the great devotion to duty and frequent personal sacrifices on tha 
part of the Technologists and other members of the Staff and Personnel. 

It is urgently requested that serious consideration be given to uir- 
condltionlng the entire Department of Pathology. The personnel in many 
laboratories work under all but intolerable conditions. It is my firm belief 
that this would increase efficiency and do much for morale. 

The Staff and I wish to express our deep appreciation for your help 
and understanding of our problems. We also appreciate the cooperation 
of all the other Individuals and departments with whom «-.■ have had 
contacts and dealings. 

With kindest personal regards. 

Sincerely. 

/s/ EMMA S. MOSS, M.D. 

Kmma S. Moas, M.D, 

Director 

Department of Pathology 

i:sM:sb 
■nc. 

CONTENTS 

1. Personnel as of June 30, 1959, 

- Report of School of Medical Technology. 

3. Consolidated report of the Diagnostic Laboratories of the Department 

of Pathology. 

4. Report of Division of Surgical Pathology. 

6. Report of Division of Pathologic Anatomy. 
I Report of the Pasteur Institute. 

7. Report of the Morgue. 

&. Detailed report of the various laboratory divisions. 



124 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1953-1959 

PERSONNEL AS OF JUNE 30, 1959 
STAFF 

Emma S. Moss, M.D., F.A.S.C.P., F.C.A.P., Director, Certified American 
Board of Pathology; Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

Monroe S. Samuels, M.D., Associate Pathologist, Certified American Board 
of Pathology: Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

Thomas D. Davis, M.D., Associate Pathologist, Certified American Board 
of Pathology: Pathologic Anatomy and Clinical Pathology 

Quincy Ray Johnson, M.D., Assistant Pathologist 

Oscar Riley, M.D.. Assistant Pathologist 

M;ui ( ,n \V. Hood, Ph.D., Microbiologist 

RESIDENT STAFF 

Dayton Moseley, M.D. 
Keith Hester, M.D. 
James Allen, M. D. 
Alfred Lewis, M.D. 
Lloyd Higgins, M.D. 
William Mitchell. MJ>. 
Donald Dore\ M.D. 

Ann Long, M.D. 

Joseph Pecot, M.D. 

James Springer. M.D. 

Robert Ward. M.D. 

Louis Stern, M.D. 

Terence Beven, M.D. 

William Erwin, M.D. 

Ashby Pelham Irwin, M.D, 

John McNeal, M.D. 

TECHNICAL STAFF 

Patricia SallaH. U.K., M.T. (ASCP), Chief Medical Technologist 

Eola Strauch, M.T. (ASCP) 

Marie Louise Graugnard. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Ann Mershon, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Hilda Adele Spence, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Marilyn Miller, B.S,. M.T. (ASCP) 

Bettie Catch ings, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mildred Howies, B.S., M.T. (ASCI'i 

Marion Cardinal©, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Aitlecn Janney, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mary Frazier, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Camilla Scatterty, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Carolyn Alford, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Mary Frances Perkins, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Elizabeth O'Shea, B.S., .M.T. (ASCP) 
•Sister Mary de Montfort, B.S. 

Lynette Fried, B.S.. M.T. (ASCP) 

Kathryn Isbell, B.S., M.T. (ASCP I 
•Jacquelyn Wil30H, B.S. 
•Yvette Nell, B.S. 

Yvonne Nell, B.8., M.T. (ASCP) 

Jo Ann Durand, B.S., M.T. (ASCP] 

Laura flraham, M.T. (ASCP) 

Adelle Williams, B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Jane Scarborough, U.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Martha Bullard. B.S., M.T. (ASCP) 

Maxlne Marionneaux, B.S,, M.T. (ASCP) 



•Has taken Registry Examination July 1959 



UEPAKTMENT OP PATHOLOGY 



1 26 



'Mary Harris, B.S. 
•Celeste Webb, U.S. 

Jo Etta Pewitt, B.S., M.T. (ASCPJ 

James Graham. B.S. 

Naomi Lewis Landry, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 

Kaymond Albert, Laboratory Technical Assistant II 

< :ir..l Miekenheim, Laboratory Technical Assistant I 

SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Student* admitted 

Students completing training ,' .'.'*"*!] .".W" ! ,„ 

Mudent* la training ..'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.V. ]3 

DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORIES 
lr ,,, v . 1957-1958 1958-1959 

""t-l^tir-fi Clinic Laboratories 

V l ." te 59.548 60,056 

... .tl™i' . 190,686 17S.369 

'' htm * at j- y ■ 212,646 248.406 

stoparholog-y Mm 6 2g 

/™ oo e»- ■ 27.370 2M87 

ierlology 

':" u,m ! •■■ 247,153 260,100 

'"•"''SK™ 44,016 55,156 

i UberculOBla & Mycology , eg ,121 64 887 

, " ,, '«' 24,818 25,763 

Bam] Metabolic Labs ! S 34 j g n 

nancy Tests ......','.'.'."'.'.'.',".'.',, 1135 1*819 

-fioncy Laboratory '.'.'.','.'.'.'. JM16 31.':: 

"'■'tl !>iuCTo.stic Clinic 39 1 .. 7(i 

v i, " i "K.v , ;;;;;-■ 6 ,iso n.ii i ■> 

GRAND TOT.ll 1,077,667 1,092,071 

SURGICAL PATHOLOGY 

1957-1958 1958-1959 
BUrtfcaJ specimens received ami sectioned 18.612 1 S.335 

Tulane Unit 6,969 — 3S.0^ 

L.B.U. i'nit 6,699 — :!!; 

Independent Unit 4,767 21 

Consultations — frozen sections 7:tL> 

PATHOLOGIC ANATOMY 

Total Number of Deatba 2 871 

tier Cases Unavailable for Autopsy. ~. ...... ...\ ...... ...].[ "457 

•State Anatomical Board 20 

M Available for Autopsy ....'.. ."!!!!! 2 391 

i I 1f* p "" Hl • ■ 1,801-76.2% 

MlllbornH 265 

Btmborna Autopsled '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..]'.'.'.['..'.'. 238—89.6% 

1 wad un Arrival — Autupsied 43 

Total Number of Autopsies ...'.........'. 2,133 

1 Number of Coroner Cases 1 280 

ner Cases Autopsled by Hospital '817—63.0^ 

•Has taken Registry Examination July 1959 



128 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1968-1969 

PASTEUR INSTITUTE 

Total patients admitted to Pasteur Clinic 

Pasteur treatment administered 

Patients under observation 

MORGUE 

Tiips to wards by Autopsy Assistants to 

convey deceased bodies to Morgue ". 

Burials prepared: 

Bodies (mostly stillborns) 

Organs 

l'*e of Morgue Amphitheatre 

Sessions Hour* 

Clinical Pathological Conferences. ! B7 

Tulane classes 27* 

L.S.U. classes "3 

Independent Pathology (teaching) 806 

REPORT FROM BIOCHEMISTRY LABORATORY 

Blood: 

Sugar 

Urea -i 

Uric Acid 

Creatinine 

Chloride • I ' 

COi I 

Cholesterol 

Bilirubin 1 

Calcium 

Phosphorus 

B.S.P , 

Albumin 

Globulin | 

Total Protein ! 

Acid Phosphatase 

Alkaline Phosphatase 

Cephaltn Flocculation 

Thymol Turbidity 

Amylase 

Lipase 

Vitamin C 

Bromide , 

Congo Red 

Salicylate 

Suifathiaztile 

N.P.N 

Fibrinogen 

Creatine 

Sodiums 

Potassiums • • 

Transaminases 

Miscellaneous 

Urine: 

Urea 

Sugar ; 

Chloride 

Urobilinogen 

Bile 



DEPAKT.MENT OF PATHOLCKi V 127 

Beitce Jones 6C 

Creatine , 114 

Uric Acid , 28 

Creatinine , .. .. ...... '. 373 

CaJcium 133 

I Totetn ... .1 ..]...."...... ..[['.'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.['. 623 

Porphyrin 23S 

Sodiums '....'. 72 

Potassiums 85 

Stilkowits 22 

227 

Spinal Fluid: 

Sugar ]945 

1 liloride ^683 

Total Protein s 

Stool: 

Bile 79 

I'robilinogen 90 

Trypsin 98 

I'al 12 

Stone Analysis: 

' hU] 

Kidney 52 

Milk -24 

M Iseellaneouw 6 

TOTAI 248,400 



REPORT FROM 
GENERAL DIAGNOSTIC BACTERIOLOGY LABORATORY 

Cultural; 

I :iuod , 9.388 

Pws 8,010 

spinal Fluid 1,107 

By« 2.024 

-Nose oncl Throat 2,976 

1 line 16,247 

8, 

Kpulunis 1,941 

M Icroaerophlllc 20,633 

'<n:ierobjc Cultures NT 

Auliipny Cultures 266 

Miscellaneous , 3,636 

Identification Teats: 

A /.ide , 1,698 

iKulase , 6,188 

Oxidase 6.171 

Khrlich'M TeBt 

Hilc Solubility J.G47 

Stain*: 

Oram 37,076 

Albert's || 

•"erologlcnl Teats go 

< 'i nanisms Isolated 35,948 

Sensitivities 92*060 

™TA 1 260.100 



128 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 193S-1959 

REPORT FROM BACTERIOLOGY— CONTAGIOUS UNIT 

Cultures: 

Blood 

Pub 

Spinal Fluid 

Nose and Throat 

Urine 

Stools 

Sputum 

Mlcroaerophilic 

Sensitivity Tests ■ 

Serological Typings 

Identification Tests: 

Azide 

Coagulase 

Oxidase 

Ehrlich's Tests 

Bile Solubility 

Stainii: 

Cram 

Albert's 

Organisms Isolated 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL 

REPORT FROM BACTERIOLOGY— TUBERCULOSIS UNIT 

Si 1 1 oa ra 

Concentrations 

Cultures 2S.IS* 

Neutral Red Tests 

Sensitivities 

M iKcelianeous 



TOTAL 



REPORT FROM BACTERIOLOGY— MYCOLOGY UNIT 

Specimens Received , 2. 14 2 

Tests Performed: 

Wet Preparations 

Cultures 

M lacellaneous 

TOTAL 

ORAND TOTAL 

REPORT FROM VIRUS LABORATORY 

Specimens Received 1 *■> 

Tests performed on Throat Swabs. Garglings and 
Aspirated Fluid: 

Egg Inoculations 

Neutralization Tests , 

Tissue Cultures 

Specimens Received **3 

Tests performed on Stool Specimens: 

Egg Inoculations 

Neutralisation Tests 

Tissue Cultures 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 129 



Specimens Received 3 gg 

Te«U performed on Blood Specimens: 

Mouse Inoculation 

Egg Inoculation , a 

Tiagua Culture* ►.!".."!.'.'!."".."."■."*."."."."." 12 

Complement Fixation Tests 284 

Neutralization Tests .......!"! n 

S pec I mens Received m 

Teata performed on Spinal Fluid Specimens:"' 

Mouse Inoculations 66 

Egg Inoculations ., 

Tissue Cultures '..'.'..'.'.'. ' iri 

Neutralization Tests 1.'. .'.'.['. .... »« 

flmens Received ,.»........."] 10* 

Tests performed on Brain and other Tissues: 

Mouse Inoculation , ». 

EBB Inoculation '_[[ lg . 

Tissue Cultures i 00 2 

Neutralization Tests '..'.....'..... ' 9g 

Hemagglutinations and Hemagglutination Inhibition Tests! '.'. ts 

Miscellaneous r , 

Total Specimens Received ,, l.mo 

TOTAL " .,„,., 

REPORT FROM HEMATOLOGY LABORATORY 

Hemoglobin j 30 , 

I Blood f'fll Count .."* 'g 73 

White Blood Cell Count 1 355 

I 'If C-rentlal Cell Count '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Hematocrit , __ j'juj 

iimentation Rate ............'. ....... .......'.'..'.'.. '.'. 908 

Wot Preparations ..['.'. '.". '.'.'.'.'.".[ II','. ','.]'.'.]['.'.'.'. ', 854 

M' an Corpuscular Volume ........'.....................'..'.. 854 

Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin ....................'..'. s.vt 

n Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration (1G4 

Hotlculocyte Count S76 

le< 1 \niiit .'.'.".'.... Die 

I'nithromhin "!!!!!!!""!!! 7.10O 

Prothrombin Consumption 69 

Fragility .,...*..»! :'■: 

filiation and bleeding time "*!".!'!!!!! 173 

<'i"t Retraction , 33 

•rophlle Antibody Reaction ....\\ ...'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ..'..'.[','.'..".'.'.'.'.'.".'.'. 1,484 

Oil Absorption , g 

nta Pig- A bsorption .......[ ,. n; 

H"nr Marrow ggg 

Bone Marrow Smears Ml ; ■ 

Bona Marrow Sections 213 

Cold Agglutinations ....','.'. 188 

inophil Count ...'.'. 4'i 

OtlM Test '.','.'.'.'."..... }Q3 

1 . K. Preparations |7g 

Itumpel l.eedo eg 

C.Reaotive Proteins zno 

■pb'iresis: 

I Totaln , 2G2 

Hemoglobin «'','> 

• llaneous ,,., ".7 

TOTAI "li^Ts 



130 I ■11AUITV HOSPITAL— 1S6S-HH 

REPORT FROM PARASITOLOGY LABORATORY 

Smi'iirs f»-r TrophOJBoltMl 

Flotations tor ova and cysts I 

Cultures for Trophozoites 

Proctoscopic examinations 

Anal swabs 

M :Lkiria 

Thick drop for malaria 

Iron Hematoxylin stains 

Occult Blood 

Fat Stains 

Papanicolaou Stains 

Miscellaneous 

TOTAL 

REPORT FROM SEROLOGY LABORATORY 

Blood Kolmeri; 

pi >.-.iti\(? , 3,831 

1,174 

anti-complementary 138 

unsatisfactory 188 

Total 5,898 

Quantitative Kolmors: 
IpJood: 

positive ITS 

negative 189 

Total 

Quantitative VDRLa 
blood : 

positive -',183 

negative 2.602 

Total 4.1 

Blood VDRL: 

positive 4,809 

negative , 41 .398 

unsatisfactory 86 

Total 46.2M 

Spinal Fluid Kolmera: 

positive 182 

negative 1.877 

unsatisfactory 76 

Total 2.14Q 

Spinal Fluid VDRLs: 

positive 42 

negative 1 .373 

unsatisfactory 731 

Total -•. 

