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Veterans' Administration activities
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2d Session
94th CeonCgresst SENATE COMMITTEE PRINT NO. 61






VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES AUGUST 1976

S VA STATISTICS FOR AUGUST 1976 AND CUMULATIVE
TRANSITION QUARTER 1976 (JULY-AUGUST)



SUBMITTED BY THE

_-IlTi t' VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION
TO THE

COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS UNITED STATES SENATE VANcE. HARTH, Chairman 94th Congress
















Printed for the use of the Committee on Veterans' Affairs U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 78493 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, California ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont
RICHARD (DICK) STONE, Florida JOHN A. DURKIN, New Hampshire FRANK J. BRizzi, StaffDTreCor GuY H. MCMICHAEL III, General Counsel
(U)










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' Administration.
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' Aff airs 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.
















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CONTENTS


Page
FOREWORD ----------------------------------------------------------------HrALTH CARE:
Table 1. Medical care employment and patient admissions ------------------- 2
Table 2. Average daily inpatient census and outpatient medical visits --------- 18 DRUG DEPENDENCE 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 ----------------------------- 5 ()
Table 7. Educational assistance for dependents ----------------------------- 54
Table 8. Vocational rehabilitation ----------------------------------------- 58
COMPENSATION AND PROGRAM:
Table 9. Disability and death-compensation and pension ------------------- 62
LOAN GUARANTY:
Table 10. Guaranteed, insured, and direct loans ---------------------------- 66
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VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ACTIVITIES

AUGUST 1976



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2

TABLE 1,-MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT

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


1 All hospitals (total) -------- -------- 175,834 140,075 103,403 98,427 97,329 14,389

Alabama:
2 Birmingham ---------------- 10 1,144 988 1,159 1,142 1,142 ---------3 Montgomery ---------------- 10 452 341 304 291 291 ---------4 Tuscaloosa ----------------- 10 892 744 391 389 375 314
5 Tuskegee ------------------- 10 1,425 1,183 400 400 389 129

6 Total ---------------------------- 3,913 3,256 2,254 2,222 2,197 443

Alaska:
7 Juneau (RO) (total) --------- 28 18 ---------- 219 ---------- -------------------Arizona:
8 Phoenix -------------------- 25 860 607 556 527 527 107
9 Prescott -------------------- 25 448 356 324 323 309 3
10 Tucson --------------------- 25 846 611 688 678 677 50

11 Total ---------------------------- 2,154 1,574 1,568 1,528 1,513 160

Arkansas:
12 Fayetteville ---------------- 19 396 358 437 433 433 --------
13 Little Rock 3 --------------- 19 2,520 2,016 1,469 1,416 1,414 237

14 Total ---------------------------- 2,916 2,374 1,906 1,849 1,847 237

California:
15 Fresno --------------------- 27 525 438 471 467 467 54
16 Livermore ------------------ 27 424 374 281 279 279 27
17 Long Beach ---------------- 26 3,337 2,918 2, 157 2,043 2,027 260
18 Los Angeles (Wad.) ---------- 26 2,541 1,797 1,260 1,257 1,238 ---------19 Los Angeles (Brent.) --------- 26 1,027 919 348 339 339 306
20 Los Angeles (OPQ ---------- 26 339 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------21 Martinez ------------------- 27 1,021 848 576 572 572 96
22 Palo Alto I ----------------- 27 2,357 1,952 999 984 984 431
23 San Diego ------------------ 26 1,776 1,375 1,356 1,313 1,301 106
24 San Francisco --------------- 27 1,223 648 883 676 676 26
25 Sepulveda ------------------ 26 1,674 1,402 852 838 833 189

26 Total ---------------------------- 16,244 12,661 9,183 8,768 8,716 1,495

Footnotes at end of table,





3

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS

during August 19761

Administration Non-VA J
Item
bed section Hospital Nursing No.
Nurs- care State
ing Dorni- Total domibed ciliary non-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other State ComI unity

28,629 54,311 330 768 4,976 482 2,584 360 1,075 475 1


621 521 -------- -------- 17 ---------- ---------- ---------- 17 ---------- 2
81 210 -------- -------- 13 ---------- 13 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3
61 41 -------- 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 ---------- 4
110 150 11 -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------------------- 5

812 942 25 -------- 32 ---------- 13 -------- 19 ---------- 6


----------- ---------- -------- -------- 219 ---------- 217 ---------- 2 ---------- 7


139 281 -------- -------- 29 ---------- 15 ---------- 14 ---------- 8
89 217 14 1 ---------- ---------- ---------- 1 ---------- 9
196 431 -------- 1 10 ---------- ---------- ---------- 10 ---------- 10

