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Page 12-The Journal Opinion-December 20, 1982 Mary Hitchcock and Ali00e Peck Day hospitals to consolidate from Two New component within the Dart- the wisest use of the two from LEBANON-- Hampshire hospitals, Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital (APDMH), Lebanon, and Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital (MHMH), Hanover, DECORATIVE PILLOWS BRASS BOWLS FRAMED PICTURES BRASS FIGURINES STUFFED PHEASANT DESK SETS mouth-Hitchcock Medical facilities and prudent Center (DHMC). strategies for controlliag In a joint statement, Sim- costs, say the two hospital pson and Varnum said, "The directors. premise of the proposal is that A target of 90 days has been identity in each community." provided leadership to ira- The resulting prototype plement joint programs. organization would support Major accomplishments of and promote aregionalhealth this joint planning are the care system that provides the Family Practice Center appropriate levels of care building which will open in Mary Hltchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, N.H. have announced their intent to consolidate, according to Dale A. Simpson, executive director, APDMH, and James W. Varnum, president, MH- MH. At concurrent board meetings, held Thursday, Oct. 14, both boards voted unanimous approval of a we can collectively achieve set to assess the feasibility for within each community while late November and will serve the maximum advantages of the consolidation, according to containing costs and assuring the Lebanon community and a joint program development Simpson and Varnum. The the highest quality of care for proposed 20-bed Alcohol and control costs through plan will define the goals and the region. It would include Treatment Program at AP- consolidation of our hospitals, activities of the consolidated patient care, teaching and DMH, scheduled to open next It will give us an opportunity organization, assess alter- research within the January. to develop innovative cost native legal structures and framework of the com- Other programs already control programs and to identify key issues associated munity's needs and the underway include an internal provide an appropriate range with the consolidation. Legal Dartmouth-Hitchcock medicine consultation service of patient services which both steps for the consolidation are Medical Center, said a and specialty clinics in The Konica FP-I eliminates complex steps found in other SLR cameras. aLoads automatically, no fumbling, shutter or lens settings required. t oAutomatic pilot means perfect °+e+ S174" + CAMERA SHOP' ,, '. o! HANOVER /, 47-5! S, Main St Hanover, N:H. 603.643.4545 BRASS ANIMAI.q VASES MUSIC BOXES BACKGAMMON SETS GORHAM FLORALS BEVELED GhASSMIRRORS . AND MORE proposal to pursue con- hospitals can collectively expected to take longer, hospitalstatement, urology and podiatry at solidation of the two hospitals achieve more effectively than It is expected that con- The consolidated APDMHaswellasaprogram to form a single hospital either hospital can achieve solidation would be achieved organization would provide a to coordinate obstetric ser- individually." through the creation of a new flexible structure which would vices between the two -" =o--x-' The goals of the proposed corporation. This corporation allow a broad range of future hospitals under a'single ad- I I q 'I. consolidation are to assure the would accomplish the con- activities such as combined ministrativestructure. , I  highest quality health care for solidation of the two hospitals, management, governing The Dartmouth-Hitchcock ! KODiC a e the communities and region,, THIS WEDNESDAybUt "retain their respectiVeEvENiNG ** therapeutic services.and boards, long-range planning,MedicaldiagnostiCstaffs of bothand MedicalHitchc°ckHitchc°ckMedical Center includes MarYMemorialschoolClinic, DartmouthandHospital'the A SIMPLE BRf.M(00IROOGII i -3(- " . . hospitals would be integrated Veterans Administration I  ONLY -- DEC. 22 Rein 5-8 pm  structureWithin the clinicaldepartmentof the DHMC to ction, vt.H°spital' White River Jun- The K0nica FP-1 puts y0u0n Aut0maticPil0t N0thingt0set 0r figure l  10% OFF ALL LEATHER GOODS  provide quality assurance, program planning and proper distribution of health services • X" =='" "IS  "X" to both hospitals How to make 4(" -X- The two hospitals have been - ] I I TRY YOUR LUCK AT THE 'VORD SEEK" GAME ON REVERSE SIDE OF THE "READER SURVEY". [ I I I - I IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII IIII IIIIIIiii] Reader Survey . Issue 12-13-82 1. The story I liked the most in the Journal Opinion this week was 2. The story I liked least this week was 3. The following items appearing in the Journal Opinion are ones I like or dislike: I. WORD SEEK GAME 2. THE FUNNIES 3. STAISCOPE ASTROLOGY 4. LIFE ON THE FARM 5. OVER THE RIVER 6. DATELINE: NORTHCOUNTRY 7. TOWN NEWS 8. POLICE AND COURT NEWS 9. CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10. OUT-OF-DOORS COLUMN I would like to see more of i I would Like to see less of LIKE DISLIKE Thank YouI Vests, handbags, hats, briefcases, hand-tooled involved in joint institutional )' i(. belts, gloves, hand-sewn shearling-lined leather planning since November of 1979 when APDMH and DHMC moccasins, Comp-U-Notes and sheepskin signed a memorandum of +products. -)4 cooperation. At that time a f' Sonday-Fridaya-5.30 Saturday 9-5  was established. This com- " CHRISTMAS HOURS * Joint Planning Committee " -,v mittee nas incmueo trustees, .. _ Open Wednesday evenings 'tii 8  medical staff and lira '[it ..  . . .  management staff from both l    Tol' 643 2001 hospitals as well as other x- ...... 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Call us for appointment or drop in and let convince you that there is Santa. 3 East South St., Hanover, N.H. 643-5 , INTERESTING FACT The fhst Christmas tree to be let with electric light bulbs was installed at the home of Edward H. Johnson of New York in December, 1882. INTERESTING FACT Use Christmas cards to decorate big boxes that are awkward and expensive to wrap. Cut the illustrations off cards and glue to boxes. | HOLIDAY HOSTESS-HELPERS AT HANOVER HARDWARE unch b TI Party Perks (35-50 cup) Wine GI Plus all the other housekeeping gadgets to help with Holiday Entertainment. HANOVER HARDWARE Main St. Hanover, N.H. GIVE BOOKS THIS ,.00HRISTMAS! Our massive inventory of books means we probably have a book for everyone on your Christmas good books like... The inside story of America's most powerfl influential newspaper -- Author Jerry Rosenberg has gone behind the scenes at Journal, delved into seldom-seen interviewed key executives to get story of this remarkable publication. 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Il ll..pmm IIt imIlt It Iimm IIIlI a business believe in Page 12-The Journal Opinion-December 20, 1982 Mary Hitchcock and Ali00e Peck Day hospitals to consolidate from Two New component within the Dart- the wisest use of the two from LEBANON-- Hampshire hospitals, Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital (APDMH), Lebanon, and Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital (MHMH), Hanover, DECORATIVE PILLOWS BRASS BOWLS FRAMED PICTURES BRASS FIGURINES STUFFED PHEASANT DESK SETS mouth-Hitchcock Medical facilities and prudent Center (DHMC). strategies for controlliag In a joint statement, Sim- costs, say the two hospital pson and Varnum said, "The directors. premise of the proposal is that A target of 90 days has been identity in each community." provided leadership to ira- The resulting prototype plement joint programs. organization would support Major accomplishments of and promote aregionalhealth this joint planning are the care system that provides the Family Practice Center appropriate levels of care building which will open in Mary Hltchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, N.H. have announced their intent to consolidate, according to Dale A. Simpson, executive director, APDMH, and James W. Varnum, president, MH- MH. At concurrent board meetings, held Thursday, Oct. 14, both boards voted unanimous approval of a we can collectively achieve set to assess the feasibility for within each community while late November and will serve the maximum advantages of the consolidation, according to containing costs and assuring the Lebanon community and a joint program development Simpson and Varnum. The the highest quality of care for proposed 20-bed Alcohol and control costs through plan will define the goals and the region. It would include Treatment Program at AP- consolidation of our hospitals, activities of the consolidated patient care, teaching and DMH, scheduled to open next It will give us an opportunity organization, assess alter- research within the January. to develop innovative cost native legal structures and framework of the com- Other programs already control programs and to identify key issues associated munity's needs and the underway include an internal provide an appropriate range with the consolidation. Legal Dartmouth-Hitchcock medicine consultation service of patient services which both steps for the consolidation are Medical Center, said a and specialty clinics in The Konica FP-I eliminates complex steps found in other SLR cameras. aLoads automatically, no fumbling, shutter or lens settings required. t oAutomatic pilot means perfect °+e+ S174" + CAMERA SHOP' ,, '. o! HANOVER /, 47-5! S, Main St Hanover, N:H. 603.643.4545 BRASS ANIMAI.q VASES MUSIC BOXES BACKGAMMON SETS GORHAM FLORALS BEVELED GhASSMIRRORS . AND MORE proposal to pursue con- hospitals can collectively expected to take longer, hospitalstatement, urology and podiatry at solidation of the two hospitals achieve more effectively than It is expected that con- The consolidated APDMHaswellasaprogram to form a single hospital either hospital can achieve solidation would be achieved organization