Colloidal Gold Tests 1.897 

Spinal Fluid Cell Counts 331 

Spinal Fluid Globulin , 225 

Miscellaneous 57 

Total 

TOTAL, 

ASO Titers , ' S66 

Latex Tests 375 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY i S] 



Agglutinations; 

Typhoid "O" ,.,, 

Typhoid "H" ' " ' ' \W 

Paratyphoid ' 3 1 ™ 

* »*»*•■ :::::::::: «? 

Proteus OXI9 t-Zli 

Tularenses "" *•"* 

Total !„"."!!!.""! -^ 

I mm u no ■ Hematology 

ABO Typings 9 „_ 

Kh (D) Typings " ?Z 

Genotype Studies 

Antibody Studies ,u q 

Antibody Titrations '...'...'.'.".'.'.'.'.'." 50 

Transfusion Reactions 1 ■>■, 

coombs \\ ' ™ 

Total 



9,843 



1.488 



GRAND TOTAL 



7ti,909 



REPORT FROM COLORED OUT-PATIENT 
CLINIC LABORATORY 

Urine examinations -, H _. 

Blood pictures: " " 

hemoglobin ,..,, 

white cell count "-"J 

red cell count 1 "-,:f 

differential count ,,£!, 

sedimentation rate "„' 

reticulocyte count '''" 

platelet count ??! 

sickle cells ..'.."."; , «? 

hematocrit il'lV* 

clot retraction '////_[ 14 ' B " 

Coagulation time , * 

Bleeding time }■"* 

Sputum examinations "" ,\„. 

Gastric contents examinations ...'..'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'. 

Bacteriological smear examinations 

Eye cultures made ....',' 

I'henolsulphonphthalein determinations 

Glucose Tolerance collected 

Fishbergs 

Urea Clearance ,,[', ............. [ 

Urine Acetones 

Urine Bile \] ] j *| \ * * *** ' **[ ] ] 

Miscellaneous 

I mens Collected ■'..'.....'..'..... 

TOTAL 

178,369 




REPORT FROM WHITE OUT-PATIENT 
CLINIC LABORATORY 

Urine IvMimlnations 

Blood pictures: ! " > M * 

hemoglobin , 

red cell count V 6 ' fi27 

white cell count ' ' ' , 4 °S 

differential count "* 6>443 

sedimentation rates 6,950 

822 



• II AI11TV HOSPITAL 1H8.11E9 



10! 

»* 

IS 

«.«£« 

Hi 



l.trln 

iunt 

!.t 

i «lla . . 

hematocrit 





Hn» Hmt« 

n " ;■;. 1.4*J 

Inntlons 

Ttittflna 

_ 





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I'rli ,..,,., 










Hi 
S3 



REPORT FROM HISTOPATHOLOGY LABORATORY 



Ins.... 



TOTAL 

REPORT FROM EMERGENCY LABORATORY 




Spinal Fluid: 

i-ulliiria 
•uxor* 

Blood ohimnlry: 

• UK. 1 1 I 

■ I 



Stood count*: 
Cultun 



7« 



7U 

a 
s 
i 

m 
I 



TOTAL 

REPORT FROM VENEREAL DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY 



Imrkfi-M Mamlnatt 



DEPARTMENT OF PATHOLOGY 133 

Fret skin tests , 9i 

Ducrey skin tests ...'!! ID 

Fungus cultures , 9 

Miscellaneous a* 

TOTAL ~2^ 

REPORT FROM BASAL METABOLIC LABORATORY 

TOTAL FOR TEAR UUi 

REPORT FOR PREGNANCY TESTS 

TOTAL FOR TEAR , 219 



134 



I 11AKITY HOSPITAL— I!.!,!*- L968 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 

MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



PATIENTS— WHITE 



July 

Aueust 
September 
October 
November 
[I*- 1' ember 



Patlwiti 



SG 
64 
S3 

46 
29 

•jo 



Ward Cllni, 



Ml 

630 
721 
904 
499 
Sll 



432 
446 
383 
474 
444 
439 



Total 

831 

1,076 

1,109 

1,378 

948 

960 



PATIENTS — COLORED 



New 
Patients Ward 



63 
68 
60 
63 
61 
47 



380 
4;u 
468 
361 
407 
364 



Clinic Total 



"2 
726 
671 
841 
387 

■u 



l.in 

Li »♦ 

i.sc: 

•»< 

• 94 



January a? 

r'rbruerjr 44 

Marrb ~ ~" 57 

April 42 

*»* 66 

J«»« 40 

TOTALS B0J 



648 
472 
648 
606 
611 
784 
TlsOti 



463 
447 
494 
610 
632 
66 8 
S.822 



1,607 
919 
1,137 
1,116 
1.243 
1,322 
13,030 




Total White 13 080 

Total Colored 14|248 

Grand Total 27.276 



Total Treatments 
Tuial Patients' Visits 
Tula I New PatletlU 
Total No. Work lot Dayi 
lislly Ay*. Treatments ... 
I'ally Ave. Patients 



1967-1 966 

... 49.061 

28,996 

1,433 

249 

186 

118 



vtan 

1.183 

247 

1M 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 
MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



Jul y 97 

August us 

September ijj 

October . ^ „.. no 

November „ M 129 

December ,...„. 167 



19S9 

January 177 

February .....^ 122 

March 160 

April 2 E4 

May 29* 

June 216 



Total 



1,866 



'Includes Ionization 
Faradlc 
Galvanic 
Sinusoidal 



D!a. 

340 
296 
200 
266 
276 
282 



213 

tu 

319 
321 



3,293 



Whirl 
Pool 
457 
636 
i22 
670 
467 
466 



582 
62 S 
716 
70S 
GM 

58a 



6.637 



Mbjm. 

12; 

133 

91 
127 
100 

91 



119 
111 

106 

97 

128 

186 

1,422 



Ther, 
Ex. 

2.923 
2,390 
2.267 
3.102 
2,036 
1,986 



2,11 '.Ml 

1.985 
2,304 
2.149 
2.367 
2.588 

27,436 



U.V. 

60 
76 
71 
74 
26 
67 



72 
83 
88 
70 
117 
60 

858 



Low( ■) 
Freq. 
Curr. 

76 
99 
73 
86 
60 
109 



71 

67 

86 

128 

167 

114 



1.136 



R.D. 

6 
1 


1 




2 

1) 
_3 

24 



Hub. 
Bath 
154 
234 
137 
78 
E7 
181 



166 
126 
186 
203 
210 
291 

2,036 



M,F. 

IS 
12 
1G 

4 

5 

4 



2 

8 

11 

4 

5 
J 

87 



Par. 

Bath 
77 
63 
46 
76 
74 
60 



100 
49 

73 
107 
163 



936 



Total 

3.334 
3.963 
3.445 
4,622 
3,219 
3,352 



3.507 
3.341 
3,983 
4,369 
4,314 

4.4 m: 

45,861 



PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPARTMENT 
MONTHLY TREATMENT RECORD 



1958 T.B, 

July 89 

Abb 60 

September 66 

October 110 

November .- . 86 

December 61 

1959 

January - 36 

l'el>ruary 44 

March 04 

April 126 

May 68 

June .. . 86 

Total 854 



July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



WHITE 



COLORED 



Ward 


Clinic 


Pdio 


Tout 


T.B. 


W„rd 


rt,i,ir 


Polio 


Tola! 


382 
75« 
7:17 
S20 
473 
HI 


T44 


226 


1,390 


89 


381 


1.332 




1.944 


153 
62 1 
881 

752 
740 


282 

208 
867 
227 
266 


1,821 
1,621 

2.108 
1,638 
1.626 


42 
87 

106 

ss 
77 


818 
494 
638 

411 

383 


1,881 

1.180 
1.478 
1,090 
1.192 


192 

123 

192 

88 


2.140 
1.P24 
2.414 
1,681 
1.727 




746 


246 


L.SSB 


103 


694 


1.069 




1.819 


fi a 


804 


219 


1,670 


66 


tea 


886 


52 


1,671 


830 


(St 


III 


2,088 


67 


852 


973 


89 


1,951 


476 


1.176 


219 


1.995 


27 


1,051 


1,232 


94 


2,404 


672 


1.2 16 


291 


2,247 


16 


697 


1,297 


86 


2,094 


799 


1,070 


8U 


2,387 


IB 


775 


1,251 


101 


2,145 



J.768 



10,375 



8,077 



22.072 



695 



7.562 



14.267 



1,300 



23,814 



Grand 
Total 
3.364 
1.9(1 
3.445 
4.522 
S.219 
3.352 



a, 507 
3.341 
8,881 
1,884 

4,341 
4.482 

(MM 



- 
Z 
■I. 

- 

-. 



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH 137 



ANNUAL REPORT 

HEART STATION 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

e . ,f he accompanying report shows! the work performed in the Heart 
htatlon from July 1, 1958 through June 30, 1959. The figures refer to the 
number of electrocardiograms taken in each month, and to the number of 
arterial oxygen saturation studies, cardiac catheterizations, angiocardio- 
grams, and cardiac fluoroscopic examinations. 

Many sound tracings of the heart were made during the current year 
out the breakdown for months is not available although the data were 
placed in the patient's records. 

ih DU K i ^f the year cardiuc clinl «i were conducted every afternoon, Monday 
through Friday, In order to maintain a closer cheek on patients with heart 
disease. There was also a pediatric clinic which is conducted every Friday 



1. 



Electrocardiograms 



January 3,485 



August , 9B1 February 2,386 

September , 3p2S o March 3 227 

° ct,,ber _ 3,404 April 3,459 

November 2i76 5 May 3 348 

December 2 ,175 June 2.S72 

Total 37,783 

II. Arterial oxygen saturation studies 288 

III. Cardiac catheterizations 192 

IV. Angiocardiograms .!!.!..!!.■!!!!!!!!! 96 

V. Cardiac fluoroscopic examinations ,,..'.... 1,200 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ LOUIS LEVY II, M.D. 
Louis Levy II. M.D. 

LL2/brk 



<'IIAR[TY HOSPITA[^-]958-19S9 



ANNUAL REPORT 

BRAIN WAVE STATION 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

The following Is the annu:tl report of the Department of Elect i 
Uography for the year 1969. 

Jul? 1958 88 January 1959 

August 1908 119 February 1969 11> 

September J95S 90 March 1959 

tier 1958 137 April 1959 

November 1958 g| May 1959 

December 1B58 75 June 1959 

TOTAL EEG RECORDINGS 

i l/l'AL HEART RECORDINGS 

Due to the shortage of Instruments and personnel the labor»te>i 
unable 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 
as one month In advance. It Is hoped that adequate Instruments, technli 
and housing facilities might be provided in the near future so th:r 
department will be able to take care of ward and clinic requests Irr. 
live of number. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/s/ H. THAEP POSEY, M.D. 
H. Tharp Posey, M.D. 
Director 

Brain Wave Station 
JlTlVmn 



DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY US 



ANNUAL REPORT 

DEPARTMENT OF ANESTHESIOLOGY 

AND BLOOD BANK 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

The Anesthesia Department administered or oversaw am-st.h 
surgical and obstetrical procedures. 

Forty-three student nurses were graduated from the School of Anes- 
thesia and seven residents completed their training. 

Dr. Margaret Kerr, first assistant resigned. She has been replaced by 
Dr. Carl Pope who was a full-time follow in the department subsidised 
by the Louisiana Heart Association. Dr. Pope's position was taken by Pi- 
Frank Bummers. Dr. William Trottl resigned January 1st to take a position 
nt the Lob Angeles County Hospital as a teaching staff member. Dr. 
a Johnson joined the staff as an assistant. The Hoard <>f Administra- 
tors approved a third full-time position effective July 1st A suitable 
I fill this position Is being sought. 

The supervisory staff of the Anesthesia School has been atable 
throughout the year, there having been no turnover In personnel. All 
employed members of the department who were eligible r raise 

lie time during the year. 

The employed personnel resent the spread of their forty hours >>v. , 
six day work period. They feel they are entitled to the same prlvilej. 
other employees of the hospital and other state hospitals. This Ih unlir 
since other departments In the hospital not providing emergency 
•■• are closed Saturday and Sunday. It Is strongly urged that operating 
activities be confined to emergency procedures only on Saturd 
up with the times. 

The Department acquired several new plee ulpment .Among 

these was a combination cardioscope and electroencephalogram, a Monogban 

■■<• pressure breather, several electrical thermometers for bypothi 
and various smaller Items. Through the generosity of the Louisiana ' 
Association an Electronics in Medicine Unit was obtained for axtracor] 
heart surgery which permits simultaneous monitoring with tin- sleotroosxdio- 
graph, the electroencephalograph and arterial and venous pressures with 
transducers. This apparatus is assigned to Room B for the exclusive use 
"f the cardiovascular surgeons. 

The equipment in the Anesthesia Department is in excellent condition. 
serviced continuously by Mr. <;. Morgavl, a full time mechanician. 
Six outdated McKesson Nargraff anesthetic gas machines 
*lx modern up-to-date units. Three of these are of Forcggcr type, two i 
Heidbrlnk and one Chicago Safety. The older model filters on all the 
gar equipment were replaced with the latest design. 

Ttos <;.'t* Therapy Department was assigned an additional technician 
permit a reduction in the working week from 48 to 40 hours and from I 
days to S. Two dozen worn out oxygen therapy regulators were turned 
d replaced by new ones. 

Fourteen scientific papers and one textbook were published. Meml 
..f the staff participated In programs at various national and local meetings. 

The Blood Hank had the usual activity. Blood was Collected from 

23.000 donors. 20.S1D units were released for transfusions. The use of the 

corporeal apparatus in the operating room has imposed additional 



14 ° CHARITY HOSPITAL- 11*58-1959 



duties on the Donor Station, since this blood required for the pump most 
be drawn fresh in the early hours of the morning. 