424 929 -------- 15 40 15 ---------- 25 ---------- 11


151 282 -------- -------- 4 ---------- ---------- ---------- 4 ---------- 12
602 575 2 -------- 53 ---------- 33 20 ---------- 13

753 857 2 -------- 57 ---------- 33 24 ---------- 14


171 242 -------- -------- 4 ---------- ---------- ---------- 4 15
95 157 -------- -------- 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 ---------- I G
439 1,328 16 -------- 114 64 ---------- i 50 ---------- 17
420 818 -------- 19 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 18
----------- 33 -------- -------- 9 ---------- ---------- ---------- 9- ---------- 19
----------- ---------- -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------- ---------- 20
204 272 -------- -------- 4 ---------- ---------- ---------- 4 ---------- 21
200 353 -------- -------- 15 ---------- ---------- ---------- 15 ---------- 22
465 730 12 -------- 55 ---------- 41 ---------- 14 ---------- 23
337 313 -------- -------- 202 75 5 60 ---------- 62 24
170 474 5 -------- 14 ---------- ---------- ---------- 14 ---------- 25

2,501 4,720 33 19 422 75 110 60 115 62 26





4

TABLE 1,-MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT

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


Colorado:
27 Denver -------------------- 24 1,133 879 1,099 1,046 1,046 146
28 Fort Lyon ------------------ 24 685 622 118 118 117 116
29 Grand Junction ------------- 24 247 177 165 162 162 ---------30 Total -------------------- -------- 2,065 1,678 1,382 1,326 1,325 262

Connecticut:
31 Newington ----------------- 3 534 405 467 278 278 19
32 West Haven ---------------- 3 1,371 1,169 837 834 832 81

33 Total -------------------- -------- 1,905 1,574 1,304 1,112 1,110 100

Delaware:
34 Wilmington (total) ---------- 4 565 486 380 352 352 ---------District of Columbia:
35 Washington (total) ---------- 6 1,692 1,318 1,505 1,393 1,393 120

Florida:
36 Bay Pines ------------------ 12 1,542 919 783 549 523 71
37 Gainesville ----------------- 12 1,056 856 971 956 956 78
38 Lake City ------------------ 12 598 506 485 482 479 ---------39 Miami ---------------------- 12 1,852 1,293 1,545 1,505 1,497 167
40 Tampa --------------------- 12 1,756 1,468 1,434 1,419 1,419 116

41 Total ---------------------------- 6,804 5,042 5,218 4,911 4,874 432

Georgia:
42 Atlanta -------------------- 9 1,244 943 1,164 1,117 1,117 128
43 Augusta 3 . . . . . . . . . 9 1,646 1,475 787 758 756 288
44 Dublin --------------------- 9 746 506 484 434 394 ---------45 Total -------------------- -------- 3,636 2,924 2,435 2,309 2,267 416

Hawaii:
46 Honolulu (110) (total) ------- 27 49 ---------- 192 ---------- ---------- ---------Idaho:
47 Boise (total) ---------------- 28 386 303 318 295 295 ---------Footnotes at end of table.







AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during August 19761

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



292 608 -------- -------- 53 ---------- 14 30 8 1 27
1 1 -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 28
50 112 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 29

342 721 1 56 ---------- 14 30 11 1 30


102 157 -------- -------- 189 75 10 21 3 80 31
253 498 2 -------- 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 32

355 655 2 -------- 192 75 10 21 6 80 33


154 198 -------- -------- 28 ---------- 1 7 20 ---------- 34


244 1,029 -------- -------- 112 ---------- 13 ---------- 16 83 35


193 259 10 16 234 ---------- 210 ---------- 24 ---------- 36
442 436 -------- -------- 15 ---------- ---------- ---------- 15 ---------- 37
132 347 3 -------- 3 ---------- I ---------- 2 ---------- 38
374 956 8 -------- 40 ---------- 25 ---------- 15 ---------- 39
384 919 -------- -------- 15 ---------- ---------- ---------- 15 40

1,525 2,917 21 16 307 ---------- 236 ---------- 71 41


393 596 -------- -------- 47 ---------- 35 ---------- 12 ---------- 42
227 241 2 -------- 29 ---------- 1 16 12 ---------- 43
80 314 3 37 50 ---------- ---------- 1 1 48 44

700 1,151 5 37 126 ---------- 36 17 25 48 45


----------- ---------- -------- -------- 192 ---------- 190 ---------- 2 46


132 1 3 23 ---------- 11 ---------- ---------- 12 47





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TABLE I,--MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT

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


Illinois:
48 Chicago (L.S.) -------------- 17 1,102 961 1,091 1,082 1,082 44
49 Chicago (W.S.) ------------- 17 1,496 978 863 811 811 188
50 Danville ------------------- 15 1,392 1,240 395 393 387 161
51 Hines ---------------------- 21 3,119 2,791 2,234 2,202 2,202 294
52 Marion -------------------- 17 379 318 394 374 374 ---------53 North Chicago -------------- 17 1,959 1,697 514 506 500 210