would provide a to coordinate obstetric ser- individually." through the creation of a new flexible structure which would vices between the two -" =o--x-' The goals of the proposed corporation. This corporation allow a broad range of future hospitals under a'single ad- I I q 'I. consolidation are to assure the would accomplish the con- activities such as combined ministrativestructure. , I  highest quality health care for solidation of the two hospitals, management, governing The Dartmouth-Hitchcock ! KODiC a e the communities and region,, THIS WEDNESDAybUt "retain their respectiVeEvENiNG ** therapeutic services.and boards, long-range planning,MedicaldiagnostiCstaffs of bothand MedicalHitchc°ckHitchc°ckMedical Center includes MarYMemorialschoolClinic, DartmouthandHospital'the A SIMPLE BRf.M(00IROOGII i -3(- " . . hospitals would be integrated Veterans Administration I  ONLY -- DEC. 22 Rein 5-8 pm  structureWithin the clinicaldepartmentof the DHMC to ction, vt.H°spital' White River Jun- The K0nica FP-1 puts y0u0n Aut0maticPil0t N0thingt0set 0r figure l  10% OFF ALL LEATHER GOODS  provide quality assurance, program planning and proper distribution of health services • X" =='" "IS  "X" to both hospitals How to make 4(" -X- The two hospitals have been - ] I I TRY YOUR LUCK AT THE 'VORD SEEK" GAME ON REVERSE SIDE OF THE "READER SURVEY". [ I I I - I IIIIIIIIIIIII IIIII IIII IIIIIIiii] Reader Survey . Issue 12-13-82 1. The story I liked the most in the Journal Opinion this week was 2. The story I liked least this week was 3. The following items appearing in the Journal Opinion are ones I like or dislike: I. WORD SEEK GAME 2. THE FUNNIES 3. STAISCOPE ASTROLOGY 4. LIFE ON THE FARM 5. OVER THE RIVER 6. DATELINE: NORTHCOUNTRY 7. TOWN NEWS 8. POLICE AND COURT NEWS 9. CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10. OUT-OF-DOORS COLUMN I would like to see more of i I would Like to see less of LIKE DISLIKE Thank YouI Vests, handbags, hats, briefcases, hand-tooled involved in joint institutional )' i(. belts, gloves, hand-sewn shearling-lined leather planning since November of 1979 when APDMH and DHMC moccasins, Comp-U-Notes and sheepskin signed a memorandum of +products. -)4 cooperation. At that time a f' Sonday-Fridaya-5.30 Saturday 9-5  was established. This com- " CHRISTMAS HOURS * Joint Planning Committee " -,v mittee nas incmueo trustees, .. _ Open Wednesday evenings 'tii 8  medical staff and lira '[it ..  . . .  management staff from both l    Tol' 643 2001 hospitals as well as other x- ...... " "  representatives from the o ,mn Street * Hanover. N H 03765  ....... i. ,,:._k___ ,, ..... , De ttmuu.-nttlluo IIIIIIIII F "I,' ." AND YOUR $K151 WAmN6.." | ANDMOT YOU ' I B OMdrdhTsnrneyiM:npia;dlern;'M'NMEnudYm I I Acton; CONNECTICUT-Simsbury, Westport, Mohawk Mountain. I I ,rs that simple! I I I thWe:als°carry i In New England In New Hampshire • IIIAi=I):I SINCLAIR 100q 1-800-258'8936 603-356-3200 I Ilii=iIIiiIll business and professional "'.-./ - travel accessories '1-. antique gifts ,-pRpOE_:\\; GeE: FRI,E EMBOSSING REPAIRS Hanover, New Hampshire 03755 • U.S.A. With an Apple* Christmas age -- an all-in-one ! computer system, comp!ete software. Right now, were ing special savings on all kinds packages. For the home, for pro|ess[onal, for the manager, the small business. And one them is for you. Call us for appointment or drop in and let convince you that there is Santa. 3 East South St., Hanover, N.H. 643-5 , INTERESTING FACT The fhst Christmas tree to be let with electric light bulbs was installed at the home of Edward H. Johnson of New York in December, 1882. INTERESTING FACT Use Christmas cards to decorate big boxes that are awkward and expensive to wrap. Cut the illustrations off cards and glue to boxes. | HOLIDAY HOSTESS-HELPERS AT HANOVER HARDWARE unch b TI Party Perks (35-50 cup) Wine GI Plus all the other housekeeping gadgets to help with Holiday Entertainment. HANOVER HARDWARE Main St. Hanover, N.H. GIVE BOOKS THIS ,.00HRISTMAS! Our massive inventory of books means we probably have a book for everyone on your Christmas good books like... The inside story of America's most powerfl influential newspaper -- Author Jerry Rosenberg has gone behind the scenes at Journal, delved into seldom-seen interviewed key executives to get story of this remarkable publication. TbiS triguing historical journey includes notes Journal's influence on corporations and vestors, Dow and Jones -- The Fathers, The Depression and how coped with it, Super-Technology and $1 P.. 95 Honov00. New Hampshire 037 STORE Monday-Saturday HOURS: Except Wednesday eveningS Den until 9 p.m. Clip out this READER SURVEY and mail to: Editor, Journal Opinion newspaper, Main Street, Bradford, VT. 05033. Thank you for taking the time to reply to this survey. We continually tabulate reader comments and plan future issues around the likes and dislikes o the readership. a mmIIII liI III II mmm II. Il ll..pmm IIt imIlt It Iimm IIIlI a business believe in