The Jane M. Case Hospital Building Campaign

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to save

your life!

You Can't Make

A Better Investment

THE

JANE M. CASE HOSPITAL BUILDING FUND

CAMPAIGN HEADQUARTERS

75 W. WILLIAM STREET PHONE DELAWARE 36981
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"WHEN WE BUILD let us think that we

build forever...let it not be for the

present delight, nor for the present use alone;

let it be such work as our descendants will

thank us for."

JOHN RUSKIN
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A Community Need

THIS COMMUNITY'S GREATEST PRESENT NEED is more hospital facilities. For

more than a year the Hospital's Board of Trustees and Medical Staff have been work-

ing toward a program intended to correct this condition.

The recently announced campaign to provide $600,000 with which to construct a new

wing and rehabilitate portions of the present building is the result of their study and effort.

Today, beds are in space never intended for patient use. Private rooms have been

converted into two-bed and three-bed wards. With 60 beds crowded into our 30 bed

Hospital, further expansion to accommodate the increasing number who seek admittance

is impossible.

Patients are requested to remain no longer than absolutely necessary. Frequently they

are urged by the Hospital Staff and their Physicians to leave before they wish to return to

their homes, that others in greater need of service may be admitted. The Hospital has no

accommodations for long term convalescents, or the infirm who wish to remain for extended

periods of time.

This is a COMMUNITY PROBLEM in which everyone has a common responsibility.

It affects the individual, the members of the family and his neighbors. Firms and corpora-

tions likewise, must assume an equitable share of the objective, justifying their participa-

tion by the axiom that good health and high production go hand in hand.

To Save Your Life - - -

You Can't Find a Better Investment
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The Medical Staff

THE MEDICAL PROFESSION has long recognized the shortage of local hospital

facilities as a menace to public health. In a recent staff meeting they approved the

proposed plans and procedures for expanding the Hospital to more nearly meet the health

needs of the community.

Successful practice of the healing arts today, more than ever before, imposes upon

the physician demands far beyond his individual capacity to meet. Higher incomes and

health insurance have made hospital care possible for added thousands and, they expect

and should have this service.

Like the rest of their fellow citizens, physicians and dentists are human. They are

husbands, parents, neighbors and friends. They enjoy the blessings and share the respon-

sibilities that come from living in a good community. They, too, are prey to ills which

must be fought with every weapon in the aresenal of scientific knowledge.

The physician has a powerful ally in the modern hospital. By making it possible for

the gravely ill and the victims of serious accidents, who are his patients, to be in one

place close to diagnostic, mechanical and therapeutic facilities and under his continuous

supervision, the hospital contributes greatly to the restoration of the afflicted to the

blessings of health.

If, as we know, the profession of healing has made greater progress

in the first half of the Twentieth Century than in all the years of prior

history it is because of discoveries in science and technology. The physician

is always first to give credit to the modern hospital for its contribution to

the progress. Likewise, he is always among the first to support the cause

of building adequately to meet the health needs of the community.

[photo of surgeon]
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Is Expansion Necessary

OUR HOSPITAL SITUATION is so desperate it is sometimes necessary to request

ambulance owners to take accident victims elsewhere because there are no emergency

beds available.

Chronic sufferers are frequently asked to delay entrance to give priority to acute cases

of illness that must have immediate attention.

Imagine the terror that grips the hearts of the sick and injured when told-- "Sorry,

there are no beds available!"

Much of our equipment and facilities are rapidly approaching obsolescence. We need

a new and larger Surgery. Our Maternity Department is unsatisfactory. X-Ray and

Laboratory rooms are too small for effective work. The Dietary Department, now in the

basement of the Nurses Residence, will be located in the new building where receiving and

the preparation and serving of food can be handled effectively. Supervision, likewise, will

have a central location which will contribute much to efficiency throughout the institution.

The intensive service area of the Hospital embraces a poulation of approximately

25,000. On the basis of recognized hospital bed requirements- 4.5 beds per 1,000 popu-

lation--our need is 112 beds.

The plans projected on the following pages,

leaving the 4th floor a shell for the present, pro-

vides 75 beds with a maximum capacity of 97

possible. If, through the generous response of

our citizens, the 4th floor can be finished now,

we will have a 106 bed hospital with a maxi-

mum capacity of 133 beds.

to save

your life!

