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DISCRIMINATION PROHIBITED THlo VI of the 
Civil Rights Act of 1964 states: "No petson in 
the United States shall, on the ground of race, 
color, or national origin, bo excluded from par- 
ticipation in, be denied the benefits of, or be 
subjected to discrimination under any program or 
activity leceiving Federal financial assistance. " 
Therefore, the Hill-Burton Program, like every 
program or activity teceiving financial assistance 
from the U.S. Department of Health, Education, 
and Welfare, must be operated in compliance 
with this law. 




Hill- Burton Program 



U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE 

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE 
Health Services and Mental Health Administration 

ealth Facilities Planning and Construction Service 

Rockvllle, Mtf. 20852 



PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE PUBLICATION NO. 930-G-3 
Revised 1970 

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, 

U.S. Government Printing Office 
Washington, D.C. 20402 - Price 30 cents 



or the past 24 years, the publication of guidelines 
on the design, construction, and opeiation of hospi- 
tal and medical facilities has been an important 
phase of the Hill-Burton Progiam. 

he format of this annotated bibliography, now in 
its fifth tevision, has been changed to reflect a new 
policy which eliminates the division of publications 
into categories. In the fufruie, whenever applicable, 
publications will include functional progiaming, 
equipment options, and design alternatives. Thus, 
publications will no longer be classified under such 
categories as organization-administration or design- 
equipment. This transitional bibliography, there- 
fore, lists publications alphabetically under a 
numbei of subjects. 

n added featuie of this bibliography is the listing 
of newsletters and audiovisual aids. These are 
presented separately for ease in locating and re- 
questing such materials. 

|t is hoped that this revised bibliography will be 
helpful to those seeking information in the hospital 
and health facility field. 




Harald M. Graning, M 
Assistant Surgeon General 
Director, Health Facilities Planning 
and Construction Service 



FREE COPIES 

Free single copies of all publications in this 
bibliography may be obtained from: 

Health Facilities Planning and 

Construction Service 
Health Services and Mental Health 

Administration 
U.S. Department of Health, Education, 

and Welfare 
Rockville, Maryland 20852 

f Items marked with an asterisk (*) are available 
only from the Service and aie not for sale. 

Please identify completely each publication 
requested. Please type or print return address. 

' PURCHASES 

Numbered publications for which prices aie 
quoted may be purchased from: 

Superintendent of Documents 
U.S. Government Printing Office 
Washington, D. C. 20402 

DO NOT SEND CASH OR POSTAGE STAMPS. 
Send a check or money order made out to the 
Superintendent of Documents. Government 
Printing Office coupons also may be used. Be 
sure to identify completely each publication 
ordered, including the following information: 

Title . . , PHS Publication No. . . Quantity 
Price per copy . . . Total price 



Foreword Mi 

Where to Write for Publications iv 

Bibliography 1 

Central Seivices 1 

Dietary 3 

Education 5 

Electrical and Electronics 6 

Environmental Health 8 

Equipment 13 

Hill-Burton Requirements 14 

Hill-Burton Reports 16 

Inpatient Care 19 

Medical Records 20 

Obstetrics 21 

Outpatient Services 22 

Pharmacy 23 

Safety 24 

Sharing 25 

Miscellaneous 26 

Newsletters 28 

Audiovisual Aids 30 

D HEW Regional Offices 33 

Instructions to Requestor 38 

Mailing Label 38 

Request Form 39 



Bibliography . . . 



ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS OF HOSPITAL CENTER 
MEDICAL AND SURGICAL SUPPLY SERVICES. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-12; Maich 1966; 

37 pages; 30 cents. 

Presents a compilation of articles dealing with 
various factors to be considered in Hie administration 
of central medical and surgical supply services in 
hospitals. 

A MANUAL FOR HOSPITAL CENTRAL MEDICAL AND 
SURGICAL SUPPLY SERVICES. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-13; 1966; 106 pages; 

70 cents. 

