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Title: 'Healthy' Progress: Top Doctor Praises Gosford Hospital; 1000 Pints of Blood
Authors: Central Coast Express
Issue Date: 23-Aug-1967
Abstract: Article regarding Gosford District Hospital in Central Coast Express Newspaper, 23rd August 1967. " 'Healthy' Progress: Top Doctor Praises Gosford Hospital" and "1000 Pints of Blood". Image: Board Chairman, Cr. R. Vaughan
Description: " 'Healthy' Progress: Top Doctor Praises Gosford Hospital" details the Hospital's annual meeting with guest speaker, Dr Edgar Thompson (General Secretary of the Australian Medical Association). Dr Thompson spoke of the hospital as making 'healthy progress' and made points about the necessity of a pathology department as well as other points. Mr Reg Eddy thanked the speaker. A mark of respect was given for the late Mr Harry Craft by Board Chairman, R. M. Vaughan. "1000 Pints of Blood" details the Gosford District Hospital receiving its 1000th pint of blood since opening. Sister Day, remarked on the 1000 plus donors that the bank has and hopes to gain around 2000. Gosford Hospital is the first to send country blood to the city. Mr Mark Heppie was the donator of the 1000th pint.
Publicaton type: Memorabilia
Subject: Newspaper Articles;Blood Bank
Appears in Collections:Our Hospitals

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