You Can't Make

A Better Investment

[photo of surgeons]
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Community Support

OUR CITIZENS are of one mind regarding the need for expanding the physical

facilities of our hospital. There must also be unanimous financial support, individual

and corporate, if we are to achieve our objective.

The Jane M. Case Hospital has served our people for 50 years. It was built and

equipped by others. Now, it is our responsibility to build for the next 50 years to provide

adequately for ourselves and those who will follow us. This is truly a "Once in a Life

Time Opportunity."

One thing is certain, wishful thinking will never provide an adequate hospital for this

community. No one can without his fair share hoping a generous neighbor will give

enough to make unnecessary his full and equitable participation. $600,000 is a challenging

goal, but entirely possible of attainment when measured by the economy of Delaware

County.

A gift to the Jane M. Case Hospital Building Fund is a deductible item when computing

corporate and personal Income Tax returns. Those who are in a position to give stock in

payment of their gifts are urged to consult their attorney, or tax specialist to determine

the advantage they may realize in this plan of paying their contribution.

Gifts may be paid monthly, quar-

terly, semi-annually, or annually over

a period of 36 months. Special pay-

ment plans may be arranged to

meet the convenience of donors.

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Names That Will Live

LONG after inscriptions on stone and bronze are worn thin--hospital memorials will

live in men's minds because they represent service to suffering mankind. Truly they

are a breath of immortality.

There is no better way to honor the memory of a loved one, perpetuate the name of

a firm, a fellow employee, a fraternal group, or to place one's name favorably before his

fellowman, than through a hospital memorial which will carry on the ideal of service

above self.

On the following pages many opportunities are offered for lasting memorials. In

addition to room memorials, equipment memorials are also available. You may make

your choice from the floor plans and lists in this booklet. When you have made your

selection, your memorial designation will be recorded pending the completion of the build-

ing when suitable plaques will be provided.

"I expect to pass through this world

but once, any good thing therefore

that I can do, or any kindness that

I can show to any fellow creature,

let me not defer or neglect it--for

I shall not pass this way again."

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Why Do We Build

AN ENLARGED HOSPITAL with a new Surgery, a modern Maternity Department,

adequate Pediatric facilities and other equipment that will contribute to better health

care, is not a move to "keep up with the Joneses."

Like the cities that have built, and those that will do so in the near future, we are

attempting to meet demands created by population growth and the attitude of a public educated

to the advantages of hospital service.

Firms and individuals provide the capital needs of voluntary hospitals because of (a)

SENTIMENT - that humanitarian desire to care for mothers and their babies, restore cripped

children to health, provide comfort for the aged, protect employees and their families and serve

the health interests of the whole community. (b) REASON - the knowledge that hospitals

are a mighty factor in the advancement of preventive and curative medicine; their influence

on the economy of the community, and because they represent a heritage the present generation

recognizes it owes to the one that follows.
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Good Reasons for Giving

A HOSPITAL is far more than stone, mortar, bricks, beds and bassinets. It is the

embodiment of hope, achievement, faith and courage. Nothing you have ever done--

nothing you will ever do--will equal in human value and personal satisfaction your investment

in lengthening the life and strengthening the living of your fellow man. Today's donors are

making an investment in--"Better Life, for Life."

To the employer--health and wealth go hand-in-hand. A healthy working force means

less absenteeism, more production, greater profit. Accepting your fair share of the objective

will guarantee adequate hospital facilities for you, your family, your employees and their

families.

To the employee--a quick recovery from accident or illness can certainly mean added

dollars in your pocket. Your pledge of Fair Share support is vital to the hospital needs of

our community, to you, and to your family.

To the citizens of this area--an adequate hospital is your guarantee of the protection you

and your family deserve. Give your Fair Share.