Presents procedural guidelines for the operation of 
central medical and surgical supply services in 
hospitals. In addition to general considerations 
and scope of services, chapters are devoted to 
collecting and leceiving, cleaning and assembling, 
care of portable equipment, preparation of special 
supplies and equipment {including treatment trays 
and sets), sterile linen processing, chemical disin- 
fection, sterilization, storage and inventory, and 
dispensing of supplies and equipment. This publi- 
cation is intended as a ready reference for the 
supervisor and personnel of the CMSSS in cairying 
out day-to-day activities. (NOTE: Information on 
the trays and sets illustrated on pages 31-66 are 
available on 5- by 8-inch cards for $1 .50 per set 
from the Government Piinting Office. These may 
be ordered by Catalog No. FS 2.74/3:C-13 cards. 

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They are listed as "Treatment Trays and Sets Pre- 
pared in the Hospital Central Medical and Suigical 
Supply Services." Your order and remittance should 
be sent to the Supeiintendent of Documents/ U.S. 
Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. 
20402.) 

A STUDY OF HOSPITAL CENTRAL MEDICAL AND 
SURGICAL SUPPLY SERVICES. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-10; 1965; by John R. 

McGibony, Marie M. Lech, and Ella H. Davis; 

41 pages. 

Reports a study of the functioning of the Central 
Medical and Surgical Supply Services in 251 
non-Federal short-term general hospitals. 
Organization, scope of services, physical facil- 
ities and equipment, problems in operation, and 
suggestions for planning these services are dis- 
cussed. 



*D1ETARY CONSULTATION BENEFITS SMALL 
HOSPITAL 

Repiint from HOSPITAL PROGRESS, May 1968; by 
Anne Claire Donovan; 3 pages. 

Offeis guidelines and shows how a dieraiy consult- 
ant can save money, Hme, and labor in the design 
and planning of the small hospital's dietary depart- 
ment, 

*THE DIETITIAN'S ROLE IN PLANNING FACILITIES 
Reprint from HOSPITAL PROGRESS, October 1966; 
by Anne Claire Donovan; 4 pages. 

Discusses the role of the dietitian in education, 
research, and planning for health facilities. 

*FOOD WASTE DISPOSERS AND CONTAMINATION 
Reprint from HOSPITAL PROGRESS, October 1969; 
by Water H. Jopke, Duane R. Hass, and Anne 
Claire Donovan; 4 pages. 

Discusses findings of the first phase of a 3-year 
study project to determine the level and pattern 
of contamination in hospital dishwashing facil- 
ities. The study, sponsored by the Hill-Burton 
Program, was conducted at the Univeisity of 
Minnesota, School of Public Health. 



HOSPITAL DIETARY SERVICES: A PLANNING GUIDE, 
PHS Publication No. 930-C-ll; 1966; by Anne 
Claire Donovan and Otville B. Ives; 68 pages; 
45 cents. 

Presents guidelines foi planning a centialized 
hospital dietary service. Methods of operation, 
equipment, space requirements, physical design, 
and services contemplated aie reviewed. Emphasis 
is given to the need for flexibility in planning. 

^SELECTED REFERENCES ON 

Administration; Dietary Department 
Aseptic Technic: Dietary Department 
Automation: Dietary Department 
Centralization: Dietary Depairment 
Convenience Foods 
Food Conveyors 
Food Service 

SURVEY OF CONTRACT MANAGEMENT FIRMS 
SERVICING DIETARY DEPARTMENTS 

Reprints from HOSPITALS, June 16, 1968; 

by Anne Claire Donovan and Geraldtne E. 

Ehrlich; 5 pages. 

Reports the results of a survey of 20 food 
service contract management firms operating 
in hospitals and nursing homes. 



*THE PATIENT AS HEALTH STUDENT. 

Reprint from HOSPITALS, March 16, 1970; by 
Michael Lesparre; 6 pages. 

Discusses the deliberations of an invitational 
conference on patient education, conducted by 
the American Hospital Association in October 
1969 and financed, in part, by the Health Facil- 
ities Planning and Construction Service, 

*THE CARE AND CLEANING OF HOUSEKEEPING 
EQUIPMENT AND THE STORAGE ROOM; A 
PROGRAMMED COURSE FOR HOUSEKEEPING 
PERSONNEL. 

