Board Crams Work Into Short Tenure
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* * * * * * * * Board Crams Work Into Short Tenure Confederate's s i x - m o n t h board of directors — trying to cram four years of work into a lame-duck session—contin-ued to plow ahead Thursday night, drawing up plans for future projects and the hospi-tal's 1973 budget as it went along. Robert Hall, acting adminis-trative director, said a meet-ing had been held to discuss the fiscal '73 budget and to ask recommendations from various hospital departments and services. "AGAIN THIS YEAR," said Hall, "there is great compe-tition between many state agencies for state monies. We will have to present those financial needs—our story—to the local legislative delegation to gain their support for get-ting us those funds." "The greatest emphasis on funds this year," said Board Chairman Harold Quinn, "will not be on what it will cost but on what is the output . . . whom do you serve and how will the community be affect-ed if monies fail to come." BESIDES MAPPING strate-gy far gaining needed monies f r om the legislature, the board— — agreed that female in-terns and residents should be granted permission to use the living quarters provided at Confederate for male resi-dents and interns. —gave assurance to Dr. Erich Lang that the electricity in the new out-patient clinic will be reworked for conver-sion to three-phase to be used for future radiology equip-ment. —discussed setting up a messenger service on a cen-tral basis to facilitate easier patient transfer to various services and different floors. —SAID THAT a proposed Employe Health Clinic is in the works and that the tempo-rary TB clinic is running smoothly, but will be trans-ferred to the Department of Health within the next three weeks. —is w o r k i n g on a new billing system to collect ineli-gible patient receipts. —heard hospital director Selection Committee Chair-man Anna Laura Wilder of Homer a n n o u n c e that the candidates for hospital direc-tor have narrowed to 16. She said she hopes to introduce these persons to the hospital's residents and interims since she feels they should have a voice in the selection of their hospital director.
|Title||Board Crams Work Into Short Tenure|
Confederate Memorial Medical Center Board of Directors (Shreveport, La.)
Hall, Robert C.
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