Four Doctors Honored at CMMC Alumni Award Dinner
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Sunday, May 28. 1372 THE SHREVEPORT TIMES Four Doctors Honored at CMMC Alumni Award Dinner By Margaret Martin Times Medical Writer Four d o c t o r s were given awards at the Confederate Me-morial Medical Center's annual alumni meeting held last night at the Shreveport Country Club. The awards went to: Visiting Staff Award — Dr. James H. Eddy Jr. Dr. Paul D. Abramson Award, for the outstanding third-year surgical resident — Dr. Walter P. Ledet Jr. Alumni Award — Dr. Russell T. Lolley Jr. Dr. James H. C a m p b e l l Award, given to the outstanding intern — Dr. Gerald Feitel Joseph Jr. Eddy was given the second Visiting Staff Award "in grate-ful appreciation for his devotion of time and service to the activities of the visiting staff of Confederate Memorial Medical Center." The award was pre-sented by Dr. W i l l i a m R. Giddens, p r e s i d e n t of the Confederate Visiting Staff. Eddy was chosen for the award by a committee of his colleagues on the Visiting Staff. 3,000 Hours of Works Staff performance r e c o r d s show that for the past 10 years alone, Eddy has volunteered more than 3,000 hours to visiting staff activities, according to Confederate officials. He has been involved with the organiza-tion of the Visiting Staff, has maintained a liaison between the staff and the h o s p i t al administration, and has been engaged in the teaching and training of interns and resi-dents. He has been active on the Visiting Staff since 1942 and is a f o r m e r head of the Breast Section of the Tumor Service and served as principal investig-tor of the Breast Cancer Chem-otherapy Research that was conducted here, and he was chairman of the Nursing Service Dr. James H. Eddy Jr. Dr. Russell T. Lolley Jr. Dr. Gerald F. Joseph Jr. Dr. Walter P. Ledet Jr. and Education Committee that developed the present Confeder-ate School of Nursing. Lolley received the Alumni Award, which is given annually to the resident physician "who had done the most to propagate the good name and esteemed reputation of Confederate" dur-ing the past year. Lolley, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Lolley Sr. of West Monroe. is a fourth-year surgery resident. Last year he r e c e i v e d the Dr. Paul D. Abramson Award. During the past year, he served as chief surgical resident and chief administrative house officer. Dr. R a y m o n d W. Turner, chairman of the Awards Com-mittee presented the award. Dr. Eugene C. St. Martin gave the Dr. James H. Campbell Award to Joseph, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Joseph Sr. of Baton Rouge. Next Course in July He will begin in obstetrics-gy-necology at Confederate in July. Ledet, who has also received the Dr. James H. Campbell Award, will begin his fourth year of residency in general surgery July 1. He will serve as chief surgical resident and chief administrative house staff offi-cer for the next year. He is a native of Natchitoch-es, and served as s t u d e n t , council representative, p r e s i-dent of Alpha Omega Alpha, president of the senior class and was elected to Omicron Delta Kappa while a student at the Louisiana State School of Medi-cine. Dr. A. A. Bullock Jr. present-ed the award.
|Title||Four Doctors Honored at CMMC Alumni Award Dinner|
Eddy, James H., Jr.
Ledet, Walter P., Jr.
Lolley, Russell T., Jr.
Joseph, Gerald Feitel, Jr.
Confederate Memorial Medical Center (Shreveport, La.)
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