Programmed instruction text; June 1970; 62 pages. 

Instructs housekeeping personnel in rhe importance 
of keeping housekeeping equipment and storage room 
clean and of taking care of equipment. Its arrange- 
ment permits the employee to proceed at his own 
learning speed. 

*PRINCIPLES OF INFECTION CONTROL. 

Programmed instruction text; June 1970; 80 pages. 

Instructs housekeeping personnel in the importance 

of their work in controlling infection. This programmed 

course permits the employee to proceed at his own pace. 

*SELECTED REFERENCES ON 

Health Education 
Patient Education 



ELECTRONICS FOR HOSPITAL PATIENT CARE. 
PHS Publication No. 930-D-25; 1968; by 
Noyce L. Giiffin; 66 pages; 70 cents. 

Revises and expands Publication No, 930-D-12, 
"Electionic and Related Electrical Equipment in 
Hospitals, " and reports a recent study of cuirent 
practices of electronic monitoring of patients, needs 
of facilities and equipment, and trends in the use of 
electronics. Additional details, statistics and illus- 
trations are included in the appendixes. 

HOSPITAL ELECTRICAL FACILITIES. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-16; revised January 1969; 
by Noyce L. Griffin; 36 pages; 50 cents. 

Presents up-to-dqte guidelines for the provision of 
adequate electrical facilities for hospitals. Codes 
and standards, service mains, electric power systems, 
equipment, and communication systems. 

THE HOSPITAL ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH1C 
SUITE. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-13; by Noyce L. 

Griffin; 15 pages; 20 cents. 

Discusses the function of the hospital electroenceph- 
alographic suite in teims of architectural and equip- 
ment requirements. Location of the suite/ adequate 



space, lighting, air conditioning, and shielding 
are among the topics discussed. Plans, illustrations, 
and an equipment list are included, 

LIGHTING FOR HOSPITAL PATIENT ROOMS. 
PHS Publication No. 930-D-3; October 1962 
(Reprinted June 1967); 37 pages; 35 cents. 

Reports a two-part study to determine lighting 
requirements for hospital patient rooms, to 
develop lighting criteria, and to recommend 
methods of providing illumination in patient rooms 
that most economically and satisfactorily meet the 
needs of patients and the hospital staff. A tenta- 
tive code of lighting levels and brightnesses which 
was developed during the study is included. 



DESIGN FEATURES AFFECTING ASEPSIS IN THE 
HOSPITAL. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-9; revised 1966; by 

Richard P. Gaulin; 10 pages; 15 cents. 

Tieats hospital design in terms of helping to pievent 
the development and spread of infection. The problem 
areas aie discussed in detail and suggestions ate made 
for design features that facilitate good aseptic practice, 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF THE HOSPITAL 

Volume!: INFECTION CONTROL. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-15; December 1966; 
67 pages; 45 cents. 

Outlines the history and piesent status of the hospital 
as a community health center and a clinical setting., 
reviews principles of bacteriology and epidemiology, 
and discusses infection contiol piocedures including 
sterilization and decontamination. This publication 
is the first of a series devoted to guidelines for develop- 
ing environmental control programs in the hospital. 

Volume 11: SUPPORTIVE DEPARTMENTS. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-16; March 1967; 53 pages; 
40 cents. 

Deals with the supportive departments of the hospital 
with special reference to their role in environmental 



control. This publication, the second in a series 
lelated to hospital environmental contiol, presents 
hospital dietaiy service. Methods of operation, 
equipment, space requirements, physical design, 
and services contemplated are reviewed. Emphasis 
is given to the need for flexibility in planning. 

Volume III: SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-17; July 1967; 49 
pages; 40 cents. 

Enumerates safety principles and practices in the 
four main areas of lisk within the modern hospital; 
fire and disaster, radiation, laboratory accidents, 
and flammable gases. The fundamentals are presented 
for use in progiam planning and employee supervision. 

Volume IV: ADMINISTRATIVE ASPECTS. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-18; August 1967; 
30 pages; 25 cents. 

