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    Duke Hospital, InterGom
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Hospital Business Office
Mr. James W. Anderson joins the
administrative staii' as business of
ficer succeeding' Mr. Leonard C.
Small who resigned to enter private
biisiness. Mr. Anderson is in charge
of hospital bnsiness affairs including
admissions, insurance, accounts re
ceivable and collections.
lie received the liachelor of Busi
ness Administration degree from the
University of Miami in 1951 and be
came a CPA in 1950. Before coming
to Duke Mr. Anderson spent five
years in the IJ. S. Internal Revenue
Service and prior to that he was as
sociated w’ith tlie Gary Tobacco Com
pany, a subsidiarj’ of Liggett &
Myers, in Samsun, Turkey, lie is
married to the former Betty Newton
of Durham.
Mr. John A. Salmon, Jr., chief
admitting officer, has resigned to ac
cept the position of collection man
ager of the Mission Memorial Hos
pital in Asheville. A member of
the Duke staff since 1958, Mr. Salmon
assumed his new duties last moutli.
Misses Cecile Louise Crosby and
Judith Miller, high school seniors,
are part time employees of tlie Hos
pital business offce under the diversi
fied occupations program of the Dur
ham High School. Cecile is receiving
office training in the insurance divi
sion and Judy in the bookkeeping de
partment.
Mrs. Beverly Wilkins and Mrs.
Mary Elizabeth Jones have joined the
staff of the hospital insurance de-
l)artment.
Mrs. llikla Parker, formerly of the
bookkeeping department, has becoau;
secretary to Mr. J. W. Anderson and
is also carrying out duties related to
government and ageu(;y jirograms.
Mrs. Betty Martin recently joined the
business office for similar duties. Mrs.
Nellie Wilkins fills Mrs. Parker’s
vacancy in the bookkeej)ing dei)art-
ment.
The business office also welcomes
Mrs. Elsie Hall, Mrs. Beth (Jilbert,
and Mrs. Selnui Stone as casiiierw
and Miss Merrill -lean Williamson to
the addressogra))h departnu^iit.
Physical Therapy
Physical tliera])y weh;omes two new
staff members. Miss Jean Downs,
from Canton, N. C., joined the staff
in September folk)wing her gradua
tion from the UNC. Miss Ella
Cleary, a native of Cambridge, Mass.
and a graduate of New York Fni-
versity, is temporarily employed in
physical therapy.
Medical Record Library
Medical Records lost Miss (’athy
MoneycTitt but w'elcomes two new em-
ph)yees, Miss Jean Roberts and Mrs.
Nancy Graham.
Anesthesia
Tlie new residents in anestliesia
are: Drs. James S. Barr, Edwin
Coffman, Stuart P. Culi)epper, Jack
M. Mobley, William D. Rippy and
McKim Williams.
Miss Josephine Nicliols lias joined
the de])artment as nurse anesthetist
replacing Miss Pat Ramey.
O^n the Go
A Medical Center Bowling League
luis been formed, meeting at Sport-
land (on the Chai)cl Hill Blvd) every
Tuesday night at (i :U(). The League
is just getting started, but already
the interest seems to be great. About
;J() peoi)le came out to the first uiglit
of bowling last month, so all Medical
Center bowling enthusiasts—new aiul
old—are cordially invited to come
out any Tuesday evening.
A Stork Shower was lield in the
Surgical PDC for Mrs. Becky Um-
stead who left tlie department on
September 27, and a farew'cll jiarty
was held for Mrs. Lucille Uiley,
technician, who has moved to Or
lando, Florida.
The SPD(j’s Business Manager
R. X. Crenshaw attended the ;!5th
(Jinical Managers .Meeting in Dallas
last month and Miss Nelle O’Briant
was a delegate from the Durham
cha])ter of the National Secretaries
Assoc, who attended this association’s
international conference in W’hite
Suli)hur S])rings, West Virginia.
Dr. Leslie B. Holnnan, i)rofessor’
(‘ineritus of psychiatry, was honored
on November :U) at cocktnils and
dinner.
.Mrs. Carol (ladbois and Mrs. Ollie
Danford (Psychiatry) entertained at
tea for Mrs. Nell Andrews. Mrs. Elise
Weston and Mrs. Francos Martin all
of whom will be leaving in January.
The Department of Radiology’s
Division of Radiation Therapy lield
a “Symposiiim on Malignant Dis
ease” on October 28 celebrating the
opening of the new Radiation Ther
apy Divisio)! with (k)balt (>() and
Cesium Therapy. The Symposium
was followed by a barbc'cue dinner
given by Dr. Reeves at Ttiriuiges.
Miss Helen Kaiser, Physical Ther
apy, attended the Council of Physi
cal Therapy School Directors An
nual Meeting held last month in
Chapel Ilill.
On Novend)cr 29 the departments
of Physical & Occupational Therapy,
Dietetics, Nursing, Mediciiui, X-Ray
and Medical Technology ])articipated
in an ojien house for high school and
college students to aecpuiint them
with the various health professions.
-Mrs. J. 11, Bnfkin, head of the
Medical Record Library, recently re
turned from an enjoyable trip to San
Francisco,
Dr, C. R, Stephen was elected presi
dent of the N, C, Society of Anes
thesiologists in September, He has
also during the })resent year been act
ing as secretary of the Association of
University Anesthetists,
Question Box
((’ontiuued from page 2)
()roving cui'reut diagnostic and thera
peutic procedures.
Have any of the facilities in these
new units been made available
through memorial contributions?
Yes.
The Myrtle Bell Lane (’aucer Re
search Laboratory, which will oc-
cu()v one Hoor in the (Clinical Re
search (^Miter, was mad(‘ possible bv
a gift of if!l()(),()()() from the Lane
family in memory of Mrs, Tiane,
Funds for the (jcrontology build
ing were augmented by a i|!5(),()()()
grant from the R, J. Rc'vnolds Foun
dation,
    

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