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Dedicated to the Ministry of Healing

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LOUIS F. KARLSBERGER - ARCHITECT

The Jane M. Case Hospital

ARCHITECT'S CONCEPTION OF THE NEW WING AND THE PROPOSED FOURTH FLOOR OVER THE PRESENT STRUCTURE
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FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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Unit Unit 6 Semi-Annual

Numbers Description Prices Payments Of

126 Washing & Sterlizing $ 750 $ 125

125 X-Ray Storage 750 125

124 Pharmacy 5,000 834

127 Laboratory 7,500 1,250

128 Electrocardiogram 4,200 700

123 Radiographic 3,000 500

129 X-Ray Office & Viewing 2,500 417

Waiting Room 1,200 200

122 Dark Room 900 150

121 Radiographic 3,500 584

120 Emergency 7,500 1,250

Elevators (2 Units) 10,000 1,667

132 Admitting 5,000 834

119 Emergency Office 3,600 600

117 Lobby 50,000 8,334

Entry Way 3,600 600

118 Business Office 24,000 4,000
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Unit Unit 6 Semi-Annual

Numbers Description Prices Payments Of

238 Major Operating $15,000 $ 2,500

237 Scrub-Up 1,800 300

235 Major Operating 15,000 2,500

239 Clean-Up 2,500 417

234 Scrub-Up 1,800 300

240 Anesthetic Storage 2,000 334

232 Minor Operating 12,000 2,000

241 Sterile Storage 1,800 300

242 Nurse's Lounge 3,600 600

231 Recorder 1,800 300

230 Supervisor 1,500 250

228 Surgeon's Lounge 5,000 834

224-25-26 Sterile Storage--Sterilizing 4,500 750

229 Dark Room 900 150

223 Central Supply--N.S. Storage 3,600 600

219-20-21 Patient Rooms (3 Units) 3,000 500

222 Solaria 10,000 1,667

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN
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THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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Unit Unit 6 Semi-Annual

Numbers Description Prices Payments Of

334-36-37 Patient Rooms (3 Units) $ 3,500 $ 584

335 Paient Room 4,200 700

331 Patient Room (Isolation) 2,500 417

330 Clean-Up 1,500 250

328 Delivery 7,500 1,250

333 Utility 750 125

332 Nurse's Station 2,000 334

329 Scrub-Up 750 125

338 Doctor's Lockers 2,500 417

324 Work Room 600 100

325 Ante Room 500 84

326 Labor & Emergency Delivery 4,500 750

323 Nursery 10,000 1,667

319-20-21 Patient Rooms (3 Units) 4,200 700

322 Solaria 10,000 1,667
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Unit Unit 6 Semi-Annual

Numbers Description Prices Payments Of

408 Patient Room $ 3,500 $ 584

405-406 Patient Rooms (2 Units) 3,000 500

403 Flower Room 500 84

401-402 Patient Rooms (2 Units) 3,000 500

428 Nurse's Station 1,500 250

427 Doctor's Chart Room 1,800 300

426 Treatment Room 7,500 1,250

425 Pantry 750 125

424 Linen 750 125

429-422 Patient Rooms (4 Units) 4,200 700

423 Patient Room 5,000 834

415-417 Patient Rooms (3 Units) 5,000 834

418 Solaria 10,000 1,667

409-414 Patient Rooms (6 Units) 3,500 584

This floor will remain a shell for the present unless, through the

generous response of the public, sufficient funds are made available to

complete it at this time. These additional rooms are needed and can be

used most advantageously.

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FOURTH FLOOR PLAN
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BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

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Unit Unit 6 Semi-Annual

Numbers Description Prices Payments Of

3 Boiler Room $ 7,500 $ 1,250

39 Laundry 7,500 1,250

36 Central Store 6,000 1,000

34 Issue & Receiving 900 150

33 Anesthesia Storage 750 125

31 Men's Dining 3,600 600

30 Day Storage 300 50

29 Dairy Refrigeration 300 50

27 Meat Preparation 300 50

26 Fruit Refrigeration 300 50

24 Vegetable Preparation 300 50

32 Dietitian's Office 1,800 300

23 Main Kitchen 6,000 1,000

22 Diet Kitchen 2,000 334

21 Dishwashing & Truck Clean-Up 750 125

18 Cafeteria 18,000 3,000

19 Serving 2,500 417

20 Storage 750 125

PRESENT BUILDING

Unit Unit 6 Semi-Annual

Numbers Description Prices Payments Of

9 Female Help Lounge $ 1,200 $ 200

5 Shop 500 84

1 Pharmacy Stores 420 70

2 Engineers Office 360 60

40 Central Linen Room 900 150

37 Housekeeper's Office 600 100

12 Nurse's Lounge 3,000 500

13 Record Storage 600 100

14 Male Help Lounge 1,000 167
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Other Memorials

Many persons may wish to provide equipment memorials rather than

nursing units or rooms.

