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Jennie Edmundson Administrator Edward Lynn . . . walks along the bluff overlooking his hospital which is now expanding its facilities.

Operating Electroencephalogram . . . at Jennie Edmundson Hospital is Miss Mary Jo Franks, a staff member. The patient is in the adjoining test room.

Surgical Team...takes over in an operation that lasted six hours. Instruments shown are hemostats, clamped to the incision to slow bleeding.
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Electronic Thermometer...which instantly records body temperatures is observed constantly while patient is receiving hypothermia treatment.

Original Cornerstone . . . taken from 1905 building is inspected by Gov. Norman A. Erbe and Mis Dorothy Christensen. The old cornerstone will serve as a plaque in the new addition.

Viewing The Gaping Hole . . . near the Jennie Edmundson Hospital driveway entrance is David Holcomb, assistant administrator.

New Site Plan . . . for the Jennie Edmundson Hospital building program is shown here in relation to adjoining residential properties. The route of earth moving machines also is indicated.

Marching To Meeting Room . . . are Jennie Edmundson nurses Mrs. Luetta Petersen, Mrs. Florence Burke and Mrs. Diantha Haney and INA President Mrs. Virginia Galbreath. Walking behind Mrs. Haney is nurse Mrs. Alberta Anderson and INA consultant I.J.…

Nurses Monitoring Station . . . of new coronary care unit at Jennie Edmundson Hospital is checked by Dr. Nosrat Massih, director, with Mis Lois Gordon, RN, area supervisor at left, and Miss Vasthi Christensen, RN, coordinator of coronary care and…

Council Bluffs Changing Scene--From an old postcard of 1909 comes this picture of the original section of the present Jennie Edmundson Hospital at Oak and Pierce Streets. The card is from the collection of Arthur J. Rogers, 130 Park Ave.

Admiring New Furnishings . . . in a room at Jennie Edmundson Hospital are Miss Dorothy Christensen, and Drs. M.P. Margules, Fred Beaumont and Donald Stroy.

The old laundry building at Jennie Edmundson Hospital was being torn down Wednesday. The laundry has been moved to the new hospital building and is now in operation. Champney Wrecking Co. of Topeka, Kan., is doing the work. Champney is a…

All Is Ready . . . for the grand opening of the Jennie Edmundson Hosptial Gift Shop. Arranging items for display in the new facility are Lois Coons and Barbara Eilers, members of the hospital Auxiliary.

Expansion Work . . . has begun at Jennie Edmundson Hospital's emergency entrance area. The new construction will extend along this west wall and to the terraced bluffs on the south side of the hospital. A lot attendant and painted signs direct…

Spading The Way . . . for the $2,100,000 addition to Jennie Edmundson Hospital is Mrs. Lenora Steeve, president of the Women's Christian Association. Watching are Floyd Hughes Jr., Robert Owen, and association officers, Miss Dorothy Christensen, Mrs.…

Arriving At Hospital . . . for treatment are G.H. Smith, 1514 S. 6th St., and Ivan Monrad, 214 S. 34th St., in wheelchair. Dick Christensen, the 'Medi-Bus' driver, helps Monrad down the van's ramp while Raymond Uhlhorn, physical therapist, holds the…

This Spacious Lounge . . . is a comfortable area to relax for patients to wait their turn to receive medical attention in one of the outpatient areas.

Collecting And Arranging . . . employee time cards are Marsha Gibb, Jennie Edmundson Hospital payroll clerk, Vickie Petersen and Carole Plummer. After all time cards are collected and accounted for they will be taken to Council Bluffs Savings Bank…

Light And Airy Rooms . . . with vast use of glass, will be featured in the patients' rooms in the proposed new Jennie Edmundson Hospital. This is an architect's sketch.
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