54 Total -------------------- -------- 9,447 7,985 5,491 5,368 5,356 897

Indiana:
55 Fort Wayne ---------------- 15 350 295 243 240 240 ---------56 Indianapolis 5 --------------- 15 1,387 1,141 1,081 1,057 1,055 96
57 Marion -------------------- 15 1,233 1,130 266 261 260 190

58 Total ---------------------------- 2,970 2,566 1,590 1,558 1,555 286

Iowa:
59 Des Moines ---------------- 23 806 645 528 489 489 ---------60 Iowa City ------------------ 23 841 704 992 894 894 65
61 Knoxville ------------------ 23 1,046 822 108 108 107 81

62 Total ---------------------------- 2,693 2,171 1,628 1,491 1,490 146

Kansas:
63 Leavenworth --------------- 22 1,073 781 661 658 545 204
64 Topeka -------------------- 22 1,278 1,096 440 433 432 167
65 Wichita -------------------- 22 467 332 384 374 374 ---------66 Total ---------------------------- 2,818 2,209 1,485 1,465 1,351 371

Kentucky:
67 Lexington 5 ----------------- 11 1,792 1,545 1,047 1,045 1,039 212
68 Louisville ------------------ 11 871 716 733 715 715 55

69 Total ---------------------------- 2,663 2,261 1,780 1,760 1,754 267

Louisiana:
70 Alexandria ----------------- 19 683 567 539 535 532 ---------71 New Orleans --------------- 19 1,340 1,085 1,018 982 982 66
72 Shreveport ----------------- 19 883 734 826 811 811 122
1 -1-
73 Total ---------------------------- 2,906 2,386 2,383 2,328 2,325 188

Maine: 1,029 875
74 Togus (total) --------------- 1 512 490 489 182
..... ... ..
Footnotes at end of table,





7

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during August 19761

Administration Non-VA
item
bed section Hospital Nursing No.
Nurs- care State
ing Domi- Total domibed ciliary non-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other State Community



283 755 -------- -------- 9 ---------- -------------------- 9 ---------- 48
287 336 -------- -------- 52 ---------- 26 ---------- 26 ---------- 49
74 152 6 -------- 2 ---------- -------------------- 2 ---------- 50
417 1,491 ---------------- 32 ------------------------------ 32 ---------- 51
125 249 ---------------- 20 ---------- 5 ---------- 15 ---------- 52
50 240 6 -------- 8 ---------- -------------------- 8 ---------- 53

1,236 3,223 12 -------- 123 ---------- 31 ---------- 92 ---------- 54


90 150 ---------------- 3 ---------- -------------------- 3 ---------- 55
309 650 2 -------- 24 ---------- 9 1 11 3 56
----------- 70 1 -------- 5 -------------------- ---------- 5 ---------- 57

399 870 3 -------- 32 ---------- 9 1 19 3 58


212 277 ---------------- 39 13 9 4 5 8 59
298 531 ---------------- 98 33 15 37 4 9 60
----------- 26 1 -------- -------------------- ---------------------------------------- 61

510 834 1 -------- 137 46 24 41 9 17 62


137 204 3 110 3 ---------- -------------------- 3 ---------- 63
85 180 1 -------- 7 ---------- -------------------- 7 ---------- 64
125 249 ---------------- 10 ---------- 1 4 4 1 65

347 633 4 110 20 ---------- 1 4 14 1 66


343 484 6 -------- 2 ---------- -------------------- 2 ---------- 67
309 351 -------- -------- 18 ---------- 9 ---------- 9 ---------- 68

652 835 6 -------- 20 ---------- 9 ---------- 11 ---------- 69


183 349 3 -------- 4 ---------- 1 ---------- 3 ---------- 70
341 575 ---------------- 36 ---------- 10 ---------- 18 8 71
281 408 ---------------- 15 ---------- 3 ---------- 12 ---------- 72

805 1,332 3 -------- 55 ---------- 14 ---------- 33 8 73


123 184 1 -------- 22 ---------- 19 ---------- 3 ---------- 74







TABLE 1.,-MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT

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


Maryland:
75 Baltimore- 6 757 556 623 610 610 16
76 Fort Howard --------------- 6 526 425 150 146 145 20
77 Perry Point ----------------- 6 1,215 1,056 187 184 181 101