In addition to bronze plaques which will be placed on memorial units,

a Master Plaque containing the names of all memorial donors will be displayed

conspicuously in the building.

EQUIPMENT MEMORIALS

Number Unit 6 Semi-Annual

of Units Description Prices Payments Of

1 X-Ray Machine $15,000 $ 2,500

1 Autoclave 6,000 1,000

1 Autoclave 5,000 834

1 Major Sterilizing Unit 3,500 584

2 Minor Sterilizing Unit 3,000 500

2 Major Operating Table 2,500 417

1 Delivery Room Equipment 2,500 417

1 Orthopedic Fracture Table 1,750 334

2 Minor Operating Table 1,750 292

1 Labor Room Equipment 1,750 292

1 Furnishings--Business Office 1,500 250

17 Furniture--Double Room 1,500 250

16 Furniture--Single Room 1,000 167

1 Anesthesia Machine 1,000 167

1 Oxygen Air Pressure Lock 1,000 167

2 Oxygen Tent 750 125

1 Furnishings--Admittance Office 750 125

10 Drinking Fountain 300 50

14 Bassinet 150 25

OPPORTUNITIES IN PRESENT BUILDING

Unit Unit 6 Semi-Annual

Numbers Description Prices Payments Of

109 Patient Room $ 3,000 $ 500

108 Pantry 750 125

106-107 Patient Rooms (2 Units) 2,500 417

105 Nurse's Station 1,500 250

103 Utility 600 100

101-102 Patient Rooms (2 Units) 2,000 334

131 Doctor's Lounge 7,500 1,250

130 Medical Records 3,500 584

110 Patient Room 2,000 334

111 Pediatrics 6,000 1,000

112-13-14 Patient Rooms (3 Units) 2,500 417

115 Director of Nurses 3,600 600

116 Administrator 5,000 834
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Leadership

GLENN W. WAY, Campaign Chairman

Hospital Trustees

JAMES W. BLAIR W. S. SCHAEFFER

ARTHUR R. JEWELL FRED L. SLONE

CLYDE E. LEWIS JOE W. SMART

WILL MCELFRESH R. V. ULLOM

DONALD MACKLEY JOSEPH VOGEL

MRS. J. H. MATTHEWS MRS. GLENN W. WAY

Medical Staff

DR. E. V. ARNOLD DR. MARY K. KUHN

DR. GEORGE D. BYLDENBURGH DR. BERNARD R. LAUER

DR. G. T. BLYDENBURGH DR. GEORGE J. PARKER

DR. W. E. BORDEN DR. JAMES G. PARKER

DR. A. R. CALLANDER DR. G. E. ROBINSON

DR. M. S. CHERINGTON DR. DOUGLAS L. SMITH

DR. HAROLD W. DAVIS DR. F. M. STRATTON

DR. DONALD L. GANTT DR. CHESTER B. THEISS JR.

DR. EDWARD C. JENKINS DR. TENNYSON WILLIAMS
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[diagram with

THE

JANE M. CASE

HOSPITAL

in a circle and lines pointing to these towns (clockwise):

WALDO, ASHLEY, LEONARDSBURG, KILBOURNE, OLIVE GREEN, BERKSHIRE, SUNBURY,

GALENA, LEWIS CENTER, STRATFORD, POWELL, SHAWNEE HILLS, HYATTSVILLE,

BELLEPOINT, OSTRANDER, WARRENSBURG, RADNOR]

The Intensive Service Area of The

Jane M. Case Hospital

Has A Population of Approximately 25,000
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A disaster or an epidemic could,

with the existing bed shortage,

create a critical problem.

Dublin Core

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The Jane M. Case Hospital Building Campaign

Subject

Delaware--Delaware County--Ohio
Fund raisers--Ohio--Delaware--Ohio
Hospitals--Jane Case--Delaware--Ohio

Description

This is a booklet, circa 1950, highlighting the need for additions to Jane M. Case Hospital in Delaware, Ohio.

Creator

Jane M. Case Hospital Building Fund

Date

circa 1950

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http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/CNE/1.0/

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Typed Paper

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English

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Still Image
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22221039

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Citation

Jane M. Case Hospital Building Fund, “The Jane M. Case Hospital Building Campaign,” Delaware County Memory, accessed September 27, 2021, http://delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/205.

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