Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

St. Anthony Hospital Names Two New Officials

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

St. Anthony Hospital Names Two New Officials

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Ore Spencer has been appointed director of the business office at St. Anthony Hospital. He oversees all aspects of the business office which includes billing and insurance. Spencer has 20 years hospital experience in Oklahoma, Texas and Tennessee.

Also at St. Anthony Hospital, Diane Fulton has been named the specialty care II nursing director, overseeing neurosurgery, orthopedics, endocrinology and RehabCare. She is responsible for patient care management, personnel and emergency situations. . .

- Dr.William C. Orr, researcher, founder and former director of an Oklahoma City sleep center and gastrointestinal laboratory, has been named director of research for the Baptist Medical Center of Oklahoma Foundation.

Orr will consult persons who have ideas for research and assist in research design, data analysis, manuscript writing and consultation services.

A sleep physiologist, Orr also will direct a new Sleep Diagnostic and Research Center at Baptist. He and pulmonary specialist Dr. Norman Imes will study and treat disorders like sleep apnea, in which persons periodically stop breathing, and narcolepsy, characterized by overwhelming urges to sleep during the day. . .

- Dr. Robertt F. Hines has joined the staff of Orthopaedic Specialists Inc. in Midwest City. Hines was chief of orthopaedic surgery for Scott and White Clinic, College Station, Texas, and was assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery at the Texas A&M University College of Medicine.

Hines has special interest in sports medicine, and has helped provide orthopaedic care for the Oklahoma City '89er baseball team, and NCAA wrestling championship tournaments. . .

- The Oklahoma Association on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse will provide a free seminar on preventing drug use in the workplace at its 16th Annual Conference on April 3 and 4 at the Lincoln Plaza Hotel Conference Center. The association's president, John Mayfield, said business owners, managers, labor representatives and the public at large are encouraged to attend the Drug-Free Workplace seminar, which will be on the second day of the conference.

The seminar will examine all aspects of recognizing and acting on substance abuse in private industry. Panelists representing several major Oklahoma employers will discuss such topics as costs and benefits of attacking substance abuse, organizational structure for dealing with the issue, and confideniality. …

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