It has been Impossible to fill the vacancies on the technician staff 
of the Blood Bank for registered technologists. This is due to shortage 
and the fact that the laboratory operates full force six days a week, r 
siderable difficulty was being experienced in employing high en: 
medical students as externa to match blood during the night and w, . ;. 
shifts. This difficulty stemmed from the fact that the externa in the Bl 
Bank were receiving the poorest enumeration of all the extern* in 
hospital. This difficulty, however, has been overcome since the in- 
mentation of the enumeration of room, board and laundry with ;i 
monthly stipend. 

The lack of an intensive therapy unit in the hospital imposes , v -. 
bearable strain upon the Recovery Room. Patients undergoing cardiac 
surgery not only crowd the unit but also impose demands upon the nursing 
staff which results in Inadequate care and, at times, neglect of ol 
surgical patients. The Recovery Room is at times used for an In ten: 
therapy room for which It is wholly inadequate. This situation n* 
prompt correction. 

Sincerely yours. 

/«/ ADRIAX1 

John Adrian I, M.D., Director 

Department of Anesthesia 

.1 .\ : 1 1 1 (; 



T.UXG STATION 1*1 



ANNUAL REPORT 

LUNG STATION 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

I'lstrlbutiun or services rendered by the Lung Station during the fiscal 
year 1958-59 was essentially the same as for the previous year. Some 
services hart to ho curtailed rather sharply during four months of the 
year when we were without a second technician. 

Routine ventilatory studies were performed on 397 occasions, and 
latlon of emphysema on 47<(. 

Inspiratory Btudies were performed on 87 occasions of which 21 in- 
■ <l complete analysis of arterial gas tensions before and after exercise. 

Evaluation of breathing mechanics and distribution of ventilatory 
function were studied in 187 individuals, only one of which required hron- 
ehosplromctry. 

Special diagnostic studies are available in the Lung Station for se- 
lected patients. These involved drill biopsy of 34 patients, diagnostic 
'•ronchial lavage on 6, and thoracentesis for 5. 

It has become necessary to further limit our out-patient Inhalational 
therapy. This Is relatively time and space consuming, and is almost Im- 
possible to carry out when only one technician is available. This was 
done on 957 occasions, which represents a significant reduction from the 
previous year. This does not reflect a decrease In demand for such services, 
but only our inability to meet the demand. It continues to be obvious 
thai an active department of inhalational therapy is needed 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ JOHN H. SEABURY 






John H. Seabury, M.D. 
Director, Lung Station 
charity Hospital of Louisiana at H«w Orleans 



142 CHARITY HOyl'IT.AL— ia5K-1959 

ANNUAL REPORT 

ALCOHOLIC REHABILITATION UNIT 

July 1, 1958-^June 30, 1959 

The unit consists of a ten-bed white male ward on v\ ard v. 
and an out-patient clinic held at 9:00 a. m. Tuesday morning 
White Medicine Clinic. 

During the fiscal year, our record of admission on ttao 

In a special Journal, reveals ih.it there have been 201 admissions | 
In-patient unit. 70 of these represent re-admissions to tho unit ar 
represent new cases not previously admitted to the ward. 1 
and aims of therapy were the same as stated in previous annua] j- 

We have continued to conduct clinical evaluation of new 
the treatment of alcoholism. Patients on the ward have been utili 
the Tulane Medical School to teach them some of their medical st 
the psychiatric factors in chronic alcoholism. Some of the patients h»v< 
been utilized by the Louisiana State University Medical Scl 
gists to study electro-encephalographlc patterns in chron 
Physicians on the unit have been cooperating with other alcoholic Hi 
in the city of New Orleans, and other communities in the 
tatlng admissions of worthy patients to the ward. 

During the fiscal year there have been 114 visits to th*- out 
clinic, IDS white and six colored. The aims ami purposes of th. 
are aa described in previous reports. 

Sincerely youi-B, 

i&l JOHN BARRY BOBEAR 

John Barry Boboar, M.D. 
Assistant Professor of Medicine 
Director, Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center 
JBB:svp 



KLKPTRON MICROSCOPE UEOHATOliV 1*3 



ANNUAL REPORT 

ELECTRON MICROSCOPE LABORATORY 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

This report covers the period since the annual progress report of 

or J. C. deer, dated SO June 1958, which covered an interval when I 

waa abroad on sabbatical leave. Shortly after my return to this country 

rsonally submitted (8 September IMS), through oitr Dean's office at 

• our request, a Research Report covering; the activities of the Electron 

Microscope Laboratory. As far as activities and aims are concerned there 

has been little change in the laboratory since this most recent report, but 

-ief resume is submitted below. 

The electron microscope itself continues to he expertly serviced by 
Max B- Clevenger. who has done this on a part-time basis since the Fall 
••f 19S6. Mr. Robert E. Druce, employed by the three medically active elec- 
tron microscope laboratories in this neighborhood ttwo at LSU Med. and 
l Tulune Med.), frequently assists Mr. Clevenger on electronic and 

r gcnerul maintenance problems without cost to the hospital. 

A number of research projects have utilized the Electron Microscope 
rater? during the past year. These have involved various levels of 
sional and technical personnel, including post-graduate professional 
Investigators, graduate students, fellowship students, and technician: 

; time the laboratory is under Intensive use by a group or seven 
■ luals beinp trained in the techniques of biological electron microscopy 
■ ■ r Low's laboratory in the Department of Anatomy In LSD 
School of Medicine, 

Two major factors (1) aging equipment and (2) growing interest In 
clinical applications Of electron microscopy, make It imperative to plan 
•ihcad for the changes that are inevitable within the next few years. Since 
theae are anticipated to be quite extensive as to equipment, location, and 
il reorganlzalon the recommendations regarding them will bo subnilUe.I 
i. the form of n letter for your separate consideration. 

In closing, permit me to express my deep appreciation for the con- 
. .,].. i.iiiv spirit of the hospital authorities whose help has been 
invaluable to the resenrrh-minded scientist- interested in electron micro- 
In this area. 

truly yours, 

/s/ FRANK N. LOW 

Prank N. Low 
Professor of Anatomy 



!** CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1958-1953 



ANNUAL REPORT 
COLLABORATIVE CHILD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

Uuring this fiscal year, considerable progress was made in the da 
ment of staff and facilities for the Collaborative Program responaib. 
At the beginning of this fiscal year, many key positions on the profes- 
staff were filled, including three part-time obstetricians, four psychni, 
three pediatricians, and a part-time neurologist. Pretesting of th.- 
able forms and methodologies of the Collaborative Program was begun and 
ft staff of trained sociologists and interviewers was cmpli>3 r ed to alio, 
complete processing of patients according to the protocol. The training ano 
orientation of staff and testing of the materials and methods was com; 
In various on -going clinics and departments of Charity Hospital throui- 
very kind cooperation of the responsible section heads tn the out -patient 
department, obstetrical department and nursery divisions of Charity H. 
Until May of 1959. moat of our full time and part -time staff was hi 
m temporary borrowed quarters in the Premature Infant Center oi 
ninth floor of Charity Hospital. By May of 1959 we began moving in- 
custom remodeled facility for our staff on the sixth floor of Charity H. 
and began development of our definitive program. Utilization of th 
obstetrical clinks by our staff had provided us with a most welcom. 
Ctllty until our sixth floor unit became available. Increases in out 
occurred tn June, 1959, notably in obstetrics and wc soon expect to n. 
our full caseload, approximating 10% of the available sample of obst. 
patients; Negro and residents of Orleans Parish. 

Our tabulations of perinatal experiences at Charity Hospital for lhi» 
fiscal year Include several noteworthy points. The total number . 
liveries fell from 13,315 to 12.321; the major reduction bofng of , 
among the Negro population, amounting to approximately 900 f.-w . 
liveries. For the white population served there was aproxlmately [86 
deliveries this year. The overall perinatal mortality rate rose from : 
6.6% during this fiscal year. While the incidence of prematurity r 
I percentage point for both white and colored to a level of 14.5- 
the Negro patients and 9.4% among the white patient* during this 
fear. T;ih le u ,;,i this reporl Illustrates an approximation <>r the total >■' 
Kletrlc and nursery caseload In terms of patient days of care pro\ ; 
terms of the two specific weight groups of babies cared for in th.- 
floor nursery; namely the term babies, 5 pounds 9 ounces and ov*r, ami 
the large group of premature infants from 4 pounds 11 ounces thr. 
pounds 8 ounces. 

Respectfully submitted, 

'a/ WILLJAM T. NEWSOM, M.D. 

William T. Newsom, M.D, 

Project Director 

Collaborative Child Development Program 



PERINATAL REPORT, CCDP 



TABLE I 

COMPLETE 1958-1959 PERINATAL REPORT, CCDP, 

FOR CHARITY HOSPITAL 



145 



or 



W.. 



Negro 

While 
unknown 



Negro 
Whits 
unknown 



Negro 
White 
unknown 



Negro 
White 

unknown 



Negro 
White 

unknown 



Negro 
White 

unknown 



Negro 
White 
unknown 



Negro 

White 
unknown 



TOTAL LIVE DELIVERIES 



Died 
Del. 
Room 



Died 

Htf. Suniicd 



Total 



Mnrl Fetui 

fill* Still- lo 
L. 6. hitllii P. a. 



Ton I 



IE 
2 




1,060 
T2 

s 



— 1 



89 
4 



91 
1 



6.3 

20.0 



4 — 

— 



98 

s 



— 41 

— s 



801 
14 



342 
19 



12.0 21 — 

J6.il — — 



868 
19 



1 SI 

— 4 



84 

4 



in 



44.T 13 

50.7 — 



!6fi 
8 



68 
8 



78 
.1 



89.' 
100 



so 
1 



M 

4 



29 
1 



29 
1 



100 
100 



— 88 

— 4 

— 83 



17 — 

2 — 



17 
2 



100 
100 



1S1 — 
19 — 

1 — 



Grand Tout 

Negro 

While 

unknown 



22 

20 

2 



307 11,636 

2S7 10.610 

20 1,003 

— 22 



11,964 

10,917 

1,026 

22 



2.76 
2.82 
2.24 



262 96 

287 88 

24 4 

1 33 



12,321 

11,212 

1,033 

66 



Totil 

Mert. 

Rltt % 



_ 


62 


9.068 


9.130 


0.67 


21 





9.131 


0.90 


— 


4 


909 


SIS 


0.44 


1 


— 


916 


0.76 







19 


19 


0.0 





— 


19 


0.0 



1.076 


1.4 


7 





1.082 


2.0 


74 


2.7 


1 


— 


76 


4.0 


3 


0.0 





— 


S 


0.0 



9.1 
20.0 



IT.i 
20.8 



49.1 
60.0 



'.H x 
100 



87 100 

S 100 

S3 100 



166 100 

21 100 

1 100 



8,61 

G.31 
4.16 
60.7 



1*6 CHARITY HOSPITAL/— 1858-1859 

TABLE II 
DURATION OF HOSPITAL STAY OF 10TH FLOOR 
NURSERY BABIES, 1958-1959 



White 

ToUl SuryiYln* Infant. With Known 

Hoipiu] SUy T99 

AeeomuUted Hospital Days 8,289 

Average HonpiUl Daya p er Sur- 

viTln» Infant 4,064 3,887 5,034 t.tSt 



ovar 


4# 11 ox. 


thru 


&#••*- 


Nafro 


White 




NafTO 


8.080 


BS 




MT 


SI.002 


292 




S.»5« 



PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 147 

ANNUAL REPORT 

PREMATURE INFANT CARE CENTER 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

All facets of the Premature Infant Care Program continue to function 
according to established policies and plans without Interruption during thin 
flecal year. Specific details of our service activities are reflected in the 
accompanying tables. 

Educational activities in the Premature Infant Care Program have 
continued as In previous years. The medical staff of our two medical 
schools continues to offer training and experience for medical students, 
interna and residents In this hospital In all aspects of premature infant 
care. The post-graduate nursing course in the care of premature Infants 
was offered this year when a sufficient number of qualified nurses had 
made their Interests known. This fiscal year constitutes th.- 

f our supplementary support from the Childrens" Bureau of DHEW 

through the I^ouisiana State Health Department for support of our edu- 

eational programs. The premature Infant facilities .>f Charity llo^.itn] 

have shown considerable growth and development during the past two 

during which time such support has been available, and we are all 

' grateful for their Interest in our program. 

Medical student projects on problems related to the premature infant 
which were completed this year Included a study of finding temperature 
patterns in premature infants, a study of pathological classification pat- 
terns from autopsy material of premature infants, and a study of the 
■ I'M.-miology of diarrhea Jn our nursery. A preliminary report on growth 
patterns In Negro premature infants was published by members of our 
medical staff, Drs. Cherry, Newsom and Bancroft of Pediatrics, July 1969. 
Members of the medical staff of the Collaborative Child Development 
Program have utilized some of the collected material in our premature 
Infant nursery: these projects include a study of developing behavior 
patterns by Dr. W. Weidorn Psychiatrist, and a study of the clinical 
feature* and Incidence of findings related to otitis media In the premature 
infant by Dr. M. Mcl.ellan. 

DESCRIPTION OF TABLES 

Table Ir Annual comparison of caseload by source and outcome. These 
tabulations show the usual numbers of premature infants ad- 
mitted to our nursery by 250 gram weight groups and reflect* 
an Increase to 30.9 percent of all our infants cared for as b 
admitted from other hospitals. 

Table IA: Tabulation of the total hospital patient days of care provided 
for In the nursery. Tabulations for this fiscal year reflect 
an Increase to approximately 36 percent of all hospital patient 
days of care being devoted to out born infants. 

Table □: "Diarrheal Syndrome", Attack Rate and Mortality Rat* Durina 
this fiscal year we encountered a rise in attack rate and mor- 
tality rate among infants having this "diarrheal syntlruiiie". 

Table III: Relationship of "Diarrheal Syndrome" to duration of hoapltoj 
stay. During this fiscal year there is again reflected the re- 
lationship between Increased number of hospital days occurring 
in infants also having the "diarrheal syndrome". Further study 
of this problem Is continually In progn 



1*8 CHARITY HOSPITAI — 19S8-1959 



Table IV: Caseload and survival rate for inborn Infants, showing tht 
usual tabulations reflecting differences by weight group and 

race. 