78 Total --------------------- -------- 2,498 2,037 960 940 936 137

Massachusetts:
79 Bedford---------------- 1 1,292 968 213 210 207 118
80 Boston 1 1,604 1,415 1,172 1,140 1,140 56
81 Boston (OPQ -------------- 1 424 ---------- 220 ---------- ---------- ---------82 Brockton------------------- 1 1,295 1,085 211 208 204 164
83 Northampton ---------------- 1 945 814 169 169 169 141
84 West Roxbury -------------- 1 706 628 286 286 286 ---------85 Total --------------------- -------- 6,266 4,910 2,271 2,013 2,006 479

Michigan:
86 Allen Park ----------------- 14 1,515 1,078 910 848 848 150
87 Ann Arobor ---------------- 14 789 700 1,170 1,168 1,168 79
88 Battle Creek ---------------- 14 1,427 1,075 391 388 378 330
89 Iron Mountain-------------- 16 395 315 283 272 270 ---------90 Saginaw -------------------- 14 379 337 277 286 286 ---------91 Total -------------------- -------- 4,502 3,505 3,041 2,962 2,950 559

Minnesota:
92 Minneapolis ---------------- 18 2,113 1,692 1,739 1,666 1,666 101
93 St. 18 1,050 930 137 133 132 109

94 Total -------------------- -------- 3,163 2,622 1,876 1,799 1,798 210

Mississippi:
95 Biloxi 3 ..................... 10 1,304 947 508 485 455 162
96 Jackson -------------------- 10 949 805 929 905 905 90

97 Total -------------------- -------- 2,253 1,752 1,437 1,390 1,360 252

Missouri:
98 Columbia------------------ 21 937 742 732 730 726 55
99 Kansas City ---------------- 22 1,046 915 768 756 756 73
100 Poplar Bluff ---------------- 21 357 255 385 382 373 ---------101 St. Louis 3 .................. 21 2,069 1,599 1,201 1,188 1,187 211

102 Total -------------------- -------- 4,409 3,511 3,086 3,056 3,042 339

Footnotes at end of table.





9

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during August 19761

Admini traction Non-VA
item
bed section Hospital Nursing No.
Nurs- care State
ing Domi- Total domibed ciliary non-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other State Community



230 364 -------- -------- 13 ---------- 5 ---------- 8 ---------- 75
125 1 -------- 4 ---------- ---------- ---------- 4 ---------- 76
----------- 80 3 -------- 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 77

230 569 4 -------- 20 ---------- 5 ---------- 15 ---------- 78


11 78 3 -------- 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 79
412 672 -- -- -7 -- -- 32 ---------- ---------- ---------- 13 19 80
----------- ---------- -------- -------- 220 180 24 16 ---------- ---------- 81
7 33 4 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 82
28 -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 83
102 184 -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 84

532 995 7 258 180 24 16 19 19 85


268 430 -------- -------- 62 ---------- 42 13 ---------- 7 86
377 712 -------- -------- 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 ---------- 87
48 10 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 88
78 192 2 -------- 11 ---------- 9 ---------- 2 89
125 161 -------- -------- 1 ---------- ---------- ---------- I ---------- 90

848 1,543 12 79 ---------- 51 13 8 7 91


697 868 73 ---------- 32 4 15 22 92
----------- 23 1 -------- 4 ---------- ---------- ---------- 4 93

697 891 1 -------- 77 ---------- 32 4 19 22 94


176 117 -------- 30 23 ---------- ---------- ---------- 23 ---------- 95
327 488 -------- -------- 24 ---------- 14 ---------- 10 ---------- 96

503 605 -------- 30 47 14 ---------- 33 97


289 382 4 -------- 2 ---------- ---------- ---------- 2 ---------- 89
347 336 12 ---------- 10 ---------- 2 ---------- 99
170 203 9 3 ---------- ---------- ---------- 3 ---------- 10
316 660 1 -------- 13 ---------- 3 ---------- 9 1 10

1,122 1,581 14 -------- 30 ---------- 13 ---------- 16 1 102





10

TABLE 1,-MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT

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


Montana:
103 Fort Harrison --------------- 24 293 260 259 234 234
104 Miles City ------------------ 24 195 150 125 124 124

105 488 410 384 358 358

Nebraska:
106 Grand Island --------------- 23 317 241 189 177 177
107 Lincoln -------------------- 23 450 365 287 279 279 88
108 Omaha --------------------- 23 928 779 766 753 753 61

109 Total -------------------- -------- 1,695 1,385 1,242 1,209 1,209 149

Nevada:
110 Reno (total) ---------------- 27 500 333 320 312 311 25

New Hampshire:
ill Manchester (total) ---------- 1 486 315 307 298 293 ---------New Jersey:
112 East Orange ---------------- 4 2,052 1,770 1,246 1,224 1,224 105
113 Lyons ---------------------- 4 1,633 1,454 333 333 329 228

