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94th Congress I SENATE COMMITTEE PRINT NO. 56
2d Session f








VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES JULY 1976 fi L 04;,;

VA STATISTICS FOR JULY 1976 NOV


SUBMITTED BY THE -j~,

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION
TO THE

COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE VANCE HARTKE, Chairman 94th Congress















Printed for the use of the Committee on Veterans' Affairs U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 77-564 WASHINGTON : 1976






































COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS VANCE HARTKE, Indiana, Chairman
HERMAN E. TALMADGE, Georgia CLIFFORD P. HANSEN, Wyoming
JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia STROM THURMOND, South Carolina
ALAN CRANSTON, Callformla ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont
RICHARD (DICK) STONE, Florida JOHN A. DURKIN, New Hampshire FRANK 3. BRizzi, Staff Director Guy H. McMicARL III, General Counsel
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FOREWORD


This is a continuing monthly issue of committee prints of Veterans' Administration activities initiated with the February 1972 edition, which was designed to fill the need of Members of Congress and other interested parties for accurate and conveniently presented detailed information about programs administered by the Veterans' Adn-dnistration.
It contains statistical information concerning Veterans' Administration activities on most of the major programs, including health care, VA drug dependence, VA alcohol dependence, education and training, compensation and pension, guaranteed or insured loans, and direct loans.
In addition, on a quarterly basis, tables are added to reflect the cumulative statistics for the fiscal year to date for these programs where such information is pertinent. Also, on a periodic basis, information on the veterans' outreach services program, the insurance program, and the Veterans' Administration expenditures, and the veterans population statistics will be included.
We believe that regular reporting of these data will be of considerable benefit to the members of the Veterans' Affairs Committee and other interested and concerned parties.
The committee wishes to thank the Veterans' Administration for its splendid cooperation in helping to make this material available.
VANCE HARTKE,
Chairman'

































CONT ENTS

Page
FOREWORDII HEALTH CARE:
Table 1. Medical care employment and patient aisin-----------2
Table 2. Average daily inpatient census and outp~atient medical visits-------------1
D~iuc. DEmPENDENCE PROGRAM:
Table 3. Summary of VA drug dependence program ---------------------------36
ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE PROGRAM:
Table 4. Summary of VA alcohol dependence treatment program activity ---------42 EDUCATION AND TRAINING:
Table 5. Educational assistance for veterans and servicemen ---------------------46
Table 6. Educational assistance for servicemen -------------------------------50
Table 7. Educational assistance for dependents-------------------------------354
Table 8. Vocational rehabilitation-----------------------------------------358
COMPENSATION AND PENSION:
Table 9. Disability and death-compensation and pension ---------------------62
LOAN GUARANTY:
Table 10. Guaranteed, insured, and direct loans------------------------------ 66
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2

TABLE 1.--MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employs ent,
July 197; 2 Veterans'
Re
Item Hospital gional
No. inedicl Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Tota
care VA
Total Psychiatry



1 All hospitals (total) --- --------176, 299 140, 551 100,799 96,090 94,983 14,324

Alabama:
2 Birmingham ---------------- 10 1, 143 987 1, (130 1,020 1,020
3 Montgomery ---------------- 10 455 343 284 266 266
4 Tuscaloosa ----------------- 10 895 747 347 346 333 288
5 Tuskegee ------------------- 10 1,445 1,200 360 357 355 123

6 Total -------------------- ---------3,938 3, 277 2,021 1,989 1,974 411

Alaska:
7 Juneau (RO) (total) ---------- 28 19 ---------- 200

Arizona:
8 Phoenix --------------------- 25 860 608 559 547 547 79
9 Prescott --------------------- 25 449 357 343 343 318 2
10 Tucson ---------------------- 25 846 611 685 681 679 66

11 Total ---------------------------- 2, 155 1,576 1,587 1,571 1,544 147

Arkansas:
12 Favetteville ------------------ 19 403 364 391 385 385
13 Little Rock3 ----------------- 19 2, 543 2, 034 1,363 1,332 1,321 236
14 Total 2, 946 2, 398 1, 754 1,717 1,706 236


California:
15 Fresno --------------------- 27 522 436 455 44) 449 49
16 Livermore ------------------- 27 423 363 290 283 283 19
17 Long Beaich ------------------ 26 3,271 2,860 2,055 2,022 2,010 260
18 Los Angeles (Wad.) ---------- 26 2, 534 1, 792 1, 239 1, 236 1,208
19 Los Angeles (Brent.) --------- 2(i 1, 023 916 373 364 364 333
20 Los Angeles (OP) ------------26 355 70
21 Martinez -------------------- 27 1,028 856 567 565 565 92
22 Palo Alto 3 ................ 27 2, 352 1,971 940 927 927 395
23 San 1)iego ------------------ 26 1,773 1,372 1, 325 1,306 1,298 122
24 Sen Francisco- ----------------27 1.225 649 919 720 720 29
25 S, pulveda ------------------- 26 1, 653 1,385 842 842 837 179

26 Total -------------------------- 16, 159 12, 600 9,075 8,714 8,661 1,478

Footnotes at end of table.







3

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS

during July 1976

Administration Non-VA
Item
bed section Hospital Ntirsing Donii- No.
Nurs- care ciliary
ing Domi- Total
bed ciliary non-VA
Surgical Medical care State Other State Com- State
unity


27,299 53,360 296 811 4,709 4.58 2,442 317 1,063 429 1


538 482 ---------------- 10 ------------------------------ 10 ---------- 2
76 190 ---------------- 18 ---------- 18 -------------------- ---------- 3
----------- 45 13 -------- I ---------- 1 4
89 143 2 -------- 3 ------------------------------ 3 ---------- 5

703 860 15 -------- 32 ---------- 19 ---------- 13 ---------- 6


----------- ---------- -------- -------- 200 ---------- 197 ---------- 3 ---------- 7


178 290 ---------------- 12 ---------- 10 ---------- 2 ---------- 8
81 235 -------- 25 ---------- ---------- ---------------------------------------- 9
192 421 -------- 2 4 ---------- -------------------- 4 ---------- 10

451 946 -------- 27 16 ---------- 10 ---------- 6 ---------- 11


108 277 ---------------- 6 ------------------------------ 6 ---------- 12
523 562 11 -------- 31 ---------- 24 ---------- 7 ---------- 13

631 839 11 -------- 37 ---------- 24 ---------- 13 ---------- 14


180 220 -------- -------- 6 6
114 150 -------- -------- 7 ------------------------------ 7 ---------- 16
420 1,330 12 -------- 33 -------------------- ---------- 33 ---------- 17
372 836 -------- 28 3 ------------------------------ 3 ---------- 18
----------- 31 -------- -------- 9 9 19
----------- ---------- -------- -------- 70 ---------- 70 ---------- -------------------- 20
227 246 ---------------- 2 ------------------------------ 2 ---------- 21
214 318 ---------------- 13 -------------------- ---------- 13 ---------- 22
440 736 8 -------- 19 ---------- 12 ---------- 7 ---------- 23
329 362 ---------------- 199 72 17 57 3 50 24
157 501 5 ------------------------------------------------ -------------------- 25

2,453 4,730 25 28 362 72 99 57 83 50 26








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TABLE 1. --MEDJICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
July 1976 2 Veterans'
Re
item Hospital gional
medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Colorado:
27 Denver --------------------- 24 1,128 875 1,138 1,085 1,085 143
28 Fort L.yon ---------------- 24 703 638 109 109 106 105
29 Grand Junction ----------- 24 244 774 183 182 178 ---------30 Total -------------------- -------- 2,075 1,687 1,430 1,376 1,369 248

Connecticut:
31 Newington ----------------- 3 533 404 460 279 279 19
32 West Haven ---------------- 3 1,367 1,165 806 800 799 86

33 Total -------------------- -------- 1,900 1,569 1,266 1,079 1,078 105

Delaware:
34 Wilmington (total) ---------- 4 561 483 419 391 391 ---------District of Columbia:
35 Washington (total) ---------- 6 1,685 1,312 1,372 1,292 1,292 125

Florida:
36 Bay Pines ------------------ 12 1,544 920 852 569 538 85
37 Gainesville ----------------- 12 1,057 857 873 873 873 76
39 Lake City ------------------ 12 604 508 494 494 494 ----------39 Miami --------------------- 12 1,849 1,294 1,489 1,443 1,437 1159
40 Tampa --------------------- 12 1,763 1,474 1,469 1,438 1,438 110

41 Total -------------------- -------- 6,817 5,053 5, 177 4,817 4,780 430

Georgia:
42 Atlanta -------------------- 9 1,232 933 1,183 1,137 1,137 145
43 Augusta 3__. . . . . . . . . 9 1,663 1,490 735 719 718 281
44 Dublin ------------ -------- 9 747 507 489 442 416

46 Total -------------------- -------- 3,642 2,930 2,407 2,298 2,271 426

Hawaii:
46 Honolulu (RO) (total) ------- 27 48 ---------- 172 ---------- ---------- ---------Idaho:
47 Boise (total). --------------- 28 383 301 288 272 272

Footnotes at end of table.










AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during July 1976

Administration Non-VA
item
bed section Hospital Nursing Domi- No
Nurs- care ciliary
______ -_______ ing Domi- Total _____ _ ___ ____ ___bed ciliarv non-VA
Surgical Medical care State Other State Corn- State
munity



283 659 -- - )3 -- -- 21 17 7 8 27
1 3 ------------ - - -28
59 119 4 I-----------1------------29

342 779 7 ----- 54 21 17 8 8 30


110 150------------181 86 5 13 13 64 31
217 496 1 6----------- ---------- --------------6----------- 32

327 646 1 187 86 5 13 19 64 33


185 206--------- ------------28 ------1 7 20-------34


225 942------------- o 4 11 6 5 335


175 278 5 26 283--------------244 39-------------36
417 380------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- -----------37
149 345---------------------------------------38
372 906 6 -----46 ------ 9 ----- 27-------------39
322 1,006--------- ------------31-------------------31-------------40

1,435 2,915 11 26 360 263 97-------------41

42
349 643--------- ------------46 ------ 27 19-------------43
217 220 1 ----- 16 1 12 3-------------44
98 318 2 24 47----------- --------------5 42

664 1,181 3 24 109 28 17 22 42 45


172---------------171 1-------------46


117 155------------16 8 17 47







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TABLE ko-MEDICAL CAREEMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
July 1976 2Veterans'
Re _______ ____________ __________item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hsiadistrict Hospital VA andHoptTotal inpatient non-VA Total ________care VA
Total Psychiatry


Illinois:
48 Chicago (L.S.) -----------------17 1,081 943 1,021 1,008 1,008 36
49 Chicago (W.S.) ----------------17 1,477 966 824 790 790 207
50 Danville ----------------------15 1,396 1,244 346 341 334 131
51 Hines ------------------------17 3,099 2,774 2, 124 2,082 2,082 275
52 Marion -----------------------21 384 322 392 372 372 ----53 N. Cliicago --------------------17 1,968 1, 705 469 456 453 190

54 Total -------------------- ----------9,405 7, 954 5, 176 5, 049 5, 039 839

Indiana:
55 Fort Wayne -------------------15 357 300 230 228 227 ----56 Indianapolis 3 ------------------15 1, 397 1, 149 1, 126 1, 104 1, 101 99
57 Marion -----------------------15 1, 259 1, 153 264 262 262 209

58 Total -------------------- ----------3,013 2, 602 1, 620 1, 594 1,1590 308

Iowa:
59 D)es Moines -------------------23 826 661 532 498 498 ----60 Iowa City --------------------23 851 712 938 85 1 851 59
61 Knoxville ---------------------23 1,069 840 100 99 94 76

62 Total ----------------------23 2,746 2,213 1,570 1,448 1,443 135

Kansas:
63 Leavenworth ------------------22 1,089 793 701 699 574 203
64 Topeka -----------------------22 1,281 1,098 391 391 390 180
65 Wichita ----------------------22 468 332 360 353 353 ----66 Total -------------------- ----------2,838 2, 223 1, 452 1, 443 1, 317 383

Kentucky:
67 Lexington 5 --------------------11 1, 804 1, 556 1, 038 1, 038 1, 031 189
68 -Louisville ---------------------11 864 709 743 717 717 48

69 Total -------------------- ----------2,668 2,265 1,781 1,755 1,748 237

Louisiana:
70 Alexandria --------------------19 690 570 574 570 567 ----71 New Orleans ---------------- 19 1,356 1,098 972 954 954 70
72 Shreveport --------------------19 892 742 878 856 856 151

73 Total -------------------- ----------2,938 2,410 2,424 2,380 2,377 221

\%Tainc:
74 Togus (total) -------------------1 1, 056 898 466 455 45318

Footnotes at end of table.






7

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during July 1976

Administration Non-VA
Item
bed section Ho,,,pital Nursing Domi- No.
Nurs- care ciliary
ing Domi- Total
bed ciliary non-VA
Surgical Medical care State Other State Com- State
unity



271 701 -------- -------- 13 -------------------- ---------- 1:3 ---------- 48
279 304 -------- -------- 34 ---------- 28 ---------- 6 ---------- 41)
60 143 7 -------- 5 ---------- ---------- ---------- 0 ---------- 50
381 1,426 -------- -------- 42 -------------------- ---------- 42 ---------- 51
84 288 -------- -------- 20 ---------- I ---------- 19 ---------- -)2
39 224 3 -------- 13 ---------- ---------- ---------- 13 ----------- 53

IP 114 3,086 10 -------- 127 ---------- 29 ---------- 98 ---------- 5 4


90 137 1 -------- 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 ---------- 55
345 657 3 -------- 22 ---------- 14 2 5 1 15 6
----------- 53 -------- -------- 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 ---------- 57

435 847 4 -------- 26 ---------- 14 2 9 1 58


203 295 -------- -------- 34 15 6 3 5 5 59
275 517 ---------------- 87 21 12 29 16 9 60
----------- 18 5 -------- I ---------- ---------- ---------- I ---------- 6 1

478 830 5 -------- 122 36 18 32 22 14 62


176 195 1 124 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 ---------- 63
74 136 1 -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 64
110 243 -------- -------- 7 ---------- 1 1 3 2 65

360 574 2 124 9 ---------- 1 1 5 2 66


336 506 7 -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 67
297 372 ---------------- 26 ---------- 11 ---------- 15 ---------- 68

633 878 7 -------- 26 ---------- I I ---------- 115 ---------- 69


198 369 3 -------- 4 ---------- 3 ---------- I ---------- 70
342 542 -------- -------- 18 ---------- 10 ---------- 1 7 71
319 386 ---------------- 22 ---------- I ---------- 21 ---------- 72

859 1,297 3 -------- 44 ---------- 14 ---------- 23 7 73


105 162 2 -------- 11 ---------- 4 ---------- 7 ---------- 74






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TABLE I,--MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
July 1976 2 Veterane'
Re
item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient nOA-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Maryland:
75 Baltimore ------------------ 6 752 .552 588 578 578 13
76 Fort Howard 6 527 425 138 135 135 19
77 Perry Point 6 1,233 1,071 176 176 173 80

78 Total -------------------- -------- 2,512 2,048 902 889 886 lit

Massachusetts:
79 Bedford -------------------- 1 1,287 962 245 245 244 106
80 Boston (Hosp.) ------------- 1 1,499 1,382 1,206 1,194 1,194 65
81 Boston (OPQ -------------- 1 414 ---------- 249 ---------- ---------- ---------82 Brockton ------------------- 1 1,288 1,080 185 181 177 137
83 Northampton --------------- 1 951 818 157 156 155 125
84 West Roxbury -------------- 1 721 643 315 315 315 ----------85 Total -------------------- -------- 6,160 4,885 2,357 2,091 2,085 433

Michigan:
86 Allen Park----- 14 1,507 1,073 786 714 710 145
87 Ann Arbor ----------------- 14 820 729 1,036 1,033 1,033 68
88 Battle Creek ---------------- 14 1,430 1,078 386 384 383 338
89 Iron Mountaiii -------------- 16 397 317 272 266 265 -------90 Saginaw -------------------- 14 377 338 243 242 242 ---------91 Total -------------------- -------- 4,531 3,535 2,723 2,639 2,633 551

Minnesota:
92 Minneapolis ---------------- 18 2,125 1,702 1,646 1,569 1,569 120
93 St. Cloud ------------------- 18 1,064 943 193 187 187 149

94 Total -------------------- -------- 3,189 2,645 1,839 1,756 1,756 269

Mississippi:
95 Biloxi 3 --------------------- 10 1,324 961 445 444 406 170
96 Jackson -------------------- 10 962 915 841 823 823 77

97 Total -------------------- -------- 2,286 1,776 1,286 1,267 1,229 247

Missouri:
98 Columbia ---- ------------- 21 951 753 737 731 730 49
99 Kansas City ---------------- 22 1,049 918 878 862 862 57
100 Poplar Bluff 21 359 256 324 319 319 ---------101 St. 1,011is 8 ---- ------------- 21 2,084 1,611 1,197 1,178 1,172 206

102 Total ------- ------------ -------- 4,443 3,538 3,136 3,090 3,083 312

Footnotes at end of table.









AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during July 1976'

Administration Non-VA

Item
bed section Hospital Nursing Domi- No.
Nurs- care ciliary
______ _______ ing Domi- Total_____ __ _____ _____ ___bed ciliary non-VA i
Sizrgical Medical care Silate Other state Corn- State
munity



205 360-------------10 ------ 5-------------5
------ 117--------- ------------3--------------- 3-------------76
93 3----------------------------------------77

205 570 3 -----13 -------------------78


23 115 1------------------------------- ------------79
418 711--------- ------------12----------- ---------- --------------12-------------8o
249 174 33 16 ------26 81
6 34 ---- 4--------------------4-------------82
------30 1 -----1 ---------------------- 83
ill 204--------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 84

558 1,094 6 ----- 266 174 34 16 16 26 85


196 369 4 72 50 17 ------5 86
289 676-------------3----------- ---------- ------------3-------87
------ 45 1 2--------------------2-------88
103 162 1 6 5 1-------89
98 144--------- --------------1 ---------- ---------- ------110----- g

686 1,3196 6 84 55 17 7 5 91


594 855--------- ------------77 ------40 3 13 21 92
----- 38-------------6----------- ---------- --------------6-------------93

594 L 893------------83 ------40 3 19 21 94


136 100 2 36 1----------- ---------- --------------1-------95
310 436--------- ------------ 18 ------17 ------I-------------96

446 536 2 36 19 ------17 ------2 ----------97


292 389 1 ----- 6--------------------6-------98
290 515--------- ------------16 97-------------99
160 159-------------- 5) -------------------- 5------------100
313 653 6 -- - -19 -- - -5 3 5 6 101

1,055 1,716 7 46 14 3~ 23 6 102






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TABLE 1,-MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
July 1976 2 Veterans'
Re
Item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Montana:
103 Fort Harrison --------------- 24 295 261 250 228 228 ---------104 Miles City ------------------ 24 198 152 131 130 130 ---------105 Total -------------------- -------- 493 413 381 358 358 ---------Nebraska:
106 Grand Island --------------- 23 322 246 210 191 191
107 Lincoln -------------------- 23 460 373 328 323 323 92
108 Omaha -------------------- 23 929 780 725 715 715 57

109 Total -------------------- -------- 1,711 1,399 1,263 1,229 1,229 140

Nevada:
110 Reno (total) ---------------- 27 517 347 330 319 318 22

New Hampshire:
ill Manchester (total) ---------- 1 490 318 346 322 316 ---------New Jersey
112 East Orange ---------------- 4 2,054 1,772 1,414 1,392 1,392 238
113 Lyons ---------------------- 4 1,642 1,462 317 317 313 231

114 Total -------------------- -------- 3,696 3,234 1,731 1,709 1,705 469

New Mexico:
115 Albuquerque (total) --------- 25 1,054 812 950 941 935 93

New York:
116 Albany --------------------- 2 1,546 1,255 708 699 690 59
117 Batavia -------------------- 2 443 349 153 153 153
118 Bath ----------------------- 2 716 296 173 173 129 19
119 Bronx ---------------------- 3 1,894 1,653 1,133 1,133 1,133 81
120 Brooklyn (Hosp.)' ----------- 3 1,863 1,442" 1,112 1,106 1,104 101
121 Brooklyn (OPQ ------------ 3 208 ---------- 17 ---------- ---------- ---------122 Buffalo --------------------- 2 1,692 1,383 1,176 1,163 1,162 132
123 Canandaigua --------------- 2 1,166 1,033 236 236 232 168
124 Castle Point ---------------- 3 577 4.56 239 239 237 ---------125 Montrose ------------------- 3 1,533 1,383 299 299 295 247
126 New York (Hosp.) - -_ 3 2,140 1,639 1,476 1,217 1,217 175
127 New York (Pros. Ctr.) ------- 29 119 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------,128 Northport ------------------ 3 1,802 1,449 651 651 651 104
129 SyFacuse ------------------- 2 883 692 535 509 507 48

130 Total -------------------- -------- 16,582 13,030 7,908 7,578 7,510 1,134

Fooh Qtes at end of table.








AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during July 1976

Administration Non-VA
Item
bed section Hospital Nursing Domi- No.
Nurs- care ciliary
ing Domi- Total
bed ciliary non-VA
Surgical Medical care State Other State Com- State
munity



92 136 ---------------- 22 ---------- 9 1 6 6 103
55 75 ---------------- 1 ------------------------------ I ---------- 101

147 211 -------- -------- 23 ---------- 9 1 7 6 105


52 139 ---------------- 19 -------------------- 10 ---------- 9 106
97 134 ---------------- 5 ---------- 3 ---------- 2 ---------- 107
192 466 ---------------- 10 ------------------------------ 10 ---------- 108

341 739 ---------------- 34 ---------- 3 10 12 9 109


138 158 1 -------- 11 ---------- 11 -------------------- ---------- 110


122 194 6 -------- 24 ---------- 9 ---------- 15 ---------- III


258 896 ---------------- 22 ---------- 8 1 9 4 112
9 73 4 ------------------ -------------------------------------------------- 113

267 969 4 -------- 22 ---------- 8 1 9 4 114


316 526 6 -------- 9 -------------------- ---------- 9 ---------- 115


206 425 9 -------- 9 ---------- 5 ---------- 4 ---------- 116
40 113 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 117
----------- 110 13 31 -------------------- ---------- ------------------------------ 118
280 772 -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 119
352 651 2 -------- 6 ------------------------------ 6 ---------- 120
----------- -------------------------- 17 ---------- 17 -------------------- ---------- 121
307 723 1 -------- 13 ---------- 9 ---------- 4 ---------- 122
10 54 4 ------------------ -------------------- ------------------------------ 123
94 143 2 ------------------ -------------------------------------------------- 124
5 43 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------- 125
401 641 ---------------- 259 ---------- 259 ---------- ---------- ---------- 126
----------- ---------- -------- ------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 127
137 410 -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 128
267 192 2 -------- 26 ---------- 17 6 ---------- 3 129

2,099 4,277 37 31 330 ---------- 307 6 14 3 130
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TA13LE L-MEDICAL CARE~ EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admisin
time equivalent_________________employment,
July 1976 2 Veterans'
Re _______ ____________ __________Item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hoptl
district Hospital VA and
Total inpatient noli-VA Total -________care VA
Total P~sychiatry



North Carolina:
131 Asheville----------------- 8 1,030 842 737 733 730 44
1:32 D)urham ----------------------8 1, 187 980 893 884 884 49
133 Favetteville -------------------8 611 518 436 428 427 35
134 Salisbury ----------------------8 1,187 936 421 408 405 276

135 Total -------------------- ----------4,015 3,276 2,487 2,453 2,446 404

North Dakota:
136 Fargo (total) ------------------18 422 308 324 299 297 ----Ohio:
137 Chillicothe --------------------13 1,382 1,207 347 344 339 198
138 Cincinnati --------------------13 1, 159 797 740 725 718 80
139 Cleveland 3--------------------------13 2,715 2,329 1,168 1,104 1,102 323
140 Columbus (OPC)---------------13 74 ----- ---------- ---------141 D~ayton -----------------------13 1,724 1,067 715 706 599 90

142 Total -------------------- ----------7,054 5,400 2,970 2,879 2,758 69.1

Oklahoma:
143 Muskogee ---------------------20 599 487 476 468 468 ----144 Oklahoma City----------20 1,169 885 1,093 896 896 109

143 Total -------------------- ----------1,768 1,372 1,569 1,364 1,364 10D9

Oregon:
146 Portland ----------------------28 1,150 1,049 1,154 1,101 1,101 30
147 Roseburg ---------------------28 624 488 288 280 280 98
148 'White City (Domn.) -------------28 316--------------105 98----------149 Total -------------------- ----------2,090 1,537 1,547 1,479 1,381 128

Pennsylvania:
150 Altoona -----------------------5 330 273 144 132 128
151M Butler ------------------------5 615 453 209 209 208 ----1.52 Coatesville --------------------4 1,419 1,356 255 252 250 231
1531 Erie -------------------------------332 241 149 144 144 ----1514 Lebanon ----------------------4 1, 103 837 196 182 182 61
155 Philadelphia (llosp.) ------------4 1, 285 968 828 773 773 79
15' 6 Pittsburgh (Psy.) ---------------5 932 875 210 207 207 182
157 Pittsburgh (Gen.)4---------------- . 5 1, 723 1, 218 1, 072 1, 069 1, 058 40
158 Wilkes-Barre_____--------4 847 699 454 434 434 91

159 Total ---------------------------- 8,586 6,920 3, 517 3,402 3,384 684

Footnotes at end of table.






13

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during July 1976


Administration Non-VA

Iei
bed section Hospital Nursing lonii- No.
Nurs- care ciliary
__________ _________ ing lDoti- Total __ __________ __ ______bed ciliary non-VA
Surgical Medical care State Other State Con-i- State
rnunit V



282 404 3 -- - -4 - --I -- - -3------------131
368 467--------- ------------9 ---------------------------- -----------132
153 237 1 -----------------------------------------8------------13:3
34 95 3 -----13 11 ------2------------134

839 1,203 7 ---- 34 ------ 12 ------- 22------------ 135


82 215 2 -----25 ------24------------------------- 1 136


27 114 5 ----- 3----------------3-----262 376 7 -- - -15 -- -- -8 -- -- 7-- -- -- -119
267 512 2 -- - -64 -- - -32 -- - -9 23 139
-------- ---------- -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 140
173 336 12 95 9---- ------ --------- ---------------9------------141

729 1,338 26 935 91 ------40 ------28 23 142


211 257--------- ------------ 8 ------7 ------I------------ 1431
269 518--------- -----------197 68 1 (59 17 42 144

480 775--------- -----------203 68 8 69 18 42 14-1


282 789--------- ------------ 53 ------31 -----22------------146
42 140--------- ------------8----------- --------- ---------------8------------ 147
-- - -- - - - - 98 7 -- - -7 --- -- -- -- ------------ 148

321 929 ----- 98 68 ------38 ------30------------111


43 85 4 -- - -12 11--- -- -- -- --------- 150
--------- 208 1 ------- ---------- ---------- ------------------------------- ---------- 15)1
- - -19 2 -- - -3 -- -- 2 15 2
54 90------------------------ 13
34 7-----------------14 2 2-----------1541
217 47------------------ --5 14 ------1l ----- 2------------154
31 22- ------------- 55 --------3 21 1-----4-----------151)
333 685 11 -----3 ------:3-------------------- -----------157
94 249--------- ------------20 ------19 1------I-----------15~

778 1,922 122---------I 115 ------84 ------31------------159







14

TABLE 1,-MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
July 1976 2 Veterans'
Re
item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Puerto Rico:
160 San Juan (total) ------------ 3 1,643 1,204 1,901 1,494 1,494 172

Rhode Island:
161 Providence (total) ----------- 1 848 666 688 657 657 35

South Carolina:
162 Charleston ----------------- 9 801 674 634 633 633 55
163 Columbia ------------------ 9 868 665 605 570 563 82

164 Total ---------------------------- 1,669 1,339 1,239 1,203 1,196 137

South Dakota:
165 Fort Meade ---------------- 23 591 550 214 213 213 115
166 Hot Springs ---------------- 23 496 322 245 241 204 9
167 Sioux Falls ----------------- 18 509 368 389 379 378 46

168 Total -------------------- -------- 1,596 1,240 848 833 795 170

Tennessee:
169 Memphis ------------------- 11 1,874 1,676 1,269 1,263 1,263 186
170 Mountain Home ------------ 8 1,119 703 641 628 507 156
171 Murfreesboro --------------- 11 1,004 90 261 261 259 244
172 Nashville ------------------- 11 1,122 942 1,201 1,159 1,159 64

173 Total ---------------------------- 5,119 4,221 3,372 3,311 3,188 650

Texas:
174 Amarillo ------------------- 25 273 238 240 239 239 ---------175 Big Spring ----------------- 25 395 360 347 344 334 ---------176 Bonham -------------------- 26 325 131 160 157 132 4
177 Dallas --------------------- 20 1,663 1,404 1,518 1,472 1,472 201
178 El Paso (OPQ -------------- 25 67 ---------- 71 ---------- ---------- ---------179 Houston ------------------- 20 2,508 2,132 1,651 1,600 1,588 235
180 Kerrville ------------------- 20 493 429 285 282 281 ---------181 Lubbock (OPC) ------------- 25 77 ---------- 12 -------------------- ---------182 Marlin --------------------- 20 317 297 166 163 163 ---------183 San Antonio (OPC) ---------- 20 138 ---------- 21 ---------- ---------- ---------184 San Antonio (Hosp.) --------- 20 1,547 1,291 1,263 1,228 1,228 125
185 Temple -------------------- 20 1,256 1,021 819 812 765 71
186 Waco ---------------------- 20 1,378 1,181 324 318 314 248

187 Total ---------------------------- 10,437 8,474 6,877 6,615 6,516 884

Utah:
188 Salt Lake City (total) ------- 24 1,113 838 845 841 833 182

Footnotes at end of table.






15

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during July 1976

Administration Non-VA
Item
bed section Hospital Nursing Doini- No.
Nurs- care ciliary
ing Domi- Total
bed ciliary non-VA
Surgical Medical care State Other State Com- State
munity



341 981 ---------------- 407 ---------- 395 ---------- 12 ---------- 160


126 496 -------- -------- 31 ---------- 13 2 13 3 161


274 304 ---------------- I ------------------------------ 1 ---------- 162
198 283 7 -------- 35 ---------- 8 1 26 ---------- 163

472 587 7 -------- 36 ---------- 8 1 27 ---------- 164


40 58 -------- -------- I ---------- ---------- ---------- I ---------- 165
33 162 -------- 37 4 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 2 166
136 196 1 -------- 10 ---------- 3 ---------- 7 ---------- 167

209 416 1 37 15 ---------- 3 ---------- 10 2 168


414 663 -------- -------- 6 ---------- ---------- ---------- 6 ---------- 169
158 193 2 119 13 ------------------------------ 13 ---------- 170
----------- 15 2 -------- -------------------- ---------- ------------------------------ 171
317 778 ---------------- 42 ---------- 22 ---------- 20 ---------- 172

889 1,649 4 119 61 ---------- 22 ---------- 39 ---------- 173


ill 128 ---------------- 1 ------------------------------ 1 ---------- 174
80 254 10 -------- 3 ------------------------------ 3 ---------- 175
34 94 1 24 3 ------------------------------ 3 ---------- 176
431 840 ---------------- 46 ---------- 31 ---------- 15 ---------- 177
----------- ---------- -------- -------- 7 1 ---------- 71 ------------------------------ 178
504 849 12 -------- 51 ---------- 7 ---------- 44 ---------- 179
84 197 1 -------- 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 180
----------- ---------- -------- -------- 12 ---------- 12 ------------------------------ 181
----------- 163 -------- -------- 3 -------------------- ---------- 3 ---------- 182
----------- ---------- -------- -------- 21 ---------- 21 ---------- -------------------- 183
337 766 ---------------- 3.5 ---------- 13 ---------- 22 ---------- 184
285 409 -------- 47 7 ------------------------------ 7 ---------- 185
----------- 66 4 -------- 6 ---------- 6 -------------------- ---------- 186

1,866 3,766 28 71 264 ---------- 163 ---------- 101 ---------- 187


217 434 8 -------- 4 ------------------------------ 4 ---------- 188
I I ==:: l I 1







16

TABLE I.-MEDICAL CARE EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
July 1976 2 Veterans'

Item II hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psychiatry


Vermont:
189 White River Jet. (total) ------. 1 553 390 322 307 300 24
Virginia:

190 Itampton --------------------- 7 1, 161 823 533 521 482 43
191 Richmond ---.-. ...... ....- 7 1,652 1,475 1,017 1,009 1,009 65
192 Salem ----------------------- 7 1,615 1,258 727 709 706 291

193 Total -----------------------------4, 428 3, 556 2, 277 2, 239 2, 197 399

Washington :
194 American Lake --------------- 28 793 645 259 257 256 194
195 Seattle---------------------- 28 985 772 781 730 730 61
196 Spokane -------------------- 28 402 354 324 316 316 ---------197 Vancouver ------------------ 28 621 513 408 399 393 25
198 Walla Walla ---------------- 28 368 313 164 163 163

199 Total ---------------------------- 3,169 2,597 1,936 1,865 1,858 280

West Virginia:
200 Beckley --------------------- 7 341 272 314 310 308..........
201 Clarksburg ---------------- 5 390 340 471 461 461 40
202 Huntington ----------------- 7 428 321 308 290 290
203 Martinsburg-- 6 1,154 926 434 423 396 10

204 Total -------------------- -------- 2, 313 1,859 1,527 1,484 1,455 50

Wisconsin:
205 Madison -------------------- 16 786 720 754 700 700 18
206 Tomah----------- ---------- 16 915 795 138 138 138 113
207 Wood ---------------------- 16 2,257 1,470 1,078 1,016 982 138

208 Total ---------------------------- 3, 958 2, 985 1,970 1,854 1,820 269

Wyoming:
209 Cheyenne ----------------- 24 277 195 187 184 184---------210 Sheridan ............ ...... 24 484 440 145 138 138 101

211 Total -------------------------- 761 635 332 322 322 101

Philippines:
212 Manila (110) (total) ---------- 27 97 ----------- 102-----------------------D Data for all individual facilities include transfers except State home facilities for which transfers are not applicable. Data for overall totals exehtide such transfers except for other non-VA hospitals which include them.
2 Sum of individual stations do not add to overall total due to rounding. )ata are estimated.
3 ]):ta, for the VA I)yheliintric hospitals, Aiigiista, (4a.; Brcksville, Ohio; Gulfport, Miss.; Jefferson Barracks, Mo.;






17

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS- Continued

during July 1976

Administration Non-VA
Item
bed section Iiospital Nirsing l)rmi- No.
Nurs- care ciliary
ing Domi- Totald
bed ciliary non-VA
Surgical Medical care State Other State Coin- State
niuiity


141 135 7 15 4 8 3 -------- 189


172 267 3 36 12 2 0 ---------- 190
298 646 -------- -------- 8 --------- 8 ---------- 191
133 282 3 18 14 4 ----------- 192

603 1,195 6 36 38 16 22 -----------193


62 1 2 ---------- ----------1-----------2 -----------194
188 481 -------- --------- 51 10 6 22 13 195
121 195 -------- --------- 8---------- ---------- -------------- -- 196
178 190 9 6 97---------- ---------- -----------9-197
45 118 -------- --------- 1---------- ---------- ----------- -- 198

532 1,046 1 6 71 10 6 42 13 199


95 213 2 4 ---------- ---------------------4---------- 200
171 250 10 ---------- ---------- ----------- 10-----------201
131 159 -------- --------- i ---------- ---------- ----------- 18 -----------202
105 281 27 11 ---------- ---------- ------- - -----------203

502 903 2 27 43 ------- .-- ------------------------4 --------204


210 472 54 22 28 4 205
---------- 25 -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ----------2 06
347 497 2 32 62 43 19 ---------- 207

557 994 2 32 116 22 43 28 19j 4 208


64 120 -------- ----------- --3 ---------- --------------------209
37 ----------------------7 3 3 1 210

64 157 ----------------------10 6 3 1 211


-- -- --- 10 2 10 2 .. .. ...... i. . . . ..__'2 12
102-------------102------------- -----------21
North Little Rock, Ark.; and Palo Alto, Calif.; are respectively included with the VA general hospital A.iwutit:i. (h, land, Biloxi, St. Loiuis, Little Rock, and Palo Alto.
Includes data for the VA hospital, Aspinwall, Pa.
5 Includes consolidated data (of the 2 hospitild divisions) for the VA general hopitolS ]BroldYn, N.Y. ; l ti:,1:,(plis, Ind.; and Lexington, Ky.