Table V: Caseload and Survival Kate for outborn infants, A 

pattern to that demonstrated in Table IV, indicating tin- 
lower mortality rate among outborn infants than among our 
inborn infants, presumably related to loss of weaker infant* 
prior to their admission. 

Table VI: Comparative Survival Rates for the last three fiscal 
fiectB no essential differences. 

The staff of the Premature Infant Care Program would like to ac- 
knowledge and express sincere appreciation to the Biometric Section c 
the Collaborative Child Development Program for their assistance I 
tabulations and data collection carried on by the Premature Inran; 
Program, The interested reader Is referred to their Annual Repn- 
further information regarding newborn Infants and allied perinal:il 
lems in Charity Hospital. 

Respectfully submitted, 

/B/ WILLIAM T. NEWSOM, M.D, 

William T. Newsom, M.D. 

Medical Director 

Premature Infant Care Program 



TABLE I 
COMPARATIVE CASE LOAD BY SOURCE AND OUTCOME 



Combined 
White and 
Non-white 

Weight Croup 
Under 500 gms. 

601 - 750 

751-1000 

1001-1260 

1251-1500 

1501-1750 

1751-2000 

2001-2100 

2101 or more .. 

Tots! 



1956- 1 957 



Living 



2 

25 

65 

101 

206 

113 

4 



Dead 
IS 
44 
43 
39 
39 
II 
M 

7 

1 



INBORN 
1957-1958 



Living 



11 

29 

61 

125 

210 

102 

7 



Dead 

13 
37 
47 

33 

38 

35 

14 
5 
6 



1958-1959 



Living 



29 

59 

105 

210 

03 

6 



Dead 

30 
39 
32 
35 
36 
2S 
19 



1 



1 956- 1957 



OUTBORN 
1957-1958 



1958- 19 59 



Living Dead Living Dead Living Dead 



1 
9 
18 
43 
71 
52 
IS 
10 



1 
5 
24 
21 
21 

12 

1 
1 



g 

s 
> 



5 
20 
37 
57 
46 

11 

1 



a 
16 

21 

14 

13 

7 



5 
24 
5.1 
76 
65 
13 

7 



11 

20 

19 

14 

16 

6 

1 

2 



515 



253 



545 



227 



510 



|8| 



222 



!iS 



177 



76 



243 



fc7 






TABLE I-A 



Total hospital patient day* for inborn and outborn infante admitted to nuraery 

1956-1957 1957-1958 1958-1959 

Living Dead Living Dead Living Dead 

Income IS. 302 1,096 15,579 7 07 15.285 840 

Outborn* 8.802 679 S.164 306 S.5K7 -t I ^ 

Total 25,104 I.77S 21,743 1,013 23,872 1,252 



TABLE II 

"Diarrheal Syndrome" smani infant* r*c«lvlii( at learnt 10 days care in Premature Infant Nursery; Attack Kates and Mortality Ratea 

occurring In Infants having this syndrome. 

Birth Wt. in Crania: 501-1000 1001-1500 1501-2000 2001-2100 501-2100 

1NBORNS Year*: *S7 • '58 '58 - '59 '57 - '58 "58 - 'S3 '67 - '58 '58 - '53 '57 - *S8 '58 - '59 '57 - 'SB '58 - '59 

Total No. Babies 12 4 94 100 339 322 91 80 536 506 

No. Babies with 

"Diarrheal Syndrome" 5 3 2.1 49 78 104 11 12 112 168 

Attack Rate. (Per Cent) 41.T 76.0 24.6 49.0 21.5 li. ; 12.1 18.0 20.« 83.2 

M. R, in Infants with 

"Diarrhea! Syndrome" 0.0 0.0 I..'. 12.2 4.8 7.7 9.1 0.0 4.S 8.3 

OUTBORN3 

Total No. Babies IS G 73 83 112 188 S IS 208 239 

No. Babies with 

"Diarrheal Syndrome" S J 18 43 26 46 I 4 47 97 

Attack Rate. (Per Cent) 20.0 6S.7 26.7 51. S 22,8 88.8 12.6 88.1 22.0 40.6 

M. R. in Infants with 

"Diarrheal Syndrome" 83.3 0.0 5.6 9.3 4.0 6.6 0.0 26.0 6.4 8.2 

TABLE III 

Relationship of "Diarrheal Syndrome" to duration at hospital stay of surviving inborn infants by birth welffht, having at least 10 days 

care in nursery. 



Birth Weight: 1001-1250 12SJ-15O0 1501-1750 1751-ZOOO 2OO1-2100 1001-2100 

Year: '57 - '58 "58 - '59 "57 - '58 '58 - '59 '57 - '58 '58 - '59 '57 - '58 '58 - '59 '57 - '58 '58 - '59 "87 - '58 '58 - '59 
NO "D1ARH." 



Total No 11 14 60 

Average Days Nsy. .... 58.4 68.1 4 3.4 



31 

42.7 



91 72 156 144 

32.4 80.1 21.7 19.9 



18.4 



68 691 329 

11.5 27.0 26.6 



WITH "DIARH." 
Total No. II 16 11 83 34 88 86 N 10 12 102 16E 

Average Days Nsy 74.8 66.6 4T.0 62.0 88. S 3S.8 28.2 29.1 21.6 ll.t 38.2 38.5 



TABLE IV 

Admiuinni, Survival and % Survival! of Infants Admitted to the Premature Infant Center, Delivered at Charity Hospital of LouUlana 
at New Orleani, July I, 1958 through June 30, 1BS9, by Race, Sex, and Weieht, 
KEY: 
TOTAL WT.it. Netra 

SURVIVED ' Total Total 

% SURVIVAL Male Female Male Female Negro White Total 

1 10 19 19 l HO 

Under 500 Grama 





1 I IS 40 « 3 79 

501-1 GOO Grama 17 8 8 

2.8 17.8 10.5 10.1 



3 5 80 71 1E1 8 159 

1001-1500 Grama 1 > at U 84 t 88 

S3. 3 SO.O 45.0 67,6 BE,6 sn.o 65.8 

11 9 177 155 342 20 362 

1S0I-20OO Gramt 9 5 152 149 S01 14 315 

81.8 55.5 85.9 90.3 98.0 T0.O 87.0 

3 8 49 59 94 5 99 

2091-2109 Graroi 2 2 42 47 99 4 S3 

66.7 100 IOC 90.4 94.7 80,0 99.9 



4 S 7 7 

2101 Grama or More 4 Z 6 6 

— ™ 100 66.7 85.7 .... BS.7 

19 19 849 360 699 37 739 

TOTAL It 10 235 253 488 22 510 

• 6-7 62.9 67.3 72,3 59.8 69.8 tt.t 



TABLE V 

Admissions, Survivals and % Survivals of Premature Infants Bom Outside and Admitted to the Premature Infant Center. Charity Ha 
piul of Louisiana at New Orleans, July 1, 1958 through June 30, 1959 by Race, Sex and Weight. 

KEY: 
TOTAL White Negro 

SURVIVED Total Total 

% SURVIVAL Male Female Mate Female Negro White Total 



Under EDO Grams 



501-1000 Grams 


3 


1 


33.3 


8 


2 


25.0 


7 


1 


14.3 


18 


1 


5.6 


If 


2 


3.0 


11 


3 


27.3 


36 


5 


13.B 


1001-1500 Crams 


24 


15 


£2.5 


20 


12 


eo.o 


19 


13 


18.1' 


47 


37 


78.7 


66 


50 


75.8 


44 


21 


61.4 


110 


77 


70.0 


1501-2000 Crams 


34 


29 


85.3 


23 


22 


05. T 


50 


41 


£2.0 


54 


49 


90.7 


104 


SO 


86,5 


67 


51 


89.5 


161 


141 


87.6 


2001-2100 Grams 


6 


5 


100 


2 


2 


100 


5 


4 


80.0 


Z 


2 


100 


7 


6 


S5.7 


7 


7 


100 


14 


13 


02.9 


2101 Grams or More 










I 








5 


4 


80.0 


3 


3 


100 


8 


7 


B7.5 


1 








9 


7 


77,8 



66 54 86 124 210 120 330 

TOTAL 50 38 63 92 155 38 243 

76.8 70,4 78,8 74.2 73.8 73.3 78.6 



X 

N 

S 
o 
a 

I— I 



TABLE VI 

Yearly total admissions, survivors and survival rates, combined white and non-whirr 



K f, 



«tal 
Survived INSIDE OUTSIDE 

% Survival 
Weight Group 1956-57 1957-58 1950-59 1956-57 1957-55 1956-59 

15 13 30 1 

Under 500 Grams ... tl D 

(I — — 



501 




39 
2 


2.3 


9E 

11 


11.6 


7 !i 

8 


10.1 


89 
10 


25.6 


24 

6 
20.8 


36 

5 










13,9 


11)01 




168 

SO 


53.6 


161 

00 


55.9 


159 

gg 


55.3 


103 

51 


59.2 


92 
57 

62.0 


110 

77 


70.0 


1501 


- 2000 Grams 


371 
306 


82. S 


364 

336 


ST. 3 


3C2 

31S 


87.0 


HI 

123 


85.4 


123 
103 

KM. 7 


161 
141 










87.6 


2001 




120 
113 


94.2 


107 

103 


05.3 


99 

83 


93.9 


19 

18 


94.7 


12 

12 

too 


14 

13 


92.9 


21111 


Grams or more 


£ 


80. 


12 

T 


Eg. 3 


7 

6 


86.7 


11 

10 


90.9 


3 
1 

33,3 




7 


77, N 



763 772 736 31T 254 330 

TOTAL 615 645 510 222 178 243 

57.1 70,6 S0.3 70.0 "f',0 73.6 



164 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1968-1959 

ANNUAL REPORT 

THE TUMOR REGISTRY 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

ADMINISTRATIVE 

The governing board of the Registry presently consists of the for 
ing members representing the institutions listed below: 

Charity Hospital 

Dr. Leo J. Kerne 
Dr. Manuel Garcia 

Louisiana State University School of Medicine 
Dr. W. W. Frye 
Dr. Rudolph J. Muellltig 

Tulane University School of Medicine 

Dr. lUwud T. Kr^mentz, Chairman of the Board 
Dr. Robert C. Smith 

American Cancer Society, Louisiana Division 
Dr. James D. Rives 
Mrs, Marian Simmons, Consultant 

Louisiana State Board of Health 

Dr. John M. Bruce 

Louisiana State Medical Society 
Dr. Ambrose H. Storck 

Refiiatry Staff 

The operation of the Registry Is carried out by tho staff under 
direction of an administrative director who is responsible to the govern 
ing board. The Registry staff consists of nine employees occupyln K ih-- 
following positions: Mrs. Marion Wogan, Director; Mrs. Agnes Lan 
Assistant Director; Mrs. Helen Soroe, Analytic Assistant; Mrs. Marie Ixiui.e 
Nolan, Abstract and Follow-up Investigator: Mrs. Marjorlc Krenn 
Mrs. Sadie Mayeux, Mrs. Betsy Green, Mrs. Frances Johnson, Abstrai-: 
and Follow-up; and Mrs. Loretta Soles, Clerical and other detail. 

FINANCIAL SUPPORT 

Support la derived from Charity Hospital, the American Cancer S<<. 
Louisiana. Division, Inc., the State Board of Health, and the C.C.N - 
the National Cancer Institute. 

ACTIVITIES AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS 

New Location 

In November, 19SS through the efforts Initiated by the director or th* 
hospital and the administrative assistant, and with the approval of th* 
hospital board, permission was obtained to move the Registry from the 
first floor of Charity Hospital to W-Sll on the sixth floor. This ],, 
has provided tho necessary space to operate the Registry In an t-f; 
and satisfactory manner. Room is now present for more adequat. 
of the Registry by the medical staff. 



TUMOR REGISTRY IS8 



In June 1959 approval was granted (or the air- conditioning; of the 
new quarters to be financed through the Tumor Registry general fund. 
This equipment has been Installed and has been accepted by the hospital 

U of lr;u>, ES. 

Activities 

Muring the last week in December, invitations to an "Open Eiouae" 
were sent to the various hospital departments, visiting staff, board mem- 
bera of the hospital, board members of the Registry and other interested 
persona, to acquaint these groups with the new location and facilities of 
I ho Tumor Registry. 

Tumor Registry Board Meeting 

The annual meeting of the governing board took place on May 17, 
196>. At this meeting an annual report was read and approved; the budg- 
et for 1959-60 was presented and accepted; and current statistical dutii 
waa reviewed. Plans for the next year were discussed and approved. 

Cooperative Program with the National Cancer Institute 

A fourth contract for partial support for the coming fiscal year ending 
l:'60 has been signed between the Registry ami the Cancer Chemo- 
therapy National Service Center, National Cancer institute, Bethesda. Mary- 
land. The Registry agrees to provide a duplicate deck of Its punched 
cards at the end of the year in return for this support. 

The annual meeting of the End Results Group of th>- I'llnkal Studios 
Panel, C.ON.S.C. was held May IS, 1959 at the National Institud 
ll'-iilth In Bethesda, Maryland. Attending this meeting were Dr. EL .1. 
■fuelling, Dr. E. T. Krementa and the director of the Registry. Repre 
• iit:it Ivi-H from the following participating registries were In attendance; 

Hospital Registries 

Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia 

Charity Hospital of Louisiana, New Orleans 
Flower-Firth Avenue Hospitals, New York City 
Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis 
rtoaweU Park Memorial Institute. Buffalo 
Htate University of Iowa Hospital, lowa City 
University of California Medical Center, Wan Kram-isco 
University of Chicago Clinics, Chicago 
University of Michigan Hospital, Ann Arbor 
University of Virginia Hospital, Charlottesville 

State or Central Registries 

California Tumor Registry, Berkeley 
Connecticut Cancer Case Registry, Hartford 
Massachusetts Cancer Registry, Boston 
Texas Tumor Registry, Houston 
Veterans Administration, Washington 

International 

In addition to the above identified registries actively partici- 
pating, a move has been started for possible inclusion of the fed- 



166 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1958-1953 



lowing countries for an international cooperative compilation Of 
end results in cancer therapy: 



England and Wales 

Finland 

France 

Norway 

Denmark 

U.S. A. 