Discusses administrative aspects of hospital environ- 
mental contiol programs including general principles, 
voluntary standards, relationships with health agen- 
cies, and legal aspects. 

*ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES MAKE THE 
DIFFERENCE. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-14; leaflet; Revised 
1970. 4 pages. 

Describes how Public Health Service publications, 



education, and consultation on health facilities 
environment contribute to bettei patient care. 

^ENVIRONMENTAL SANITATION 

Reprint from HOSPITALS, April 1, 1967; by Robert 
L. Schaeffet; 3 pages. 

Provides a review of llteiature in the field of hospi- 
tal environmental sanitation dui ing 1966. Mechanisms 
for infection control, improved housekeeping methods; 
and design factors affecting environmental control are 
among the subjects reported, 

FOLLOW THESE STEPS TO INFECTION CONTROL 
Reprint from MODERN NURSING HOME, 
November-December 1969; by Dick K. 
Riemensnider; 2 pages. 

Discusses ways to control and keep infectious 
organisms from spreading in nursing homes. 

"MAINTAINING ADEQUATE VENTILATION IN 
PATIENT CARE INSTITUTIONS 

Reprint from HOSPITALS, April 17, 1967; by 
Marvin E. Monk; 3 pages. 

Discusses the hospital engineer's role in controlling 
air-borne contamination and the important factors 
in a properly functioning ventilation system. 



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*THE MEASUREMENT OF FLOOR DIRT 

Reprint from the JOURNAL OF ENVIRON- 
MENTAL HEALTH, January-February 1964; 
by Robert J. Weatheiby; 11 pages. 

Describes a surface soil sampling device which 
is used to measure objectively the amount of 
dirt on floors. 

*PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF SURFACE SAMPLING 
Reprint from HOSPITALS, April 16, 1968; 
by Robeit L. Schaeffer; 4 pages. 

Warns against misuse of surface sampling 
techniques in environmental control in health 
facilities. Describes what surface sampling 
can and cannot do and when and where it 
should be used. 

*SELECTED REFERENCES ON 
Disinfection 
Hospital Carpeting 
Hospital Infections Control 
Hospital Laundry and Linen 
Hospital Solid Wastes 
Inhalation Therapy Service 

*SELECTION AND USE OF DISINFECTANTS IN 
HEALTH FACILITIES. 

September 1968; 120 pages. 

Provides information on the disinfection 
of equipment, supplies and building 
surfaces. This publication presents papers 
from a training course on "Sterilization 



and Chemical Disinfection for Hospitals" held in 
Albany, N.Y., Sept. 27-28, 1967. 

*SETTING STANDARDS FOR AIR IN OPERATING ROOMS 
Reprint from HOSPITALS, September 16, 1967; by 
Vinson R. Oviatt; 2 pages. 

Discusses the problem of establishing standards of air 
purity for operating rooms and other critical aieas 
in hospitals. 

'STATUS REPORT-DISPOSAL OF SOLID WASTES 
Reprint from HOSPITALS, December 16, 1968; 
by Vinson R. Oviatt; 4 pages. 

Discusses solid waste disposal systems currently used 
in hospitals, research dhected toward improved systems/ 
and factors contributing toward a sucessful solid wastes 
management program. 



"SELECTED REFERENCES ON 

Hospital Equipment, Vol. 1, No. 1 

Hospital Equipment, Vol. 1, No. 2 

Hospital Equipment, Vol , 1, No. 3 

Hospital Equipment, Vol. 2, No. 1 

Note: See also the newsletter, "Hill-Burton 
Equipment Consultative Notes," page 
28, and the slide presentation on "The 
Right Equipment is Vital in Health Care," 
page 31, for additional information on 
equipment. 



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hill-burton requirements 



AID FOR COMMUNITY HOSPITALS AND OTHER 
HEALTH FACILITIES: FACTS FOR HILL-BURTON 
APPLICANTS. 

PHS Pubication No. 403; Revised 1965; 4 pages; 

5 cents. 

