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  • Old Parkland Hospital's profile
    The possibilities are endless Phone 214 661 8000 Address 3819 Maple Avenue City Dallas State TX Zip code 75219 Country United States Website http www oldparkland com Company Name Crow Holdings 2 16 Time capsule container recovered at Old Parkland Hospital Details by Old Parkland Hospital in real estate 2 328 views 12 19 Old Parkland Hospital Video A Place of Dallas History Details by Old Parkland Hospital in real

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    the future History forms the foundation for the future Old Parkland s history inextricably tied to the City of Dallas is rooted in a commitment to innovation and to the community Those who work at Old Parkland find themselves among others who carry this tradition forward Originally a teaching hospital Old Parkland always had a unique connection with those who worked inside The passion dedication and determination of these people still echo in the walls of the buildings inspiring those who now walk their halls The Old Parkland Campus is more than just a space It is a living breathing community Beyond the individual trees and buildings tenants and staff that gives the campus its unique atmosphere is the way that these elements intermingle how they occupy their physical space and contribute to a greater whole In 2008 prior to relocation of Crow Holdings headquarters a reception was held for many of the doctors nurses and nursing students who lived and worked at Old Parkland Hospital Tours were conducted so those in attendance were first to see its renovation That day and for over a year video oral history sessions were conducted to preserve the memories and perspective of those who lived and worked there Old Parkland Hospital Alumni participants Martha Bledsoe Sanford Parkland School of Nursing 1953 1956 Dr Margie Ferrell Roper Old Parkland Hospital 1943 Gwyn Wilson Montrose Parkland Nursing School 1943 1955 Dr Ronald Garvey Parkland Hospital 1953 Lillian Holzman Foster 1950 1954 Barbara Gray Parkland Nursing School 1953 1956 Bettye J Spillman Henderson Parkland Nursing School 1945 1955 Fay Elise Higgins King Parkland Nursing School 1948 1951 Virginia Lawrence Fieszel Old Parkland Hospital 1949 Betty L Goodell Johnson Parkland Nursing School 1948 1951 Marie Groh Libby Parkland Nursing School 1951 1954 Dr Charles Bell Old Parkland

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    the foundation for the future Old Parkland s history inextricably tied to the City of Dallas is rooted in a commitment to innovation and to the community Those who work at Old Parkland find themselves among others who carry this tradition forward Originally a teaching hospital Old Parkland always had a unique connection with those who worked inside The passion dedication and determination of these people still echo in the walls of the buildings inspiring those who now walk their halls The Old Parkland Campus is more than just a space It is a living breathing community Beyond the individual trees and buildings tenants and staff that gives the campus its unique atmosphere is the way that these elements intermingle how they occupy their physical space and contribute to a greater whole In 2008 prior to relocation of Crow Holdings headquarters a reception was held for many of the doctors nurses and nursing students who lived and worked at Old Parkland Hospital Tours were conducted so those in attendance were first to see its renovation That day and for over a year video oral history sessions were conducted to preserve the memories and perspective of those who lived and worked there Old Parkland Hospital Alumni participants Martha Bledsoe Sanford Parkland School of Nursing 1953 1956 Dr Margie Ferrell Roper Old Parkland Hospital 1943 Gwyn Wilson Montrose Parkland Nursing School 1943 1955 Dr Ronald Garvey Parkland Hospital 1953 Lillian Holzman Foster 1950 1954 Barbara Gray Parkland Nursing School 1953 1956 Bettye J Spillman Henderson Parkland Nursing School 1945 1955 Fay Elise Higgins King Parkland Nursing School 1948 1951 Virginia Lawrence Fieszel Old Parkland Hospital 1949 Betty L Goodell Johnson Parkland Nursing School 1948 1951 Marie Groh Libby Parkland Nursing School 1951 1954 Dr Charles Bell Old Parkland Hospital 1952 1956 Linda

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    helping the family get organized Of course my wife was a little unhappy about that but she got over it She learned over the years that that was going to happen again and again and again and might as well get with it Dr James Holman 1943 1945 We work here at Parkland and this was the nurses quarters and I believe the first vaccine for Polio was given here where I remember in 55 Dr Boswell My first year here I got a whole big old salary of 10 a month plus room boarding and laundry but that was for 24 hours a day 7 days a week Every day the hospital owned your body and that was fine The only rest we got some time was flop on a patient Inaudible 0 02 51 and sleep for 20 or 30 minutes then go up and get back to the operating room Dr Holman They said we can work two days and two nights and sleep on the third night if we need to Ms Foster We always stay in the dining room with the doctors We always let the doctors go ahead first if the doctors came in while we were standing in line because they were always in a hurry it seemed like Marty Dunkin McMillan Daughter of Nurse Helen C Dunkin There was huge level of respect that doctors were given in those days They were God Vivian Meadows Mobley Parkland Nursing School 1947 1953 I think the nurses all respected the doctors very much and were willing to do whatever the doctor asked them to do for the patient There was great affection for them and respect Dr Boswell We were doctors and we took care of people That was the most outstanding features of this institution Old Parkland Hospital Video A Place of Dallas History Old Parkland Hospital Video A Place of Dallas History Old Parkland Hospital was founded in 1894 at a time when Dallas was young and their full potential had yet to be understood In the ensuing decades Dallas began to grow not only in population but in influence By 1913 the original wooden structure had been deemed inadequate for the medical needs of the community and a gleaming new building was opened immediately becoming the most modern medical facility in the region At a time when Dallas was beginning to gain its legs Parkland Hospital became an important symbol of progress and a harbinger for the future History forms the foundation for the future Old Parkland s history inextricably tied to the City of Dallas is rooted in a commitment to innovation and to the community Those who work at Old Parkland find themselves among others who carry this tradition forward Originally a teaching hospital Old Parkland always had a unique connection with those who worked inside The passion dedication and determination of these people still echo in the walls of the buildings inspiring those who now walk their halls