Dr - Edward T. Krementz, Chairman of the Tumor Registry Board. 
Charity Hospital, was elected Chairman of the End Results Group of 
Clinical Studies Panel, C.C.N.S.C., National Cancer Institute. In this cm 
ity, Dr. Krementz la scheduled to meet with the International Urom 
Copenhagen during October 1959. 

Dr. Rudolph J. Muelltng was named Chairman of the CommUti. 
Study of Uterine Cancer. 

Meeting! Attended 

October 1958. Workshop on Tumor Registries, Indiana University M 
cal Center, Indianapolis. Attended by the Registry director and assistant 
Registry director. 

February 1959. Workshop on Tumor Registries, M. D. Anderson Hospital 
Houston, regional meeting American College of Surgeons. Att. 
Dr. E. T, Krementz, Dr. Ambrose Storck, the Registry director and 
assistant Registry director. 

Revisions of Abstract Form, Punch Cards, Cods System 
In accepting the Uniform Punch code developed by the Cancr t ■ 
tnerapy National Service Center and the participating registries, r 
came necessary to revise our own abstract form and code system 
questionnaire with copies of the old Registry code and the Uniform |'„ 
code was sent to members of the Tumor Registry Board and the ohl. : 
or services In the hospital. The aid of statisticians from the Am 
•f" y ' s stat,s tieal Research Section of the Medical and 

uric Department, as well as a statistician from the National ■-.,. 
institute was obtained. As a result of this cooperative effort, new form- 
ant! a revised code have been developed and put Into use. The ncv 
covers all of the items of the Uniform Punch as will ;is n 
information desired locally. 

Miscellaneous 

„„."! June J 13B9 information concerning the location, purpose ( ,r 
™* l «ry and services available was included in the material given 
new internes and residents of the hospital. 

i„,.w hB a& !lY lt>K bO0k recoraa 166 visitors to the Registry. This do, 
include written reports, statistical data, etc. requested through „ .,. 
calls or correspondence. Information on malignancies most frequently , 

breast and ee prostate ClViC tUm ° rS - ^ hMd aBd "* thyt,M ' W " 

A graduate student from the Biostatistlcs Department at Tulnne M«ll 
°?.u £ , Wa " assi & ned to the Registry to study ami unserve |.r,., 
of the Registry as a part of his special training program. 

Statistical Data 

In addition to supplying the doctors with information for aperU' 
research studies, teaching and demonstration, the Registry provid. 



TUMOR REGISTRY 157 



tiatlcs to Indicate the size and nature of the cancer problem at this hospi- 
tal for given periods of time. The following summary is taken from various 
tables of statistics prepared in the Registry: 

SUMMARY 10 YEAR PERIOD 1948-1957 

A. CANCER CASES BY RACE AND SEX 

Distribution by: 

S«x: Race: 

Total Male 8,787 White 8,632 

Total Female 7,936 Colored 8,191 

1948-1957 16,723 19-18-1957 16,723 

Largeit number of eases by anatomical site (race-sex): 

Total Colored White Male Female 

Hkin (not Including melanoma) .2.318 

Cervix 2,213 

Lung 1,442 

Breast 1,296 

ProBtate ..1,217 

Stomach 1,006 

The above six sites represent over 50% of the total cancer eases. 

I!. HOSPITAL ADMISSIONS BY RACE AND SEX 

(Compiled from the Medical Record Library Annu;il Reports) 
Race Sax: 

White 209,825 Total Male 264,151 

Colored 465,567 Total Female 4U.241 

Total , 675.393 Total 675,392 

T-1'ATIENT CLINIC VISITS BY RACE 
(Compiled from the Out-Patient Department annual reports. Not avail- 
able by h<>x except for new patients) 

White 1.697,649 

Colored 3,466,723 

Total 5,063,412 



2,151 


167 


1.459 


Soil 


710 


1,601 




2,213 


851 


591 


L.SJS 


144 


480 


811 


17 


1,178 


442 


77S 


1.U1? 




296 


710 


7.-.0 


MB 



158 



CHARITY HOSPITAL— 1358-1959 



SUMMARY 11 YEAR PERIOD 1948-1953 
Parish Residence Distribution 

A. Hospital Admissions 

(Compiled from Medical Record Library Annual Reports) 

B. Cancer Cases 

(Compiled from Tumor Registry punch cards) 



Acadia ... 

Allen 

Ascension 

Assumption 

Avoyelles ........... .*.."' 

Beauregard 
Bienville ; 
Bossier 
Caddo 
Calcasieu 

Caldwell 1 

Cameron 

Catahoula 

Claiborne 

Concordia . 
DcSoto 



A. 

Admiss. 

'-MS! 

771 

10,023 

7.S69 

2.966 

384 

41 

a 

364 

3,219 

US 

1G1 

m 

870 



E. Baton Houge 'Z1Z 46,311 

?-■ S a r. r ° n 463 

c.- Feliciana K aja 

Evanitellne . l*l« 

^n T .Lu_ ■'.;_" 

320 



Franklin 

Grant 

Iberis , 

Iberville . o'fff 

Jack.on 



89 



9G5 
2,412 



Jefferson .. kj 

Jeff. Davis M ' 

Lafayette . 

Lafourche .. i. . 

LaSalle 

Lincoln .... 

Livingston 
Madison 
Morehouse ...""* 



302 

141 

4.479 

441 

430 



B. 

Cancer 

166 

84 

304 

215 

228 

28 

2 

1 

13 

276 

14 

S 

41 



M 

7 

1.006 

49 

289 

147 

49 

25 

217 

832 

4 

836 

93 

166 

426 

36 

E 

152 

49 

28 



A. 

AdmUx. 



Natchitoches 

Orleans 404 

Ouachita 

Plaquemines 

Pointe Coupee 

Rapides 

Red River 

Richland 

Sabine 

SU Bernard 

SL Charles 

St, Helens 

St. James , 

St. John 

St. Landry 

St. Martin 

St. Mary 

St. Tammany 

Tangipahoa 16 

Tensas 

Terrebonne 19 

On inn 

Vermilion 1 

Vernon 

"Washington 7 

Webster 

W. Baton Rouge 4, 

W. Carroll 

W. Feliciana 8, 

Winn 

Other States 8, 

foreign - 

Unknown 



327 
901 

78S 
,432 
.663 

67 

323 

96 

.820 

167 

250 

369 

9S6 

869 

27* 

841 

,888 

.248 

Ml 

.467 

126 

,848 

324 

,S4>7 

67 

241 

364 

T42 

214 

162 

4SS 

359 



SI 

29* 

25o 

II 
« 

124 
J5I 

1*3 

241 

I 

1«« 
54 

49* 

24 

S 

W 

194 

• 



Cirand Total 729,087 



The 






hos- 



cancer casts represent the parish residence at diagnosis this 
at folto n0t r *" ncct approximately 400 or more cases traced out „f 

Hec^Sys't'em^* lnformiltlon ls! available from the following R, 

U) Alphabetical index file for cancer patients 

<~) Medical abstract histories complete with follow-up reports r<>. 

lifetime of the patient 
mi £ ertinent aata available on punch card* 
(*) Reprints from articles, etc., where information from the tip,. 

has been used 

Sample forms, operational procedures, etc., have been sent to nut, 
hospitals interested in setting up or revising registries of their c^ 
formation has been sent to several oul-of-state institutions- name], ' Thr 
university of Oregon. Department of Oral Pathology; The University . 
Oklahoma Medical Center and the University of rtah College of M, 

Respectfully submitted, 

/■/ MARION WOGAN 

(Mrs.) Marion Wogan, Director 
Tumor Registry 

MW:arl 



MEDICAL, RECORD LIBRARY 



159 



ANNUAL REPORT OF 

MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



ADMISSIONS 
WHITE Males Boys 

1958 

J »"'y 603 205 

August 541 205 

September 530 190 

October 545 186 

November 625 167 

•mber SOT 174 

Sub- Total 3,250 1,127 

1959 

January 627 175 

February 525 187 

Miirch , 60S 168 

April 596 130 

May 556 148 

June 655 157 

Sub-Total 3.467 945 

1 ;r;ind Total 6,717 2.072 

COLORED 
1958 
July 658 927 

AusuMt sag 1,030 

■ mber 606 966 

October Ess 976 

November 629 824 

l>ecomber 628 723 

Kub-Total 3,609 5.446 

1959 

January 647 804 

February 529 683 

March 685 665 

April 605 648 

May 676 718 

June 671 car. 

Sub-Total 3,518 4,193 

Grand Total 7,022 \>,r.M 

SUMMARY 

I Adults 

Boys 

1 '-male Adults 

<;irl« 

r..tal 



Females 


Girls 


Total 


749 


185 


1,741 


653 


167 


1,666 


650 


167 


1.537 


623 


141 


1.495 


581 


142 


1.416 


689 


144 


1,364 


8,798 


■44 


:>. ! i 8 


661 


168 


1,631 


566 


121 


1,370 


657 


122 


1,555 


608 


125 


1,459 


607 


121 


1.432 


587 


131 


1.430 



3,888 

7,481 



2,401 
2.541 
2.391 
2.2S9 
1,904 
1,843 

13,369 



2,118 
1.686 
1,815 
1.714 
1,671 
1.746 

10,760 

24,119 



807 
911 
919 
865 
685 
750 

4.S37 

707 

622 
593 
619 

r.xi 

565 
8,881 
8,624 



8.886 

18.004 



4,79- 
5,081 
4.8K2 
4.719 
3,942 
J.84 i 

27,261 



4,276 
8.500 
3.65 S 
3,586 
3,546 
8.677 

22,143 

49,401 



White 


Colored 


Total 


6,717 


7,022 


13.739 


2,072 


9,639 


11.711 


7,481 


24,119 


81.80C 


1,734 


8.624 


io,:tr.> 


is, 06 4 


49,404 


•7,408 



160 



CHARITY H0SP1TAI^195S-19B9 



DEATHS 



WHITE 



COLORED 



1958 



July 

AueuBi ... 
September 
October .... 
November 
December 



•s 

s 

so 

61 
48 
40 
66 
66 



6 i 



Sub-To tat 



1959 

January 
February 
March ... 

April 

May 

June 



50 
50 
54 
44 
46 
SB 



E 

8 
10 
7 
9 
8 



SO 
37 
25 
29 
24 
SO 



6 

u 

■! 
■! 

a 
i 



28 
4S 
48 
S6 

29 

27 



11 
5 
4 
5 

6 
« 



320 47 176 87 



11 

4 
12 

8 
10 

1 



96 

101 

67 

81 

104 

no 

679 



96 
107 
US 

92 

SI 
<9 



ss 

47 
48 
44 
69 
66 



61 
46 
63 
48 
46 
48 



i 

31 

26 
16 
38 
82 
22 



39 
5S 
IS 

44 
46 
62 



23 
18 
22 
14 
28 
82 



23 

29 
23 

20 
26 
24 



308 164 279 144 



182 289 118 

256 567 2S3 



s 

US 

156 
ISO 
146 

1G1 
153 



Sub-Total 282 88 206 46 567 296 182 289 118 932 

Grand Total 802 80 .381 88 1,146 604 



h 

241 
217 

Mi 

26.' 



894 1.47J 




MTj 



DEATHS WITHIN 48 HOURS OF ADMISSION 



1954 H " 

{ al r 87 

August 4g 

September „... gg 

October 42 

November „ " 45 

December „ 44 

Sub-Total 252 

19S9 

January 3g 

February „.... n 

March _ 11 

£p"i ::::::::: SS 

*•" - 53 

'""» Jt 

Sub-Total 24 5 

Grand Total 407 



24 
Hr*. 

26 
24 
23 
27 
40 
81 

170 



36 

Hr, 

2 
7 
B 

4 

9 

_6 

16 



is 
Hr>. 

9 
5 
2 
4 
10 
4 



Total 

73 
84 
6« 
77 
104 
84 

401 



Over 

48 Hn. Total 



1T1 
17S 

150 
161 
170 

982 



28 
29 
34 

28 

32 
27 


1 

6 
6 
6 
1 
_2 


8 
8 
6 
2 
3 



70 
78 
92 
68 
89 
84 


167 
1«S 
1*6 
14G 
140 


78 


22 


36 


481 


018 


i! 


67 


7 


972 


l.lij.t 



144 
3*7 
SIT 
til 
2«S 



IJ» 
t>4 
2*4 
iU 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 161 



MONTHLY STATEMENT 



o i I S- 

* < '£ ".2 T> 

• - £ "£ "S £ o • £ 

4- ~ ^ — * ■» ■- o « *: 

X D < OO Q m ou co 



1968 



■' ul >' 61,990 1,999 6,534 5,880 244 1,232 110 32 

^ u§rU8t 65,609 2,116 6,647 6,556 267 1,382 116 30 

S*Dtember 65,456 2,182 6,419 5,923 217 1,318 96 29 

October 6 7,961 2.192 6,214 6,094 227 1,222 98 24 

November 64,350 2,145 5,357 5.189 265 1,018 116 23 

Dpcember 59,834 1,930 5,208 5,307 263 1,046 120 21 



Total 385.199 12,564 36,379 34,949 1.47.1 7.218 656 



I'll 



1959 

January 64,673 2,086 5,907 5,254 248 1,025 115 18 

I-eoruary 69,019 2,108 4,879 4,741 235 788 205 15 

March 61,254 1,970 5,213 6,044 254 765 120 16 

A t prI1 62,460 2,082 5,045 4,711 204 658 80 11 

Ma y 62,791 2,026 4,978 4,856 234 699 116 19 

Ju " t ' 60.296 2,010 5,007 4,747 224 752 105 25 

Sub-Total 370,493 12,282 31,029 29,353 1,399 4,682 741 103 

Grand Total 756,692 24,846 67,408 64,302 2,872 11,900 1,397 262 

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT 
July 1, 1967 to 

June 30, 195S 793,622 2,174 71,417 68,538 3,207 12,727 1,422 293 

July I, 1958 to 

June 30, 1959 755,692 2,070 67,408 64,302 2,872 11,900 1,397 262 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS DECEASED 



1958— WHITE 
tiller 1 year. 

1 to 4 years. 