Outlines the kinds of facilities eligible to receive 
Federal assistance under the provisions of the Hospi- 
tal and Medical Facilities Amendments of 1964, 
which levised and extended the Hill-Burlon program; 
describes the steps community leaders may take to 
obtain assistance in constructing eligible facilities; 
explains the priority system; and lists the State 
agencies administering the program. 

GENERAL STANDARDS OF CONSTRUCTION AND 
EQUIPMENT FOR HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL 
FACILITIES. 

PHS Publication No. 930-A-7; Revised February 

1969; 50 pages; 35 cents. 

Presenrs the construction and equipment standards 
required by the Hill-Burton piogram. 

LABOR STANDARDS: QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. 
PHS Publication No. 930-A-6; February 1967; 
10 pages; 15 cents. 

Presents answers to frequently raised questions on 
the use, administration, and enforcement of the 
Labor Standards applicable to construction projects 
aided by the Hill-Burton program, 



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'PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE REGULATIONS PART 53 
PERTAINING TO THE CONSTRUCTION AND 
MODERNIZATION OF HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL 
FACILITIES. 

Decembei 31, 1967; 8 pages. 

Presents the Public Health Service Regulations 
applicable to the construction of facilities under 
the Hospital and Medical Facilities Amendments 
of 1964, which levised and extended the Hill- 
Burton program. 

*PUBLiC LAW 88-443, TITLE VI ASSISTANCE FOR 
CONSTRUCTION AND MODERNIZATION OF 
HOSPITAL AND OTHER MEDICAL FACILITIES. 
August 18, 1964; 16 pages. 

Presents the Hospital and Medical Facilities 
Amendments of 1964, revising and extending 
the Hill-Burton program. 



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hill-burton reports 



FACTS ABOUT THE HILL-BURTON PROGRAM 

Issued semiannually. Gives selected highlights of 
the Program since its inception in 1946. Tables 
present annual Hill-Burton appropriations, national 
data on projects approved, total costs, and Federal 
share, by type of facility. Also includes State 
statistics on total projects approved, facilities 
provided, and communities served, 

HILL-BURTON IS ... 

PHS Publication No. 930-F-13; Decembei 1968; 
24 pages; 45 cents. 

Piesents the various aspects of the Hill-Burton Program 
through illustrations and commentary. 

ILL-BURTON PROGRAM, 1946-1966: TWO DECADES 
JF PARTNERSHIP FOR BETTER PATIENT CARE. 

PHS Publication No. 930-F-8; August 1966; 52 pages; 

45 cents. 

Presents historical overview of Hill-Burton Program, 
commemorating its 20th anniversary. 



TWO DECADES OF PARTNERSHIP FOR BETTER PATIENT 
CARE: HILL-BURTON PROGRAM, 1946-1966. 

PHS Publication No. 930-F-9; 16 pages; 15 cents. 

(Short version of 930-F-8) 

Presents highlights of the Hill-Burton Program of 
hospital and health facility construction, commemo- 
lating the program's 20th anniversary. 

HILL-BURTON PROGRAM: PROGRESS REPORTS. 
JULY 1, 1947- JUNE 30, 1969. 

PHS Publication No. 930-F-3; 68 pages. 

Issued annually. 

Summarizes the projects approved under the 
Hospital and Medical Facilities (Hill-Burton) 
Program for July 1, 1947, through fiscal year 
1969. This annual report includes highlights of 
the Program, annual Hill-Burton appropriations 
and summary data on projects, total costs, and 
Federal share, by type of facility and type of 
control . Data by size of community and resulting 
bed capacity of the facility are summarized for 
the last five fiscal years of the program. Appendix 
tables present detailed State data for each category 
of facility. 

*HILL-BURTON PROJECT REGISTER. 
Published annually. 

Lists all Hill-Burton projects approved since the 
enactment of the Program, giving name and location 
of facility, project number, type of control, status 
of construction, type of facility, beds provided, 
type of construction, total cost, and Federal share. 
Also includes national and State summaries of 



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the number of projects appioved since the begin- 
ning of the program and during the latest fiscal 
year. 