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    check in and checkout when we left Marie Groh Libby Parkland Nursing School 1951 1954 Our uniforms had a white collar white cuffs and it was blue and white striped with a little cotton belt on it Of course we wore the white stockings and shoes Then before we went in our second year we had a capping ceremony Where we got the caps We had took the white collar off and we put on bib and a apron The hospital kept those clean for us and starched them and delivered them back also the cap Our third year that was the reason for the black cap As you can see it just falls back and it s got a little button in the back Laverne Holman Foster We just did mostly class work the first year but then we started in hospital We worked on different floors The lower floor was the medicine floor and the floors were cement When the people that cleaned washed the floors they just look just as bad when I got through as it when I started Bettye J Spillman Henderson Parkland Nursing School 1945 1955 We lived in the basement for six months during our preclinical period After that if we did not pass all the grades or anything we were washed at I lived in a small room in the north west corner of the basement and I had six roommates Three of them washed out at the end of six months Four of us stayed and of that four three graduated in 1948 Laverne Holman Foster We didn t have air conditioning and so the windows were open in the summer time because it was so hot we just nearly died with those uniforms and the masks and the hat Bettye L Goodell Johnson Parkland Nursing School 1948 1951 It was very intense our work and studies but I think we had so much more experiences working in the hospital than maybe later nurses had We had very very good training very good instructors Martha Bledsoe Sanford Parkland School of Nursing 1953 1956 In those days we washed every tube that went in and out of the body We had to wash all the needles and syringes They bury the needles and we had no experience in that Laverne Holman Foster The laundry would come up and they d pile it on the old gurney and we d sit there if we weren t scrubbed or circulating in the operating room and fold up the hats and the masks and put them because it had to be just so so and then we put them in the box so the doctors could grab them and nurses when they went in the operating room Bettye J Spillman Henderson In leaving the nurses home to go the hospital to work or return in if we were there at the door to leave we had to stand and hold the door open if an

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    check in and checkout when we left Marie Groh Libby Parkland Nursing School 1951 1954 Our uniforms had a white collar white cuffs and it was blue and white striped with a little cotton belt on it Of course we wore the white stockings and shoes Then before we went in our second year we had a capping ceremony Where we got the caps We had took the white collar off and we put on bib and a apron The hospital kept those clean for us and starched them and delivered them back also the cap Our third year that was the reason for the black cap As you can see it just falls back and it s got a little button in the back Laverne Holman Foster We just did mostly class work the first year but then we started in hospital We worked on different floors The lower floor was the medicine floor and the floors were cement When the people that cleaned washed the floors they just look just as bad when I got through as it when I started Bettye J Spillman Henderson Parkland Nursing School 1945 1955 We lived in the basement for six months during our preclinical period After that if we did not pass all the grades or anything we were washed at I lived in a small room in the north west corner of the basement and I had six roommates Three of them washed out at the end of six months Four of us stayed and of that four three graduated in 1948 Laverne Holman Foster We didn t have air conditioning and so the windows were open in the summer time because it was so hot we just nearly died with those uniforms and the masks and the hat Bettye L Goodell Johnson Parkland Nursing School 1948 1951 It was very intense our work and studies but I think we had so much more experiences working in the hospital than maybe later nurses had We had very very good training very good instructors Martha Bledsoe Sanford Parkland School of Nursing 1953 1956 In those days we washed every tube that went in and out of the body We had to wash all the needles and syringes They bury the needles and we had no experience in that Laverne Holman Foster The laundry would come up and they d pile it on the old gurney and we d sit there if we weren t scrubbed or circulating in the operating room and fold up the hats and the masks and put them because it had to be just so so and then we put them in the box so the doctors could grab them and nurses when they went in the operating room Bettye J Spillman Henderson In leaving the nurses home to go the hospital to work or return in if we were there at the door to leave we had to stand and hold the door open if an

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    forms the foundation for the future Old Parkland s history inextricably tied to the City of Dallas is rooted in a commitment to innovation and to the community Those who work at Old Parkland find themselves among others who carry this tradition forward Originally a teaching hospital Old Parkland always had a unique connection with those who worked inside The passion dedication and determination of these people still echo in the walls of the buildings inspiring those who now walk their halls The Old Parkland Campus is more than just a space It is a living breathing community Beyond the individual trees and buildings tenants and staff that gives the campus its unique atmosphere is the way that these elements intermingle how they occupy their physical space and contribute to a greater whole In 2008 prior to relocation of Crow Holdings headquarters a reception was held for many of the doctors nurses and nursing students who lived and worked at Old Parkland Hospital Tours were conducted so those in attendance were first to see its renovation That day and for over a year video oral history sessions were conducted to preserve the memories and perspective of those who lived and worked there Old Parkland Hospital Alumni participants Martha Bledsoe Sanford Parkland School of Nursing 1953 1956 Dr Margie Ferrell Roper Old Parkland Hospital 1943 Gwyn Wilson Montrose Parkland Nursing School 1943 1955 Dr Ronald Garvey Parkland Hospital 1953 Lillian Holzman Foster 1950 1954 Barbara Gray Parkland Nursing School 1953 1956 Bettye J Spillman Henderson Parkland Nursing School 1945 1955 Fay Elise Higgins King Parkland Nursing School 1948 1951 Virginia Lawrence Fieszel Old Parkland Hospital 1949 Betty L Goodell Johnson Parkland Nursing School 1948 1951 Marie Groh Libby Parkland Nursing School 1951 1954 Dr Charles Bell Old Parkland Hospital 1952 1956

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