18

TABLE I-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during mouth of

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional
Item Hospital mediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal C91

1 All hospitals (total) --- ------ 110,423 91,714 75,579 24,208 14,645 36,726 7,155 8,980

Alabama:
2 Birmingham ----------- 10 361 321 321 -------- 174 148 -------- -------3 Montgomery ----------- 10 205 192 192 -------- 26 166 -------- -------4 Tuscaloosa ------------ 10 681 650 554 429 -------- 125 96 -------5 Tuskegee -------------- 10 1,059 1,050 950 450 68 432 100 -------6 Total --------------------- 2,306 2,213 2,017 879 268 871 196 -------Alaska:
7 Juneau (RO) (total) ---- 28 64 --------- -------- ---------------- -------- -------- -------Arizona:
8 Phoenix --------------- 25 404 300 300 65 82 153 -------- -------9 Prescott --------------- 25 390 387 187 15 32 140 -------- 200
10 Tucson ---------------- 25 372 315 240 37 92 ill 35 40

11 Total ---------------------- 1,166 1,002 727 117 206 404 35 240

Arkansas:
12 Fayetteville ------------ 19 186 172 172 -------- 51 122 ---------------13 Little Rock 2 . . . . . 19 1,471 1,383 1,190 518 217 454 193 -------14 Total --------------------- 1,657 1,555 1,362 518 268 576 193 -------California:
15 Fresno ---------------- 27 237 216 216 26 72 119 -------- -------16 Livermore ------------- 27 187 158 158 13 55 89 ---------------17 Long Beach ------------ 26 1,320 1,172 1,011 84 209 719 161 -------18 Los Angeles (Wad.) ----- 26 1,130 1,002 602 -------- 170 432 -------- 400
19 Los Angeles (Brent.) ---- 26 452 393 393 379 -------- 14 -------- -------20 Los Angeles (OPQ - - 26 16 --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- ---------------21 Martinez -------------- 27 349 328 328 59 123 146 -------- -------22 Palo Alto 2 ............ 27 1,198 1,132 1,035 825 90 120 97 -------23 San Diego ------------- 26 553 485 432 84 175 172 53 -------24 San Francisco ---------- 27 1,573 275 275 9 145 121 ---------------25 Sepulveda ------------- 26 773 683 606 202 115 289 77 -------I
26 Total --------------- ------ 71788 5,844 5,056 1,681 1,154 2,221 388 400

Footnotes at end of table.






19

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS

July 1976 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applica.
tions for Item
Hospital Nursing care Domi- hospitafi- No.
ciliary Total Non- nation Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected ed care
State Other State Com- State
munity


18,709 1, Oil 1,287 4,432 6, 845 5,134 1, 394, 396 451,924 604,472 185,845 152,095


40 ------- ------- ------- 40 -------- 8,535 1,299 3,633 3,040 563 2
13 ------- 6 ------- 7 -------- 6,249 3,056 1,411 694 1,088 3
31 --------------------- 31 -------- 2,895 949 1,209 450 287 4
9 --------------------- 9 -------- 2,612 584 1,151 358 519 5

93 ------- 6 ------- 87 -------- 20,291 5,888 7,404 4,542 2,457 6


64 ------- 59 ------- 5 -------- 2,283 165 4 23 2,091 7


104 ------- 3 ------- 101 -------- 9,602 4,246 2,043 1,858 1,455 8
3 -------------- ------- 3 -------- 2,024 355 1,007 424 238 9
57 -------------- ------- 57 -------- 8,143 3,117 4,030 491 505 10

164 3 ------- 161 -------- 19$769 7,718 7,080 2,773 2,198 11


14 --------------------- 14 -------- 1,638 353 528 601 156 12
88 ------- 6 ------- 82 -------- 17,613 7,046 5,912 1,786 2,869 13

102 ------- 6 ------- 96 -------- 19,251 7,399 6,440 2,387 3,025 14


21 -------------- ------- 21 -------- 5, 141 1,200 2,805 777 359 15
29 ------- ------- ------- 29 -------- 3,126 503 2,090 282 251 16
148 ------- -------------- 148 -------- 27,212 7,823 13,956 3,633 1,900 17
128 ------- -------------- 128 -------- 15,416 2,823 7,726 3,761 1,106 18
59 ------- ------- ------- 59 -------- 16,554 3,550 12,208 426 370 19
16 ----- 16 ------- ---------------- 19,908 10,793 6,558 631 1,926 20
21 --------------------- 21 -------- 10,617 2,859 5,976 1,164 618 21
66 ------- 4 ------- 62 -------- 18,830 5,390 10,812 1,642 986 22
68 ------- 11 ------- 57 -------- 16,939 3,775 9,675 1,977 1,512 23
1,298 383 2 380 53 480 25,076 9,744 8,092 1,203 6,037 24
90 --------------------- 90 -------- 14,883 3,325 8,930 1,862 766 25

1,944 383 33 380 668 480 173,702 51,785 88,828 17,358 15,731 26



77-564-76-4






0

TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during mouth of

Re Veterans' Administration
gional
Item Hospital mediNo. cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ___ __ _-___ __ ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal


Colorado:
27 Denver -----------------24 560 342 342 73 136 133--------28 Fort Lyon ---------------24 553 524 487 356------------131 37 ---29 Grand Junction -- -- -- ----24 140 129 91------------25 66 38--------!30 Total --------------- --------1,253 995 920 429 161 330 75 ---Connecticut:
31 Newington --------------3 1, 231 137 137 16 74 47................32 West Haven-------------3 624 602 514 110 118 287 88 ---33 Total --------------- --------1, 855 739 651 126 192 334 88 ---Delaware:
34 Wilmington (total) ----- 4 602 288 288------------125 163

District of Columbia:
35 Washington (total) ----- 6 805 574 574 137 172 265--------Florida:
36 Bay Pines ---------------12 1,300 1,066 646 122 130 394 115 305
37 Gainesville --------------12 465 400 400 84 185 132--------38 Lake City ---------------12 340 318 279 ----- 75 214 39
39 Miami ------------------12 81.5 724 637 136 172 329 87........40 Tampa ------------------12 673 572 572 116 206 250--------41 Total --------------- --------3, 593 3,080 2, 534 458 768 1,309 241 305

Georgia:
42 Atlanta --------- 9 511 442 442 89 164 189--------- -------43 Augusta2--------------- 9 1,137 867 828 336 127 365 39. ...
44 Dublin----------------- 9 1,335 892 414 ---- 71 343 83 395

45 Total --------------- --------2,983 2,201 11,684 425 362 897 122 395

Hawaii:
46 Honolulu(RO) (total) -- 27 il111-- -- -- - -- - --- -- -

Idaho:
'47 Boise (total) -------------28 266 126 126 ----- 53 73---------Footnotes at end of table.






21

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued July 1976 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing care Domi- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- nation Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Com- State
munity



218 ------- 1 94 43 80 12,162 4,375 6,458 423 906 27
29 ------- ------- ------- 29 -------- 1,966 927 683 132 224 28
11 ------- ------- ------- 11 -------- 1,368 251 737 299 81 29

258 ------- 1 94 83 80 15,496 5,553 7,878 854 1,211 30


1,094 319 2 191 33 549 7,098 4,003 1,877 502. 716 31
22 ------- ------- ------- 22 -------- 6,289 1,257 3,514 884 634 32

1,116 319 2 191 55 549 13,387 5,260 5,391 1,386 1,350 33


314 ------- ------- 207 63 44 5,194 1,318 2,417 783 676 34


231 ------- 3 ------- 83 145 17,840 5,560 6,356 3,294 2,630 35


234 ------- 59 ------- 175 -------- 27,811 18,428 2,593 1,734 5,056 36
65 ------- ------- ------- 65 -------- 8,019 2,042 3,158 2,122 697 37
22 ------- ------- ------- 22 -------- 1,779 286 558 727 208 38
91 ------- 6 ------- 85 -------- 19,757 5,644 8,959 3,948 1,206 39
101 ------- ------- ------- 101 13,474 3, 193 6,068 3,323 890 40

513 -------- 65 448 -------- 70,840 29,593 21,336 11,854 8,057 41


69 ------- 9 ------- 60 -------- 18,833 7,245 6,939 2,200 2,449 42
270 ------- ------- 176 94 -------- 7,010 1,495 4,046 925 544 43
443 ------- ------- 127 8 308 1,274 87 392 558 237 44

782 ------- 9 303 162 308 27,117 8,827 11,377 3,683 3,230 45


111 ------- 102 -------- 9 -------- 3,026 1,816 740 337 133 46


140 ------- 2 ------- 26 112 4,248 1,864 1,310 404 .670 47






22

TABLE 2.--AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during month~ of

Re- Veterans' Administr~ation
gional
IteM Hospital medio.Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ___ __ __ _______ ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi!- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal


Illinois:
48 Chicago (L.S.) -----------17 498 422 422 24 162 236--------49 Chicago (W.S.)- ---- -- 17 592 479 479 80- 163 236--------50 Danville --------------- 15 1,090 1,072 970 532 53 385 102 ---51 Hines ----------------- 17 1,276 1,146 1,146 220 276 650--------52 Marion --------- 21 187 138 138 ----- 32 106--------53 N. Chicago --------------17 1,592 1,525 1,345 805 53 486 180

54 Total --------------- --------4, 235 4,782 4,500 1, 661 739 2, 099 282

Indiana:
55 Fort Wayne-------15 227 208 169 ----- 01 108 39
56 Indianapolis ------------15 845 576 516 90 176 250 60 ---57 Marion -----------------15 1,057 1,029 961 290 -----------672 68 ---58 Ttl-----------2,129 1,813 1,646 380 237 1,030 167 ---Iowa:
59 Des Moines --------------23 646 265 265 ----- 93 172--------60 Iowa City-------------- 23 802 290 290 48 122 120--------61 Knoxville-- --------23 824 818 623 224-----------399 195 -,--62 Total --------------- ------ 2, 272 1,373 1, 178 272 215 691 195 ---Kansas:
63 Leavenworth------22 1,178 1,144 394 147 94 152 42 708
64 Topeka----------22 912 865 789 482 37 '271 76 ---65 Wichita -----------------22 276 144 144------------56 88................66 Total --------------- --------2,366 2,153 1,327 629 187 512 118 708

Kentucky:
67 Lexington'4--------------11 970 911 814 337 123 353 97 ---68 Louisville-------------- 11 403 356 356 49 143 164--------69 Total --------------- ------ 1, 373 1,267 1,170 386 266 517 57 ---Louisiana:
70, Alexandria ------------- 19 408 391 302 ---- 76 226 89 ---11 New Orleans----------- 19 635 475 475 58 180 238 ------- -------72 Shreveport--------19 393 356 356 70 113 173..............-73 Total --------------- ------ 1, 436 1,222 1, 133 128 369 637 89 ---Footnotes at end of table.






23

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

July 1976 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applicatiom for Item
Hospital Nursing care Domi- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- nation Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Com- State
munity


76 ------- ------- ------- 76 -------- 8,089 364 5,186 2,145 394 48
113 26 ------- 87 -------- 23,240 6,674 11,048 3, 112 2,406 49
18 ------- ------- ------- 18 -------- 2,589 660 1,083 351 495 50
130 ------- ------- ------- 140 -------- 17,312 549 10,822 4,624 1,317 51
49 ------- ------- ------- 49 -------- 3,164 355 1,687 961 161 52
67 ------- ------- ------- 67 -------- 6,878 1,858 3,826 513 681 63

453 ------- 26 ------- 427 -------- 61,272 10,460 33,652 11,706 5,454 54


19 ------- ------- ------- 19 -------- 1,045 217 381 339 108 55
269 ------- 24 134 28 83 14,412 4,035 5,358 2,063 2,956 56
28 ------- ------- ------- 28 -------- 2,320 555 1,121 248 396 57

316 ------- 24 134 75 83 17,777 4,807 6,860 2,650 3,460 58


381 139 ------- 67 44 131 7,026 1,955 2,981 839 1,251 59
512 20 1 302 68 121 5,489 465 3,440 1,056 528 60
6 ------- ------- ------- 6 -------- 1,994 896 626 88 384 61

899 159 1 369 118 252 14,509 3,316 7,047 1,983 2,163 62


34 ------- ------- ------- 34 -------- 2,617 329 1,330 540 418 63
47 ------- ------- ------- 47 -------- 7,332 2,725 3,582 561 464 64
132 2 57 8 65 4,470 1,800 1,342 514 814 65

213 ------- 2 57 89 65 14,419 4,854 6,254 1,615 1,696 66


59 ------- ------- ------- 59 -------- 8,086 1,675 4,486 1 293 632 67
47 ------- 3 ------- 44 -------- 7,996 2,602 2,542 1:189 1,663 68

106 ------- 3 103 -------- 16,082 4,277 7,028 2,482 2,295 69


17 ------- ------- ------- 17 -------- 2,730 448 10 163 870 249 70
160 ------- 5 51 104 20,072 3,474 11,229 3,196 2,073 71
37 ------- ------- ------- 37 6,375 1,697 2,295 1,627 756 72

214 ------- 5 ------- 105 104 29,177 5,719 14,687 6-93 3,078 73






24

TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during month of

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
item Hospital mediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total _______________ ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal

Maine:
74 Togus (total) ------------1 690 651 592 347 56 188 59------Maryland:
75 Baltimore---------------6 254 225 225 14 81 129--------76 Fort Howard---------6 278 256 210 17------193 46------77 Perry Point------------ 6 962 941 876 443---------- 433 65 ---78 Total --------------- ------ 1,494 1,422 1,311 474 81 755 -----Massachusetts:
79 Bedford--------------- 1 943 886 732 398 41 293 154.......80 Boston (Hosp.) -----------1 819 753 655 91 205 359 98 -81 Boston (OPO)----------- 1 430 -- - -- - -- - -- - - - -- - -- --
82 Brockton-------------- 1 788 759 759 458 15 286--------83 Northampton ------------1 750 700 650 404 ----------246 50------84 West Roxbury -----------1 200 192 192 70 122--------85 Total --------------- ------ 3,930 3,290 2,988 1,351 331 1,306 302 ---Michigan:
86 Allen Park ------------- 14 1,239 565 496 72 117 307 69 ---87 Ann Arbor ------------- 14 296 278 278 59 92 127 ------- -------88 Battle Creek ------------14 1,099 1,073 883 681-----------202 190------89 Iron Mountain ----------16 242 235 198-----------69 129 37---90 Saginaw---------------- 14 142 135 135----------- 40 95 ------- -------91 Total --------------- ------ 3,018 2,286 1,990 812 318 860 296 ---Minnesota:
92 Minneapolis ------------18 1,194 646 646 87 267 293--------- -----93 St. Cloud -------------- 18 878 836 793 389---------- 404 43------94 Total ------------ ---------2, 072 1, 482 1, 439 476 267 697 43 ---Mississippi:
95 Biloxi 2----------------------10 1, 401 1, 365 747 445 67 236 98 520
96 Jackson --------------- 10 448 422 422 66 154 202 ------- -------97 Total --------------------- 1,849 1,787 1, 169 511 221 438 98 520

F'oot~iotes gt e44 of table,






25

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

July 1976 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing care Dorni- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- zation Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Com- State
munity



39 ------- 2 ------- 37 6,344 3,429 1, 262 556 1,097 74


29 ------- 3 ------- 26 -------- 13,429 3, 181 7,722 1,598 928 7 5)
22 ------- ------- ------- 22 -------- 1,605 212 1, 120 112 116 76
21 ------- ------- ------- 21 -------- 2,593 928 1,001 251 413 77

72 ------- 3 ------- 69 17,627 4,321 9,843 1,961 1,502 78


57 ------- ------- ------- 57 -------- 8,201 3,386 4,057 343 415 79
66 ------- ------- ------- 66 -------- 11,982 1,827 6,279 3,308 568 80
430 125 15 49 -------- 214 22,544 15,649 5,467 271 1, 157 81
29 ------- ------- ------- 29 -------- 7,331 2,276 4, 119 281 655 82
50 ------- ------- ------- 50 -------- 5,909 2,970 2,338 188 413 83
8 ------- ------- ------- 8 -------- 3, 176 631 1,502 791 252 84

640 125 15 49 210 241 59, 143 26,739 23,762 5, 182 3,460 85


674 ------- 14 434 43 183 21, 143 7,947 9,317 2,283 1,596 86
18 18 -------- 3,862 1,021 1,897 544 400 87
26 ------- ------- ------- 26 -------- 5,988 2,060 3,049 392 487 88
7 ------- 1 ------- 6 -------- 1,898 586 675 455 182 89
7 ------- ------- ------- 7 -------- 2,268 353 1,034 748 133 90

732 ------- 15 434 100 183 35, 159 11,967 15,972 4,422 2,798 91


548 ------- 3 86 110 349 19,976 6,607 7,558 2,971 2,840 92
52 ------- ------- ------- 42 -------- 3, 100 1,438 1, 149 174 339 93

590 ------- 3 86 152 349 23,076 8,045 8,707 3,145 3,179 94


36 ------- ------- ------- 36 -------- 5,001 1,413 2,552 609 427 95
26 ------- 3 ------- 23 -------- 9,707 3,409 2,699 2,037 1,562 96

62 ------- 3 ------- 59 -------- 14,708 4,822 5,251 2,646 1,989 97






26

TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during month of


Re- Veterans' Administration
gional
Item Hospital mediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ___--___ ___ ing DomiVA bed ciiary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry Cal cal


Missouri:
98 Columbia-------------- 21 394 368 319 42 120 158 49
99 Kansas City -------------22 424 370 370 61 157 152 ----
100 Poplar Bluff -------------21 207 181 136 ----- 62 74 45 ---101 St. Louis 2---------------21 1,074 848 761 235 177 350 87 ---102 Total --------------- --------2,099 1,767 1,586 338 516 734 181 ---Montana:
103 Fort Harrison ------------24 269 133 133 ----- 36 97 ---- -104 Miles City ---------------24 104 84 58 ----- 20 38 26 ---105 Total --------------- ---------373 217 191 ----- 56 135 26 ---Nebraska:
106 Grand Island ------------23 646 159 118 ----- 34 84 41 ---107 Lincoln -----------------23 166 149 149 47 53 49
108 Omaha---------------- 23 346 325 325 57 103 165--------109 Total --------------- --------1, 158 633 592 104 190 298 41 ---Nevada:
110 Reno (total) -------------27 180 162 142 14 68 61 20 ---New Hampshire:
ill Manchester (total) -- 1 291 179 141 ----- 50 90 38

New Jersey:
112 East Orange -------------4 1,208 859 819 ill 187 521 40 ---113 Lyons ------------------4 1,252 1,236 1,148 677 18 453 88 ---114 Total --------------- --------2, 460 2, 095 1, 967 788 205 974 128 ---New Mexico:
115 Albuquerque (total) --- 25 465 410 364 53 117 194 46 ---Footnotes at end of table.






