Jones, Glenn M 1997-06-18

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Dr. Glenn Jones reminisces about Lubbock’s medical history and changes in the profession and technology.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Glenn M. Jones

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: June 18, 1997

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Gene B. Preuss

Length: 1 hour, 15 minutes


Abstract

Tape 1, Side 1: Background, Harlingen, Texas, Texas A & M University, Arrival in Lubbock, Radiology at Methodist Hospital, Separate billing, Settling in Lubbock, Dr. Renke, Texas A & M (again), Army Air Corps, Bombardier Training, Military Service, American G. I. Bill, Family, Great Depression, Lubbock as Medical Center, Specialists, Medical Residencies, Golden Age of Medicine, Nurses, Technicians, State Representative Delwin Jones, Robert Duncan, Technology, Improvements, Benefits for Obstetrics, Ultrasound, CAT scans, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Role of radiology, Nuclear Medicine (again).

Tape 1, Side 2: Medicare/ Medicaid, Government intervention, HMOs, Lubbock tornado, Work at hospital, Tornado Classification System, Medical associations, American College of Radiology, Texas Radiological Association, Radiological Society of North America, Texas Medical Association, Lubbock-Crosby-Garza County Medical Society, American Medical Association, Councilor to American College of Radiology, Advice for young doctors, Medical schools, Unpopular, Lack of qualified applicants, Dr. George Tyner, Admissions Counselor, Dr. Robert Moore, Teaching at Tech Medical School, Advances in research and technology, Methodist/St. Mary’s merger, Lubbock as medical center (again), Government intervention (again), Mammograms.

Tape 2, Side 1: Mammograms (continued), Emergency physicians, Chatman Hospital, Flaming Cross Society at Methodist Hospital.

Tape 2, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1950-1997

Bulk Dates: 1955-1980


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