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Infant care donation
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"The Beeville Memorial Hospital ladies Auxilliary "Pink Ladies" doanted a $6,000 "Infa Care Unit" by Puritan-Bennett Corp. to Beeville Memorial Hospital's nursery. At the presentation were Mrs. Lupe Morales, left, Nursery Charge Nurse; Mrs. Mary Walden, Pink Ladies president; and Mrs. Widad Mohr, Memorial Hospital Director of Nurses. According to Mrs. Mohr, the apparatus is a boon for pediatric and obstetric departments at the hospital in their care of infants. She said that the unit would permit monitoring of oxygen, cardiac response and temperature control and would be the most helpful in the care of critical and premature babies."
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What we know... "The Beeville Memorial Hospital ladies Auxilliary "Pink Ladies" doanted a $6,000 "Infa Care Unit" by Puritan-Bennett Corp. to Beeville Memorial Hospital's nursery. At the presentation were Mrs. Lupe Morales, left, Nursery Charge Nurse; Mrs. Mary Walden, Pink Ladies president; and Mrs. Widad Mohr, Memorial Hospital Director of Nurses. According to Mrs. Mohr, the apparatus is a boon for pediatric and obstetric departments at the hospital in their care of infants. She said that the unit would permit monitoring of oxygen, cardiac response and temperature control and would be the most helpful in the care of critical and premature babies." There was no year listed on this photo. If you know, or have some other information, post it below in a comment.
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"The Beeville Memorial Hospital ladies Auxilliary "Pink Ladies" doanted a $6,000 "Infa Care Unit" by Puritan-Bennett Corp. to Beeville Memorial Hospital's nursery. At the presentation were Mrs. Lupe Morales, left, Nursery Charge Nurse; Mrs. Mary Walden, Pink Ladies president; and Mrs. Widad Mohr, Memorial Hospital Director of Nurses. According to Mrs. Mohr, the apparatus is a boon for pediatric and obstetric departments at the hospital in their care of infants. She said that the unit would permit monitoring of oxygen, cardiac response and temperature control and would be the most helpful in the care of critical and premature babies."

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