HILL-BURTON STATE PLAN DATA: A NATIONAL 
SUMMARY AS OF JANUARY 1, 1968. 

PHS Publication No. 930-F-2; 104 pages; $1 .00 

Issued annually. 

Summarizes data from the latest approved Hill- 
Burton State Plans on non-Federal general and 
tuberculosis hospitals, long-term care facilities 
(including skilled nursing homes), public health 
and diagnostic or treatment centers, and rehabil- 
itation facilities. Includes national and Sfate 
data on total existing facilities and beds, those 
needed to be added and those programed for 
modernization. In addition, statistics show the 
classification by the States of total bed capacity 
as conforming or nonconforming to minimum 
Federal standards relating to construction and 
patient safety. 

GUIDELINES FOR HOSPITAL MODERNIZATION. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-20; reprint from THE 
MODERN HOSPITAL, March 1965; by August 
Hoenack; 7 pages; 15 cents. 

Presents guidelines to assist hospital administrators 
in determining whether modernization of old facil- 
ities is economically feasible. Since modernization 
funds are now available under the revised Hill-Burton 
program, physical facilities will need evaluation 
before a decision is made to build or modernize. 
The architectural problems which may arise are dis- 
cussed. 



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'EXPERIMENTATION IN MEDICAL HISTORY-TAKING 
Reprint- fiom JOURNAL OF AMERICAN MEDICAL 
ASSOCIATION, November 24, 1969; by Donald 
Simborg; 3 pages. 

Describes and evaluates vaiious new techniques 
undei experimentation for medical history-taking 
and compares them to the traditional patient- 
physician dialogue method. 

INTENSIVE CARE. 

Biochure regarding film on intensive care units; 
1964. 

Gives highlights of film on intensive care in 
hospitals and provides information concerning use 
and availabil ity. 

*SELECTED REFERENCES ON 
Intensive Care 

Intermediate (Short-Term) Care 
Long-Term Care 
Progressive Patient Care 
Self Care 



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*ARE STATISTICS SEEKERS GETTING THE RIGHT 
ANSWERS? 

Reprint from HOSPITAL TOPICS, August 1969; 
by Erna Jantzen; 4 pages. 

Report's results of a Hill-Burton funded study of 
requests received by hospitals for statistical 
information. The volume of questionnaires, variety 
and scope of questions, and the variability of possible 
Interpretations of questions ate among the problems 
discussed. 



SELECTED REFERENCES ON 

Administrative Responsibility: Medical Records 
Dictation and Recording: Medical Records 
Filing and Numbering: Medical Records 
Medico-Legal Aspects: Medical Records 
Patient Records 



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PLANNING THE LABOR-DELIVERY UNIT IN THE 
GENERAL HOSPITAL. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-15; 1964; 16 pages; 

20 cents. 

Provides guidelines foi construction or remodeling 
of labor-delivery facilities. In addition to out- 
lining the labor-delivery unit functions and the 
equipment and physical facilities needed, the 
publication includes an architectural plan of a 
unit designed to accommodate 1,500 biiths per 
year. 

PLANNING NURSERIES FOR NEWBORN IN THE 

GENERAL HOSPITAL. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-5; 1962; prepared 
by O. Bernard Ives; 26 pages; 25 cents, 

Presents recommendations for planning nurseries 
for newborn infants. Included are plans showing 
design and arrangement of nurseries that meet 
the standards developed during a 2-year study. 
An equipment list is also presented. This 
publication was prepared in consultation with 
the Children's Bureau and the American Academy 
of Pediatrics. 



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FACTS AND TRENDS ON HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT 
SERVICES. 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-6; June 1964; 24 pages; 

25 cents. 

Discusses the tole of hospital outpatient services 
in light of changing social and economic trends / the 
factors to be considered in planning such services, 
and the data required for planning. In addition to 
compiling statistical Information on outpatient services, 
the publication contains a section on definitions and 
terminology as a guide to more effective communica- 
tion in the field. 

*HOW IS YOUR PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER? 

PHS Publication No. 930-F-12; 1967; folder 

Highlights Hill-Burton aid for the construction of 
public health centers and lists questions which a 
well-organized center should answer affirmatively. 

