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CONTENTS

Tut of

Pago

8. 1052

11

Report of the Bureau of the Budget-

15

Report of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.- 13

8.2758

2

S. 2778

249

Report of the Bureau of the Budget on S. 2778...

253

Report of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on

S. 2778.

252

Report of the Department of Labor.

307

H. R 8149...

6

Report of the Bureau of the Budget on H. R. 8149..

232

Report of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on

H. R. 8149..

233

Statement of

Barrett, Dr. Joseph E., commissioner, Department of Mental Hygiene

and Hospitals, Commonwealth of Virginia.

297

Bourke, bor. John J., executive director, New York State Joint Hospital
Survey and Planning Commission..

135
Bugler, George, executive director, American Hospital Association.. 97
Case, Melvin A., vice president, National Association of Registered
Nursing Homes, Inc.

, and vice president of the New York State
Nursing Home Association, Inc.

241

Edwards, Clebern S., president, American Association of Nursing

Homes

178

Eklund, Hari, president, New York State Nursing Home Association,

loc,

236

Ferrell, Dr. John A., executive secretary, North Carolina Medical

Care Commission.

120

Gorman, Mike, executive director, National Mental Health Com-

mittee.

298

Hobby, Hon. Oveta Culp, Secretary, Department of Health, Educa-

tion, and Welfare; accompanied by Nelson A. Rockefeller, Under

Secretary, and Roswell B. Perkins, Assistant Secretary, Department

of Health, Education, and Welfare; Dr. Leonard Scheele, Surgeon

General, Public Health Service; Arthur Kimball, Acting Deputy

Director, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation; Dr. John W. Cronin,

Chief, Division of Hospital Facilities, Public Health Service; and

Afin Mary Switzer, Director, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, 22, 254

Prepared statement

73

Hopkins, Minnie Hood, vice president of the National Association

of Regiutered Nursing Homes, Inc., and vice president of the First

rgina Vursing Home Association, Inc.-

235

Lailam, Harry T., Jr., legal adviser and executive director of the

Jodiana Association of Licensed Nursing Homes -

224

Murphy: Mrs. Lucia Forde, representing the Inland Empire Associa-

tion of Licensed Nursing Homes ---

221

Muw. Robert F., representative agent of the American Association

of during Homes

178

Mustin

, George T., secretary, American Association of Nursing

Homes

207

Norton, Dr. J. W. R., North Carolina State Health Officer and

member of the executive committee of the Association of State

an Territorial Health Officers..

290

Parsolee

, Richard C., attorney for the Connecticut Private Hospital

Asociation..

143

Statement of-Continued

Pago
Rodger, Dr. John R., representing the rural medical service committee
of the Michigan State Medical Society -

167
Rosen, Dr. James M., president, New York City Nursing Home
Association, Inc.

237

Rusk, Dr. Howard A., professor and chairman, department of physical

medicine and rehabilitation, New York University College of

Medicine; chief, physical medicine and rehabilitation service,

Bellevue Hospital, New York City; and director, the Institute of

Physical Rehabilitation, New York University, Bellevue Medical

Center,

149

Siegal, Zuzie, president, National Association of Registered Nursing
Homes, Inc.

239

Additional information:

Appropriations asked for 1955..

72

Article in Washington Post and Times-llerald, March 19, 1954-

Seckinger Calls TB Worst Disease Here..

177

Average per bed project cost (adjusted to March 1954 cost index)

under the hospital survey and construction program, table.--

35

Construction status of projects approved to received Federal aid,
New York State, January 31, 1954, table..

136
Federal grants-in-aid for public health services (appropriations, fiscal
years 1936-54), table.

274, 275
Letter from

Agee, Polk W., architect, Memphis, Tenn., to George T. Mustin,
Mustin Nursing Home, Memphis, Tenn., December 17, 1953,
re bids on nursing home..

185
Ayre, Dr. J. Ernest, director, the Cancer Institute at Miami,
Miami Fla., to chairman, April 16, 1954, and enclosures-

311

Bennett, Donn C., president, Missouri Association of Licensed

Nursing Homes, to Melvin Sneed, professional staff member,

March 29, 1954.

202

Betts, Joe, legislative assistant, American Farm Bureau Federa-
tion, April 14, 1954.

245

Biffer, Estelle C., president, Kansas Association of Licensed

Nursing Homes, Inc., to committee, March 28, 1954....

203

Blain, Daniel, medical director, American Psychiatric Associa-

tion, to chairman, April 8, 1954..

309

Brooks, Naomi, president (also signed by Jean Sinclair, vice

president), Intermountain Association of Nursing Homes, to

Melvin Sneed, professional staff member, March 26, 1954.- 201

Costello, Alvin, president (also signed by C. S. Boyce, secretary,

and Milton S. Davis, treasurer), the Minnesota Association

of Nursing Homes, Minneapolis, Minn., to Melvin Sneed,

professional staff member, March 30, 1954..