27

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

July 1976 1 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applicatiutis for Item
Hospital Nursing care Moni- tioslitali- No.
ciliary Total N)n- zatiuln Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA c~ nnectv:d co1mne(te1 b~ d care
State Other State Com- State

unity



26 -------.--------------- 26 4,963 637 3, 073 701 552 98
54 ..... 2 -------. 52 ....... 8, 932 2,057 3, 793 1,444 1, 638 99
26 -------.--------------- 26 ------ 2, 529 604 1, 149 6.55 121 100
226 ..... 2 84 73 67 18, 482 3,445 11,840 1,737 1,460 101

332 4 84 177 67 34, 906 6,743 19, 855 4,537 3,771 102


136 1 39 22 74 2, 010 1, 167 237 289 317 103
20 4 16 661 89 339 169 64 104

156 5 39 38 74 2, 671 1, 25C 576 458 381 105


487 ------- -------- 358 4 125 775 143 288 219 125 106
17 ___ 2 ------- 15 4,419 1,690 1,367 499 863 107
21 -------------- -------- 21 -------- 6,215 1,056 3,519 1,202 438 108

525 2 358 40 125 11,409 2, 889 5, 174 1,920 1,426 109


18 4 ------- 14 6,966 1,826 3,496 944 700 110


112 2 58 52 6,072 1,998 2,432 686 956 111


349 ------ 3 164 82 100 18,176 5,999 8,974 1,320 1,S83 112
16-------------- -------- 16 4,153 1,401 1,781 406 565 113

365 --- 3 164 98 100 22,329 7,400 10,755 1,726 2,448 114


55 ---------------------- 55 7,472 3,484 2, 108 1,078 802 115

77-564-76----5









TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during month of


Re- Veterans' Administration
gional ____-_______________ __item Hospital mediNo. cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ____ ___ ________ ing DomniVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal


New York:
116 Albany ------------------2 721 688 590 97 145 347 98 ---117 Batavia-----------2 202 202 202------------26 176--------118 Bath --------------------2 1,003 999 197 10-------187 176 626
119 Bronx -------------------3 669 666 666 52 231 382--------120 Brooklyn (11osp.)l --------3 263 240 98 98--------- -----------142 ---121 Brooklyn (OPC)----------3 17---------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -----122 Buffalo ------------------2 829 803 767 104 173 491 36 ---123 Canandaigua -------------2 1,069 1,069 970 448 12 510 99 ---124 Castle Point -------------3 323 320 232 ----- 60 173 88
125 Montrose----------------3 1, 255 1, 250 1,145 769 10 366 105 ---126 New York (Hosp.)--- 3 814 805 805 153 283 370--------127 New York (Pros. Ctr.)-- 29 --------- --------- -------- -------- -------- ---------------- -------128 Northport ---------------3 832 828 828 365 119 345--------129 Syracuse --------------2 400 345 308 59 140 109 37 ---130 Total --------------- --------8,3 9 7 8,215 6,808 12, 155 1,199 3, 456 781 626

North Carolina:
131 Asheville ----------------8 612 572 494 26 146 323 78 ---132 Durham---------------- 8 431 39 34 76 172 147 -------- -------133 Fayetteville --------------8 I 385 354 317 I 34 69 I 215 37--------134 Salisbury----------8 918 893 1 801 492 35 274 92

135 Ttl---------- -2, 346 2, 213 2, 006 628 422 959 207 ----North Dakota:
136 Fargo (total) -------------18 3291 214 165 47 118 49 ---Ohio:
137 Chillicothe ---------------13 1,190 1,053 960 481 21 458 93
138 Cincinnati ---------------13 617 558 364 66 168 130 194
139 Cleveland 2--------------13 2,168 1,428 1,331 643 197 491 97 ---140 Columbus (OPC)---------13---------- --------- ---------------------------- -------141 Dayton -----------------13 1,832 1,771 717 177 155 35 272 782

142 Total --------------- --------5, 807\ 4, 810 3, 372 1, 367 541 1, 464 J 656 782

Oklahoma:
143 Muskogee ---------------20 221 182 182 84 98--------144 Oklahoma City----- 20 1, 297 347 347 1041 109 135- ------145 Total -------- --- 1, 518 529 529 104 193 233 *

Footnotes at end of table.







29

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

July 1976 Outpatient medical vi-its -Staff and fev, July 1976

Non-VA Outpa itient tr atnuwt
___............ . ... ................._ A tp ie a
t imis for Item
IHospital Nursing care Dota- sp)itaIi- No.
ciliary Total Non- zation Other
Total Srvice service amd prynon-VA connected comect 'd bed (are
State Other State Corn- State
munity



33 ------- 2 31 -------- 10, 300 2,773 4, 728 1, 57)9 1,200 116
--------- ---5, 009 2, 376 1,856 373 404 117
4 --------------------- 4 1,588 293 867 132 296 118
3 --------------------- 3 14, 926 1, 777 9, 641 2,856 652 119
23 --------------------- 23 13, 343 1, 111 7,651 3, 275 1, ?)06 120
17 ------- 17 ------- ----------------- 10, 990 7, 5 99 2, 294 510 587 121
26 ------- 4 22 --------- 14,578 6,211 4,959 1,818 1,590 122
......... ........ ....... .......- 3, 156 1, 055 1,534 199 368 123
3 --------------------- 3 -------- 1,964 432 967 295 270 124
5 ---------------------5 --- 6,374 2,602 2,873 279 620 125
9 7 2------2 32, 485 11,937 15, 038 3,417 2, 093 126
----------------- ------- ------- ------- -------- ------------------- ---------- ---- ---127
4.---------------------- -4 18, 246 7, 172 9,828 654 592 128
55 ------- 3 22 7 23 12, 617 5, 983 3, 462 1,373 1, 799 129

182 ------- 33 22 104 23 145, 57 6 51,321 65, 698 16,780 11,777 130


40 --------------------- 40 6,533 751 4,039 1, 163 580 1:31
37 --------------------- 37 -------- 8,611 454 5, 468 2,240 449 132
31 ---------------------- 31 3, 974 457 2, 149 1, 174 194 133
25 -- 4 21 --------- 10, 369 4,910 1,703 987 2, 769 134

133 ------- 4 129-------- 29, 487 6, 572 13, 359 5, 564 3, 992 135


115 ------- 6 ------- 21 88 2, 773 863 666 575 669 136


137 ---------------------- 137 3,247 868 1,620 332 427 137
59 ---- 10 ---- 49 11--- 50o1 3, 767 5,085 1, 406 1,243 1:38
740 -------.16 83 641 21,496 9, 159 6, 052 2, 715 3, 570 139
- - - - -- - -- - -- - -- - 4, 524 2,873 68s3 j68 900 140
61 1 ....... 60 4,205 491 1,458 1,703 353 141

997 ------- 27 ------- 329 641 44, C73 17, 158 14, 898 6, 224 6, 693 142


39 ------- 3 ------- 26 5, 042 1, 551 1, 317 1, 003 1, 171 143
950 21 ------- 500 43 386 13, 601 2, 492 7, 864 2, 349 896 144

989 21 3 500 79 386 18, 643 4, 043 9, 181 3, 332 2,067 145






30

TABLE 2.--AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during month of


Re- Veterans' Administration
gional __Item Hospital mediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ___---___ ing DomiVA bed ciiary
Total Psy- Siurgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal cal


Oregon:
146 Portland-----------28 534 436 436 29 158 249 -------147 Roseburg ----------------28 434 391 318 136 18 164 73 ---148 White City (Dorn.) -- -- ---28 1, 153 1,151 ------------------------------ 1,151

149 Total --------------------2, 121 1,978 754 165 176 413 73 1,151

Pennsylvania:
150 Altoona ----------------------187 165 147------------51 96 18 ---151 Butler------------------- 5 352 339 238-------------------238 101 ---152 Coatesville-------------- 4 1,397 1,287 1,237 862----------- 375 50 ---153 Erie-------------------- 5 321 158 121 ---- 35 86 37 ---154 Lebanon ----------------- 4 957 929 810 410 19 381 119 ---155 Philadelphia (Hosp.><__ 4 541 404 404 39 149 216 -------1.56 Pittsburgh (Psy.) ---------5 838 802 802 503 4 296 -------157 Pittsburgh (Gen.)---------5 787 725 532 23 186 323 193
158 WilkesBarre-------------4 473 422 422 94 89 239
159 Total --------------- ---------------5, 2 31 4, 713 1, 93t .533 2, 2 50 518----Puerto Rico:
160 San Juan (total) ----- 3 1, 239 631 631 239 152 240 -------Rhode Island:
161 Providence (total) ---- 1 582 2.51 25 1 30 68 13

South Carolina:
162 Charleston ----------------0 353 334 334 52 104 177
163 Columbia ----------------9 572 418 346 25 133 188 72 ---164 Total --------------- I---------925 752 680 77 237 365 72 ---South Dakota:
165 Fort M-eade----------23 351 345 34.5 185 16 144--------166 Hot Spig-------23 695 581 207 29 35 144-------374
167 Sioux Fal~------18 283 264 191 17 84 91 73

168 Total --------------- --------1, 329 1, 190 743 231 13.5 379 73 374

Footnotes at end of table.






31

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

July 1976 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applications for Itein
Hospital Nursing care Domi- hospitali- No.
ciliary Total Non- nation Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Com- State
munity



98 ------- 6 ------- 92 -------- 9,937 3,278 3 642 1,220 1,797 146
43 --------------------- 43 -------- 3,149 681 1: 678 530 260 147
2 ------- 2 --------------- -------- 748 170 369 105 104 148

143 ------- 8 ------- 135 -------- 13,834 4,129 5,689 1,855 2, 161 149


22 3 19 -------- 2,237 1,037 684 127 389 150
13 ------- ------- ------- 13 -------- 2,579 589 1,418 236 336 151
116 ------- ------- ------- 110 -------- 3,034 1 450 526 290 768 152
163 1 58 22 82 2,563 1,211 960 255 137 153
28 ------- 2 -------- 26 -------- 6,569 4,456 911 213 989 154
137 ------- 10 ------- 127 -------- 26 817 9,738 11,765 1,970 3,344 155
36 ------------------ -- 36 -------- 4,930 2,769 1,350 226 585 156
62 ---- -- I ------- 61 -------- 12,316 2 903 6,481 1,036 1,896 157
5 ------- 13 ------- 38 -------- 7,743 5: 720 660 501 862 158

62 ------- 30 58 452 82 68,788 1 29,873 24,755 4,854 9,306 159


608 ------- 560 ------- 48 -------- 26,270 8,878 10,521 .5, 219 1,652 160


331 ------- 2 167 42 120 10,217 5,442 3,317 .5 6 4 894 161


19 -------------- ------- 19 -------- 4,718 579 2,788 1,047 304 162
154 ------- 6 70 78 -------- 9,722 3,120 2,674 2,346 1,582 163

173 ------- 6 70 97 -------- 14,440 3,699 5,462 3, 393 1,886 164


6 -------- ------- ------- 6 -------- 1,861 290 1,276 88 207 165
114 -------------- 23 4 87 1, 130 151 5336 255 188 166
19 ------- 1 ------- 18 -------- 2,245 699 737 406 403 167

139 ------- 1 23 28 87 5,236 1, 140 2)549 749 798 168








TABLE 2e-AVERAGE DAILY INPAT[ENT CESUS

Average daily census during month of

Re- Veterans' Administration
gional ___item Hospital mediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and Nurstrict non-VA Total ___ __ _____- ___ ing DomiVA bed ciiary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- Care
chiatry cal Cal


Tennessee:
169 Memphis-----------1 844 802 802 155 174 473--------170 Mountain Home ----------8 1, 464 1, 360 444 60 104 280 57 ,859
171 Murfreesboro ------------11 849 844 798 346-------453 46 ---172 Nashville----------11 465 404 404 36 184 184--------173 Total --------------- --------3,622 3,410 2,448 597 462 1,390 103 859

Texas:
174 Amarillo---------25 125 109 109 ----- 47 62--------175 Big Spring ---------------25 194 173 156 6 35 115 17 ---176 Bonham -----------------20 411 392 68 14 24 30 95 229
177 Dallas- -----------------20 689 592 592 128 203 261---178 El Paso (OQO-----------25 26----------------------------179 Houston--------------- 20 1,255 1,144 1,071 36 218 484 73
180 Kerrville ----------------20 312 283 249 ----- 53 196 34
181 Lubbock.(OPO) ----------29 2 --------- -------- -------- --182 Marlin ------------------20 209 -198 1198--------- ----------198 ---- --_183 San Antonio (OPO)-------25 16 --------- -------- -------- --184 San Antonio (Hosp...---- 20 549 457 457 121 183 153-------185 Temple -----------------20 1,067 1,001 567 92 178 296-------434
186 Waco -------------------20 1,182 1,127 1,046 694-----------353 81 ---187 Total --------------- --------6, 037 5, 476 4, 513 1,423 941 2,148 300 663

Utah:
188 Salt Lake City (total) 24 405 384 343 104 82 156 41 ---Vermont:
189 White River Junction 1 280 194 166 15 76 75 28 ---(total).

Virginia:
190 Hampton--------------- 7 1, 139 1, 108 417 72 79 265 39 652
191 Richmond -------------7 700 676 676 50 149 476................192 Salem -------------------7 898 782 684 361 46 277 98 ---193 Total --------------- --------2,737 2,566 1,777 483 274 1,018 137 62

Footnotes at end of table.






33

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

JuY 1976 'Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
_______ _______ ______ _______-Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing care Donxi- hospitali- No
ciliary Total Non- zation Other
Total _____________________Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Corn- State
munity



42-------- ------- ----------42------------11,017 1,819 5,878 2,557 763 169
104--------------104 ----- 3,384 450 1,113 1,379 442 170
5 ------ ------- ------- 5 ---- 1,983 580 779 266 358 171
61 ---- --- 56------------13,732 5,981 4, 2,52 2,431 1,068 172

212 ---- 5 ---- 207-------30,116 8,830 12,022 6,633 2,631 173


16-------- ------- ----------16 ----- 1,524 124 771 542 87 174
21-------- ------- ----------21 ----- 1,925 357 912 535 121 175
19-------- ------- ----------19 ----- 1,489 459 582 292 156 176
97 ---- 7 ---- 90-------17, 745 5, 193 8, 046 2,635 1,871 177
26 ------- 26-------- -------- -----------3,384 2,468 250 106 560 178
II1 ----1 1 --- 110-------20,469 2,855 11,903 4,649 1,062 179
29-------- ------- ----------29 ----- 2,039 477 965 293 304 180
2 ---- 2---------------3,989 2,133 758 83 1,015 181
11--------- ------- ----------11 -----758 131 37.5 155 97 182
16 16-------- -------- -----------5,027 3,318 767 408 534 183
92 ---- 7 85------------10,853 2,074 7,348 872 559 184
66 ------- ------- ----------66 ----- 5,600 946 2,594 1,473 587 185
55 --- 3 ---- 52 ----- 7,659 4,838 1,286 477 1,069 186

561 ---- 62 ---- 499------------82,461 25,373 36,557 12,509 8,022 187


21--------------21 ----- 9,564 2,528 4,891 1,308 837 188


86 ---- 2 67 3 14 4,445 1,651 2,078 240 476 189



31-------- -----------------31 ----- 5,468 1,857 2,448 555 608 190
24 1--- --- 23 ----- 9,312 2,161 4,940 1,273 938 191
116-----------42 ---- 74------------12,733 5,838 4,407 711 1,777 192

171 ---- 43 ---- 128------------27,513 9,856 11,795 2,539 3,323 193






34

TABLE 2.-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSUS

Average daily census during month of


Re- Veterans' Administration
gional
Item Hospital inediNo. Cal Total Hospital-bed section
dis- VA and N urstrict non-VA Total ____ ___ ___ ing DomiVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal


Washington:
194 American Lake -----------28 522 501 429 316------------113 72 ---195 Setl---------28 712 258 258 64 83 112--------196 Spokane--------------- 28 214 188 188 ---- 87 101--------197 Vancouver ---------------28 369 329 295 45 100 150 ----- 34
198 Walla Walla -------------28 114 101 101 31 70

199 Total -----------------------1,931 1,377 1,271 425 301 546 72 34

West Virginia:
200 Beckley -----------------7 692 684 120 ----- 54 66 37 527
201 Clarksburg --------------5 211 178 178 30 71 78--------202 Huntington --------------7 162 114 114 43 71--------203 Martinsburg--------6 626 553 553 17 78 459--------204 Total --------------- --------1,691 1,529 965 47 246 674 37 527

Wisconsin:
205 Madison---------16 760 285 285 13 124 148--------206 Tomahi---------------16 838 832 739 317------------422 93 ---207 Wood -------------------16 1, 716 1, 597 657 193 185 279 196 744

208 Total -----------------------3,314 2,714 1,681 523 309 849 289 744

Wyoming:
209 Cheyenne ---------------24 167 156 il111 --- 38 73 45 ---210 Sheridan ----------------24 377 285 285 173------------112--------211 Ttl------------544 441 396 173 38 185 45 ---Philippines:
212 Manila (RO) (total)----~ 27 67 - - -- - - -- - - -I- - -

'Sum of individual stations do not add to overall total due to rounding.
2 Data for the VA psychiatric hospitals, Augusta, Ga.; Brecksville, Ohio; Gulfport, Miss.; Jefferson Barracks, Moll; North Little Rock, Ark.; and Palo Alto, Calif.; are respectively included with the VA general hospitals, Augusta, Cleveland, Biloxi, St. Louis, Little Rock, and Palo Alto.