114 3,685 3,224 1,580 1,557 1,553 333

New Mexico:
115 Albuquerque (total) --------- 25 1,039 790 905 900 893 79

New York:
116 Albany --------------------- 2 1,538 1,249 742 737 727 61
117 2 443 349 173 173 173 ---------118 Bath ----------------------- 2 720 299 179 179 129 22
119 Bronx ---------------------- 3 1,884 1,644 1,150 1,150 1,147 65
120 Brooklyn (Hosp .) 5 - - -_ -_ -- 3 1,884 1,458 1,407 1,151 1,151 120
121 Brooklyn (OPC) ------------ 3 208 ---------- 8 ---------- ---------- ---------122 Buff alo --------------------- 2 1,679 1,372 1,134 1,124 1,123 130
123 Canandiagua --------------- 2 1,175 1,041 213 213 211 150
124 Castle Point ---------------- 3 576 456 235 234 231 ---------125 Montrose ------------------- 3 1,523 1,374 391 391 378 306
126 New York (Hosp.) ---------- 3 2,149 1,259 1,226 1,226 152
127 New York (Pros. Ctr.) ------- 29 119 1,646 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------128 Northport ------------------ 3 1,822 1,465 670 670 670 115
129 Syracuse ------------------- 2 880 690 473 452 452 31

130 16,600 13,043 8,034 7,700 7,618 11152

Footnotes at end of table.








AND PATIENT ADMISSION S-Continued


during August 1976'


Administration Non-VA

Item
bed section Hospital Nursing No.
Nurs- care State
_____________ ing Domi- Total _______ ________ domibed Ciliary non-VA ci] iarvSurgical Medical care State Other State CrniInullity



75 159 -- - -25 -- - -20 -- - -3 2 10:3
57 67 1------------------------ ----------------1 104

132 226------------26 ------ 201 4 2 105


49 128 -------- -------------12-------------- ---------- 9---------- 3 106
83 108--------- -------------8 ------7 ------1------------107
205 487--------- ------------13----------- I---------- --------------13------------108

337 723--------- ------------33 ------7 9 14 3 109



142 144 1 ----- 8 ------8----------- ------- -- -----------110



114 17 5 9----- 81--------------1



21 88----------------23 4 2 12 5 112
21 858 4----- ------16 85 4 ------------------------------- ----- ---------- 113

267 953 4 ----- 23 4 2 12 5 11



308 506 7 15 1----------- 4------------115



234 432 10 ----- -----2------------3--------116
45 128 -------- -------- ---------- ------------------------------------- ---------- ---------- 117

10475 16 ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 118

347 684----------------------256----------------251 5----------5---------- 120
8 ------8--------------------- ---------- -----------121
273 720 1 ---- 10 ------ 5--------- ----- 122
19 42 2 -------- ----------- ------------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 123
76 155 3 1---------- ---------- ----------------I ----- 1---------- 124
5 67 13 -- --- --~---------------------------124
432 642-------. 33 -:1 3 -----------------]126
------ ------------------------------------------------127
139 41---------- ------------- -- -- ------- -------- 128
26 1 -- ----- 21 -- 13 3 129

2,154 4,312 48 34 334-----------312 5 14 3 130



78-493--76--2





12

TABLE 1,-MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
August 1976 2 Vetera
Re
Item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict VA and
Hospital non-VA Total
Total inpatient VA
care Total PSychiatry


North Carolina:
131 Asheville ------------------- 8 1,021 835 789 785 783 25
132 Durham -------------------- 8 1,176 983 882 874 874 61
133 Fayetteville ---------------- 8 607 514 483 470 469 56
134 Salisbury ------------------- 8 1,187 937 459 451 450 300

135 Total -------------------- -------- 3,991 3,269 2,613 2,580 2,576 442

North Dakota:
136 Fargo (total) --------------- 18 419 306 347 311 308 ---------Ohio:
137 Chillicothe ----------------- 13 1,369 1,196 346 339 336 200
138 Cincinnati ------------------ 13 1,170 805 799 734 726 99
139 Cleveland 3 ................. 13 2,724 2,337 1,356 1,311 1,307 391
140 Columbus (OPQ ------------ 13 73 ---------- ---------- -----------------------------141 Dayton -------------------- 13 1,664 1,030 696 683 585 102

142 Total -------------------- -------- 7,000 5,368 3,197 3,067 2,954 792

Oklahoma:
143 Muskogee ------------------ 20 600 488 480 470 470 ---------144 Oklahoma City ------------- 20 1,158 838 1,180 984 984 137

145 Total ---------------------------- 1,758 1,326 1,660 1,454 1,454 137

Oregon:
146 Portland ------------------- 28 1,163 1,061 1,070 1,051 1,051 33
147 Roseburg ------------------- 28 623 486 349 329 328 121
148 White City (Dom.) ---------- 28 312 ---------- 120 107 ---------- ---------149 Total ---------------------------- 2,098 1,547 1,539 1,487 1,379 154