5 to 9 years. 
10 to 14 years. 
IE to 19 years. 
20 to 24 years. 
IS !<> S9 yean. 
30 to 34 years. 
35 to 44 years. 
45 to 54 years. 
55 to 64 years. 
65 to 74 years. 
75 to 84 years. 
85 to 94 years. 

95 & Over 

Unknown 



Total 



July 
S 



2 

2 


a 

3 

3 

7 
It 
11 

8 

5 



U 

65 



MALES 
















FEMALES 








Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dee. 


Total 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Total 


Gr. 
Total 


9 


7 


7 


9 


7 


42 


10 


G 


4 


5 


4 


4 


33 


75 





3 











3 














1 


1 


2 


5 








n 











2 














1 


3 


3 














l 


3 











] 


1 


1 


3 


6 


1 


1 








i 


r. 


I 


] 


(I 








(J 


| 


7 


■J 


11 


1 


2 


i 


6 


1) 














1 


1 


7 


I) 








1 





] 











u 


i 


a 


1 


2 


1 


■> 


2 


1 





9 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 





6 


15 


3 


I 


4 


4 


2 


17 


1 


5 


4 


i 








14 


31 


10 


9 


7 


7 


12 


52 


2 


6 


1 


4 


1 


3 


17 


69 


11 


11 


3 


14 


18 


68 


1 


3 


7 


I 


4 


3 


27 


95 


14 


15 


12 


21 


17 


90 


8 


7 


8 


3 


6 


10 


42 


132 


5 


7 


9 


12 


12 


53 


14 


10 


-1 


7 


6 


11 


50 


H>3 


3 


2 


2 


3 


3 


18 


1 


3 


2 


li 


4 


1 


11 


29 











9 


U 



































u 

















u 


















59 



58 



47 



74 



74 



367 



41 



42 



29 



34 



30 



36 



212 



679 

































Gr. 


1959— WHITE 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


Total 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar, 


Apr. 


May 


June 


Total 


Total 


Under 1 year. . 


5 


6 


4 


3 


2 


2 




8 


.1 


8 


3 


q 


1 


fj 


55 


tin 4 years. . 


1 








1 


3 


'1 


5 


2 


1 








i 


II 


4 


n 


a to 9 yeara . . 


't 


1 














1 


1 





3 





2 


II 


6 


7 


10 to 14 yearn. . 


1 


3 


2 





1 





7 





I 


2 





o 





E 


12 


15 to 19 years. . 





1 


1 





1 


2 


r. 

















1 


1 


6 


20 to 24 yeara. . 





2 


1 





n 





3 











1 


1 





2 


5 


25 to 29 years. , 


1 


1 











1 


3 











■> 


1 


1 


4 


7 


30 to 34 years. . 


"} 


1 


1 


3 


1 





8 








3 


e 


II 


1 


4 


12 


35 to 44 yeara. . 


3 


■> 


5 


2 


-' 





14 





3 


5 


i 


3 


2 


14 


28 


45 to 54 years. . 


9 


6 





2 


7 


9 


38 


2 


1 


4 


3 


6 





18 


56 


55 to 64 years, . 


9 


3 


10 


12 


7 


■i 


48 


5 


10 


7 


4 


5 


3 


34 


82 


65 to 74 years. . 


. 12 


14 


12 


13 


14 


IS 


77 


3 


17 


12 


11 


8 


5 


62 


183 


75 to 84 years. . 


. 10 


12 


11 


12 


10 


10 


65 


n 


10 


5 


9 


3 


1 


44 


109 


85 to 94 years. . 


2 


3 


4 


1 


4 


2 


ie 


i 


1 


5 


5 


2 




19 


35 


95 & Over 











i) 





g 











1 








1 


f 


2 


Unknown 


1 





2 











3 














n 





II 


3 


Total 


. M 


60 
119 


58 


48 
96 


52 


41 


315 


39 


47 


55 
34 


44 


39 


28 
64 


252 
464 


567 


Or. Total . 


. ill 


116 


126 


115 


682 


SO 


83 


78 


69 


1.14C 



Males 682 

Females 464 

Total , Xl4T 



166 



CHARITY HOSPITA:L— 19&8-1 Us 



RECORD LIBRARY 

REPORT OF THE STATISTICAL DEPARTMENT 

July 1958 — June 1959 



Acadia ..| ., 



Allen 



73 



Ascensiun JQQ2 

Assumption g-jo 

Avoyelles '.'.'..'.'.'" ] 7g 

Beauregard ■>* 

Bienville ........ "7 

Bossier r, 

Caddo in 

Calcasieu 

Caldwell 



812 

1 



Cameron j 

Catahoula \ ' 2 i 

Claiborne 

Concordia .... 72 

DeSoto E 



East Baton Rouge Ji»i 

Bast Carroll 19 

East Feliciana 540 

Evangeline 184 

Franklin ' , 7 

Grant 24 

IberU ..'.'...". 2*S 

Iberville .......'.'.'. 87S 

Jackson j 

Jefferson ."..'.'.'.','.','.'.".'.'.', 5754 

Jefferson Davis g 2 

Lafayette ..,.'. z4g 

Lafourche " ' j 2 g^ 

LaSalk? ... "ig 

Lincoln 17 

Livingston ' , 77 

Madison 

Morehouse 



20 



Xatchitoches 14 

Ouachita 49 

Plaquemines jgj 

Polnte Coupee 55 4 

Rapides i ( 4 

Red River 

Richland 

Sabine 

St. Bernard . ($J 

St. Charles g$j 

.^i. Helena *.. 

St. .James 557 

St. .rohn the Baptist J141 

St. Unndry 544 

St. Martin , M 

St. Mary jo, 

St. Tammany 

Tangipahoa 

Tensas 

Terrebonne ... 

Union 

Vtrmilion 144 

Vernon 

Washington 49; 

Webster 

West Baton Rouge 

West Carroll , 

West Feliciana 

Winn 

Orleans 

Other States 1494 

Foreign 

Unknown 



TOTA L 



tm 



RECAPITULATION 

Orleans 

Louisiana ' 

Other States .......".[[[['. '.'.'.[ ' " 2814 ' 

Foreign " " lw< 

Unknown " ' •-.... 

TOTAL - 

•?«•* 



MEDICAL RECORD LIBRARY 187 

RECAPITULATION 

nta remaining ,-it beginning of year 1,719 

Admissions , 67,408 

Patients remaining at end of fiscal year 1,953 

Total hospital days 7r>5,692 

Total number of stillboms. 262 

iiarges and desertions 64,302 

hs 2,872 

i;rous death rate , 4.2S% 

death rate 2.83 % 

Cases reported to coroner 1,397 

DalSy average 2,070 

Autopulca performed 2.198 

Submitted by, 

/»{ E, COOKSEY 

Eddie V. Cooksey, C.R.L. 



RESPECTIVE AGE OF PATIENTS AUTOPSIED 
July 1958-1959 



Agfl 

White 195S-S9 

Under 

1 - 

I 



July 



IS 
15 
20 
2S 
30 
35 
41 
SI 
E5 
75 
35 
85 
Unknowns 



1 >•«"■ _ It 

* years 

9 



years... 

14 years... 

19 years... 

24 years... 

29 yean... 

34 years... 

44 years... 

54 years.... 

64 years.... 

74 years.... 

34 year*..., 

94 years.... 



2 

2 
4 

3 

a 

16 
2 



TOTAL so 

Colored — 1958-59 



Under 1 



■I 

9 

14 



1 

5 
10 
[| 
80 
25 
BO 
It 
4o 

u 
tl 

It 

SI 

95 6 over 
Unknowns 



year si 



yemra*. 
years.. 

years.. 
10 years.. 
24 years.. 
20 years.. 
34 years.. 
44 years., 
04 years.. 
64 years.. 

years.. 

years.. 

years.. 



74 
S4 
94 



1 

1 

6 

14 

13 

10 

7 

1 



TOTAL .. I OS 



Aug. 
11 



Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. S. Tot. Jan. Fob. Mar. Apr. May 



Grand 
June S. Tot. Total 



1 

1 

2 

1 

...... 

2 
11 
12 
10 
16 
9 
1 



117 



6 
10 
17 

g 
2 



10 

is 

14 

4 



2 

6 

14 

10 

12 

2 



45 
2 
£ 

4 

s 

1 

6 
12 
30 
51 
69 
66 
13 

2 



10 


8 


10 


7 


3 


2 


1 




3 


1 


4 




2 


1 


2 










2 


1 


....„ 


s 

1 
1 


2 
2 


1 




3 


1 




1 



2 
■ 
3 
14 
11 
1 



2 

s 

12 

IS 

10 

1 



6 

J 

10 

21 

10 

2 

I 



1 
2 
6 
12 
14 
4 



37 
2 



1 
5 
5 
6 
12 
IS 
6 
1 



44 



50 
1 
1 
2 



1 
:. 
4 
14 
14 
6 
9 
1 



54 



46 
2 

1 



2 
3 
4 

13 

12 

17 

3 

2 



59 811 



55 



63 



76 



50 



42 
1 
2 

"a 

i 

3 

,..„. 

11 
13 
17 
8 
5 
1 



274 

11 

6 

4 

7 

1 

9 

16 

24 

70 

79 

80 

47 

13 

1 



4 

9 

12 

12 



98 107 HI Its 612 



94 



3 
11 
17 
15 

S 



*1 



6 

15 

12 

10 

« 

1 



»« 



GRAND TOTAL 



111 1" [71 9t* M9 u» 172 



6 

7 

11 

20 

3 

3 



78 
128 



i 

10 
9 

10 
5 
4 



51 



2 

12 

13 

16 

7 

1 



104 
155 



I 
6 
4 

10 
1 

1 



40 


27 


36 


10 


38 


40 


1 


3 


2 


1 


2 


1 




1 


1 
3 


1 

1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 




2 


1 


2 


1 


1 




3 






1 




I 


1 


2 




3 


1 




£ 


1 



5 
14 

13 
9 



40 



5 

6 

3 

1 

4 

6 

13 

33 

49 

82 

60 

13 



327 



109 

10 
6 
4 

3 
8 
fi 
10 

28 
69 
79 

S6 

46 

8 



8S 

11 

10 

8 

7 

4 

5 

12 

25 

63 

100 

161 

126 

26 

4 

1 

638 



4 83 

21 

12 

8 

IB 

9 

14 

26 

62 

tt9 

168 

166 

98 

21 

1 



103 566 1.213 



a 
o 



14ft 8gi 1,1ft 



ANNUAL REPORT 

SERVICE REPORT OF THE RECORD LIBRARY 

July I, 1958 — June 30, 1959 



DEATHS TAKEN FROM ADMISSIONS 



Accident A Admission Rm.. 

Contagious .......... 

Dental Surgery 

Dermatology .«.«„ 

Fracture .... 

Gynecology ,., 

Infirmary . .. 

Medicine 

Neuroloiry ........ 

Neuro Surgery 

New Barns 

Obstetrics 

Ophthalmology 

Orthopedics 

Otolaryngology 

Pediatrics 

Plastic Surgery 

Polio Center 

Prematures 

Premature Station 

Psychiatry 

Radium Room .. 

Surgery 

Thoracic Surgery 

Tuberculosis 

Urology . 



TUL 

WM 

16 

171 



62 



691 

121 

72 

ISt 

128 
144 

198 

2KB 

84 

3 

& 

38 
1»S 

48 

Ml 

n 

71 
318 



TUL 
WF 
3 
141 



84 

■2 
275 

13 
505 
124 

32 
268 
S4T 

91 
197 
164 
205 

13 
3 

10 

4G 
239 

41 
145 

IT 

20 

99 



TOTAL 3.640 3.669 



TUL 

CM 

19 

560 



163 
440 
321 
671 
IS 



161 
74 

165 
10 

302 
60 
67 

428 



TUL 
CF 

14 
534 



176 
616 
299 
690 
26 



161 
69 

162 
65 

303 
2') 
62 

150 



LSU 
WM 

1" 
175 



46 


41 


IS 




4 


66 




Ml 






14 


Tin 


SHI 


748 


160 


125 


13S 


64 


17 


69 


2,424 


2.430 
4.707 


240 



137 

303 

233 

239 

29 

1 

14 

48 

322 

48 

636 

61 

96 

270 



LSU 
WF 
1 1 

120 

1 

19 

25 

410 
15 

543 
96 
15 

234 

542 

102 

103 

132 

234 

It 



10 
30 

376 
43 

677 
25 
28 
99 



LSU 
CM 



LSU 
CF 



INI) 

WM 



1ND 
WF 



1ND 
CM 



IND 

CF Total 



21 
493 


16 
357 


B 
11 

02 

ill 


4 

IS 

102 

26 


7 

42 

173 

It 


6 

26 

169 

32 


138 

2.650 

642 


40 

75 


52 

47 

1.2B3 


422 
223 






214 

164 
219 

18 




72 S 
358 


8,818 




77 
336 




290 


727 
131 


888 

130 

24 

2,647 

5.744 

ITS 

246 

348 

549 

31 

1 

186 

105 

194 

63 

1.032 

28 

89 

87 

14,275 


344 


6, 973 
1,026 


56 
2,676 


36 


4« 


20 


469 
11,170 






887 
43 
78 


90 
138 


S.C15 

87 
119 


15.492 


162 
375 
297 


57 
110 


1,415 
2.768 
2.047 


720 










3.626 


10 
2 


1 


1 
2 


1 


2 


214 
12 


180 








780 


04 








473 


177 










1,957 


25 

1,062 

73 

78 


3 

352 

9 


27 

lit;:; 
1 


17 

564 

21 


r>7 

618 

6 


433 

7,846 

360 

421 


183 

7.625 


26 
1,154 


13 
LMJ 


101 
l.i&O 


26 

8.8S9 


1.999 

07.408 



12 Years and Under 

NOTE: 1 — LSU colored stillborn premature child of Caroyln Bibbcns — Sex undetermlntd. 

