Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 30, 1974 · Page 9
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June 30, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 9

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State Health Plan Outlined The plan was prepared he- cause it is a federal reipure- raeat for partieipatio* in the HiU-Burtoa CoastmeUoa and Modernization Program. The state is divided into 11 health areas. The plan's analysis of these areas shows the following needs: Area No. 1 (McDowell. Mercer. Monroe, Raleigh. Summers and Wyoming counties) needs 1.260 general hospital beds. Included in this total are none to be added and 485 to be modernized. The need for long-term care beds totals 957 which includes 425 to be added and 25 to be modernized. Eight rehabilitation outpatient facilities. 18 outpatient facilities and seven p'ublic health centers are needed. Area No. 2 (Cabell. Lincoln. Logan. Mason. Mingo and Wayne counties) needs 1.275 general hospital beds. Included in this total are none to be added and 188 to be modernized. The need for long-term care tota. 1,089 which includes 729 to be added and 258 to be modernized. Four rehabilitation outpatient facilities and seven public health centers are needed. Area No. 3 (Boone. Clay. Kanawha and Putnam counties) need 1,504 general hospital beds. Included in this total are 41 to be added and 709 to be modernized. The need for long-term care beds totals. 1.023 which includes 844 to be added-and 81 to be modernized. Seven rehabilitation outpatient facilities, 11 outpatient facilities and five public health centers are needed. Area No. 4 (Fayette. Greenbrier, Nicholas, Pocahontas and Webster counties) needs 451 general hospital beds. Included in this total are none to be added and 147 to be mod- ecnized. The need for long- · term care bed? totals 561 which includes 318 to be added and 55 to be modernized. Five rehabilitation outpatient facilities, 15 outpatient facilities and six public health centers are needed. .' Area No. 5 (Calhoun, Jackson. Pleasants, Ritchie, Roane, Tyler, Wirt, and Wood counties) needs 729 hospital beds. Included in this total are none to be added and 55 to be modernized. The need'for long-term care beds total 693 which includes 203 to be added and 247 to be modernized. Four rehabilitation and outpatient facilities, nine outpatient facilities and nine public health centers are needed. Area No. 6 (Doddrige, Harrison, Marion, Monongalia, Preston and Taylor counties). ··· needs 1,045 general hospital beds. Included in this total are none to be added and 294 to be. modernized. The need' for.; long-term care beds totals 1,122 which included 686 to be added and 272 to be modernized. Seven rehabilitation out-, patient facilities, nine outpa-' tient facilities and: seven, public health centers are needed. Area No. 7 (Harbour, Braxton. Gilmer, Lewis, Randolph, Tucker and Upshur counties) needs 452 general hospital beds. Included in this total are none to be added and 124 to be modernized. The need for long-term care beds totals 561 which included 94 to be added and 237 to be modernized. Four rehabilitation outpatient facilities. 12 outpatient facilities and eight public health centers are needed. Area No. 8 (Grant Hampshire. Hardy, Mineral, and Pendleton counties) needs 153 * general hospital beds. Included in this total are three to be added and 53 to be modernized. The need for long-term care beds totals 264 which in: eludes 196 to be added and 18 to be modernized. Two rehabilitation outpatient facilities, five outpatient facilities and six public heath centers are needed. Area No. 9 (Berkeley. Jefferson and Morgan counties) needs 308 general hospital beds. Included in this total are none to be added and none to be modernized. The need for long-term care beds totals 264 which includes one to be added and 119 to be modernized. Two rehabilitation outpatient facilities, four outpatient; facilities and four public health centers are needed. Front F«fe One Nuclear turned it over to technical experts to thrash out technical issues. The crucial issue of imposing restraints on offensive nuclear weapons, especially on restraining deployment of multiple warheads, has not yet been negotiated in detail, according to Zeigter.. Authoritative sources said that at this stage, it appeared . that the most likely outcome of the arms talks, would be a- j.. generally worded joint declaration stating that Soviet and American arms negotiators in Geneva should concentrate in the coming months on the issue of halting multiple warhead deployment Congress 9 Image Now Protector Area No. 10 (Marshall, Ohio and Wetzel counties) needs 934 general hospital beds. Included in this total are none to be added and 12 to be modernized. The need for long-term care beds totals 561 which includes 40 to be added and 260 to be modernized. Four rehabilitation outpatient facilities, six outpatient facilities and four public health centers are needed. Area No. 11 (Brooke and Hancock counties) needs 234 general hospital beds. Included in this total are 38 to be added and 106 to be modern- ized. The aeed for tag term care beds totals 231 wfeick included Booe to be added aad 128 to be modernized. Two rehabilitation facilities, three outpatient facilities aod three public health centers are needed. General hospitals providing services statewide represent a need of 389 beds. Included in this total are none to be added and 106 to be modernized. The need for statewide long-term care beds totals 628. Included in this total are 11 to be added and 17 to be modernized. Twenty-three mental facilities with a total of 5,348 beds, one tuberculosis hospital, one outpatient facility, 17 rehabili- tation facilities aad one state hygienic laboratory are seeded. HAVING A GARAGE SALE? Let the Whole Town Know About II! Place a Low Cost Want Ad Today. Can 348-4849 mary of differences between them filled fowr books. At test, following a lengthy set of meetings, Senate-House eon ferees are with in one wrap up session of delivering a massive compromise for the expected swift final okay by Congress and anticipated signature of the President. THE EFFECTIVE dates for some of the new rules remain to be decided, soon after Congress returns from its Fourth of July recess. The new legislation would not force companies to provide pension plans. But it would set rules for existing pro- From Page One grants aod any started during the coming years. Wealthier professional people also would gain more generous tax breaks. The biU seeks to guarantee that those enrolled in pension plans actually get benefits when they retire. It gives workers permanent vesting rights: there would be contribution standards to guard against inadequate financing, and an employer- '.nanced. government-operated insurance system would protect workers against losses of benefits if a pension plan fails. . w*M fee a votaarv Jewess tf portafcy so a wort**- ecuM take pe«sx* rigte from oee job ;u aaoAfaef. Yestiag simply mesas a aoeforfeitabie right to benefits evee if the worker loses or leaves his job before he retires. Roughly 20 million workers are covered by private pension programs which have more than $150 billion ic assets. That is about half of the private non-farm work forct. and the new legislation is expected to hike the number. BETTER TAX breaks provided through the bill, meantime, would benefit taxpayers by some $450 million annually. More fjerous pension-connected '^x treatment would be provided for self-employed persons such as lawyers and tax to IX3» a year « feureK«t piaas. to ttee existing Uto* aaKtalK. 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