*SELECTED REFERENCES ON 

Emergency Suite Administration 

Home Care 

Medical Audit in the Outpatient Department 

Medical Staffing of the Emergency Department 

Multiphasic Screening 

Outpatient Department Administration 



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DRUG DISTRIBUTION IN HOSPITALS 

PHS Publication No. 930-C-19; June 1969; 
27 pages; 35 cents. 

Presents six articles on new concepts and systems 
of drug distribution in hospitals, reprinted from 
HOSPITALS, December 1, 1968. The continuing 
responsibility of the pharmacist from selection to 
administration of medications is emphasized. 

"SELECTED REFERENCES ON 

Automation in Hospital Pharmacy 

Drug Distribution Systems 

Drug Information Centers and Adverse AcHons 

Drug Packaging 

Intravenous Additives 

Medical Error and Law 

Unit Dose Dispensing 



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FALLOUT PROTECTION FOR HOSPITALS. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-23; 1968; 27 pages; 
30 cents. 

Reports a study of design features to piovide piotec- 
tion foi hospitals against tadioactive fallout. A 
hospital of 150- to 200-bed capacity was selected 
for study. A site plan and floor plans for the hospital 
and for the fallout-piotected unit are included. 
Standards foi protection against radioactive fallout 
caused by a nucleai explosion are discussed. Shelter 
space, ait and water supply, plumbing, sanitation, 
heating, electiic power, food supplies, and sleeping 
arrangements are among the subjects covered. In 
addition to these plans and criteria fot constructing 
a new hospital with a fallout-protected unit, the 
repoit gives suggestions for adding a piotected unit 
to an existing hospital. (This publication supersedes 
PHS Publication No. 791, published in 1962 under 
the same title.) 

FIRE PREVENTION IN HOSPITALS. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-21; reprint from the 
MODERN HOSPITAL, July 1965; by Julian Smariga; 
9 pages; 10 cents. 

Discusses five steps in planning foi fire safety and 
emphasizes the application of the basic principles 
of fire safety in the design, construction, operation, 
and maintenance of hospitals. Information on the 
origin and causes of hospital files, hospital fire 
injuries, and types of fire extinguishes is included. 



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* THE MOST FOR THE LEAST THROUGH SHARING. 
PHS Publication No. 930-B-5; 1968; folder. 

Urges hospitals and related health care facilities 
to establish effective partnership arrangements 
with other community health resources with a view 
toward providing comprehensive services at the 
lowest possible cost. Examples of sharing services/ 
facilities, equipment, and manpower are noted. 

*SELECTED REFERENCES ON 
Shared Services 

Note: See also section on "Sharing" in "Selected Refer- 
ences on Hospital Equipment," page 13, and the 
slide presentation on "Are You Sharing?" listed 
on page 31 . 



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EFFECTS OF GLAZING AND BUILDING ORIENTATION 
ON HOSPITAL AIR-CONDITIONING COSTS. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-18; May 1965; by 

Kenneth L. Credle; 15 cents. 

Discusses some of the implications of the trend 
toward the use of large expanses of glass in exterior 
walls of hospitals. The effects of this design fealure 
on air-conditioning costs are considered. 

THE HOSPITAL LAUNDRY. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-24; November 1966; 
28 pages; 25 cents. 

Presents guidelines for planning and designing an 
efficient and effective laundry service for hospitals 
ranging in size from 75 to 300 beds. A suggested 
equipment list is included. 

HOSPITAL SERVICES IN THE U.S.S.R. 

PHS Publication No. 930-F-lO; November 1966; 
76 pages; 45 cents. 

Presents a report of the U.S. delegation on hospital 
systems planning which visited the U.S.S.R. , June 
26-July 16, 1965, as part of the cultural exchange 
program existing between the United States and the 
Soviet Union since 1955. In addition to studying 
hospital planning and the hospital system of the 
U.S.S.R., the delegation observed the relationship 
of medical care, of health services education, and 
of research into hospital operation. 