195

Gaines, Frank M., commissioner, Department of Mental Health,

Commonwealth of Kentucky, Louisville, Ky., to chairman,

March 26, 1954.

309

Gash, Lewis, president, Licensed Vursing Home Association of

New Jersay, Inc., to chairman, March 27, 1954...

199

Gourley, Lawrence I., legal counsel, American Osteopathic

Association, to chairman, March 19, 1954

243

Helman, Harry D., president, Mississippi State Association of

Nursing Homes, to Melvin Sneed, professional staff member,

March 30, 1954..

194

Hillehoe, Dr. Herman E., commissioner of health, State of New

York, to Dr. John William Roy Norton, secretary and State

health officer, State board of health, Raleigh, X. C., March

16, 1951.

303

Horton, Mrs. Lela, first vice president, Texas Nursing Home

Operators Association, louston, Tex., to Hon. William A.

Purtell, April 3, 1954..
Incani, Albert G.vice president, Wisconsin Association of

Nursing Home Operators, to Melvin Sneed, professional staff

meinber, March 28, 1951..
Lane, Thomas W., Columbus, Ohio, to Melvin Sneed, professional

staff member, April 3, 1954, transmitting statement of Eslie
Sharp, president, Ohio Association of Nursing Homes..

189

194

189

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Additonal information Continued

Letters from-Continued

Pago

Magnuson, Hon. Warren G., to chairman, May 4, 1954.

246

McCallum, John L., president, Georgia Association of Nursing

Homes, to Melvin Sneed, professional staff member, April 1,

1954.

197

Mitchell, Hon. James P., Secretary of Labor, to chairman,

March 30, 1954.

307

Mustin, George T., president, Tennessee Association of Nursing

Homes, to Melvin Sneed, professional staff member, March
27, 1954..

199
Norton, J. W. R., secretary and State health officer, North

Carolina State Board of Health, to chairman, April 2, 1954--- 307
Osborn, Stanley H., commissioner, State of Connecticut Depart-

ment of Health, to chairman, March 17, 1954, and enclosure. - 242
Otis, Vincent F., president, Association of Hospital Planning

Agencies, Madison, Wis., to Roy E. James, staff director,
March 15, 1954, re S. 2758.

234
Porter, Mrs. Elizabeth K., president, American Nurses' Associa-
tion, to chairman, March 24, 1954. -

244, 306
Purves, Edmund R., executive director, the American Institute of

Architects, to chairman, March 18, 1954, and enclosure.. 244

Salsbury, Dr. C. G., commissioner, Arizona State Department of

Health, Phoenix, Ariz., to Hon. Carl Hayden, April 16, 1954--

Schley, Reeve, president, State of New Jersey, State Board of

Control of Institutions and Agencies, to chairman, April 14,

1951.

309
Thompson, Mrs. Edith, president, Louisiana Association of

Licensed Nursing Homes, to Melvin Sneed, professional staff
member, March 29, 1954.

202
Van Hyning, Conrad, executive director, American Social Hy-

giene Association, New York, N. Y., to Roy E. James, staff
director, Mar. 25, 1954, transmitting statement-

305
Wallace, Ira 0., president, Kentucky Association of Nursing
Homes, New Castle, Ky., to committee

192
Wilson, J. E., director, American Medical Association, to chair-

man, April 16, 1954.-

310

Yellott, Mrs. Oscar, president, Texas Nursing Home Operator's

Association, to Melvin Sneed, professional staff member,

March 28, 1954.-

198

Verbury, Edgar C., superintendent, Connecticut State Hospital,
Middletown, Conn., to chairman, April 14, 1954.

310

Message from the President of the United States-Health of the

American People (H. Doc. 298, 83d Cong., 2d sess.)

17

Nursing home census survey of a typical Massachusetts nursing home- 181

Projected impact of legislative recommendations, fiscal year 1956,

table.

279

Pattie Health Service grants, chart.

274

Remarks of George T. Mustin, secretary, in Journal of the American

dewciation of Nursing Homes, March 1954..

188

Pxuresentative building construction costs-hospital facilities ap-

prived for construction, table.--

36

Erview of hospital projects in construction, architectural planning, or

discusion stage in New York State which are eligible for considera-

tion of Federal aid for construction and equipment under the

Peteral Hospital Survey and Construction Act without reference to

the availability of Federal funds, February 26, 1954, table-

137

Spribrations for a nursing home.

208

pokane Gerontology Volunteers--Every man should be encouraged

to live his whole life...

222

Mate breakdown of proposed grants to States in 1955, assuming enact-

trent of proposed legislation, table-

283

State reactions to S. 2778 received as of March 29, 1954, by the execu-

live committee of the Association of State and Territorial Health

Officers

294

Ecturnary of a program for the care for the chronically ill in New York

State,

141

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