Pennsylvania:
150 Altoona -------------------- 5 322 266 162 152 149 ---------151 Butler --------------------- 5 617 454 256 251 249 ---------152 Coatesville ----------------- 4 1,453 1,385 238 230 229 203
153 Erie ----------------------- 5 323 235 198 187 185 ---------154 Lebanon ------------------- 4 1,101 836 232 222 220 55
155 Philadelphia (Hosp.) --------- 4 1,283 967 898 843 843 70
156 Pittsburgh (Psy.) ------------ 5 936 879 191 190 190 178
157 Pittsburgh (Gen.)' ----------- 5 1,700 1,202 1,116 1,109 1,090 34
158 Wilkes-Barre --------------- 4 862 711 489 461 461 101
-1=641
159 Total -------------------- -------- 8,597 6,935 3,780 3,645

Footnotes at end of table.







AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued


during August 19761

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



324 434 2 -------- 4 ---------- ---------- ---------- 4 ---------- 131
370 443 -------- -------- 8 ---------- ---------- ---------- 8 ---------- 132
139 274 1 -------- 13 -------------------- ---------- 13 ---------- 133
40 110 1 -------- 8 ---------- 8 -------------------- ---------- 134

873 1,261 4 -------- 33 ---------- 8 ---------- 25 ---------- 135


88 220 3 -------- 36 ---------- 30 ---------- 2 4 136


25 ill 3 -------- 7 ------------------------------ 7 ---------- 137
268 359 8 -------- 65 ---------- 23 ---------- 14 28 138
305 611 4 -------- 45 ---------- 32 ---------- 13 ---------- 139
----------- ---------- -------- -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 140
184 299 12 86 13 ---------- -------------------- 13 ---------- 141

782 1,380 27 86 130 ---------- 55 ---------- 47 28 142


192 278 -------- -------- 10 ---------- 6 ---------- 4 ---------- 143
324 523 -------- -------- 196 70 2 61 23 40 144

516 801 1 -------- -------- 206 70 8 61 27 40 145


283 735 -------- -------- 19 ---------- 18 ---------- 1 ---------- 146
61 146 1 -------- 20 ---------- -------------------- 20 ---------- 147
----------- ------------------ 107 13 ---------- 13 ---------- ---------- ---------- 148

344 881 1 107 52 ---------- 31 ---------- 21 ---------- 149


56 93 3 -------- 10 ---------- 10 ------------ ---------- 150
----------- 249 2 -------- 5 ---------- 3 ---------- 2 ---------- 151
----------- 26 1 -------- 8 ---------- ---------- ---------- 8 ---------- 152
62 123 2 -------- 11 ---------- 5 4 1 1 143
45 120 2 -------- 10 ---------- 7 ---------- 3 ---------- 154
243 530 ---------------- 55 ---------- 32 ---------- 23 ---------- 155
1 11 -------- -------- 1 ---------- ---------- ---------- I ---------- 156
343 713 19 -------- 7 ---------- 2 ---------- 5 ---------- 157
108 252 ---------------- 28 ---------- 15 ---------- 13 ---------- 158

858 2,117 29 -------- 135 ---------- 74 4 56 1 159





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TABLE 1. --MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT

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


Puerto Rico:
160 San Jaun (total) ------------ 3 1,648 1,208 2,003 1,528 1,528 173

Rhode Island:
161 Providence (total) ----------- 1 848 666 669 642 642 35

South Carolina: 1
162 Charleston ----------------- 9 821 1 691 654 646 646 58
163 Columbia ------------------ 9 848 643 557 543 533 48

164 Total -------------------- -------- 1,669 1,334 1,211 1,189 1,179 106

South Dakota:
165 Fort Meade ---------------- 23 1117 146 208 207 207 113
166 Hot Springs ---------------- 23 497 322 253 248 211 10
167 Sioux Falls- 18 502 363 401 400 398 63

168 Total -------------------- -------- 1,586 1,231 864 855 816 1,86

Tennessee:
169 Memphis ------------------- 11 1,843 1,648 1,230 1,226 1,226 132
170 Mountain Home ------------ 8 1,115 700 676 672 527 152
171 Murfreesboro --------------- 11 995 892 283 283 282 259
172 Nashville ------------------- 11 1,121 942 1,219 1,191 1)191 5&