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RADIOISOTOPE FACILITIES IN THE GENERAL 

HOSPITAL. 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-22; January 1966; by 
Samuel C. Ingraham III, Mark Barnett, and Wilbur R, 
Taylor; 8 pages; 15 cents. 

Provides basic guidelines for the planning of ladio- 
isotope facilities in the general hospital for use by 
architects, planners, and administrators. 

^SELECTED REFERENCES ON 
Workman's Compensation 

SELECTED STUDIES IN BUILDING RESEARCH 

PHS Publication No. 930-D-26; 1970; 100 pages; 
(In process.) 

Lists research projects in the field of technology 
with possible application to the design and 
construction of health facilities. 



"A & E TECHNICAL NOTES 

Issued by the Office of Architecture and Engineer- 
ing, Health Facilities Planning and Construction 
Service on an intermittent basis. 

Provides information helpful to architects and 
engineers dealing with technical aspects of 
design and construction of health facilities. 

*HILL-BURTON CONSULTATION NOTES 

Issued by the Office of Consultation on Hospital 
Functions, Health Facilities Planning and Construc- 
tion Service on an intermittent basis. 

Provides information for those interested in the 
organization, administration, and functional 
planning of health facilities. 

"HILL-BURTON EQUIPMENT CONSULTATIVE NOTES 
Issued by the Office of Equipment Consultation, 
Health Facilities Planning and Construction 
Service on an intermittent basis. 

Provides information concerning various aspects 
of health facility equipment. 



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*H1LL-BURTON NOTES 

Issued by the Office of Information/ Health 
Facilities Planning and Construction Service. 

Reports Hill-Buiton activities and news items 
of special interest to program officials and staff. 

Note: Requests to be placed on the mailing list for 

the newsletters should be diiected to the issuing 
office . 



FILM 

Intensive Caie 

25-minute coloi, sound, motion picture which 
answers many questions on how to set up an 
Intensive Caie unit. 

This film may be borrowed at no cost for limited 
time petiods. Requests should be made at least 
two weeks in advance of showing date. If possible, 
alternative dates should be given. Requests for 
loan or puichase should be directed to; 

NATIONAL MEDICAL AUDIOVISUAL 

CENTER 

National Library of Medicine, NIH 

Public Health Service 

Atlanta, Geoigia 30333 

FILMSTRIP 

European Facilities for the Mentally Retarded 

A 40-minute sound, coloi, filmstrip showing 
facilities for mentally letarded in several 
European countries visited by a Public Health 
Service architect. 



Foi information legarcling the availability 
of this filmstrip, please contact 

Mr. A, Rorke Vanston 
Division of Mental Retardation 
Rehabilitation Services Administration 
Social and Rehabilitation Service 
U.S. Department of Health, Education, 

and Welfare 
Washington, D. C. 20201 

SLIDE PRESENTATIONS 

Aie You Shaiing? 

A 5-minute slide presentation illustrating how 
a number of health facilities have implemented 
the sharing concept which is being encouraged 
to help stem the tising cost of medical caie 
while maintaining or improving the quality of 
care. Examples of shared health facilities, 
services, equipment, and manpower aie shown, 

The Right Equipment is Vital in Health Caie 

A 4-minute slide presentation on the lole of the 
Hill-Burton Program in the planning, building, . 
and equipping of hospitals and other health 
facilities. The primary focus is on equipment, 
with planning for efficiency and safety, innova- 
tions in medical care and their influence on 
medical equipment, and aids to informed equip- 
ment selection among the topics highlighted. 



Public Health Center 

A 5-minute slide piesentation illustrating public 
health center design and services. The role of 
the public health centei as the focus of preventive 
medical care is featured along with Hill-Burton 
aid in the construction and modernization of these 
and other health facilities. 

Note; Inquiries concerning the availability of slide 

presentations should be directed to the Regional 
Office which serves your State. (See list on 
pages 33-35), 

These slides may be borrowed at no cost for limited 
time periods for presentation to groups of 25 or more, 
Requests should be made at least three weeks in 
advance of use . 

A 35 mm. projector and tape recorder are required 
for slide presentations. Script will be provided. 



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