35

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

July 1976 1 Outpatient medical visits--Staff and fee, July 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment

tiois for Item
hospital Nursing care IDoni- huspitali- No.
ciliary lotal Nni- z"Ition Other
Total Service service and prenon-VA connected connected bed care
State Other State Con- State
niunity



21 --------------.-------- 21 2, 533 948 1, 030 317 238 194
454 1 135 103 215 17, 089 5, 300 8, 449 483 2, 857 195
26 --------------.-------- 26 2, 924 825 1,637 313 149 196
40 ---------------------- 40 3,214 642 1,875 335 362 197
13 --------------------- 13 1,315 233 699 265 118 198

554 ------- 1 135 203 215 27,075 7,948 13,690 1,713 3,724 199


8 -------------- -------- 8 2, 059 503 1, 109 312 135 200
33 ------- ------- -------- 33 2,460 297 1, 137 863 163 201
48 ------- 1 ------- 47 3,872 1,834 851 557 630 202
73 --------------.-------- 73 3,971 782 2,069 573 547 203

162 ------- 1 161 -------- 12,362 3,416 5,166 2,305 1,475 204


475 4 ------- 384 24 63 3, 992 392 2, 366 952 282 205
6 ---------------------- 6 1,707 491 789 131 296 206
119 10 ------- 109-------- 16, 343 6,082 6,468 1,617 2, 176 207

600 4 10 384 139 63 22, 042 6, 965 9, 623 2, 700 2, 754 208


11 ........ 1 10 1,510 390 545 320 255 209
92 ------- ------- -------- 40 52 1,303 311 662 139 191 210

103 ..... 1 50 52 2,813 701 1,207 459 446 211


67 ------- 66 -----.1 2, 146 440 66 1,242 398 212

3 Includes data for the VA hospital, Aspinwall, Pa.
4 Includes consolidated data (of the 2 hospital divisions) for the VA general hospitals, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Indianapolis, Ind.; and Lexington, Ky.








TABLE 3,-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES

Tot2l

July 1, 1976 July 1, 1976
TQTD


Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------------ 1,557 1,557
Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------- 2,032 2,032
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------ 1,938 1,938
Patients remaining-end of period ------------------------------- -------- ------ 1,534 1,534
Patient days of care ----------------------------------------------------------- 42,534 42,534
Average daily census ----------------------------------------------------------- 2,654 2,654
Patients treated --------------------------------------------------------------- 3,368 3,368
Average monthly turnover rate ------------------------------------------------- 72.6 72.6


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS


Inpatient Care

Total patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------- 993 993
Gains:
From station outpatient care-ambulatory care ------------------------------- 89 89
From station outpatient care-other ----------------------------------------- 226 226

Total from station outpatient care ------------------------------------- 31 K 315

Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 27 27
Referred from outside VA -------------------------------------------------- 72 72
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 1,093 1,093

Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,507 1,507

Losses:
Treatment completed ------------------------------------------------------ 288 288
Treatment not completed -------------------------------------------------- 277 277
To station outpatient care -------------------------------------------------- 689 689
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 35 35
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 13 13
Patients rejecting care ------------------------------------------------------ 143 143
Disciplinary action --------------------------------------------------------- 31 31
Other ------------------------------------------------------------------ 26 26

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,501 1,501







37

TABLE 3.--SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS-Contimied

Total


Juy1, 1976 J uly 1, 192,6,
rialyTQTD

Patients remaining-end of period:
Detoxification-opiates--------------------------------------------- 175 175
Detoxification-other------------------------- ------- ---------------------- 66 66

Total detoxification------------------------------------------------------- 241 241

Methadone maintenance------------------------------------------------------ 121 121
Drug-free therapy----------------------------------------------------------- 601 601
Other modalities-------------------------------------------------------------- 70 70

Total patients remaining------------------------------------------------- 1,033 1, 0331

Patient days of care--------------------------------------------------------- 31, 101 31, 101
Average daily census-------------------------------------------------------- 1,002 1, 002
Patients treated------------------------------------------------------------ 2,534 2,534
Average monthly turnover rate------------------------------------------------ 149.8 149.8
Operating beds (month-EOP) (YTD.-Average) ---------------------------------1, 173 1,173
Bed occupancy rate---------------------------------------------------------- 85.4 83.4
Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICI)A code):
304.0 and 304.1 (opium, opium derivatives, and synthetic analgesics) -----972 972
304.2 (barbiturates)------------------------------------------------------- 65 65
304.3 (other hypnotics, sedatives, tranquilizers) --------------------------------35 35
304.4 (cocaine) ---------------------------------------------------------- 18 18
304.5 (marijuana; hashish)------------------------------------------------- 25 2.5
304.6 (other psycho-stimulants)--------------------------------------------- 46 46
304.7 (hallucinogens)------------------------------------------------------ 14 14
304.8 (other)------------------------------------------------------------- 48 48
Alcohol patients admitted to DDTC-------------------------------------------- 284 284
Patients admitted with multiple drug use---------------------------------------- 419 419
Number admitted with service in:
Europe--------------------------------------------------------------------- 306 306
Vietnam-------------------------------------------------------------------- 66.5 665
United States only----------------------------------------------------------- 311 311
Number of ASMUG referrals------------------------------------------------------ 34 34
Patients with concurrent alcohol problem EOP--------------------------------------- 200 200






38

TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS-Continued

Total

July 1, 1976 July 1, 1978,
TQTD


In~patienLt Care--Continued

Applications for hospital care:
Pending determination eligibility-end of prior period------------------------------ 47 47
Received-------------------------------------------------------------- 2, 028 2, 028
In need of care--------------------------------------------------------- 1,776 1,776
Not in need of care------------------------------------------------------- 120 120
Cancelled or withdrawn--------------------------------------------------- 213 243
Legally ineligible--------------------------------------------------------- 11 11
Pending determination eligibility-end of period------------------------------- 31 31
Acceptance rate----------------------------------------------------- 93.7 93.7


ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NONDRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTER ACTIVITY


Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period--------------------------------------------- 564 564

Total -ains--------------------------------------------------------------------- 525 525

Losses:
Transfer to VA DDTC-------------------------------------------------------- 43 43
Referred to outside VA-------------------------------------------------------- 1 1
All other------------------------------------------------------------------- 393 393

Total losses------------------------------------------------------------- 437 437

Patients remaining-end of period-------------------------------------------------- 501 501
Patient days of care------------------------------------------------------------ 11,433 11,433
Average daily census------------------------------------------------------------ 1,652 1,652
Patients treated----------------------------------------------------------------- 834 834
Average monthly turnover rate---------------------------------------------------- 25.8 25.8






39

TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Confinued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES

Total

July 1, 1976 July 1, 1976,
TQTD

Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining end of prior period --------------------------------------- 7,911 7,911
Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,117 1,117
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------ 1,010 1,010
Outpatients remaining-end of period -------------------------------------------- 8,094 8,094
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 105,808 105,808
1 1
VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS

Outpatient Care

Total outpatients remaining-end of prior period ---------------------------------- 7,282 7,282

Gains:
From station inpatient care ------------------------------------------------ 599 599
Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 15 15
To pre-bed care ----------------------------------------------------------- 101 101
To ambulatory care ------------------------------------------------------- 274 274

Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,016 989

Losses:
Treatment completed ------------------------------------------------------ 184 184
Treatment not completed --------------------------------------------------- 289 289
To station inpatient care --------------------------------------------------- 176 176
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 41 41
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 42 42
Patients rejecting care ----------------------------------------------------- 66 66
Disciplinary action -------------------------------------------------------- 46 46
Other -------------------------------------------------------------------- 53 53

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 897 897

Outpatients remaining-end of period:
Detoxification-opiates ---------------------------------------------------- 149 149
Detoxification-all other --------------------------------------------------- -------------- -------------Total detoxification ---------------------------------------------------- 149 149

Methadone maintenance ------------------------------------------------------- 4, 35i 4,3,55
Drug-free therapy ------------------------------------------------------------- 2,635 2,635
Other modalities ---------------------------------------------------------- 292 292






An

TABLE 3.,-SUMMARY OF." DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS-Continued

Total

July 1, 1976 July 1, 1976,
TQTD

Outpatient Care-Continued

Total outpatients remaining- 7,431 7,341

Remaining in ambulatory care EOP --------------------------------------------- 3,394 3,394
Different patients visiting-- 6,811 6,811
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 104,093 104,093
Visits per patients per month ---------------------------------------------------- 15.3 15.3

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):
304.0 and 304.1 (opium, opium derivative, and synthetic analgesics) 725 725
304.2 (barbiturates) ------------------------------------------------------- 25 25
304.3 (other hypnotic, sedatives, tranquilizers) ------------------------------- 34 34
304.4 (cocaine) ------------------------------------------------------------ 15 15
304.5 (marijuana, hashish) -------------------------------------------------- 24 24
304.6 (other psyco-stimulants) ---------------------------------------------- 14 14
304.7 1 14
304.8 (other) -------------------------------------------------------------- 3 3

Alcohol patients admitted to DDTC --------------------------------------------- 148 148
Patients admitted with multiple drug use ----------------------------------------- 211 211
Number admitted with service in:
Europe ------------------------------------------------------------------- 166 166
Vietnam ------------------------------------------------------------------ 452 452
United States only -------------------------------------------------------- 196 196

Referrals from outside --------------------------------------------------------- 68 68
Patients with concurrent alcohol problem EOP 735 735
Recidivism for VA drug care:
1 time ------------------------------------------------------------------- 289 289
2 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 182 182
3 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 92 92
4 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 35 35
5 or more times ----------------------------------------------------------- 37 37

Rotal recidivists (recidivism includes inpatient and outpatient) 635 635

Outreach contacts:
Direct ------------------------------------------------------------------- 3,936 3,936
On behalf of patient ------------------------------------------------------- 7,626 7,626

Total outreach contacts ------------------------------------------------ 11,542 11,542

Followup contacts ------------------------------------------------------------- 3,092 3,092






41

TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued

ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NONDRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTER ACTIVITY Tot al

July 1, 1976 July 1, 1976,
TQTD

Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period---------------------------------------- 629 629

Total gains--------------------------------------------------------------- 128 128

Losses:
Transfer to VA DDTC----------------------------------------------------- 51 51
R eferred to outside VA -- - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - -- - - -
All other----------------------------------------------------------------- 62 62

Total losses----------------------------------------------------------- 113 113

Outpatients remaining-end of period--------------------------------------------- 666 666
Visits made ---------------------------------------------------------------- 1,721 1,721






A9

TABLE 4,SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENVEN1,CE TREATMENT PROGRAM ACTIVITY

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES

Total

July 1, 1976 July 1, 1976,
TQTD

Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------------ 7,340 7,340
Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------- 7,819 7,819
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------- 7,974 7,974
Patients remaining-end of period ----------------------------------------------- 6,885 6,885
Patient days of care ----------------------------------------------------------- 215,099 215,099
Average daily census ----------------------------------------------------------- 6,939 6,939
Patients treated --------------------------------------------------------------- 14,859 14,859
Average monthly turnover rate -------------------------------------------------- 114.9 114L 9
1
VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY

Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------------ 2,545 2,545

Gains:
From station outpatient care-ambulatory care- 211 211
From station outpatient care-other ----------------------------------------- 342 342

Total from station outpatient care --------------------------------------- 553 553

Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 98 98
Referred from outside VA -------------------------------------------------- 287 287
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 2,616 2,616

Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------- 3,548 3,548

Losses:
Treatment completed ------------------------------------------------------ 1,216 1,216
Treatment not completed --------------------------------------------------- 310 310
To station outpatient care -------------------------------------------------- 1,358 1,358
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 120 120
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 33 33
Patients rejecting care ----------------------------------------------------- 270 270
Disciplinary action -------------------------------------------------------- 54 54
Other -------------------------------------------------------------------- 203 203

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 3,564 3, 5"

Patient-, remaining-end of period- 2,453 2,453
Patient day of care ------------------------------------------------------------ 77,812 77,812
Average daily census ----------------------------------------------------------- 2,510 2,510
Patients treated --------------------------------------------------------------- 6,017 6,017
Average monthly turnover rate ------------------------------------------------- 142.0 142.0
Operatingbeds (month-EOP) 2,727 2,727
Bed occupancy rate- 92.0 92.0






43

TABLE 4..&,-SUMMARY'OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM ACTIVITY-Ciontinued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY-Continued

Total

July 1, 1976 July 1, 1976,
TQTD

Inpatient Care-Continued

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):
291 (alcoholic psychosis) --------------------------------------------------- 28 28
303 (alcoholism) ---------------------------------------------------------- 3,281 3,281
309.13 (nonpsychotic organic brain syndrome with alcohol) --------------------- 169 169
Drug patients admitted to ATU ------------------------------------------------ 10 10

Admissions by period of service:
World War II ------------------------------------------------------------ 1,675 1,675
Korea ------------------------------------------------------------------- 608 608
Vietnam era -------------------------------------------------------------- 641 641
Other -------------------------------------------------------------------- 564 564

Patients with concurrent drug problem EOP -------------------------------------- 23 23
Applications for hospital care pending determination eligibility-end of prior period--- 43 43

Received- -_ --------------------------------------------------------- 4,772 4,772
In need of care ------------------------------------------------------------ 3,802 3,802
Not in need of care -------------------------------------------------------- 824 824
Cancelled or withdrawn ---------------------------------------------------- 202 202
Legally ineligible ---------------------------------------------------------- I I
Pending determination eligibility -------------------------------------------- 13 13
Acceptance rate ------------------------------------------------------- 82.3 82.3

ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NON ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY

Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------------ 4,795 4,795

Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------- 4,265 4,270

Losses:
Transfer to VA ATU ------------------------------------------------------ 547 549
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 108 108
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 3,755 3,759

Total losses -------------------------------------------- --------------- 4,410 4,416

Patients remaining-end of period ----------------------------------------------- 4,432 4,566
Patient days of care --------------------------------------------- 137,817
Average daily census ---------------------------------------------------------- 4,429 4,429
Patients treated --------------------------------------------------------------- 8,842 8,842

Average monthly" turnover rate ---------------------------- ---------- 99.6 99.6






44

TABLE 4.-SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM ACTIVITY-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES


Total


July 1976 July 1976


Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period --------------------------------------- 24,539 24,530
Total gains -------------------------------------------------------------------- 2,800 2,800
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------- 2,387 2,387
Outpatients remaining-end of period -------------------------------------------- 24,416 24,416
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 27,113 27,113


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY


Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period --------------------------------------- 15,352 15, 352

Gains:
From station inpatient care ---------------------------------- --------------- 1,294 1,294
Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 30 30
To pre-bed care ----------------------------------------------------------- 169 169
To ambulatory care ------------------------------------------------------- 274 274

Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,767 1,767

Losses:
Treatment completed ------------------------------------------------------ 384 3M
Treatment not completed -------------------------------------------------- 298 298
To station inpatient care --------------------------------------------------- 387 387
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 46 46
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 49 49
Patients rejecting care ----------------------------------------------------- 174 174
Disciplinary action -------------------------------------------------------- 21 21
Other -------------------------------------------------------------------- 33 33

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,392 1,392

Outpatients remaining-end of period -------------------------------------------- 15,413 15,413
Remaining in ambulatory care EOP --------------------------------------------- 1,576 1,576
Different patients visiting ------------------------------------------------------ 6,711 6,711
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 17,469 17,469
Visits per patient per month ---------------------------------------------------- 2.6 2.6

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):
291 (alcoholic psychosis) ---------------- ----------------------------------- 15 15
303 (alcoholism) ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,701 1,701
309.13 (nonpsychotic; organic brain syndrome with alcohol) --------------------- 45 45
Drug patients admitted to ATU ------------------------------------------------- 6
1






45

TABLE 4,-SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM ACTIVITY-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY-Continued

Total

July 1, 1976 July 1, 1976,
TQTD

Outpatient Care-Continued

Admissions by period of service:
World War II ------------------------------------------------------------- 818 818
Korea -------------------------------------------------------------------- 375 375
Vietnam era -------------------------------------------------------------- 336 336
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 238 238
Patients with concurrent drug problem EOP -------------------------------------- 42 42
Referrals from outside VA ------------------------------------------------------ 149 149
Recidivism for VA alcohol care:
1 time ------------------------------------------------------------------- 683 683
2 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 337 337
3 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 189 189
4 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 115 115
5 or more times ----------------------------------------------------------- 313 313

Total recidivists (recidivism includes both inpatient and outpatient care) ----- 1,637 1,637

Outreach contacts:
Direct ------------------------------------------------------------------- 6,724 6,724
On behalf of patient ------------------------------------------------------- 5,591 5,591

Total outreach contacts ------------------------------------------------ 12,315 12,315

Followup contacts ------------------------------------------------------------- 6,100 6,100

ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NONALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY


Outpatient Care

Outpatient rernaining-end of prior period ---------------------------------------- 9,187 9,187

Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,033 1,033

Losses:
Transfer to VA DDTC ----------------------------------------------------- 61 61
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 63 63
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 871 871

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 995 995

Outpatient remaining-end of period --------------------------------------------- 9,003 9,003
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 9,644 9,644






46

TABLE 5.-JEDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Training status at end of

In training
Item Regional office
No. Not leading
to a On-job
Total College standard training
college
degree

I Total --------------------------------------- 778,678 396,570 313,175 68,933

2 Alabama: Montgomery ------------------------------ 24,757 14,726 8, 366 1,665
3 Alaska: Juneau ------------------------------------- 1,343 228 903 212
4 Arizona: 11,373 6,845 3,695 833
5 Arkansas: Little 10,102 2,968 6,144- 990
6 California: Los Angeles ----------------------------- 30,649 18,012 11, 169' 1,468

7 San Diego ------------------------------- 11,471 6,404 4,666 401
8 San Francisco ---------------------------- 24,275 11,647 10,536 2,092
9 Colorado: Denver ---------------------------------- 16,215 10,050 5,380 785
10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------------------------- 7,615 2,472 3,613 1,530
11 Delaware: Wilmington ------------------------------ 2,373 1,364 870 139
12 District of Columbia: Washington- 15,169 5,074 9,218 877

13 Florida: St. Petersburg ------------------------------ 41,517 23,651 15,539 2,327
14 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------------------------- 28,563 13,830 12,994 1,739
15 Hawaii: Honolulu ----------------------------------- 4,874 2,097 2,307 470
16 Idaho: Boise --------------------------------------- 2,694 962 1,381 351
17 Illinois: Chicago ------------------------------------ 32,965 18,912 11,460 593
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------------------- 15,901 5,774 7,958 2,169

19 ,Iowa: Des Moines ---------------------------------- 9,381 2,846 5,790 745
20 Kansas: Wichita ----------------------------------- 6,149 2,667 2,867 615
21 Kentucky: Louisville ---------------------- --------- 11,948 7,736 3,249 963
22 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------------------------- 13,400 5,949 5,494 1,957
23 Maine: 3,883 1,721 1,357 805
24 Maryland: Baltimore -------------------------------- 7,162 2,743 3,780 639