173 Total -------------------- -------- 5,074 4,182 3,408 3,372 3,226 U6

Texas:
174 Amarillo ------------------- 25 275 239 220 218 218 ---------175 Big Spring ------------------ 25 381 347 339 337 334 ---------176 Bonham -------------------- 20 324 136 176 174 148 6
177 Dallas --------------------- 20 1,663 1,409 1,536 1,497 1,497 198
178 El Paso (OPC) -------------- 25 69 ---------- 74 ---------- ---------- ---------179 Houston ------------------- 20 2,509 2,133 1,833 1,801 1,797 220
180 Kerrville ------------------- 20 496 432 315 311 311 ---------181 Lubbock (OPC) ------------- 25 77 ---------- 14 ---------- ---------- ---------182 Marlin --------------------- 20 304 274 164 160 160 --------
183 San Antonio (OPQ --------- 20 134 ---------- 35 ---------- ---------- ---------184 San Antonio (Hosp.) --------- 20 1,516 1 1,265 1,222 1,206 1,206 115
185 Temple -------------------- 20 1,270 1 1,032 1 903 883 788 71
186 Waco ---------------------- 20 1,380 1,183 309 1 299 298 235

187 Total -------------------- -------- 10,398 8,450 7, 140 6,886 6,757 845

Utah:
188 Salt Lake City (total) ------- 24 1,114 839 882 882 872 .176

Footnotes at end of table.







AND PATIENT ADMISSION S-Continued


during August 1976 1


Administration NnV

Item
bed section hospital N1rninig No.
N r,''- care St
____________ -___________ irig Donui- ITotal
be(d ciliary 1101- VA l1i:J1y
SurgicaJ Medical care State Other S't ate CoIII(H II ~it V



312 1,043----------- ----475 ------ 46-4 11-------160


131 476------------27 1382 4 161


269 319-------_ ---------------6 2 162
226 23 5OK 9 10 14 7 163

495 3578 10 K -22 6 9164


29 65--------- ------------I--------------------------165
48 153 ------- 5 ---------- ----------- 1 2 2 166
115 202 1 ------2 1-----------167

192 438 2 37 9 21 62T8


420 674--------- ------------4 -- ---4------------169
213 162------------145 4------------ ---------- --------------4-------170
23 1------------------ ---------- --------------------- ---------- ---------- 171
358 780----------------------28 ----115 13-----------172

991 J 1,639 1 i 145 36 15 ------21------------ 173


86 132 -,2 -- -2-- - -- - - 174
56 278 3 ----------- ---------- --------------2------------175
46 96 3 2'3 2------------------------------------176
423~ ~ ~~~~~----- 86-----------324-1-----------17
603 974 4-------------- 2---39 ------- 24 15 177
102---- 209-- ----------- ------------4------------------------ --4 178
------1-----------------7160 47 242 7
3535--------------------8
390-01-1---1-- 4 ----------18
12 42 ----- 20- ---------- ---------- ---------------0-----------180
63-- -- -- -- 14 -------------------------- - 181

1,9 ,2 1 1824I- ----162 92-----4-----------187

-------- 4----7- 10-------------------------- ---------- ----------------188





16

TABLE 1,-MEDICAL EMPLOYMENT

Medical care full- Admissions
time equivalent
employment,
August 19762 Veterans'
Re
item Hospital gional
No. medical Total Hospitaldistrict Hospital VA and
Total inpatient non-VA Total
care VA
Total Psycblatry


Vermont:
189 White River Jet. (total) 1 551 389 346 340 332 19

Virginia:
190 Hampton ------------------ 8 1,168 830 508 503 469 38
191 Richmond ------------------ 8 1,644 1,468 1,014 1,003 1,003 65
192 Salem ---------------------- 8 1,583 1,234 739 722 720 303

193 Total -------------------- -------- 4,395 3,532 2,261 2,228 2,192 406

Washington:
194 American Lake ------------- 30 785 638 254 252 250 191
195 Seattle --------------------- 30 990 777 758 715 715 81
196 Spokane ------------------- 30 403 354 335 325 325 ---------197 Vancouver ------------------ 30 632 522 412 401 396 20
198 Walla Walla ---------------- 30 362 308 176 171 171 ---------199 Total -------------------- -------- 3,172 2,599 1,935 1,864 1,857 292

West Virginia:
200 Beckley -------------------- 8 339 271 337 336 335 ---------201 Clarksburg ----------------- 6 383 334 470 466 466 41
202 Huntington ----------------- 8 424 318 294 280 280 ---------203 Martinsburg ---------------- 7 1,146 920 486 465 436 9

204 Total ---------------------------- 2,292 1,843 1,587 1,547 1,517 50

Wisconsin:
205 Madison ------------------- 17 773 709 786 704 704 16
206 Tomah --------------------- 17 917 797 158 157 154 121
207 Wood ---------------------- 17 2,2-30 1,453 1,176 1,114 1,072 152

208 Total -------------------- -------- 3,920 2,959 2,120 1,975 1,930 289

Wyoming:
209 Cheyenne ------------------ 26 273 192 194 194 193 ---------210 Sheridan ------------------- 26 470 427 156 153 153 123

211 Total -------------------- -------- 743 619 350 347 346 123

Philippines: I
212 Manila (RO) (total) --------- -------- 98 ---------- 123 7- 7 7 = 7 -------Data for all individual facilities include transfers except State home facilities for which transfers are not applicable., Data for overall totals exclude such transfers except for other non-VA hospitals which include them.
2 SUMof individual stations do not add to overall total due to rounding. Data are estimated
3 Data for the VA psychiatric hospitals, Augusta, Ga.; Brecksville, Ohio; Gulfport, Miss.; Kfferson Barracks, Mo.; 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.





