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Duke University Medical Center, InterGom
June 1965
OPD Central Laboratory as a tech
* * *
Psychiatry also has some new em
ployees : Mrs. Jean Porter, OPC; Mrs.
Barbara Minton, Geriatrics Research;
and Mrs. Mary Scott, Geriatrics BEG
* * *
The Department of Surgery an
nounces three transfers: Judy Fuller
from Dr. Hudson’s area to Surgical
Residents Office; Ann Lesane from
Dr. Silver’s office to Drs. Bassett and
McCollum; and Carol Upchurch from
Dr. Scaly’s office to Dr. Clippinger’s
* # *
A “welcome” is extended to Mrs.
Rena Adderton, who has recently
joined the SPDC Registrar’s Desk.
But it’s “goodbye” to Mrs. Roniaine
Barnes, a nurse in SPDC (Ob/Gyn),
who moves in June to Atlanta,
# * *
From Physical Therapy comes the
announcement that Mrs. Barbara
Taylor left June 1 to join the physi
cal therapy staff at Watts Hospital.
The PT Department writes: “We are
sorry to lose Barbara Taylor, who has
served so effectively as Educational
Coordinator for the Curriculum in
Physical Therapy. ’ ’
* * *
Nursing Service announces several
new appointments. Mrs. Laura Cook
as Assistant Head Nurse on Reed;
Miss Marty Baumgartner as Assistant
Head Nurse on McDowell; Miss
Nancy Whitehead as Head Nurse on
Holmes; and Mrs. Arlene Park as
Head Nurse in the OP I) Ob/Gyn
* * *
Mrs. Kathleen Michel, secretary to
Mr. Richard Bindewald and person in
charge of Medical Center room as
signments, will be replaced during the
months of June-August by Mrs.
Sharlene Weber.
May was a full month for at least
three physical therapists. Gladys
Hart attended a symposium in Cleve
land; Judy Cantey visited Western
Reserve University for a short course;
and Miss Helen Kaiser served as the
physical therapy representative of the
accrediting team visiting the Univer
sity of Iowa.
Eleanor Flanagan was on the pro
gram of a recent meeting of the
Georgia Chapter of the APT A in
Atlanta ... in June she will be at
tending a course in Manual Muscle
Testing at UNC at Chapel Hill . . .
and in August she will be teaching
a short course at UNC. Grace Horton
and Kathy LeGuin of the PT Depart
ment will be enrolling for Miss Flana
gan’s course.
Also taking advantage of summer
courses at Chapel Hill will be Jane
Culbertson, a physical therapy trainee
in Public Health.
June 27-July 2 will find Miss Helen
Kaiser, Grace Horton, and Eleanor
Flanagan with the entire physical
therapy class at the APTA National
Conference to be held in Cleveland,
« * *
Mrs. Martha J. Scoggins, Director
of Housekeeping, will be attending
the National Executive Housekeepers
Conference in New York City from
June 23-27. She will be one of several
hundred executive housekeepers ex
pected to attend. When she’s not
busy “meeting,” Mrs. Scoggins
hopes to take a peek at the “house
keeping” at Flushing Meadow Park!
* * *
Occupational Therapy announces
that Miss Bernice Belue recently at
tended an Organization and Adminis
tration Institute sponsored by the
AHA and the AOTA and held in
Roanoke, Virginia. Earlier, Miss
Belue, Miss Lennon and Mrs. Brooks
attended the spring meeting of the
NCOTA at Goodwill Industries in
* * *
Nursing Service reports that “it
was oft' to Europe by Whisper Jet”
on June 10 for Miss Margaret
Mitchell, Assistant Director of Nurs
ing Service, Mrs. Sarah Jeffreys,
surgical nursing supervisor, and Miss
Peggj^ Postlethw'ait, a staff nurse on
INL’^. They will be attending the
International Council of Nurses Con
gress to be held in Frankfort, Ger
many. Their ti’ip began on an
exciting note, for the group landed in
London on the morning of June 11
just in time to help the English
celebrate the queen’s birthday. Before
returning July 1, the trio will visit
England, France, Switzerland, Italy
and Germany.
# # #
Miss Jane Bailey, Director of In-
service Education for Nursing Ser
vice, attended an Inserv'ice Education
Institute in Boston May 28-27. The
Institute was co-sponsored by the
AHA and the NLN. From Boston,
Miss Bailey took a side-trip into New
York and the World’s Fair.
Published by Duke University Medical
Center, Office of Public Belatious.
Virginia II. Swain
Elon H. Clark
Cliarles H. Frenzel
George B. Kautner
Betty Leach
Wes Lefler
Nina Waite
Iiandon Buffiii
address: Box 3354, Duke
Durham, North Carolina
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, North Carolina
The Medical School Administration
Office sends word that the office of Margaret Coleman, Medical
School Recorder, has been moved
from room M-109 to room M-133.

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