25 Massachusetts: Boston ------------------------------ 13,195 8,181 4,214 800
26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------------------------- 29,177 15,199 11,919 2,059
27 Minneapolis: St. Paul ------------------------------- 11,439 2,903 6,952 1,584
28 Mississippi: Jackson -------------------------------- 8,576 4,095 3,352 1,139
29 Missouri: St. Louis --------------------------------- 20,800 9,452 9,574 1,774
30 Montana: Fort Harrison ----------------------------- 2,439 677 1,155 607

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------------------------- 6,989 2,749 .3,277 963
32 Nevada: Reno ------------------------------------- 2,778 1,467 1,138 173
33 New Hampshire: Manchester ------------------------ 3,629 2,212 1,110 307
34 New Jersey: Newark -------------------------------- 15,758 6,365 8,073 1,320
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque --------------------------- 4,906 2,099 2,501 306
36 New York: Buffalo ------------------------- ------- 12,388 5,276 5,058 2,054







47

FOR VETERANS AND SERVICEMEN

July 1976 Training activity

Terminated During July 1976 Transition quarter to date July 1976 Itern

No.
Entitlement Original Termi- Original TermiTotal exhausted entrances Reentrances nations entrances Reentrances nations



5,779,349 474,206 42,421 208,205 370,487 42,421 208,205 370,487 1

96,674 9,647 887 3,995 11,340 887 3,995 11,340 2
12,334 452 156 197 594 156 197 495 3
89,802 8,126 461 6,521 7,889 461 6,521 7,889 4
47,336 5,297 354 2, 112 3,336 354 2,112 3,336 5
438,378 42,931 2,624 20,367 22,692 2,624 20,367 22,692 6

100,762 7,655 1,129 5,431 5,986 1,129 5,431 5,986 7
335,666 34,186 1,866 10,101 13,649 1,866 10,101 13,649 8
110,010 7,756 771 3,065 10,042 771 3,065 10,042 9
64,230 5,124 304 2,368 3,204 304 2,368 3,204 10
15,253 774 ill 410 930 ill 410 930 11
247,049 9,449 6, 140 12,157 20,374 6, 140 12,157 20,374 12

220,436 17,752 2,212 8,090 16,786 2,212 8,090 16,786 13
128,899 9,873 902 3,276 8,333 902 3,276 8,333 14
50,445 3,782 745 3,291 4,284 745 3,291 4,284 15
20,989 1,868 177 833 876 177 833 876 16
256,859 21,961 1,326 7,568 16,719 1,326 7,568 16,719 17
99,770 6,941 539 2,857 4,083 539 2,857 4,083 18

59,689 5,116 501 1,539 2,381 501 1,539 2,381 19
58,457 4,603 625 2,270 1,967 625 2,270 1,967 20
73,457 5,511 638 3,811 5,950 638 3,811 5,950 21
84,233 9,038 593 2,496 4,492 593 2,496 4,492 22
27,265 1,626 171 868 2,074 171 868 2,074 23
63,640 3,746 364 2,711 2,830 364 2,711 2,830 24

129,366 10,563 661 4,264 6,036 661 4,264 6,036 25
219,108 16,800 907 7,046 15,590 907 7,046 15,590 26
99,807 10,627 383 3,748 4,975 383 3,748 4,975 27
40,257 3,066 413 1,518 3,125 413 1,518 3,125 28
142,578 10,962 996 6,317 9,571 996 6,317 9,571 29
21,001 1,816 75 450 1,033 75 450 1,033 30

44,286 3,987 313 1,598 2,272 313 1,598 2,272 31
20,842 1,524 158 1,054 1,526 158 1,054 1,526 32
21,950 1,131 169 547 2,066 169 547 2,066 33
120,404 7,137 528 3,115 6,854 528 3,115 6,854 34
36,629 3,707 175 1,552 2,396 175 1,552 2,396 35
98,700 7,261 500 2,877 5,009 500 2,877 5,009 36







49

TABLE 5.,1DUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Training status at end of


item Regional office In training
No.
Not leading
to, a On-job
Total college staladoad trailing
college
degree

37 New York: New York ------------------------------ 26,148 13,534 9,792 1,822
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem ---------------------- 33, 3" 18,96,1 1116,41 2,784
39 North Dakota: Fargo ------------------------------- 4,422 951 2,809 762
40 Ohio: Cleveland ------------------------------------ 32,370 17,242 12,09$ 3,030
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------------------------- 13,173 7,561 4,986 626
42 Oregon: Portland ----------------------------------- 9,654 6,063 2,220 1,371

43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia -------------------------- 18,729 6,051 10,373 2,305
44 Pittsburgh ------ --------------------- 10,528 3,225 5,544 1,759
45 Philippine Islands: Manila -------------------------- 1,462 1,344 118 ------------46 Puerto Rica: San Juan ------------------------------ 3,961 2,375 1,571 15
47 Rhode Island: Providence ----------------- --------- 6,248 4,236 1,383 629
48 South Carolina: Columbia --------------------------- 18,625 9,991 7,173 1,461

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls --------------------------- 3,045 1,206 1,405 434
50 Tennessee: Nashville -------------------------------- 22,060 12,958 7,173 1,929
51 T exas: Houston ------------------------------------ 20,298 13,003 5,666 1,629
52 Waco --------------------------------------- 26,634 17,985 7,468 1,181
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ------------------------------- 6,456 4,379 1,577 500
54 Vermont: White River Junction ---------------------- 1,139 346 458 335

55 Virginia: Roanoke ---------------------------------- 17,616 8,542 7,227 1,847
56 Washington: Seattle -------------------------------- 16,804 9,473 5,902 1,429
57 West Virginia: Huntington -------------------------- 6,114 2,937 1,875 1,302
58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ------------------------------ 13,830 4,653 7,110 2,067
59 Wyoming: Cheyenne ---------------------- --------- 1,213 311 547 265







49

FOR VETERANS AND SERVICEMEN-Continued

July 1976 Training activity

Terminated During July 1976 Transition quarter to date July 1976 11em
_______ ____ ____ _____ ______ ________________ No.

Entitlement Original Termi- Original TermiTotal exhausted entrances Reentrances nations entrances Reentrances nations



232, 773 18, 078 981 6, 638 13, 696 981 6, 638 13, 696 37
134,982 11,993 1,201 3, 85-Y1 11,049 1,201 3,851 11,049 38
25, 754 2, 471 243 799 1, 237 243 799 1, 237 39
226, 226 14, 994 1,034 6, 005 11,843 1,034 6, 005 11,843 40
86, 252 8, 445 554 3, 566 5, 196 .554 3, 566 5,196 41
74, 892 7, 840 320 1, 658 2, 838 320 1, 658 2, 838 42

155, 494 10, 971 685 2, 599 6, 530 68.5 2, 599 6, 530 43
85, 091 5, 100 345 3, 229 4, 359 345 3, 22 % 4, 359 44
9, 264 1, 623 273 778 467 273 778 467 43
37, 445 7, 706 193 3, 162 3, 478 193 3, 162 3, 478 46
38, 660 2, 379 186 1, 799 2, 952 186 1, 799 2, 952 47
76, 646 5, 536 569 2, 793 6, 288 569 2, 793 6, 288 48

19,579 1,769 153 607 1,260 153 607 1,260 49
103, 817 9, 498 656 3, 132 7, 134 656 3, 132 7, 134 50
140,077 11,772 720 5,738 12,356 720, 51,738 12,356 51
206, 272 16, 170 2, 467 9, 672 22, 833 2, 467 9, 672 22, 833 52
39, 519 4,124 218 1, 538 2, 901 218 1, 538 2, 901 53
8, 252 734 51 241 383 51 241 383 54

92, 645 6, 299 727 2, 461 6, 624 727 2, 461 6, 624 55
141, 834 10, 536 1, 102 3, 169 8, 336 1, 102 3,169 8, 336 56
33, 967 2, 700 292 1, 265 2, 798 292 1, 265 2, 798 57
103,842 10,741 488 2,610 4,223 488 2,610 4,223 58
9, 505 932 89 475 442 89 475 442 59






50

TABLE &-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Training status at end

In training
Item Regional office
No.
Not leading
to a
Total College standard Prep I
college
degree

I Total --------------------------------------- 67,933 11,842 56,091 1,771

2 Alabama: Montgomery ------------------------------ 1,270 590 680 120
3 Alaska: Juneau ------------------------------------- 416 16 400 1
4 Arizona: Phoenix ----------------------------------- 1,102 25 1,077 51
5 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------------------------- 339 12 327 4
6 CaliforDia: Los Angeles ------------------------------ 3,432 589 2,843 5

7 San Diego ------------------------------- 2,630 185 2,445 6
8 San Francisco ---------------------------- 4,825 684 4,141 39
9 Colorado: Denver ---------------------------------- 2,039 608 1,431 105
10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------------------------ 720 30 690 26
11 Delaware: Wilmington ------------------------------ 220 9 211 8
12 District of Columbia: Washington -------------------- 5,738 647 5,091 83

13 Florida: St. Petersburg ------------------------------ 4,287 637 3,650 52
14 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------------------------- 1,054 305 749 61
15 Hawaii: Honolulu ---------------------------------- 2,035 522 1,513 101
16 Idaho: Boise --------------------------------------- 537 6 531 -----------17 Illinois: Chicago ------------------------------------ 2,812 986 1,826 12
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------------------- 434 101 333 1

19 Iowa: Des Moines ---------------------------------- 127 70 57 1
20 Kansas: Wichita ------------------------------------ 961 153 808 139
21 Kentucky: Louisville -------------------------------- 597 47 550 90
22 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------------------------- 529 121 408 6
23 Maine: Togus -------------------------------------- 455 17 438 26
24 Maryland: Baltimore ------------------------------- 913 55 858 62

25 Massachusetts: Boston ------------------------------ 860 283 577 19
26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------------------------- 1,287 445 842 8
27 Minnesota: St. Paul -------------------------------- 150 3 147 -----------28 Mississippi: Jackson -------------------------------- 1,175 132 1,043 46
29 Missouri: St. Louis --------------------------------- 3, 176 1,714 1,462 24
30 Montana: Fort Harrison ----------------------------- 392 5 387 12

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------------------------- 763 230 533 57
32 Nevada: Reno ------------------------------------- 348 20 328 15
33 New Hampshire: Manchester ------------------------ 255 47 208 3
34 New Jersey: Newark -------------------------------- 1,355 89 1,266 41
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque --------------------------- 624 52 572 7
36 New York: Buffalo --------------------------------- 424 33 391 11







51

FOR SERVICEMEN

of July 1976 Training activity

Terminated During July 1976 Transitional quarter to date, July 1976
Item
No.

Entitlement Original Termi- Original TermiTotal exhausted entrances Reentrances nations entrances Reentrances nations



667,526 2,120 15,461 24,329 47,391 15,461 24,329 47,931 1

10,916 28 220 528 1,110 220 528 1,110 2
4,599 12 122 77 233 122 77 233 3
6,978 24 65 69 190 65 69 190 4
3,492 45 17 75 102 17 75 102 5
50,801 1,018 984 2,514 3,793 984 2,514 3,793 6

25,752 12 532 815 1,401 532 815 1,401 7
30,863 43 613 576 1,230 613 576 1,230 8
21,411 24 356 591 975 356 591 975 9
2,965 4 20 10 82 20 10 82 10
1,396 3 9 22 50 9 22 50 11
145,993 279 5,658 7,532 13,870 5,658 7,532 13,870 12

19,708 41 452 684 1,313 452 684 1,313 13
13,746 29 208 312 734 208 312 734 14
24,519 15 592 807 1,881 592 807 1,881 1,5
1,516 5 57 5 40 57 5 40 16
19,360 47 325 739 1,553 325 739 1,553 17
4,496 11 28 116 203 28 116 203 18

1,182 6 10 12 45 10 12 45 19
8,875 16 285 175 303 285 175 303 20
9,737 7 184 308 565 184 308 565 21
5,854 5 94 93 330 94 93 330 22
2,375 5 36 50 96 36 50 96 23
6,315 23 76 120 318 76 120 318 24

7,431 .9 134 357 585 134 357 585 25
8,228 23 92 287 738 92 287 738 26
1,767 6 3 10 24 3 10 24 27
4,332 4 99 89 303 99 89 303 28
17,603 20 277 1, 117 2,854 277 1,117 2,854 29
1,972 1 16 24 72 16 24 72 30

6,998 9 68 174 421 68 174 421 31
1,261 3 24 11 45 24 11 45 32
2,401 5 30 53 109 30 53 109 33
6,309 10 90 78 241 90 78 241 34
4,375 9 32 78 189 32 78 189 35
2,800 4 41 35 96 41 35 96 36






52

TABLE 6,-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Training status at end


item Regional office In training
No.
Not leading
to a
Total College standard Prep I
college
degree

37 New York: New York ------------------------------ 966 140 826 2
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem ---------------------- 2,342 108 2,234 35
39 North Dakota: Fargo ------------------------------- 700 49 651 20
40 Ohio: Cleveland ------------------------------------ 838 87 751 13
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------------------------- 865 245 620 1
42 Oregon: Portland ----------------------------------- 156 4 152 -----------43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia -------------------------- 1,094 176 08 1
44 Pittsburgh ---------------------------- 103 24 79 1
45 Philippine Islands: Manila --------------------------- 108 ------------ 108 1
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan ------------------------------ 53 12 41 -----------47 Rhode Island: Providence --------------------------- 166 16 150 -----------48 South Carolina: Columbia --------------------------- 1,629 110 1,519 44

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls --------------------------- 327 8 319 36
50 Tennessee: Nashville -------------------------------- 464 55 409 1
51 Texas: Houston ------------------------------------ 1,094 178 916 32
52 Waco --------------------------------------- 2,735 576 2,159 141
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ------------------------------- 273 65 208 -----------54 Vermont: White River Junction ---------------------- 26 6 20 -----------55 Virginia: Roanoke ---------------------------------- 3,058 339 2,719 87
56 Washington: Seattle -------------------------------- 2,262 144 2,118 114
57 West Virginia: Huntington --------------------------- 59 1 518 -----------58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ------------------------------- 160 29 131 -----------59 Wyoming: Cheyenne -------------------------------- 1 4 2 172 -----------I Data included in college or not leading to a standard college degree.







53

FOR SERVICEMEN-Con tiniked

of July 1976 Training activity

Terminated During July 1976 Transitional quarter to date, July 1976 Ie

No.

Entitlement Original Ternii- Original TermiTotal exhausted entrances Reentrances nations entrances Reentrances nations



7,388 44 41 115 286 41 115 286 37
15, 505 16 369 363 870 369 363 870 38
4,012 9 70 118 225 70 118 225 39
11, 103 17 31 68 207 31 68 207 40
9,399 20 73 154 295 73 154 295 41
1,383 4 3 3 21 3 3 21 42

4,735 11 77 54 239 77 54 239 43
1,282 2 8 17 36 8 17 36 44
6,115 9 174 182 357 174 182 357 45
1,825 3 20 24 46 20 24 46 46
3,396 9 7 27 48 7 27 48 47
11,493 16 182 297 595 182 297 595 48

2,001 7 23 41 919 23 41 99 49
5,889 22 71 199 325 71 199 325 5 0
9,686 20 80 215 420 80 215 420 51
37,886 41 1,510 2,535 4,595 1,510 2,535 4,595 52
4,189 5 43 539 207 43 539 207 53
228 1 1 1 4 1 1 4 54

17,668 14 219 252 960 219 252 960 55
20,752 36 591 561 1,397 591 561 1,397 56
615 3------------------------------6------------------------------6 57
1,805 5 14 17 43 14 17 43 58
785 1 5 4 16 5 4 16 59






54

TABLE 7,-EDUCATIONAL, ASSISTANCE

Sons and daughters

Training status at end of July 1976 Training

In training Terminated During July 1976 Transi
date,
Item Regional office
No.
Not
lead- Ening title- Orig- Ter- OrigTotal College to a Total ment inal Reen- mina, inal stand- ex- en- trances tions enard hausted trance trances
college
degree


1 Total ------------------ 18,099 15,585 2,310 180,387 22,787 2,245 11,619 13,954 2,245

2 Alabama: Montgomery --------- 910 719 185 3,885 547 77 213 478 77
3 Alaska: Juneau ---------------- 9 8 1 110 5 1 7 10 1
4 Arizona: Phoenix -------------- 378 341 29 3,464 417 49 455 510 49
5 Arkansas: Little Rock --------- 293 256 35 2,666 322 51 257 329 51
6 California: Los Angeles --------- 495 439 56 9,619 1,313 73 499 408 7S

7 San Diego ---------- 222 204 16 2,047 200 46 212 140 46
8 San Francisco ------ 381 353 26 8,994 1,282 73 365 385 73
9 Colorado: Denver ------------- 390 337 47 3,102 341 30 184 388 30
10 Connecticut: Hartford --------- 68 46 18 1,418 165 17 82 6 17
11 Delaware: Wilmington --------- 17 12 5 360 30 4 12 14 4
12 District of Columbia: Washington ------------------------ 196 179 16 3,029 363 33 277 228 33

13 Florida: St. Petersburg --------- 1,673 1,457 200 10,048 1,121 182 461 951 182
14 Georgia: Atlanta -------------- 1,101 787 302 4,890 695 81 152 446 81
15 Hawaii: Honolulu -------------- 63 51 10 822 101 21 145 131 21
16 Idaho: Boise ------------------ 39 33 5 780 97 8 76 46 8
17 Illinois: Chicago --------------- 296 274 19 3,464 562 25 174 226 25
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ---------- 171 139 29 2,229 300 23 112 79 23

19 Iowa: Des Moines ------------- 102 69 31 1,663 206 21 111 100 21
20 Kansas: Wichita -------------- 90 70 18 2,172 327 29 166 89 29
21 Kentucky: Louisville ----------- 286 267 16 2,529 370 58 295 356 58
22 Louisiana: New Orleans -------- 451 370 76 3,236 574 47 227 308 47
23 Maine: Togus ----------------- 50 41 8 1,066 86 18 69 72 18
24 Maryland: Baltimore ---------- 125 98 25 1,425 ill 18 120 82 18

25 Massachusetts: Boston --------- 231 193 33 5,467 626 60 214 176 60
26 Michigan: Detroit ------------- 413 373 36 4,707 595 31 197 355 31
27 Minnesota: St. Paul ----------- 124 80 40 2,813 264 27 147 148 27
28 Mississippi: Jackson ----------- 362 320 33 2,453 332 36 154 210 36
29 Missouri: St. Louis ------------ 239 209 24 3,107 429 42 340 313 42
30 Montana: Fort Harrison ------- 40 34 6 650 69 8 19 40 8

