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Duke University Medical Center, InterCom
April 1965
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employee of SPDC. Mr. and Mrs.
Horton are now living in Henderson,
Department of Surgery
Dr. and Mrs. Dale Ensor (urology),
a daughter, on March 23.
Mrs. Betty Blalock (thoracic sur
gery office), a son, on March 17.
Mrs. H. Michael (Barbara) Feret-
tino, a daughter, Gina Michelle, on
December 10, 1964. Barbara is secre
tary to Dr. Delford Stickel.
Hospital Business Office
Mrs. Elaine H. Tunstall has joined
the evening staif of the Hospital
Business Office insurance department.
She replaces Mrs. Barbara Davies,
who has moved from Durham.
Nursing Service
Miss Norma Harris has returned
from an educational leave of absence
and is working with the Renal Trans
plant Team.
Mrs. Verna Sticht has recently re
turned from two years in Iran and
is working with Dr. W. W. Spradlin
in the Day Unit (see article, page 3).
Occupational Therapy
Dorie Milner has been selected to
serve part-time as an occupational
therapist in the Day Unit, opened in
February by the Department of Psy
chiatry (see article, page 3).
We w'ould like to welcome Mrs.
Jackie Greenway as a new secretary
in Pediatrics. Jackie, who formerly
worked in the X-ray Department, is
replacing Susan Strickland who left
the Department of Pediatrics in Jan
The Department would also like to
welcome a new lab technician in the
Pediatric Lab, Mrs. Linda Billings.
Linda transferred from the Pediatric
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, North Carolina
Outpatient Department where she
was appointment secretary. Mrs. Lee
Shepperson replaced Linda as ap
pointment secretary.
Department of Psychiatry
Miss Lynda Lowery has joined the
staff of the Day Unit as a psychology
New secretarial staff includes: Miss
Karen Carlson, Inpatient Service;
Mrs. Jean Pace, EEG Lab; Miss Jill
Galloway, Sensitivity Research; and
Miss Della Bouchard, Child Guidance
New technicians are: Mrs. Mary
Jane Huneycutt, Dr. Feather’s lab,
and Mrs. Jeanne Burnett, Psycho-
physiological Lab.
Mrs. Jane O’Brien is now with the
Compensation and Liability Office.
Department of Surgery
Those who have recently left and
those who will soon be leaving the
Department of Surgery are: Margot
Crossland (Rehabilitation Office),
Katherine Kiser (Department of Sur
gery office), Jacquelin Lancaster
(Neurosurgery), and Linda Scroggie
(Rehabilitation Office).
New employees in the department
include: Maureen Baba (Ophthal
mology), Ann Lesane (secretary in
the Duke Thromboembolic Unit), and
Mary Mooney (Department of Sur
gery office).
Rose Hagen is transferring from
the Surgical Resident’s Office to Dr.
Donald Silver’s office.
Miss Dorothy Tate, Director of Di
etetics, was guest speaker at the
monthly meeting of the Raleigh Di
etetic Association on March 15. She
also participated in the Food Service
Supervisors Institute held in Raleigh
on March 30-April 1.
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Occupational Therapy
Dorie Milner will be going to New
Orleans, La. on May 16 to attend a
training institute on “Group Pro
cesses for Psychiatric Occupational
Therai>ists. ’ ’ Dorie expects the train
ing institute to be very helpful in
her new work in the Duke Day Unit
(see article, page 3).
Mary Lennon has recently returned
from Evanston, Illinois, where she
took a week’s course on “Upper Ex
tremity Prosthetics” at Northwestern
LTniversity. Following the Evanston
trip, Mary vacationed in Wisconsin.
Physical Therapy
Sue Espenshade and Emy Villanu
eva attended the APTA-VRA work
shop for physical therapy teachers
which was held in Lincoln, Nebraska
March 28-April 2.
Helen Kaiser was a member of the
joint accrediting AMA-APTA team
which visited the School of Physical
Therapy at Boston University, Febru
ary 9-12.
Department of Surgery
Dr. Gardner reports from Florida
that he is enjoying fishing and re
laxing. We all miss him and look
forward to his return!
Mrs. Jackie Guteknnst, research
secretary in the Division of Urology,
and Miss Ginny .Iordan, secretary
to Dr. James F. Glenn, have recently
returned from a meeting held at
Roswell Park Memorial Institute,
Buffalo, N. Y. The meeting was at
tended bj’ secretaries who will be in
volved in the Surgical Adjuvant
Bladder Project. Duke is one of
eleven medical centers particij)ating
in this project.
Physical Therapy
Miss Eleanor Flanagan has been
reappointed by Governor Dan K.
Moore to the North Carolina State
Examining Committee of Physical
Therapists. She will serve a three
year term.
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