Stillborn! 1 3 42 51 D 4 41 



31 



87 



is 



261 



Accident £ Admission Em 

Contagious 

Dental Sureery 

Dermatology , 

Fraeture 

Gynecology 

Infirmsry 

Medicinc , 

Neurology 

Neuro Surgery 

New Boras 

Obstetrics 

Ophthalmology „ 

Orthopedics 

Otolaryngology 

Pediatrics 

Plastic Surgery 

Polio Center 

Prematures 

Premature Station 

P« re fi/a try 

Radium f.-.'.ra 



TUL 
WM 

3 
13 

a 

[i 



89 

142 

4 

■i 

I 

17 



9 
12 
1 
4 
12 
14 

" "{ 
1 
1 
1 
2 
5 

: 
I 

5 



TUL 
WF 

1 

:p 

3 

I 



DEATHS TAKEN FROM DEATH LIST 
(Autopsies In Bold) 



1 

1 

e 

6 

8 

12 

I 

2 



TUL TUL 

CM CF 

8 10 

22 i:: 

24 23 

2 7 30 



2 
25 

30 



40 
40 

9 
10 

1 

I 

I 



12 

20 



3 
I 

1 

IS 
IE 



2 
53 

■"I 
12 



LSU 

WM 

6 

II 

s 



1 








42 


91 


90 


73 


71 


1*2 


136 


122 


1 


7 


4 


5 




fc 


C 


» 


B 


7 


3 


I 




16 


I 


10 


2 


22 


IS 


1 


2 


' 


19 


'J 


— 




2 

% 





LSU 
WF 

3 
11 

6 

7 



si 
4 
6 
3 

3 

I 
1 



6 1 

10 8 

1 

8 

16 13 

IS 16 

1 

1 1 

2 

2 

3 I 

* 2 

8 B 

u 
I 

I 

2 3 

I 



LSU 
CM 

s 

20 
IS 

17 



76 

128 

11 

17 

1 

3 

30 

h 



4 

1 

4 

2S 

11 



I 

ei 

8 

I 
1 
3 



LSU 
CF 
9 
IS 
14 
Ih 



I 

1 

3 

3 

7 

11 



87 
ISO 

e 
I 

2 
I 

19 

10 

2 

4 



IND 
WM 

■; 
I 
1 



IND 
WF 



IND 
CM 



IND 

CF Total 

6 60 

7 196 
2 101 
I 126 



23 

45 



1 

15 

31 



23 
44 



1 

1 4 

"l 
19 

28 

2 

2 



I 
45 

4g 
14 
14 
2 

I 
I 



3 
6 
4 
7 
4 30 

10 G3 



2A 664 

as i.ool 

42 

II 

1 26 

2 77 

M 

07 

* s 

4 11 

1 

2 29 

8 «8 

3 

... 15 
135 

LCI 
3 

7 

5 



219 

226 
69 

AT 

7 

H 



112 



H 

B 

H 

= 
O 
■x 
"0 





21 

2 

2 

5 


22 

as 

4 
4 
1 
1 


35 
44 

4 

a 
11 

14 

22 

»e 

JIG 


30 

43 

2 

a 

2 
4 

1 

1 

28B 
ITS 


25 

47 
3 
3 
9 

IB 
7 

IS 

170 
IBB 


22 
14 

2 

3 
1 
3 
3 

3 

123 

BOB 


21 

41 
3 

S 
8 

B 
6 

14 

28D 
404 


19 

43 

2 

a 

2 
8 

1 

3 

234 
SB6 


13 

£3 

1 

1 


S 

16 


10 

IS 


B 


232 

393 
23 




1 




33 








24 










68 




7 
IS 

171 

EBB 




3 

6 

44 


3 

5 

ei 

94 


45 








28 

61 


SS 


TOTAL ... 


1M 


41 

88 


1,856 
2, 872 









I 



CHARITY I IOKPITAL— 1958-1959 



ANNUAL REPORT 

INTAKE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

mediea? ^T^%. l '" U f ° r aet <>rminlng 'he eligibility of persons 
ons m*A i ?k C ^" ty "o-P't* 1 - »a- organized in August 1958. The * 
(went, ,», ,„, f" rcctor ' two Sup, and one clerical worker ami 

twenty nine interviewers and three clerical workers. 

D ital D fo e r n ?i n ' ng l '" g ,' bni ^ ° f the mwy Patients applying to Charity i 
fhroLh f,, 03 ? la the chlef Purpose of the department. This f s , 

de~ e . *?*%»*** of ""Ployment. salaries, debts. residency M „ th 
fn^SL^. indIffency ° f th * («««»**■ Every effort is made w com, 

m , ,2r? rke ™ !lre tral "«-d to »ee that emergencies and more acuteh 
waitinL a " , . SP 7' m 'T"< a e l y; '" ™">t»ln di«clPime among the „ :l ",. 
ta £*Lt h .L*? hwed: to *»«0«'«>«>y interpret the Intake P (ll 

cnr. = h , a " d , th " Ir """"l**: especially those found ineligible ■ 
care and to assist this group |„ securing treatment elsewhere. *" 

to hi™ T H ^ff. nt f nei U,r bm "K m «»y eligible patients that were f, 
Le admitted^ Ull2a:l0n lMU «»«. a l«° ^e Ineligible patients who 
In orivJ h r , T ereenCy care or tor "'"" reasons, such as lack 
ferrTd ^ewher, * noa -"* u * a ** ■***"»* Amission have 1,,-, „ ^ * 

purine oTST2 hlVt ' ' l " n,, :l fln " •*"'' " f interpreting the policies 
em, Ji~ SoreeataK Unit to the many business organizations. 

We haZ ' a !f nt r 8 and " ,her '"^rested Individual, of the eom.m ,,'. 
ami unIP r t r" remarkah «« cooperation from them and their accei 
and understanding of our pr „ Bram has been m „ Bt t . ncoura(rin(f , ,,,t - 

^l" .ZTwJtjZV* W ° '° Und that fronl Julv l967 to J "'V 
„, 11 „.. ( ,'™ "-*.8o9 patients seen in the white and colored admitting and 

XI n a y d™e r a K % e : r n r8r a i , ° 3 f f ■ 549 Pat,e " tS fr ° m J " Iy I958 t0 Jn * ' 
program CrPOKe of 18S ' 310 Patients during the first year of the M , 

C 0mpa h red Pa t o k '46- »r^r l ° I'",' 08 fr " m Ju,y ] " 7 l " J, "- v 105S WJl * 
4S 781 In .,?, , ' .? tr ° m July 196S ^ J«ly 1959- This fs a redu. 

the doc^haw b^en IbhtT* ?**"* ^iT,! '"^ thr ° UBn ° ut the *°*B 
and hav, moVT \- able to rer| der much better service to their putl, 

menu'ln £* E^fi".^ 1 '.* ° f ""* d ° Ct ° r8 a " d th ° ° ther «•» 

blned efforts „n our part . ^r.^T^t in ,° Ur , Pr ° Eram and "" 
In the future, Lnlt should render even greater 

Itespectfully yours, 

/«/ HOWARD J. HEBERT 

Howard J. Hebert, Director 
Intake Department 
HJH/a 



ANNUAL REPORT OF IN-TAKE DEPARTMENT 
August, 1958, thru July 31, 1959 



White 

Admit 

Description Room 

Ineligible not treated 2676 

Ineligible after emergency treatment 860 

Eligible present treatment 3385 

Cases pending more Information 1553 

•Patients eligible 8586 

Total Interviews 17060 

Percent 18.77 



White 




Colored 


Colored 








Accident 


White 


Admit 


Accident 


Colored 






Room 


Wards 


Room 


Room 


Wards 


Total 


Per Cent 


1029 




6930 


1243 




12787 


14.07 


1394 


326 


48S 


1460 


396 


5024 


5.52 


12S1 


410 


4788 


2211 


440 


12515 


13.77 


86fi 


287 


11755 


1357 


360 


16177 


17.80 


404 S 


763 


23658 


6311 


1037 


44403 


48.84 


3507 


1796 
L98 


47728 
52.50 


12582 


2233 


90»0< 





10.46 


18.841 


::.4r, 


100.00 



The following number of cases were those completed from the previous 
month's pending back-lne and not counted as interviews: 



Ineligible 
Eligible 



4S61 
1119 



Department of Public Welfare oaaes not counted in Interviews: 



6182 



174 CHARITY HOSFITAI^--1958-1959 



ANNUAL REPORT 

SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

Tht. work of this Department consists principally la Helping hos, 
patients to find ways of meeting social problems which are causert 
ness^ or which have an adverse effect upon their response to treatment 
s>uch a problem might, for instance, include a degree of physical or mental 
incapacity which would prevent the head of the household from earnit^ 
enough to provide for the needs of his family, or to meet the ai>e L ial e». 
penses occasioned by the illness. In less obvious, but neverth. 
TJ it 8i Vf at!ons ' the nee <l of the patient might revolve around a 
understanding and acceptance by the patient and his family of the lini 
turns imposed by the illness and its treatment with a consequent bh.ckins 

J i f h • M procMa - Interrelated with the direct help Riven to pn 

ana tneir families ht the responsibility of the department t,, factual 
ucn ways as are appropriate, the operation of hospital services: for 
ample coordination with social agencies outside of the hospital on .. 
m mstrative level and In Individual cases. Within the hospital this ,-.■- 
■mu-y is met through such activities as compiling social histories on 
patients {mainly in the Psychiatric and Pediatrics Units) for intake pu 
■hl^f tt „ P ^S', t °' the d[a Knostic study: helping with discharge plans fo r 
Lnronieally 111 patient not in need of hospitalization; or planning for child 
len without adequate care during the hospitalization of the re* a,1 u i; 

Services to Patients 

. f Ju 6 " umbBr of Patients requesting service of th<> Department Increases 
.„': ""ring the past fiscal year the workers were able to give assi 
viJl oati ents (an Increase of 2,199 over the pervious yean. Tilt- r 

ZZli r:insf,d , trom comparatively simple, short-term contacts 
vo ving complex family problems, or individual problems requiring details* 
thes* "tlento d COntacts ' A P* 1 ™*™'" record was kept on 10 

iw E ? a ,? 1Plea 0f BOmo of the tangible services given are list,..! in th< 

„,^ """' S ' With the "umber of patients receiving tfl ., th , 

approximate number of contacts required to complete the servics 

e _, Patients Contacts with or in 

Serves G.ven Served Beha | f of p-t .° r ■ 

< hitd Placement -,„ „-, 

Placement In Nursing Home.' ".','."'.'. 1966 

Financial Assistance i 2 ,l BlM 

Homemaker Service .... '" ,1! 

XZXTu Reh * bima «°* ..:::::::::::::::: Js 

Shelter Home Care , ,„ 4 , 

Appliances and Medication ,. 17631 ,«j.» ft , 

Transportation Sic 

Hospital ization & Other Medical' Procedure '.'. <HS 1101 
Interpretation & Planning with Personnel 

regarding patient's social situation ... 5184 

Unmarried Mothers Served 192 

Interpretation of patient's medical ' social 

situation to other agency 3071 3 5;o 

The social workers do not see every patient who comes to , it .i 

for treatment. This would not be practicable In view of the numbei 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 175 



tlents as compared to the size of the social work staff. Nor would it be 
desirable, since many of the patients are self sufficient and do not require 
outside assistance. In order to select the patients who do require the services 
Of a social worker, referrals are encouraged from hospital staff, workers 
from other social agencies, and from the patients themselves or their families. 

The caseload was divided as follows as to source of referral: 

From Hospital Personnel 13,947 

From Department of Public Welfare 3,081 

From Other Community Agencies 2,611 

From Patient or Patient Group 23,173 

Total 42,812 

.since the hospital treats patients from all sections of the State, the 
iuttlents seen by Social Service follow the same geographical distribution: 

Patients from Orleans Parish 24,618 

Patients from Other Parishes 17,676 

Patients from Other States 618 

The small number of patients from other states is accounted for by the 
ihat non-residents of the State are not eligible for treatment nor for 
06 from this Department, However, in some Instanc ency care 

must be Ri 
Um of Funds 

Since Charity Hospital patients are of borderline or nub- borderline 

financial status, many of them are not able to meet the extra expenses as- 

"ed with illness. This Is particularly true In regard to medications, ap- 

tdlanccs, transportation and the like. If the need Is not emergent, and Is to 

" long standing, referral is made to the npproprlnte agency In the com- 
munity for help. However, in many instances there Is an emergency 
• ■f tills nature which cannot be nut through the use of another agency, 
either because of the time element, or because the patient does not meet 

iiglblllly requirements of the agency in question. This Dfipartmaw 1 
■mall funds which can be used to supply a portion of the emergency medical 
needs of these patients. These funds are derived from individual donations, 

:ne from bequests, anil hospital appropriations, as follow^: 

Name of Fund Amount Available 

.-tauffei-Eastwlck * 4800.00 

Patients Welfare 1 200,00 

Well Convalescent "00 

Insulin 1*00.00 

American Cancer Society 

sal Donutlons 1600-00 

PAL $14,211.33 



The total amount of money expended was $12,850.43. This does not repre- 
sent the total amount of money available, because of restrictions on the use 
of the larfceet of the funds. Listed below is the purpose for whleh funds ware 
Jlo number of patients helped In this way, and the amount of money 

Reason For Using Fund* No. of Patients Amount 

Medication 9234 $9,816.43 

Transportation 3G4 817.00 

.Maintenance 41 343.00 

Appliances 417 1.R7G.00 

TOTAI 10,046 $12,850.43 



176 CHARITY HOSPITAL— 195S-l:t:,9 



The problem of providing medications for out-patients has reached 
enormous proportions, and is one with which the Department cannot con- 
tinue to cope. The amount of money available is not sufficient to meet the 
need, and the Department is not staffed to Investigate the cases p,v 
or to dispense the drugs even If sufficient funds were available. An Index 
to the proportions of this problems is that of the 25,559 patients applyin K In 
prison to the Social Service Department office (this does not include the 
patients seen by the workers in the wards and clinics). 19,091 were patients 
* ,,m, S L° r medlcat ions. As may be seen above, the Department was abl. 
fulfill this request for only 9234 of these patients. 

Staff 

The Department has continued to operate with a significant Qumbtl 
vacancies on the professional staff. One supervisory position remains ■ 
«™k7»!I? " an avera e e of 12 vacancies among the medical 

psychiatric social workers. There were eight resignations during the 
mm ij replacements. However, of the 13 replacements, four were graduate 
Srnn^ "I 1 " 6 , sm ^°y^ t°' the summer only during the vacation 
period, on the whole, the staff situation was silently better this past 
to cna extent that it has been possible to renew services, on a limited b 
in some of the clinics which had previously not been covered. 

