Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, May 21, 1949, Page 14-15, Image 21

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14 Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, Saturday, May 21, 1949
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Dr. H. 0. Schneider
Salem Memorial Hospital
Medical Staff
Mr. M. B. Rudd
President of
Board of Trustees
Salem Memorial Hospital
Mr. Irwin Wedel
Administrator of
Salem Memorial Hospital
Private Room
This Is Just i sample of the 18 redecorated private rooms the
Memorial Hospital has to offer. Soft-toned pastel colored walla
added with new furniture and fixtures make each room into an
atmosphere of peace and quiet. Be sure to sec them on your
tour through the Memorial Hospital.
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Entrance Lobby
The Memorial Hospital lobhy has been completely re-decorated
with soft-toned colors, plus an outstanding fern garden
forming one wall. The whole effect Is enhanced by two picture
panels at either end. New furniture, added to the lobby, com
pletes i modern and restful atmosphere throughout.
The Memorial Hospital Mater
nity department has also seen
complete facelifting. Including
three private labor rooms, new
delivery room, new decorated
patient rooms using paper panel
ing and pleasing colors.
This modern nursery is de
igned to care for H new-born
Infants. It incorporates many of
the new techniques which have
been tested and approved In the
care of babies.
Air conditioning units are be
ing Installed, giving uniform
temperature and humidity In
this department at all times.
Mrs. Foe Lefor
Superintendent of
Salem Memorial Hospital
The new laboratory has been
carefully planned adjacent to
other specialty departments to
give the maximum efficiency
with the minimum of space per
mitted It is complete with all
the latest types of diagnostic and
precision instruments, giving the
doctors on our staff thoroughly
modern laboratory facilities.
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2 to 5 P. ML
The Salem Memorial Hospital is proud and pleased to hold Open House to show the improvements
recently made under the Salem Hospital Development Program (which is now in progress.)
Old friends and new friends are cordially invited to attend. Members of the Salem Memorial Hos
pital Medical Staff,. Board of Directors and Auxiliary will be on hand to welcome and show you through
the hospital.
These pictures are a few of the many improvements made throughout the hospital; complete re-decoration
with new and modern color schemes, new and advanced equipment. We invite your comment
on this development of the Salem Hospital Development program.
In the new remodeled dining room, the Salem Memorial Auxiliary will serve refreshments from 2 to
5 p.m.
Salem Memorial
President ,
Secretary .
Treasurer .
Salem Memorial Hospital
Board of Trustees
Mai B. Rude, Mgr. J. C. Penney Co., 1 60 N. Liberty
Loyal Warner, Warner Motoi Co., 430 N. Com'l
Chos. H. Hellzel Heltzel & HeHzel,
Pioneer 7 rust Building
A. C. Haog, A. C. Haag Co., 2795 Silverton Road
Emerson Teague, Teague Motor Co., 355 N. Liberty
Charles Edwards Edwards & Howell, 545 N. Capitol
Leo N. Childs. Realtor, 344 State St.
Floyd Bower, Bowers, Davis & Hoffman
Pioneer 1 rust Building
Kenneth Pe-iy, Perry Drug, 129 S. Commercial
W. E. Beaver Gilbert Bros., 363 N. High
Thos. Dalke, Building Contractor,
1042 7th St.,' West Salem
J. P. Neufeidt Retired Minister, 1 12 Miller, Dallas
Salem Memorial
Medical Staff
President . DR. H. 6. SCHNEIDER
Vice President DR. H. E. POOLE
Treasurer . DR. W. H. NEEDHAM
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Our X-ray department hag
also been enlarged and addition
al equipment provided. Recent'
ly Installed is a 4x5 Photo Roent
gen Unit used to take man chest
surveys. It Is also employed In
other fluoroscopic diagnostic
As In all other departments In
the hospital the personnel is spe
cially trained and qualified In
each respective field.
At present our X-ray depart
ment is second to none In the
atate In diagnostic facilities.
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Dining Room
Complete redecoratlon in the employes dining room and cafe
teria has been carried out with new and pleasing modern color
scheme throughout. Re-arranged making this dining room a
convenient and workable unit.
The ladies of the Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will serve
refreshments in he dining room.
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Physical Therapy Department
This is a department new not o.ily to the Salem Memorial
Hospital but to the city of Salem. It has been added in keeping
with our undeviatlng policy of giving the people of this commu
nity the latest and be ft in modern medical care.
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Surgery Group
The surgical suite of the Salem Memorial Hospital has ust
been completely remodeled, new Instruments, equipment and fix
tures have been added greatly Improving the working arrange
ments for both the doctors and nurses.
Two new Castle -urgery lights have been Installed, giving
the safest and best type of surgical lighting available to date.
Other modern equipment includes a urology room complete
with new urology table attached; X-ray unit, new short wave
nd cautery apparatus