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Heritage: The Story of St. Mary's Hospital, 1880-1980
By Leo G. Bryne and Sister Alberta Cammack, C.S.J

Foreword

Preface

Chapter I: Frontier Hospital

Beginnings
The Hospital
Early Expansion
The School of Nursing
Professional Standards
The Convent
Hospital Development
Organization and Growth
World War II

Chapter 2: Modern Medical Complex

The Central Wing
Polio
Auxiliar
Health Insurance
City Annexation
Community Health Needs
Cardiac Care
Residency and Intern Program
Joint Health Planning
Critical Care
Sanatorium and School Eras Close
Medicare
Rehabilitation
The North Wing
Pastoral Care
Emergency
Mental Health
Century Medical Plaza
Convent Closes and Newell Center Comes Down
New West Wing
Obstetrics Closed
Administration
Board of Directors
Support Groups
Medical Staff
Nursing Staff
Education Department

Chapter 3: Contemporary St. Mary's

New Technology
Laminar Air-Flow System
Intensive Care Heart Monitor
Computerized Tomography Department
Ultrasound Scanner
Gastroenterology Laboratory
Clinical Laboratory
Cardiovascular Laboratory
Outpatient Surgery
Burn Unit
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Respiratory Therapy
Nuclear Medicine
Chemotherapy
Electroencephalograph Lab
Pharmacy
Facing the Future

 



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