Wake Forest School of Medicine - Gray Matter Yearbook (Winston Salem, NC)

 - Class of 1945

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Ten can culminate through separate steps in con- strucrion over a period of time. These separate steps are: 1. The first step was to arrange adequate facilities for the housing and class work of our nursing school. The new Sl50,000 nurses' home is nearing completion. 2. Our second step is the construction of a modern out-patient diagnostic building. Plans are finished and applications for priorities made kitchens, laundry. storage, etc. The new South wing will relocate all these facilities and will enlarge them to a size sufficient to care for the final total of between 600 and 700 patients. In addition, it will add 140 beds. Final plans are now ready and application will be made shortly for priorities. This structure will cost no less than S800,000 and study is now being made as to its furnishings. We are assured that sizeable aids will be given by the Baptists of North Caro- lina. for the construction of a large out-patient plant that will cost about S150,000. This is planned to accommodate between -i0 and 50 thousand patients annually, each examination requiring a minimum of one hour. Wle hope this building will suffice for all future needs. but plans have been made to allow for an addition to it. 3. Our third step is a major one and is in- tended to help relieve the bed shortage, Our study showed we should have between 600 and 700 beds and bassinets in order to have a well rounded hospital to serve the needs of our pa- tients and to carry on the proper teaching pro- gram, At present, we have 305 beds and bassi- nets, Before we could add further beds, we also had to add further service facilities such as 4. Our fourth step is the addition of approxi- mately 50 beds to our children's hospital at a cost of about S200,000. 5. The fifth step will be the construction of the Everett Street wing which will add about 200 beds and will cost approximately 51,000,- 000. No definite date has been set for commencing these last two projects, but it is our belief that they are not too distant in the future. We know, and others know, that there is a need and we remain conndent that our program and our work will justify the fulrillment of that needed addi- tional space so that we may render the addi- tional service.

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Private Diagnostic Clinic ,IHF 1ft'NCT1oN or SUCH a mudiral tt-.irhing unit .is the Btvwman Gray Schiml nf Medicine and the N-vrth Cartilina Baptist Hospital is thrcc-fuld. tlj Tu train students and the house staff in the science and the art of medicine: Cl tn futher medical pri-grass hy original rescarclig and UI to givy sick pc-iple the bust pnssiblc care To serve the last-named function a Private Diagnnstic Clinic was organized for the Cu-npcr.1tiNc practice uf medicine, with a staff made up nf twenty-twn members nf thc medical sclu--ml faculty. The clinic is housed un the hrs! Htvnr uf the medical schmvl build- ing, and has the use ut all the lwspital labs-r.1tt-ries, the X-ray de- partment, and the heart station An average uf int-re than une hun- dred patients a day frum all .ner the statt' come tu the clinic Dr, W'ingate M Alnhnsnn, wha is Prnfcssur nf Clinical Medicine, organized the Prixatc Diagnostic Cltnii and serves as its chief Mr Clyde T. Hardy ls business manager Out-Patient Department DR C, Nasir Hrrtrsrnox is the Dirertnr nf this department, Mr. J. Hamitck is the Admitting Othcer, Miss Atha Howell is Public Health Supervtsnr, Mrs. Mary T, Maddrv, Head Nurse, and Miss Nurman Tuten, Secretary. Included in the new building will be .1 new Physiutherapy Department headed by Dr. Robert Moore and Miss M, E. s 11" Q-Assnx 5-19 V Du 'loirxsriw Allen. In additinn there will bc an electrwcardingraph stas tinn under the direction uf Dr Rnbert McMillan The Intcinatinnal Liens Club has supplied .1 cumpletu set -if Ophthaln1nlngic.1l instruments and diagnnstiq equipnmnt for the institute directed by Dr. ji-hn XX'ilsey and Dr. Wil- liam Speas. An unnamed New Ytfrk lady made available Sltilrtllltb fur this building, and the Duke Endowment Ftiundati--n has furnished 520,000 for equipment Hlftrnirniw.Htwxv'Ft1,,1NIAnnm',TUTFN, Harimcx Eleien

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