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Waynesboro Hospital 90th Anniversary                    October 2,                    1922October 2,2012
1918 Flu Epidemic filled the Fire Hall & YMCAIn 1918 life expectancy for men was 53years and 54 for women.Typhoid fever wa...
1918 Flu Epidemic           The Flu epidemic of 1918 killed           more people than died in World                      ...
Autumn of the “Spanish Lady” 1918
1919Dear Fellow Citizens:-         There is no city in Penna. of the size ofWaynesboro where the need of a new and modern ...
Waynesboro 1908    (postcard)             Trolley line
Waynesboro Main Street 1919
Future site of new hospital 1919
Shockey Farm    Clayton Avenue      East Main Street                  East Main Street 1919
Main Street in front of Shockey Farm   Clayton Avenue             East Main Street
Future site of Hospital 1919
Henry B. Hess     Turned first shovel of dirt
Waynesboro Hospital              Under Construction 1921
Waynesboro Hospital            Construction Site              House on           Clayton Avenue
North West Corner Construction
View from Main Street
North West Corner 1922 after clearing
This view will change in 1962                          This lower basement section                          will be remove...
Waynesboro Hospital            West Side Construction
Under construction 1921      Wyatt and Nolting Baltimore Architects              designed the hospital
Waynesboro Hospital        Back view under construction
Only 114 feet long and 35 beds          Street Car trolley tracks
Draft of ChargesOffice call 50 ¢Home visit in town 7A – 6P $1        6 - 10 PM +50 ¢       10P – 7A + $1Home visit in coun...
10,000 people attended        Opening Day October 2, 1922J. H. Stoner, founder of the hospital was one of the speakers who...
1923 “postcard”
Landscaping Guidelines from        Pennsylvania Dept of Internal Affairs   The state provided  guidance what type oftrees ...
First Emergency Room 1922
Treatment    Room
Waynesboro Hospital only one in the state with it’sown Quick Freezer! Thanks to Frick Company
Cooling SystemLocated on the roof was the  refrigerantcondenser for  the freezer  equipment  donated by   Frick Co
Medical Staff By-LawsWow.. 2 pages, now it is over 65 pages!                                        1922
Community donated fruit and   vegetables for patient’s meals
OR Lights   Special OR lights designed to leave no  shadows below the   surgeon’s hand.  Large light $800donated by Dr. Pe...
Waynesboro Hospital new OR 1922                             Curved needles                           complete with thread ...
Air Condition       in OR 1944 The OR was without air condition for 20 years. The first Air Conditionerwas donated by Fric...
Coal Furnace 1922               In 1957 the two heating units were                converted from coal to gas. One         ...
Waynesboro Hospital Nursery 1922               Notice nurse wearing mask
Air Handler Compressor                                        Two Frick Eclipse                                        Com...
Waynesboro Hospital First Ice Maker                              Two Frick                             Compressors        ...
Waynesboro Hospital Med Surg Room
Treasurer Report      1923 Wow.. Operating with only $3000 on hand!From old newspaperarticles it is noted thatmost of the ...
1923 Campaignto help finance hospital
WaynesboroHospital 1922Med Surg Room
Waynesboro  Hospital 1922Soiled UtilityMed Surg UnitRadiator heat too!
1922Clean Utility
1922MedicationRefrigerator
1922Med SurgBathroom
Waynesboro Hospital Nursery 1922                     Infant Bath in                        Nursery
Kitchen on 3rd floor 1922
NewX-ray 1922
1922First X-rays
Nurses 1922  A nurse’s home was  purchased in 1928 at  701 East Main Street.Formerly the West end of  the hospital was the...
Waynesboro Hospital Pediatric Ward 1922
Utility Room    Check out     those   “hot water”     bottles!
Patient InformationPrivate Room $3.50 a dayPrivate Bath $1.00Ward Bed $2.00Use of Operating room     $5 - $10.00
Busy Hallways and open ceilings
Waynesboro Hospital Emergency Room                           Volunteers sat here                            and wrote pati...
Waynesboro Hospital – Kitchen
First Hospital Auxiliary       Most members were physician’s wives
Waynesboro Hospital 1922
Laundry and Garage 1936           Even put the sheets on the line to dry!!
Post Card   1939
Sterilizer 1939
Medical Staff 1940
Patient’s hospital          bill 19471 week stay = $28Operating Room = $10Dressings $1Anesthesia = $15Assistant $20       ...
25 years later and 31,057 patients Oct 2, 1947
Medical Staff 1952
Waynesboro Hospital 1956
East End – new “Sun Room”
1957In 1957 the first information center was installed with a new   switchboard, a ten trunk line and 20 department lines.
Waynesboro Hospital 1963
ED nights were slower in 1967                    Staff did not stay in the                    ED at night. When the       ...
Oxygen Tents still needed
Days of  theoxygen tents
Waynesboro Hospital Dinning Room
New ED room in 1962
Nursery 1962
Awards Banquet 1968
Lab 1968
Volunteers are “gold”1971
Medical staff 1974
First Portable Cardiac Monitor 1978
Orderlies always there to help!
