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son. State Department of Public Welfare; F. Noel Smith,
D.D.S., Maryland State Dental Association; Martha Johnson,
R.N., Maryland State Nurses Association; Clifton T. Perkins,
M.D., Commissioner of Mental Hygiene; Walter E. Albrecht,
Maryland Pharmaceutical Association; Douglass Shepperd,
M.D., Maryland Medical Association; Leon H. Hethering-
ton, M.D., Maryland Tuberculosis Hospitals.
The Council on Medical Care is composed of fourteen members
chosen as follows: two appointed by the Medical and Chirurgical Fac-
ulty, two appointed by the State Board of Health, one of whom is the
Director of the State Department of Health; one member each from
the faculties of the medical schools of the University of Maryland
and The Johns Hopkins University, named by the governing body of
the respective Medical Schools; one Maryland Hospital Administrator
named by the Maryland-District of Columbia Hospital Association;
one member of the State Dental Association as named by its gov-
erning body; one nurse appointed by the Directors of the State
Nurses Association, one member appointed by the Executive Board
of the Maryland Medical Association; one member appointed by the
governing body of the Maryland Pharmaceutical Association, the
Commissioner of Mental Hygiene, the Director of the State Depart-
ment of Welfare, and the Superintendent of the State Tuberculosis
Hospitals. The term of each member is for two years. The Council
advises the Department of Health in the formulation of policies in
regard to the administration of the Medical Care program (Code
1947 Supp., Art. 43, sec. 44A).
ADVISORY BOARD ON HOSPITAL LICENSING
Chairman: Winford H. Smith, M.D., 1953
J. Douglas Colman, 1950; William L. Galvin, 1964; William
D. Noble, M.D., 1961; J. Oliver Purvis, M.D., 1954; Eidgeway
Trimble, M.D., 1962; Benjamin W. Wright, 1952.
The Advisory Board on Hospital Licensing was established in
1946. It consists of seven members appointed by the Governor for a
term of five years. Of the first seven appointees, one serves for one
year, two for two years, one for three years, two for four years, and
one for five years. The Board recommends and assists the Depart-
ment of Health in the establishment of minimum standards for the
licensing of hospitals within the State (Code 1947 Supp., Art. 43,
ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION
W. D. Noble, M.D., 1961; Harvey H. Weiss, Superintendent
Sinai Hospital, 1951; Mrs. Koy C. F. Weagly, 1952; C. E.
Wise, Jr., 1952; Peregrine Wroth, Jr., M.D., 1952; Ralph
Young, M.D., 1952; J. Douglas Colman, 1950; Maurice C.
Pincoffs, M.D., 1950; Ciftlon T. Perkins, M.D., Com-
missioner of Mental Hygiene, 1950; Robert H. Riley, M.D.,
Director State Department of Health, 1950; Winford H.
Smith, M.D., 1950; Ernest L. Stebbins, M.D., 1950; Hunting-
ton Williams, M.D., Commissioner of Health, 1950; Walter D.
Wise, M.D., 1950; Benjamin W. Wright, 1950; J. David