Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 7, 1971 · Page 20
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How about some medical paraprofessionals? By JOHN P. ROCHE Up in I Corps in Vietnam, the Marines developed a remarkable community action program. Various units literally adopted Vietnamese villages, helped them with sanitation, drainage, and all the other problems of rural life in an under-developed nation, Including — and this is the point — health. Corpsmen ran dispensaries, gave shots, fixed broken legs, supervised childbirths, and in general practiced medicine. Theye were (and are) good and it is fair to say that they were quite competent to handle about 90 per cent of the medical business in their communities. Moreover, they had the brains to recognize cases that needed expert care, who would then be sent to physicians, surgeons, and other accredited members of the medical profession. As I have wandered around some primitive parts of the world, and some primitive sections (both urban and rural) of the United States, the thought has often occurred — why can't paraprofessionals of this sort substitute for doctors in public health programs? We say there is an acute doctor shortage in the United States, but I suspect there are more M.D.s in greater Boston than there are in the whole of Indonesia. Our hospitals are full of foreign internes and residents who theoretically are going back to Afghanistan, Lebanon or wherever once they have finished their lengthy training. However, I have a sneaking suspicion that many of them spend what little time they have off from their profesional duites trying to obtain American citizenship. And if they do return, one may suspect they will not establish their offices out in the boonies. This is not said in criticism either of current American medical education or of the individuals concerned: "How are you going to keep them happy out in Kabul after they've seen Cambridge?" (To paraphrase an old song.) We need all the qualified doctors we can get, both here and abroad. But at the same time, what is being done to build up the ranks of the paraprofessionals? For examlpe, a friend of mine was in an automobile accident one night down on the South Shore (Massachusetts). It was pretty messy, but the ambulance arrived and out jumped two attendants, who moved with prevision and dispatch to save the life of one of the victims. My friend, who fortunately was injured only slightly, assumed they were internes or residents. They turned out to be corpsmen from Weymouth Naval Air Station, who were working nights (on their own time) at_the South Shore Hospital. Since then I have snooped around and learned that local hospitals whenever possible supplement their resources from nearby military medical installations. It is very intelligent. But I have also learned that once a corpsman or any army medic gets his discharge, he has an extremely difficult time getting any hospital employment except as an orderly or in a menial role. Again without sniping at the medical schools — which have enough problems already — isn't it time for those conc e r n e d with community medicine, particularly in the slums, to maximize these skilled technicians? In other words, we could institute in our society what all of us who have ever served in the armed forces knew: a split-level approach to medical treatment. Minor disorders, shots, tests, setting simple fractures, etc. to be handled by paraprofessionals; serious problems to be referred to doctors for the United State's, it would be invaluable in the developing nations. Is it too much to suggest to our elite medical schools that training such paraprofessionals should be as high on their list of priorities as turning out psychiatrists to alleviate the angst of the upper classes? lots of Good Eatin' 'PRODUCTS 2 Gals. 89c GRADE A HOMOGENIZED MILK 1 GALLON 89c ALL FLAVOR ICE MILK... 2ol; 89c 4 BETSY ROSS BREAD 95 C 1-Lb. Loaves DUNCAN NINES CAKE MIXES 3 $1 oo Boxes A CHOCOLATE MILK Quart KREY OR HUNTER THICK SLICE BACON 2 Lb. $ 4 09 Pkg. 1 MANHATTAN COFFEE 89c 1 Lb. Can AG APPLESAUCE 6-303 $ 4 00 Cans 1 HALF & HALF Pint 33C Quart 63C Delicious on Cereal Or in Coffee AG EARLY HARVEST PEAS 5-303 $ if 00 Cans YELLOW FREESTONE PEACHES No. 2'/>*caiiZ9C taeh PRICES GOOD AT BOTH STORES We Reserve Right to Limit Quantity of Purchase GROCERIES • LUNCH MEAT • East Alton DAIRY STORE 40S Itrkshlrt llvd. •AST ALTON, ILL. FROZEN FOOD DAIRY PRODUCTS Melville DAIRY STORE ROUTI 1M CLIFTON TIRRACI RD West •» Noini Alt** GOOD THURSDAY. 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