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ------------- 143 136 6 1,468 231 17 138 155 17
32 Nevada: Reno ---------------- 43 39 4 314 32 2 55 61 2
33 New Hampshire: Manchester --- 48 44 2 780 68 10 31 34 10
34 New Jersey: Newark ----------- 173 139 32 2,307 213 26 126 146 26
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque ----- 196 140 54 2,009 291 24 198 263 24
36 New York: Buffalo ------------ 158 145 9 31392 308 41 197 190 41







55

FOR DEPENDENTS

Wives and widows

activity Training status at end of July 1976 Training activity

tional quarter to In training Terminated D)uring July 1976 Transitional quarter to
July 1976 date, July 1976 Ie


Not
lead- EnTermi- ing title- Orig- Ter- Orig- TerReen- na- Total College to a Total nment inal Reen- rniina- inal Reen- minatrances tions stand- ex- en- trances tioiis en- trances tions
ard hausted trances trances
college
degree


11, 619 13, 954 5, 245 3, 738 1, 482 33, 68.5 1, 286 452 2, 145 3, 302 452 2,145 3, 302 1

213 478 26:3 161 100 910 54 10 56 129 10 56 129 2
7 10 3 2 1 25 1 -- 2 2 -- 2 2 3
455 510 118 102 14 884 34 11 117 1.32 11 117 132 4
257 329 92 66 25 565 26 14 50 69 14 50 69 5
499 408 184 148 36 2,311 121 28 193 188 28 19:3 188 6

212 140 92 74 18 747 37 11 82 68 11 82 68 7
365 385 158 130 28 2, 113 123 27 139 184 27 139 184 8
184 383 101 87 14 652 32 4 19 98 4 19 98 9
82 62 14 9 5 137 1 2 11 12 2 11 12 10
12 14 7 5 2 60-------- ----------6 4 ---- 6 4 11

277 228 53 33 20 639 18 6 37 54 6 37 54 12

461 951 554 407 146 2, 569 02 57 182 302 57 182 302 13
153 446 349 172 175 1, 185 51 12 41 94 12 41 94 14
145 131 24 19 4 194 10 4 42 38 4 42 38 15
76 46 13 10 3 119 5 1 6 7 1 6 7 16
174 226 83 65 18 543 19 5 27 44 5 27 44 17
112 79 38 20 18 339 2 4 12 25 4 12 25 18

111. 100 13 10 3 206 6 2 9 8 2 9 8 19
166 89 24 21 3 325 12 2 16 13 2 16 13 20
295 356 55 47 6 336 10 4 26 34 4 26 34 21
227 308 115 59 54 666 35 13 24 53 13 24 53 22
69 72 16 12 3 181 3 1 9 17 1 9 17 23
120 82 28 19 9 272 6 4 23 17 4 23 17 24

214 176 36 30 6 473 14 5 29 29 5 29 29 25
197 355 98 80 17 789 27 6 44 91 6 44 91 26
147 148 18 10 7 229 5 3 14 7 3 14 7 27
154 210 95 79 16 431 17 9 18 45 9 18 45 28
340 313 69 52 17 501 21 3 40 54 3 40 54 29
19 40 6 5 1 99 6 ---- 3 10 ---- 3 10 30

138 155 24 22 2 161 2 2 4 7 2 4 7 31
55 61 18 18 ---- 109 6 5 20 2:3 5 20 23 32
31 34 16 15 1 107 2 3 2 it 3 2 1t 33
126 146 68 5 5 13 419 10 5 22 4:3 5 22 43 34
198 263 38 25 13 367 14 1 39 40 1 39 40 35
197 190 31 26 5 317 8 5 25 25 5 25 25 36






56

TABLE 7.-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Sons and daughters


Training status at end of July 1976 ,Training

In training Terminated During July 1976 Traaisi
date,
item Regioital office_________ ___ _______________No.
Not
lead- Ening title- Orig- Ter- OrigTotal College to a Total ment inal Reen- mina- final
stand- ex- en- trances tions enard hausted trances trances
college
degree


37 New York: New York ------- 229 206 22 5, 420 591 47 256' 270 47
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem-. 745 665 74 4, 897 632 78 294 465 78
39 North Dakota: Fargo -------------34 28 1 6.56 92 7 36 41 7
40 Ohio:OCleveland -----------------454 397 50 4,669 583 28 266 289 28
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------535 455 75 3, 728 566 82 345 429 82
42 Oregon: Portland ----------------234 222 11 2, 068 263 18 60 96 18

43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia--- 224 175 47 3, 838 408 36 140 167 36
44 Pittsburgh ---------146 91 53 2,225 183 29 148 141 29
45 Philippines: Manila --------------856 773 83 9, 875 1, 066 59 625 83 59
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan -----------285 197 87 3, 864 802 22 750 53.5 22
47 Rhode Island: Providence ---- 78 62 15 1, 355 94 14 99 92 14
48 South Carolina: Columbia --------351 286 58 2, 300 329 43 175 178 43

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls ---- 41 37 3 536 66 7 54 58 7
50 Tennessee: Nashville -------------500 437 60 3, 282 479 37 146 251 37
51 Texas: Houston -----------------645 621 17 4,617 645 47 312 506 47
52 Waco ---------------- 1,398 1,283 105 9,462 1,243 163 665 1,282 163
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ------------166 162 4 1,474 209 13 65 118 13
54 "Vermont: White River Junction- 22 21 ---- 444 37 11 19 24 11

55 Virginia: Roinoke ---------------451 409 29 3, 960 482 66 267 382 66
56 Washington: Seattle -------------469 435 32 4, 697 430 60 109 297 60
57 West Virginia: Huntington --- 95 75 17 1,385 182 25 94 146 25
58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ------------150 134 13 2, 890 368 39 185 152 39
59 Wyoming: Cheyenne --------------15 12 2 270 44 5 31 28 5






57

FOR DEPENDENTS.-Continued

Wives aiid widows

activity Training status at end of July 1976 Training activity


tional quarter to In training Terminated During July 1976 Transitional quarter to
July 1976 date, July 1976
____ __ _ ___ ____ ___ __ __ ___ ___ ___ __ __ __ ___ Item
No.
Not
lead- EnTermi- ing title- Orig- Ter- Orig- TerReen- na- Total College to a Total merit inal Reen- mina- inal Reen- ininatrances tions stand- ex- en- trances tions en- trances tions
ard hausted trances trances
college
degree


256 270 73 62 11 679 18 11 44 71 11 44 71 37
294 465 241 165 71 992 32 14 44 99 14 44 99 38
36 41 8 5 3 63 2 2 4 5 2 4 5 39
266 289 104 83 21 679 20 8 28 156 8 28 56 40
345 429 158 140 17 764 40 9 60 74 9 60 74 41
60 96 65 55 9 369 12 12 21 24 12 21 24 42

140 167 42 25 17 361 5 1 13 26 1 13 26 43
148 144 25 14 11 234 -5 2 15 20 2 15 20 44
625 83 69 23 46 1,999 31 3 28 16 3 28 16 45
740 .535 203 49 154 763 61 15 75 81 15 75 81 46
99 92 27 22 5 152 2 2 15 19 2 15 19 47
175 178 162 97 65 461 11 3 41 50 3 41 50 48

54 58 6 5 1 81 4 ---- 4 3 ---- 4 3 49
146 251 123 83 40 581 26 8 23 38 8 23 38 50
312 506 202 170 32 1,098 40 16 79 141 16 79 141 51
665 1, 282 426 345 79 2, 088 74 44 157 344 44 1.57 344 52
615 118 35 33 2 190 3 2 8 24 2 8 24 53
19 24 4 3 1 38 1 1 1 3 1 1 3 54

267 382 134 102 32 685 18 10 39 85 10 39 83 55
109 297 177 127 50 932 31 14 28 96 14 28 96 56
94 146 30 21 9 187 9 2 11 31 2 11 31 57
118 5 152 16 14 2 272 11 3 14 18 3 14 18 58
31 28 1 -- 1 37 -- 1 4 1 1 4 1 59






58

TABLE 8,VOCATIONAL

Training status at end of

Itern In training
No. Regional office

Not leading On-job On-farm
Total College to a standard training training
college degree

1 Total --------------------------- 112,447 8,889 2,692 551 118
2 Alabama: Montgomery ----------------- 560 272 252 11 25
3 Alaska: Juneau ------------------------ 4 3 1 ------------ -----------4 Arizona: Phoenix ----------------------- 151 105 45 1 -----------5 Arkansas: Little 1.56 76 44 10 26
6 California: Los Angeles ----------------- 174 143 21 10 -----------7 San 165 115 26 24 -----------8 San Francisco ---------------- 233 172 40 20 1
9 Colorado: Denver ---------------------- 566 383 167 15 1
10 Connecticut: 56 40 12 4 ------------11 Delaware: Wilmington------------------ 21 19 1 1
12 District of Columbia: Washington -------- 243 158 72 13 -----------13 Florida: St. Petersburg------------------ 536 464 56 14 2
14 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------------- 412 279 124 9 -----------15 Hawaii: 66 35 12 19 ----------16 Idaho: Boise --------------------------- 38 26 5 7 ----------17 Illinois: Chicago ----------------------- 177 ill 50 16
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------- 372 291 66 15 -----------19 Iowa: Des 130 90 30 9 1
20 Kansas: Wichita ----------------------- 143 109 32 2 -----------21 Kentucky: Louisville ------------------- 139 117 6 14 2
22 Louisiana: New 108 69 37 2 -----------23 Maine: Togus -------------------------- 25 21 1 3 ----------24 Maryland: Baltimore ------------------- 87 57 27 3 -----------25 Massachusetts: Boston ------------------ 236 136 76 24 -----------26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------------- 419 346 64 9 -----------27 Minnesota: St. Paul -------------------- 181 85 76 20 -----------28 Mississippi: Jackson -------------------- 128 72 30 6 20
29 Missouri: St. Louis --------------------- 273 217 41 5 10
30 Montana: Fort Harrison ---------------- 21 19 2 ------------ -----------31 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------------- 119 94 16 8 1
32 Nevada: Reno ------------------------- 48 44 2 2 -----------33 New Hampshire: Manchester ------------ 91 69 6 15 1
34 New Jersey: Newark ------------------- 203 152 45 6
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque -------------- 98 90 8 ------------ -----------36 New York: Buffalo --------------------- 262 233 10 19







59

REHABILITATION

July 1976 Training activity

Terminated During July 1976 Transitional quarter to date, July 1976 Item
____ ___ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ _ ___ __ ___ ___ No.

Rehabili- Original Re- Termina- Original Re- TerminaTotal tated entrances entrances tions entrances entrances tions



101, 588 40, 558 2, 258 3, 649 5, 592 2, 25 8 3, 649 5, 592 1
2,997 1,502 58 63 145 58 63 145 2
80 19 1 2 2 1 2 2 3
1,542 531 21 79 48 21 79 48 4
1,314 547 39 28 36 39 28 36i 5
3,831 1,479 34 139 280 34 139 2801 6

1,014 360 65 80 203 65 80 2031 7
2, 913 669 37 83 198 37 83 198i 8
2,404 883 70 157 229 70 157 2291 9
833 242 21 48 50 21 48 50' 10
202 53 7 22 11 7 22 11 11
2,103 466 56 202 244 56 202 244 12

3,983 1,746 95 60 244 95 60 244! 13
2,491 820 55 56 113 55 56 113i 14
108 1 15 24 28 15 24 28: 15
446 181 7 12 18 7 12 18 16
2,375 686 30 62 93 30 62 93i 17
1,412 372 35 131 106 35 131 106 18

850 279 16 47 50 16 47 50': 19
1,004 339 26 21 51 26 21 51i 20
1,022 242 46 32 37 46 32 37 21
1,323 546 28 8 33 28 8 33~ 22
483 114 2 16 11 2 16 11~ 23
639 177 24 47 45 24 47 45 24

2,233 659 54 157 169 54 1,57 169 25
3, 134 638 87 137 300 87 137 300 26
5,363 3,402 24 52 151 24 52 151 27
997 518 20 7 29 20 7 29' 28
1,747 696 39 121 117 39 121 117 29
297 118 2 7 44 2 7 44 30

853 335 15 54 25 15 54 253 31
257 16 16 28 11 16 28 Il1 32
539 179 16 18 26 16 18 26) 33
1,799 194 31 136 108 31 136 108 34
908 333 34 11 35 34 11 35 35
1,711 261 54 196 82 54 196 82 36







60r

TABLE 8.,-VOCATIONALi

Training status at end of

item In training
No. Regional office
Not leading On-job On-farm
Total College to a standard training training
college degree

37 New York: New York ------------------ 330 175 150 5 -----------38 North Carolina: Wiaston-Salem. ---------- 306 248 53 4 1
39 North Dakota: Fargo ------------------- 57 35 12 4 6
40 Ohio: Cleveland ------------------------ 808 683 112 12 1
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------------- 332 206 94 25 7
42 Oregon: Portland ----------------------- 353 296 46 11 -----------43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia -------------- 291 165 96 30
44 Pittsburgh- 115 48 60 7 -----------45 Philippine Islands:
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan ------------------ 143 107 34 2
47 Rhode Island: Providence --------------- 137 90 43 4 -----------48 South Carolina: Columbia --------------- 126 86 37 3 -----------49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls -------------- 94 87 4 3 -----------50 Tennessee: Nashville ------------------- 190 157 25 4 4
51 Texas: Houston ------------------------ 435 327 93 15 -----------52 Waco -------------------------- 813 577 200 33 3
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ------------------- 131 122 6 3 -----------54 Vermont: White River Junction ---------- 56 55 1 -----------55 Virginia: 219 172 32 11 4
56 Washington: Seattle -------------------- 356 295 45 15 1
57 West Virginia: Huntington -------------- 130 101 16 13 -----------58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee------------------ 183 145 31 7 -----------59 Wyoming: Cheyenne ------------------- 4 3 1
1 1 1 1
I Total includes 197 cases where type of training is unknown







61

REHABILITATION-Continued

July 1976 Training activity

Terminated During July 1976 Transitional quarter to date, July 1976 Item
____ ___ ____ __ ___ __ ___ ____ _- ___ __- ___ ___ No.

Rehabili- Original Re- Termina- Original Re- TerminaTotal tated entrances entrances tions entrances ent rance" tions



-3, 6355 1,244 6 5 184 140 651 184 140 37
1,692 595 51 40) 41 51 40 41 38
455 206 11 18 37 11 18 37 39
8,783 3,887 130 203 481 130 203 481 40
2, 037 1,000 63 29 91 63 29 91 41
1, 437 437 46 52 202 46 52 202 42

2,654 1,077 61 104 108 61 104 108 43
2,313 1,281 25 45 38 25 45 38 44
28 25-------------------------------------45
1,064 457 10 14 31 10 14 :31 46
539 141 41 94 71 41 94 71 47
988 423 28 21 26 28 21 26 48

510 215 12 6 29 12 6 29 49
1,550 513 31 47 98 31 47 98 50
1, 934 1, 073 61 51 108 61 51 108 51
10, 757 6, 383 197 123 264 197 123 2614 52
690 83 26 21 54 26 21 54 53
205 46 6 16 12 6 16 12 54

323 37 77 63 86 77 63 86 55
3,024 1,328 57 51 218 57 51 218 56
507 182 28 40 29 28 40 29 57
1,026 268 49 80 51 49 80 51 58
170 54 3 4 5 3 4 5 59







62

TABLE 9.-DISABILITY AND DEATHRunning awards-DisabilityEnd of July 1976

Item Regional office
No. Compensation Pension Total Total beneficiaries
total cases
Total Vietnam Total Widows Children
era


1 2,233,468 461,161 1,007,555 367,017 484,424 261,713 104,487

2 Alabama: Montgomery --------- 38,001 7,741 20,807 8,264 11,477 4,310 2,517
3 Alaska: Juneau ---------------- 2,565 905 335 160 289 99 151
4 Arizona: Phoenix --------------- 25,587 6,840 9,604 4,129 5,544 2,905 1,463
5 Arkansas: Little Rock---------- 24,220 4,738 20,557 5,548 7,271 2,856 1,296
6 California: Los Angeles --------- 101,711 17,669 37,995 15,194 19,222 10,366 4,029

7 San Diego ----------- 15,236 5,983 8,310 5,294 7,352 4,536 2,097
8 San Francisco -------- 78,802 19,019 28,482 12,456 16,551 8,775 4,204
9 Colorado: Denver- 28,570 7,512 7,988 4,613 6,475 3,068 1,892
10 Connecticut: Hartford ---------- 31,154 4,814 8,143 2,983 3,666 1,881 698
11 Delaware: Wilmington ---------- 5,589 1,438 1,849 678 995 443 352
12 District of Columbia: Wash. I -_ - 44,780 10,724 12,622 13,885 18,359 10,971 4,353

13 Florida: St. Petersburg --------- 100,690 25,607 48,140 17,751 23,641 12,672 5,752
14 Georgia: Atlanta --------------- 47,488 13,399 28,079 10,761 15,198 6,567 3,776
15 Hawaii: Honolulu-------------- 7,495 2,667 1,165 1,325 2,141 794 747
16 Idaho: Boise ------------------- 7,831 1,548 4,134 1,007 1,322 501 345
17 Illinois: Chicago ---------------- 82,963 13,500 37,941 10,428 13,071 5,477 2,583
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ----------- 40,369 8,507 20,433 6,218 7,956 3,256 1,812

19 Iowa: Des Moines -------------- 23,657 4,285 14,579 3,658 4,544 1,792 831
20 Kansas: Wichita --------------- 20,958 3,813 12,037 4,157 5,630 2,052 1,307
21 Kentucky: Louisville ----------- 33,416 5,957 25,490 7,281 9,866 3,457 1,938
22 Louisana: New Orleans --------- 32,882 6,329 23,852 6,760 9,320 3,644 2,004
23 Maine: Togus ------------------ 12,099 2,702 7,803 2,066 2,797 1,095 642
24 Maryland: Baltimore ----------- 23,092 4,685 10,298 3,969 5,324 2,677 11401

25 Massachusetts: Boston---------- 95,866 13,436 19,370 8,955 11,107 5,930 2,128
26 Michigan: Detroit -------------- 86,812 18,002 27,273 9,032 11,883 4,905 2,915
27 Minnesota: St. Paul------------ 40,228 7,414 18,044 4,812 6,006 2,501 1,101
28 Mississippi: Jackson ------------ 22,296 4,502 20,223 5,621 7,540 3,023 1,346
29 Missouri: St. Louis ------------- 44,704 8,449 29,211 7,809 10,128 4,053 1,998
30 Montana: Fort Harrison -------- 7,704 1,626 3,944 913 1,169 461 295

31 Nebraska: Lincoln-------------- 14,026 2,723 7,806 2,274 3,024 1,186 704
32 Nevada: Reno ----------------- 7,272 1,780 2,511 762 1,074 549 360
33 New Hampshire: Manchester- - 10,003 2,807 4,188 1,364 1,851 868 497
34 New Jersey: Newark ------------ 79,743 11,863 21,462 7,487 9,609 4,716 2,030
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque ------ 15,718 4,083 6,523 2,484 3,477 1,433 870
36 New York: Buffalo ------------- 53,576 9,227 19,530 5,819 7,309 3,241 1,414
Footnote at end of bable.