Physical Therapy Growing!!
Medical Staff 1978
Nurse Managers 1980
Auto CPR came and went…… 1980
Caps or no  caps…Nursing is a gift of the   heart!
New ED Room 1984
CardioPulmonaryTrying out new equipment!
My… how time flies!
Especially, when you are having fun!
Dedicated Staff lookingfor better ways to do things!
Get yourMammogram!
Annual Awards Banquet 1996
Memories last a life time….
Memories….
Annual Banquet 2001
Waynesboro Hospital X-Ray Dept                        Wow… x-ray                          films!                        We...
Showing off our “new” addition 1992
Waynesboro Hospital 1992
ED 1992
New DI Dept 1992
ImprovingCritical Care
Summit Alliance 1995
Life Lion comes our way! 1995
Eva Stenger Nurse of Year 2000
Diabetic Care  1996
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  1. 1. Waynesboro Hospital 90th Anniversary October 2, 1922October 2,2012
  2. 2. 1918 Flu Epidemic filled the Fire Hall & YMCAIn 1918 life expectancy for men was 53years and 54 for women.Typhoid fever was very prevalent.Diphtheria was like a thief in the night.Many a small boy cut his foot in thebarnyard or on a rusty nail and thenlockjaw would develop, then death.Attitudes toward healthcare werechanging. Physicians were just startingto set up offices and to receive “real”clinical training.. Hospitals withsterilization and isolation were nowbecoming popular.
  3. 3. 1918 Flu Epidemic The Flu epidemic of 1918 killed more people than died in World War I. This epidemic swept the world and killed an estimated 50 million people. One fifth of the worlds population was attacked. Within months it had killed more people than an other illness in recorded history.
  4. 4. Autumn of the “Spanish Lady” 1918
  5. 5. 1919Dear Fellow Citizens:- There is no city in Penna. of the size ofWaynesboro where the need of a new and modern Hospitalis more apparent than right here in our own community. This situation brings us literally face to face with amatter of life and death. It may be you or your loved ones,or possibly a dear friend who will need the facilities of amodern hospital. If so, to have these, will be worth to you theCost of an entire new building.
  6. 6. Waynesboro 1908 (postcard) Trolley line
  7. 7. Waynesboro Main Street 1919
  8. 8. Future site of new hospital 1919
  9. 9. Shockey Farm Clayton Avenue East Main Street East Main Street 1919
  10. 10. Main Street in front of Shockey Farm Clayton Avenue East Main Street
  11. 11. Future site of Hospital 1919
  12. 12. Henry B. Hess Turned first shovel of dirt
  13. 13. Waynesboro Hospital Under Construction 1921
  14. 14. Waynesboro Hospital Construction Site House on Clayton Avenue
  15. 15. North West Corner Construction
  16. 16. View from Main Street
  17. 17. North West Corner 1922 after clearing
  18. 18. This view will change in 1962 This lower basement section will be removed and become the 1st floor!! That is why we walk up steps to Main Street now.
  19. 19. Waynesboro Hospital West Side Construction
  20. 20. Under construction 1921 Wyatt and Nolting Baltimore Architects designed the hospital
  21. 21. Waynesboro Hospital Back view under construction
  22. 22. Only 114 feet long and 35 beds Street Car trolley tracks
  23. 23. Draft of ChargesOffice call 50 ¢Home visit in town 7A – 6P $1 6 - 10 PM +50 ¢ 10P – 7A + $1Home visit in country $1 for first mile and 50¢ for each additional mileObstetric Cases – Normal $10 Abnormal $15 Miscarriage $10 or more
  24. 24. 10,000 people attended Opening Day October 2, 1922J. H. Stoner, founder of the hospital was one of the speakers who said their hands were so sore from shaking 10,000 hands, that they may be the first to use the new ER.
  25. 25. 1923 “postcard”
  26. 26. Landscaping Guidelines from Pennsylvania Dept of Internal Affairs The state provided guidance what type oftrees and shrubs to plantand where to plant them.
  27. 27. First Emergency Room 1922
  28. 28. Treatment Room
  29. 29. Waynesboro Hospital only one in the state with it’sown Quick Freezer! Thanks to Frick Company
  30. 30. Cooling SystemLocated on the roof was the refrigerantcondenser for the freezer equipment donated by Frick Co
  31. 31. Medical Staff By-LawsWow.. 2 pages, now it is over 65 pages! 1922
  32. 32. Community donated fruit and vegetables for patient’s meals
  33. 33. OR Lights Special OR lights designed to leave no shadows below the surgeon’s hand. Large light $800donated by Dr. Pearre
  34. 34. Waynesboro Hospital new OR 1922 Curved needles complete with thread kept ready in sterilized bottles
  35. 35. Air Condition in OR 1944 The OR was without air condition for 20 years. The first Air Conditionerwas donated by Frick Co in 1944 No more open windows during surgery!