,r.cT h ? re ? rc tw0 factors '" the difficulty of maintaining adequate, 
professiona] staff. In the first place, the demand for professionally trained 
th« th? t, thr0USh ° Ut the country far exceeds the supply, with the result 
«5.™^i q " a ' iflcd w ° r ker "as a wide field of selection for emplo\ : 
aeconaiy a though there has been improvement in this area, the sal 
range in this department is still low in comparison t., other agen.i.- 

the f° „ cl Jf rlcal Position has remained vacant. Otherwise, this portion 
two relaccme remained com P aratlTe! >' stable, with three resignations 

the £ weIv ? socia -l work students received their field work instruction in 
«» f h! £, f these four were in thelr tirst year of graduate training 

th B <= i , 2" Sch ° o1 ot Soclal Work and were supervised by members of 
th»i.. Service Department supervisory staff. Eight students w, 

and two rl J 'T C r? f ^ ainlng of Ps ycnlatric Social Work, six fmin Tula 
two irom I*SU. These students were supervised by faculty nera. 

Eligibility Determination 

of lhll^i 1 ™ '^.^Sinnlng- of this fiscal year. Social S.-rvir.- was r 
depar"me n 7^ b " Ity , f0r the ^termination of eligibility, and a separate 
deveW^nw creeping patients was established. This has been a positive 
mltt,d ™ fr0m the Point of view of th * department, in that It haa P " r 
mltted more concentration on the central function of service to patt 



General 



ha^^Iu^ *" luUo " t0 one of the Department's perennial problem! 
»Hvat?T ? , Be , CaUSe ° f lack ot B " ace ' » haJ « been impossible to ,,, 
S 1 ? Vlewn f *Pace for the workers in the main office. This has 
relieved by consolidating work space in the workers' room so that on, 
room h available for this purpose. Also, private cubicles for inter 
s^rvS °" Ward8 f ° r thB r ° Ur ,vorkerH " n the Tum '"- Bna 

Also related to the problem of space is the crowding of the fiu- 
This Is being met by reviewing and destroying case records whirl, 
not to be of current or future value. 



SOCIAL SERVICE DEPARTMENT 177 

Serious consideration should be given to the problem of the Intolerable 
heat during the summer months in the offices assigned to the psychiatric 
social workers. These workers are stationed on the third floor where dis- 
> omfort is intensified by the fact that there Is little circulation of air due 
to the fact that there are wards, offices and classrooms which must be kept 
closed off from the corridors. 

Respectfully submitted. 

M MAHIGATLB H. HART 

Marigayle H. Hart 



ITS CHARITY HOSPITAL— 195S-136U 



ANNUAL REPORT 

MEDICAL AND PATIENTS' LIBRARY 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

-STAFF 

The library staff remained unchanged during the year. Through the 
volunteer program In the hospital, much help was given in the way of hour? 
of work on the words and many donations of books and magazines. 

Heading Room Aetivttlrs 

The attendance In the library varies during the day and night h. 
but It remained high. The collection of new magazines on the shelves in the 
reading room has Increased with the cooperation of doctors and personnel 
who contribute their recent copies. We have a very nice genera! coll, 
with the subscriptions and donations on many subjects. In the line of m 
Journals, we carry the ones which are referred to the most and then 
ones for every field of medicine. We now have one hundred and fori 
medical tapes which can be used on the tape recorder. There are tap, 
General practice, Internal Medicine. Ob-Gyn. Pediatrics and Surger] 
have a minimum of medical reference books as we are so close to I 
and Tulane Medical Library. The books we do have are the essential 
Our accession number has reached 8653. Many new books were gtvei 
bought through the Henderson fund during the year. 

Doctors seem to relax very well in the library either with a. refer, n 
magazine or book. They were assisted every way by the staff or externa OK 
duty at night. There was a feeling of cooperation between ever; 
past year as It usually la. 

Ward Rounds 

WWd rou " ds are made daily. The patients look forward to visit... 
the books end enjoy the volunteers or staff talking with them. Volume* 
are trained before being sent out with the book cart. The regular star t 
the wards also. Books and magazines were sent to the third floor throuKh th. 
recreational director and occupational therapy department. We 
cooperation in our work on the wards from the sisters, chaplains mirs, - 
and others. 

Donations 

All magazines and paper back books were donated thai were llv . 
the wards. We received many bound books. Professional and medical 
fh< ui a " the peraonnel ot thl s hospital have contributed in son 
this library. We received donations from church groups, ctubs. Irnlu 
and business firms. Some have contributed for years. We never make nubl 
appeal but at Christmas or during the year, thank you notes ar t . 8Ptu . 
Christmas cards to the generous givers. The majority are from NVw 
leans but we have some who live In other parishes. 

Statistics 

Volunteer hours 103 

Circulation 

Ward 5,718 

Library 9,702 



MEDICAL AND PATIENTS' LIBRARY 179 



Attendance 33 112 

Acquisitions (bound volumes) Purchases 49 

-_, __ Gifts cataloged 149 

Medical tapes j 47 

Respectfully submitted, 

/b/ LILT E. TWINIXG 
Lily E. Twilling, Librarian 



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CHARITY HOSPITAL— I958-1SB9 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER SERVICE 

July I, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

Total number of Individual volunteers 2 215 

Total number of hours of service 58520 

Number of hospital sections served ' 62 

Organizations participating 

Volunteers registered for placement 7ig 

HOURS CONTRIBUTED TO HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTS 



Administration 177 

Admitting Room 1,441 

Blood Bank '320 

Blood Donor Station .... 7.703 

Central Service 3,876 

Guild Room 7,629 

Reclaimed Gauze 15246 

Chest X-Ray " 'g 08 

™; ilC8 '. 800 

£ b t ert 501 

Dietary 179 

Eleventh Fioor ........,'....'. "55 

Entertainment 234 

Gynecology Wards 260 

Intake Unit ' . '. ' 3^ 

Library jq2 

Medicine Wards ••■■■.. ^_- 

Nurslng Service 594 



Obstetrics sj$ 

Layette Room (AWVS) .... 8Sl 

Orthopedics Wards 

Pathology 

Pediatrics 

Recreation (NCJW) 5^7; 

Schoolroom 

Pediatric TB Unit , 

Pharmacy 

Physical Therapy 

Psychiatry 

Radiology '935 

Record Library 

School of Nursing gg| 

Social Service • 

TB (Tuiane Research) 

Visiting 

Volunteer Office 



PROJECTS SPONSORED BY VOLUNTEER ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Revision of Volunteer Handbook 

Volunteer Bulletin Issued quarterly 

Guide Service for 112 Hospital Tours 

Hostess Week for 43 Groups, 248 Visitors 

263 donations distributed and acknowledged 

10 Orientation Meetings for 152 new Volunteers 

Coordinated 27 Christmas activities for patients 

Annual Recognition Meeting presenting 160 Awards 

of Information Material for Tour Guides 

1,150 Radio Spot Announcements. 31 Newspaper Articles. 2 TV Sh v 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ FLORENCE JENNINGS 



GUILD WORK isi 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CHARITY HOSPITAL GUILD WORK 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

Following are some of the activities of the members of the Charity 
Hospital Guild for the Hospital and the Patients. 

„« / B ^^.? ay * ttea WPrf> made anti * lvcn fia n^aed, also large amounts of 
used clothing, new and used shoes, books, magazines, games and toys. 

km/ 1 ChriKtmaa - several hundred dolls and toys were given to the 
aren on the ninth floor, some also to the children In the contagious, 
polio, and tubercular wards. This party was given by Mrs, Walter Groa- 
ning, Lhalriady of the Doll and Toy Committee. 

v.,,^ 1 Cnris tmas, also at Easter, a party was given to the Tubercular 

Children by the colored willing workers of the Guild. 

Special attention is given to the John Dibert male patients by the 
.lagnolia Branch of the Louisiana Sunshine Society of which Mrs. Joseph 
Miiiki-nberg is President. This Society gives two parties a year for the 
patients; one at Christmas at which time each patient ret-.ivis twil r 
stin-ts, two pairs of socks, ice cream, cakes, and other gifts. The other 
party is given at Easter, when they receive Easter eggs, fruit, ice cream, 
and cakes. 

r^K 6 M * em ' u " a % ivp fuul " pounds of coffee weekly to the male p;u 
f Dibert. They also gave to the orthopedic patients of the seventh floor, 
one box of oranges, one box of apples, and four dozen dyed eggs. Qlfti 
and refreshments were greatly appreciated and enjoyed by all. 

This same Society gives one layette for the first white baby born on 
C hrlstmas day. All these ladies come weekly to help In making surgical 
dressings In the Guild as well as baby garments. 

l-'.mi parties were given by the Guild members to the Golden Age 
ladles who come weekly to make surgical dressings. 

i mild Counselor Sister Margaret 

Honorary President Mrs. C. Warren Gilmer 

Secretary Mrs. Arthur Barnard Brown 

CHAIRMEN l.\ CHARGE OF MEETINGS 

Monday Mr8 . George chehardy 

Mrs. Arthur Baler 
Tuesday MrSi Joseph N. Dazot 

Mrs. Joseph Snakenberg 
Wednesday Mrs . j OHPp h N. Dazet 

Mrs. John D. Nix 

Thursday Mra , L eopo |d p, La Poutge 

.Mis. Samuel L. Ebellng 

Frlda y ■• Mrs. John D. Nix 

Mis. George Chehardy 

Chairman of the Doll Committee Mrs. Walter Grunning 

< hnirman of the Layette Committee Mrs, Charles Hlchard 

I hursday Chairman of the Colored Group of the 

Sarah Brown Unit No. 6 Mrs. Evle Rorotta 



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We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all the members of th* 
Guild, as well as to the outside units for helping to make this past yeir 
a successful one. ye»r 

Respectfully submitted, 

/a/ MRS. C. W. GILMER 

Mrs. C. Warren Gilmer, Honorary President 

/»/ NELLIE BOUDREAUX 

Nellie Boudreaux 

Wired applicators (or babies IS g.,., 

Amputation sponges , 4 S - 

< 'ent ral service sponges 

Compress Dressings gg.. 

<"eliu .,3 4 '.. ( . 

%**? - ....'.'.'.'.'.'".""'.'.'.'.. ..;. 

Tracheotomy Dressings , 88 833 

I° PP , er9 V • 1.19O00 

Specimen tags , v 00<) 

Dr. Owen s plain gauze 167.000 

luirs 44 341 

Colostomy pads 

?™**\ ds * ::"":..::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: s£j£ 

Perineal pads 

Mesh gauze 

' '..l.mtomy tubing 

Sutures for operating room '...'.'.".'..'. 



TOTAL - 

Surgical dressings from 191 9— June ins".'.'. ,'.'.'.','.'..'.,'.,.'..', .'..'.'. 9g"s 50.'?3 



GRAND TOTAL— June 1959 10e, 



099,881 



Meetings fiscal year 1958-1959. . 120 
Attendance fiscal year 

19B8-19B9 5,112 



RECLAIMED (iAUZE UNIT 



ANNUAL REPORT 
RECLAIMED GAUZE UNIT 
July 1, 19S8 — June 30, 1959 

Reclaimed gauze sponges made and wrapped 145,206 

New sponges wrapped 1,009,400 

New gauze sponges made and wrapped 21,200 

Gauze stretched on boards , 940 

wiT 6 aister supervisor— for operating room ....".".','., 46 bag* picked 

White and colored volunteers . 2 990 

<Ur] Scouts ]' ]63 



*** CHARITY HOSPITAL,— 1958-1959 



ANNUAL REPORT 

CLASSES FOR CONVALESCENTS 

July I, 1958 — June 30, 1959 

CLASS FOR WHITE CONVALESCENTS (W. 900) 
Instructor, Selma K. Fasting, M.A. 

Enrollment Boys 

Total enrolled during session ....... 188 

Average dally enrollment 9 

CLASS FOR COLORED CONVALESCENTS (C. 900) 
Instructor, Luetla G. Cavalier, B.A. 

Enrollment Boya 

Total enrolled during session C^ 

Average dally enrollment )] 6 

CLASS FOR WHITE ADOLESCENTS (W. 400) 
Instructor, Phllo F. Jackson. M.A. 

Enrollment 

Total enrolled during session 

Average daily enrollment 

Respectfully submitted, 

/S/ SELMA K. FASTING 

Selma K. Fasting, M.A., Teacher- in- Charge 
Classes For Convalescents, Charity Hospital 



Girls 


Total 


105 


2SS 


7 


1* 



Girls 


Total 


56 


IIS 


6 


11 



Boy* 


Girls 


Total 


63 


45 


10S 


7 


5 


1! 



POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 1S5 



ANNUAL REPORT 

POLIOMYELITIS CENTER 

July 1, 1958 — June 30, 19S9 

The Polio Center, located in the Lapcyre Mlltenberffer Home for Con- 
valescents, occupies second floor. Isolation, convalescent, and iron Inns 
patients are all housed in this area. 

This year a total of thirty-nine patients were admitted with a daily 
peak census of sixteen in October 1958. Of the total admissions, twenty- 
nine were diagnosed and treated for poliomyelitis. Ten were non-polio. 
There were seven respirator cases and five deaths, two of whie-h were 
polio and three non-polio. 

Early In the summer of 1959 there was an Influx of polio patients, and 
t was felt necessary to recruit one nurse through Red Cross to supplement 
nursing staff. This was done, and nursing care load was eased considerably. 

During the year, W 4 C TB Pediatric patients were moved from fourth 
floor to third floor of this building, and the cage storage area in the base- 
ment was converted Into a record room facility fur (ho entire hospital. 

In 1958 the low census and minimal admission rate seemed to Indicate 
that the Salk vaccine might have eliminated polio as an epidemic disease, 
but the mriux of patients in 1959 made it apparent that there was still 
much work to be done before we could discount the threats of this disease. 

Respectfully submitted by 
/s/ Z. E. GOURLET. R.N. 

Z. E. Gouriey, R.N, 

Assistant Supervisor 



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