63

COMPENSATION AND PENSION

Running awards-I)eath--End of July 1976


Compen ,'ltion Pension
No.
Vietnam era beneficiaries Total ben('ficiaries
Vietnam Total
era caSes
Parents cases Total Widows Children Parents Total Widows Children



163,224 57,597 116,516 32,829 61,434 22,253 1, 251,807 1, 692, 476 972, 961 719, 515 1

4, 650 1,568 3, 180 813 1, 538 829 27, 587 37, 551 22, 154 15, 397 2
39 91 191 53 117 21 514 937 175 762 3
1, 176 808 1, 654 502 915 237 9, 193 13, 323 6, 4S8 6, 835 4
3, 110 820 1, C37 378 768 491 18, 131 23, 041 15, 492 7, 549 5
4, 827 2, 277 4, 481 1,461 2, 406 614 46, 213 60, 629 34, S37 25, 792 6

719 1, 194 2,597 904 1,462 231 7, 169 9, 736 5, 1791 4,557 7
3, 572 2, 524 5, 071 1, 678 2, 754 639 32, 518 43, 474 23, 414 20, 060 8
1, 515 1, 070 2, 282 707 1, 295 280 10, 077 13, 958 7, 078 6, 880 9
1,087 303 580 168 328 84 12,470 17,341 8, 930 8,411 10
200 184 408 119 250 39 2, 750 4, 027 1, 938 2, 089 11
3, 035 2, 429 5, 061 1,817 2, 625 619 43, 198 49, 313 37, 696 11,617 12

5, 217 3, 253 6, 530 2, 093 3, 490 947 45, 806 59, 525 36, 514 2, 301 13
4, 855 2, 435 5, 122 1, 508 2, 561 1, 053 30, 426 40, 939 23, 863 17, 076 14
600 425 1, 005 284 5C1 160 1, 981 3, 332 1, 065 2, 267 15
476 161 342 86 217 39 3, 752 5, 124 2, 698 2, 426 16
5, 011 1,445 2, 713 699 1, 459 555 56, 871 78, 494 41, 73S 36, 756 17
2, 888 917 1,780 426 1, 065 289 28, 064 38, 359 21, 486G 16, 873 18

1,921 393 741 176 435 133 16, 652 21, 979 12, 769 9,210 19
2,271 666 1,466 352 896 218 14, 118 18,470 10, 879 7,591 20
4,471 1, 174 2,418 547 1, 164 707 25, 072 34, 326 20, 409 13, 917 21
3, 672 1, 210 2, 458 576 1, 146 736 28, 092 39, 468 22, 776 16, 692 22
1,060 350 744 186 410 148 7, 491 10, 132 6, 048 4, 084 23
1, 246 774 1, 558 479 872 207 16, 138 21, 977 12, 541 9, 436 21

3, 049 782 1, 541 470 864 207 32, 212 43, 933 25, 156 18, 777 25
4, 063 1,303 2, 465 611 1,384 470 44, 517 63, 551 32, 703 30,84S 26
2, 404 556 1, 069 241 561 267 20, 773 28, S78 15, 349 13, 529 27
3, 171 814 1, 683 413 735 535 18, 652 25, 622 15, 446 10, 176 28
4, 077 1, 125 2, 216 557 1, 145 514 33, 37S 43, 834 26, ;S7 17, 147 29
413 153 305 65 184 56 3, 928 5, 743 2, 640 3, 103 30

1, 134 350 729 199 410 120 8, 129 11, 106 5, 899 5, 207 31
165 207 409 132 246 31 2, 5IS 3, 587 1, 598 1, 9S9 32
486 222 470 138 277 55 4, 746 6, 441 3, 649 2, 792 83
2, 863 947 1, 879 604 1,004 271 38, 102 52, 1S4 28, 548 23, 636 34
1, 174 466 972 256 510 206 5, 566 8 646 4, 060 4, 586 35
2, 654 628 1, 230 289 663 278 27, 246 38, 529 20, 318 18, 181 36






%64r

TABLE 9.-DISABILITY AND DEATHRunning awards-Disability- Running awards-End of .July 1976 Cme

Itemn Regional office
No. Compensation Pnin TtlTotal bene

total cases
Total Vietnam Total Widows Children
era


37 New York: New York ------------150, 105 24, 234 47, 496 14, 813 18, 155 9, 179 3, 038
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem- 47, 778 12, 170 30, 913 10, 261 14, 776 5, 545 3, 887 39 North Dakota: Fargo --------------9, 204 1, 717 4, 988 1, 101 1, 409 420 291
40 Ohio: Cleveland ------------------110, 478 20, 179 42, 168 1 2, 361 15, 939 6, 860 3, 510
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee -------------34, 204 8, 339 21, 609 6, 792 9,186 3, 461 1,955
42 Oreogon: Portland ----------------23, 661 5, 775 15, 555 3, 283 4, 262 1, 900 1, 029

43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia --------87, 293 13, 339 32, 391 11, 078 13, 764 6, 344 2, 530 44 Pittsburgh----------51,282 7,621 21,115 6,978 8,690 3,519 1,527
45 Philippines: Manila ---------------11,887 255 3,348 22, 136 27, 289 11, 164 1,462
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan ------------18, 339 6, 750 12, 506 1, 995 3, 338 1, 024 658
47 Rhode Island: Providence ---------22, 601 4, 104 7, 151 2, 683 3, 440 1, 669 733
48 South Carolina: Columbia ---------22, 467 6, 701 13, 117 5, 617 8, 096 3, 299 2, 162

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls ---- 6, 724 1, 616 4, 922 951 1, 214 420 248
50 Tennessee: Nashville --------------37, 388 7, 792 29, 386 8, 253 11, 022 4, 051 2,)147
51 Texas: Houston 2------------------------------ 50, 606 12, 505 23, 941 10, 247 14, 099 6, 426 3,430
52 Waco-------------------- 80,580 22,281 42,525 15,927 21,679 9,322 5,175
53 Utah: Salt Lake City -------------10, 770 2, 487 3, 108 1, 311 1, 761 716 553
54 Vermont: White River Junction-- 4, 757 892 2, 421 804 1, 042 502 234

55 Virginnia: Roanoke ---------------38, 576 11, 478 21, 620 8, 275 11, 563 5, 182 3, 082
56 Washington: Seattle --------------41, 992 11, 330 15, 725 6, 386 8, 750 4,155 2, 541
57 West Virginnia: Huntington- 19, 275 3,469 14, 425 4,036 5,286 1,661 955
58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee------------42, 740 9,030 21, 710 5,378 6,918 2,602 1,347
59 Wyoming: Cheyenne --------------3, 658 803 1, 787 434 558 223 145

IIncludes all Spanish-American, Indian and Civil War cases, Retired Reserve and Retired Emergency officers, payees by Special Act, and beneficiaries residing in foreign countries, except: (2).
2 In the event a payee resides in the country of Mexico, the claim folder is in the custody of the VA Regional Office, Houston, Tex.






65

COMPENSATION AND PENSION-Continued

Death-End of July 1976

station Pension
Item
No.
ficiaries Vietnam era beneficiaries Total beneficiaries
Vietnam Total
era cases
Parents cases Total Widows Children Parents Total Widows Children


5,938 1,400 2,631 723 1,277 631 73,328 97,770 56,573 41, 197 37
5,344 2,439 5,196 1,361 2,741 1,094 35,493 47,240 28,218 19,022 38
698 154 292 54 154 84 4,845 7,006 3,480 3,526 39
5,569 1,920 3,671 969 1,977 725 60,506 84,409 45,406 39,003 40
3,770 1,180 2,360 621 1,220 519 20,089 25,408 16,609 8,799 41
1,333 528 1,022 284 591 147 13,472 17,502 10, 351 7, 151 42

4,890 1,270 2,413 691 1,296 426 49,901 76,444 39,769 27,675 43
3,644 738 1,419 327 7 5 9 333 34, 157 47, 379 27,255 20,124 44
14,663 217 576 127 235 214 4,389 6,626 4,143 2,483 45
1,656 573 1,175 182 291 702 7, 529 11,997 6,605 5,392 46
1,038 339 730 214 427 89 10,778 14,2-52 8,736 5,516 47
2,635 1,356 2,912 825 1,528 559 20,012 27,208 16,135 11,073 48

546 144 269 48 141 80 4,470 6,214 3,398 2,816 49
4,824 1,419 2,803 702 1,351 750 29,775 39,045 24,500 14,545 50
4,243 2,176 4,399 1,252 2,195 952 28,873 40,593 22,521 18,072 51
7, 182 3,039 6, 153 1,783 3,302 1,068 41,484 53,932 33,360 20,572 52
492 245 499 127 319 53 4,447 6,486 2,944 3,542 53
306 105 215 60 118 37 2,715 3,660 2, 119 1,541 54

3,299 1,831 3,761 1,180 2,034 547 24,593 32,930 19,690 13,240 55
2,054 1,265 2,659 801 1,572 286 16,753 22, 117 12,416 9,701 56
2,670 566 1,095 218 504 373 14,334 19,516 11,496 8,020 57
2,969 573 1, 100 248 584 268 24,021 33,721 17,723 16,001 58
190 96 176 45 101 30 1,793 2,509 1,264 1,245 59






VU

TABLE 10o--GUARANTEEDt INSURED

Guaranteed or insured loans during July 1976 Direct

Item Applications
No. Regional office Appraisal Appli- Commit- De- Proper- Proper- received
requests cations ments f aults ties ae- ties on - received received issued reported quired hand Current 1 year

month ago


I Total ---------------------- 54,641 31,098 23,733 7,044 1,394 11,379 404 558

2 Alabama: Montgomery ------------ 1,356 543 524 63 15 56 4 10
3 Arizona: Phoenix ----------------- 2,843 856 634 133 67 759
4 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------- 470 125 37 20 8 60 19 29
5 California: Los Angeles ------------ 6,924 3,554 2,589 1,203- 177 1,109
6 San Francisco ---------- 3,424 1,689 1,395 395 20 140

7 Colorado: Denver ---------------- 2,473 1,639 1,223 212 66 272 14 13
8 Connecticut: Hartford ------------ 166 156 112 4 7 22 -------- -------9 District of Columbia: Washington - 2,724 1,177 835 116 5 17 -------- 1
10 Florida: St. Petersburg ------------ 3,479 1,675 1,353 361 55 626 6 4
11 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------- 1,718 780 509 328 121 979 10 12
12 Hawaii: Honolulu ---------------- 170 81 70 -------- -------- -------- -------- -------13 Idaho: Boise --------------------- 316 192 188 12 2 7 75 79
14 Illinois: Chicago ------------------ 1,194 729 638 127 41 419 19 19
15 Indiana: Indianapolis------------- 1,150 799 661 201 61 382 6 16
16 Iowa: Des Moines ---------------- 332 247 236 65 3 28 3 2
17 Kansas: Wichita ------------------ 465 388 344 61 8 112 1
18 Kentucky: Louisville -------------- 355 214 163 39 7 29 33 35

19 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------- 999 629 381 62 16 159 2 4
20 Maine: Togus -------------------- 297 216 118 30 5 57 8 15
21 Maryland: Baltimore ------------- 571 354 242 28 -------- 8 -------- -------22 Massachusetts: Boston ------------ 459 347 123 130 20 54
23 Michigan: Detroit ---------------- 657 516 345 143 47 957 -------- -------24 Minnesota: St. Paul -------------- 1,498 861 423 204 13 78 52 70

25 Mississippi: Jackson -------------- 742 377 293 107 28 318
26 Missouri: St. Louis --------------- 638 507 346 138 17 195 4 12
27 Montana: Fort Harrison ----------- 144 139 84 15 -------- -------- 35 30
28 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------- 368 316 284 38 5 47 5 4
29 New Hampshire: Manchester ------ 124 103 50 23 2 7 1 11
30 New Jersey: Newark -------------- 997 469 402 157 25 414 ---------------31 New 'L\Iexico: Albuquerque --------- 320 144 131 18 1 6 -------- -------32 New York: Buffalo --------------- 259 165 136 46 4 42 -------- -------33 New York ------------ 828 572 395 384 57 445 2 9
34 North Carolina: Winston-Salem ---- 1,531 772 553 134 7 328
35 Ohio: Cleveland------------------ 2,001 1,632 1,255 446 167 1,015 5 10
36 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------- 544 409 317 76 20 133 9 25







67

AND DIRECT LOANS

loans during July 1976

Loans closed Loans pending Defaults reported Properties acquired Properties on hand Item
No.

Current I year Current I year Current I year Current I year Current 1 year
month ago month ago 111011th ago month ago 111011th ago


164 243 1,369 1,692 1,989 2,010 13 17 71 87 1

-------------------- 9 11 54 53 ---------- ------------------ --------- 2
-------------------- 7 5 12 15 ---------- --------- --------- --------- 3
9 16 81 ill 79 81 ---------- --------- 2 3 4
---------------------------------------- 9 14 ---------- 1 2 3 11")
-------------------- ---------- ---------- 15 5 ---------- --------- --------- --------- 6

11 10 45 61 43 20 ---------- --------- --------- 1 7
---------- ---------- -------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------- --------- --------- 8
---------- ---------- -------------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------- --------- --------- 9
3 7 16 22 43 44 ---------- --------- --------- --------- 10
3 ---------- 12 16 75 99 1 --------- 2 --------- I I
---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- -------------------- ---------- --------- --------- --------- 12

49 45 204 168 97 69 1 3 5 4 13
4 1 88 110 54 65 ---------- 4 4 7 14
1 3 18 28 54 60 2 --------- 4 6 15
1 3 6 11 16 11 ---------- --------- ------------------- 16
-------------------- 2 1 24 29 ---------- I --------- 1 17
2 12 66 58 65 62 ---------------------------- 1 18

---------- ---------- 9 20 63 55 ---------- 2 6 11 19
4 9 28 39 41 47 2 --------- 9_ 3 20
---------- ---------- ---------- 2 10 19 --------------------------- --------- 21
-------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22
---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 57 54 2 --------- 10 13 23
27 30 248 298 146 172 ---------- 1 5 8 24

---------- ---------- 2 4 57 59 ---------- 1 --------- 1 25
---------- 7 18 32 65 75 1 --------- 3 2 26
10 24 95 67 33 49 ---------- --------- 1 --------- 27
---------- 1 15 21 13 20 ---------- --------- --------- --------- 28
2 9 12 69 3 ---------- 1 --------- 1 --------- 29
---------- ---------- 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------- --------- --------- 30

---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 8 13 ------------------- --------- 2 31
---------- ---------- ---------- 1 5 7 ------------------- ------------------ 32
1 ---------- 9 19 4 4 ------------------- ------------------ 33
---------- 1 3 4 98 110 ------------------- --------- 2 34
1 4 30 32 130 132 2 1 5 5 35
7 9 55 71 58 43 ------------------- ------------------ 36







68

TABLE 10,-GUARANTEED, INSURED

Guaranteed or insured loans during July 1976 Direct

Item Applications
No. Regional office Appraisal Appli- Commit- De- Proper- Proper- received
requests cations ments faults ties ac- ties on
received received issued reported quired hand Current I year

month ago

37 Oregon: Portland ----------------- 228 140 146 34 7 33 9
38 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia --------- 1,103 801 788 138 16 246 5 -------39 Pittsburgh ---------- 388 336 224 52 8 19 1 3
40 San 421 117 82 191 3 123 -------- -------41 South Carolina: Columbia --------- 816 589 470 123 29 159 -------- 2
42 Tennessee: Nashville -------------- 1,202 709 542 131 25 103 4 3

43 Texas: Houston ------------------ 2,448 1,648 1,400 352 116 846 6 10
44 Waco --------------------- 1,534 1P293 1,070 246 40 252 23 38
45 Utah: Salt Lake 769 346 320 48 1 1 G 13
46 Vermont: White River Junction ---- 5 9 9 -------- -------- 7 7 12
47 Virginia: Roanoke ---------------- 1,978 818 530 114 29 156 21 20
48 Washington: Seattle --------------- 883 737 624 74 9 76 -------- -------49 West Virginia: Huntington- - -- -- - 151 85 78 7 -------- 2 3 3
50 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ------------- 179 98 61 15 14 76 16 34






A ^
ov

AND DIRECT LOANS-Continued

loans during July 1976

Loans closed Loans pending Defaults reported Properties acquired Properties on hand Item
No.

Current 1 year Current I year Current 1 year Current I year Current 1 year month ago month ago month ago month ago month ago

1 7 10 28 14 15 ---------- --------- --------- ------- 1 37
5 2 37 37 17 12 ---------- -------- --------- 1 38
---------- ---------- 7 6 10 22 ---------- --------- I --------- 39
---------- ---------- 1 ---------- 27 23 ---------- --------- --------- --------- 40
---------- ---------- ---------- 3 66 50 ---------- 1 --------- 4 41
1 ---------- 7 11 36 45 ---------- --------- 1 --------- 42

2 6 is 23 27 30 ---------- --------- 3 3 43
8 8 54 95 39 41 ---------- --------- 2 --------- 44
5 9 34 57 112 90 ---------- 1 --------- 1 45
2 3 15 17 2 2 1 --------- 2 --------- 46
2 7 55 52 58 64 ---------- --------- 1 --------- 47
---------- ---------- ---------- 1 45 25 ---------- 1 --------- 1 48

1 ---------- 9 9 82 79 ---------- --------- --------- 3 49
2 10 42 72 23 18 ---------- --------- 2 50


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