  36. 36. Coal Furnace 1922 In 1957 the two heating units were converted from coal to gas. One boiler was kept for use of coal in case of emergency.
  37. 37. Waynesboro Hospital Nursery 1922 Notice nurse wearing mask
  38. 38. Air Handler Compressor Two Frick Eclipse Compressors with condensers and receivers waiting to be installed as Air Handlers for the hospital.The cooling tower will be on the roof
  39. 39. Waynesboro Hospital First Ice Maker Two Frick Compressors provided the refrigeration for the coolers, the ice maker and the freezer.
  40. 40. Waynesboro Hospital Med Surg Room
  41. 41. Treasurer Report 1923 Wow.. Operating with only $3000 on hand!From old newspaperarticles it is noted thatmost of the linens andfood was donated by thecommunity to support thehospital for the first fewyears.
  42. 42. 1923 Campaignto help finance hospital
  43. 43. WaynesboroHospital 1922Med Surg Room
  44. 44. Waynesboro Hospital 1922Soiled UtilityMed Surg UnitRadiator heat too!
  45. 45. 1922Clean Utility
  46. 46. 1922MedicationRefrigerator
  47. 47. 1922Med SurgBathroom
  48. 48. Waynesboro Hospital Nursery 1922 Infant Bath in Nursery
  49. 49. Kitchen on 3rd floor 1922
  50. 50. NewX-ray 1922
  51. 51. 1922First X-rays
  52. 52. Nurses 1922 A nurse’s home was purchased in 1928 at 701 East Main Street.Formerly the West end of the hospital was theirliving quarters. This area was then divided into private rooms.
  53. 53. Waynesboro Hospital Pediatric Ward 1922
  54. 54. Utility Room Check out those “hot water” bottles!
  55. 55. Patient InformationPrivate Room $3.50 a dayPrivate Bath $1.00Ward Bed $2.00Use of Operating room $5 - $10.00
  56. 56. Busy Hallways and open ceilings
  57. 57. Waynesboro Hospital Emergency Room Volunteers sat here and wrote patient’s name, address, telephone number etc. on an ED visit chart.
  58. 58. Waynesboro Hospital – Kitchen
  59. 59. First Hospital Auxiliary Most members were physician’s wives
  60. 60. Waynesboro Hospital 1922
  61. 61. Laundry and Garage 1936 Even put the sheets on the line to dry!!
  62. 62. Post Card 1939
  63. 63. Sterilizer 1939
  64. 64. Medical Staff 1940
  65. 65. Patient’s hospital bill 19471 week stay = $28Operating Room = $10Dressings $1Anesthesia = $15Assistant $20 Total $79 Average Salary in 1947
  66. 66. 25 years later and 31,057 patients Oct 2, 1947
  67. 67. Medical Staff 1952
  68. 68. Waynesboro Hospital 1956
  69. 69. East End – new “Sun Room”
  70. 70. 1957In 1957 the first information center was installed with a new switchboard, a ten trunk line and 20 department lines.
  71. 71. Waynesboro Hospital 1963
  72. 72. ED nights were slower in 1967 Staff did not stay in the ED at night. When the bell rang a nurse would come down from the floor to assess the patient. She then would call the physician “On Call” at home and tell them about the patient. The doctor My… how times may come in or request the patient to go to his have changed! office.
  73. 73. Oxygen Tents still needed
  74. 74. Days of theoxygen tents
  75. 75. Waynesboro Hospital Dinning Room
  76. 76. New ED room in 1962
  77. 77. Nursery 1962
  78. 78. Awards Banquet 1968
  79. 79. Lab 1968
  80. 80. Volunteers are “gold”1971
  81. 81. Medical staff 1974
  82. 82. First Portable Cardiac Monitor 1978
  83. 83. Orderlies always there to help!
  84. 84. Physical Therapy Growing!!
  85. 85. Medical Staff 1978
  86. 86. Nurse Managers 1980
  87. 87. Auto CPR came and went…… 1980
  88. 88. Caps or no caps…Nursing is a gift of the heart!
  89. 89. New ED Room 1984
  90. 90. CardioPulmonaryTrying out new equipment!
  91. 91. My… how time flies!
  92. 92. Especially, when you are having fun!
  93. 93. Dedicated Staff lookingfor better ways to do things!
  94. 94. Get yourMammogram!
  95. 95. Annual Awards Banquet 1996
  96. 96. Memories last a life time….
  97. 97. Memories….
  98. 98. Annual Banquet 2001
  99. 99. Waynesboro Hospital X-Ray Dept Wow… x-ray films! We didn’t go “digital” until Jan 16, 2006
  100. 100. Showing off our “new” addition 1992
  101. 101. Waynesboro Hospital 1992
  102. 102. ED 1992
  103. 103. New DI Dept 1992
  104. 104. ImprovingCritical Care
  105. 105. Summit Alliance 1995
  106. 106. Life Lion comes our way! 1995
  107. 107. Eva Stenger Nurse of Year 2000
  108. 108. Diabetic Care 1996

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