17

AND PATIENT ADMISSIONS-Continued

during August 1976

Administration Non-VA

Item
bed section Hospital Niirsing No.
Nurs- care State
ing Domi- Total doinibed ciliary non-VA ciliary
Surgical Medical care State Other i State Coni1111111ity



156 157 8 -------- 6 ---------- 4 2 ---------- 189


165 266 1 33 5 -------------------- ---------- 5 ---------- 190
287 651 -------- -------- 11 ---------- I ---------- 10 ---------- 191
124 293 2 -------- 17 ---------- 16 ---------- 1 ---------- 192

576 1,210 3 33 33 ---------- 17 ---------- 16 ---------- 193


----------- 59 2 -------- 2 ---------- 2 ---------------- -------------- 194
182 452 ---------------- 43 ---------- 11 9 14 9 195
107 218 -------- -------- 10 ------------------------------ 10 ---------- 196
154 222 -------- 5 11 ---------- ---------- ---------- 11 ---------- 197
44 127 -------- -------- 5 ---------- ---------- ---------- 5 ---------- 198

487 1,078 2 5 71 ---------- 13 9 40 9 199


123 212 1 -------- I ---------- ---------- ---------- I ---------- 200
135 290 -------- -------- 4 ------------------------------ 4 ---------- 201
120 160 ---------------- 14 ---------- 1 ---------- 13 ---------- 202
115 312 -------- 29 21 ---------- 2 ---------- 19 ---------- 203

493 974 1 29 40 ---------- 3 ---------- 37 ---------- 204
. ........ .

200 488 ---------------- 82 36 ---------- 36 2 8 205
----------- 33 3 -------- I ---------- ---------- ---------- I ---------- 206
379 541 5 37 62 ---------- 53 ---------- 9 ---------- 207

579 1,062 8 37 145 36 53 36 12 8 208


68 125 1 -------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 209
----------- 30 ---------------- 3 2 210

68 155 1 -------- 3 ---------- 2 211


----------- ---------- -------- -------- 123 ---------- 123 -------------------- ---------- 212

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





186

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 be ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal cal


1 AUl hospitals (total) ------- 111,795 93, 240 77, 023 24, 263 15, 527 37, 233 7,172 9,045

Alabama:
2 Birmingham -------------10 388 349 349 ----- 194 155 -------3 Montgomery -------------10 202 192 192 ----- 23 169--------4 Tuscaloosa --------------10 694 665 564 429------------134 101........5 Tuskegee ----------------10 1,048 1,040 939 434 65 440 101........6 Total -----------------------2,332 2,246 2,044 863 282 898 202 ---Alaska:
7 Juneau (RO) (total). ~ 28 76 -- - -- - -- - - - - - - - -- -

AriZOna:
8 Phoenix -----------------25 383 284 284 64 74 146 -------9 Prescott -----------------25 399 396 184 15 35 133--------- 212
10 Tucson---------------- 25 361 :305 226 35 86 105 37 42

11 Total --------------- --------1, 143 985 694 114 195 384 37 254

Arkansas:
12 Faetteville --------------19 213 197 197------------66 131................13 Little Rock 2--------------- 19 1,505 1,422 1,229 519 249 46 193........14 Total ------- ---- 1,718 1,619 1,426 519 315 592~ 193........California15 Fresno ------------------27 237 218 218 28 75 115--------- -- ----16 Livermore ---------------27 182 157 157 9 59 89----------------17 Long Beach --------------26 1, 284 1, 138 984 86 209 689 154........18 Los Angeles (Wad.) ----- 26 1,126 1,018 611------------193 418-----------407
19 Los Angeles. (Brent.--- 26 438 382 382 367 ----- 15................20 Los Angeles (OPC)-------26 12---------- -------------- --------- -------- -------- -------21 Martinez ----------------27 346 326 326 60 133 132--------- -------22 Palo Alto 2------------- 27 1,218 1, 151 1,055 836 88 131 96 -------23 San Diego ---------------26 543 492 436 81 175 180 56 ---24 San Francisco ------ 27 1, 578 265 265 14 141 110................25 Sepulveda ------- 26 774 696 618 212 113 293 78--------26 Total -------- --- 7, 738 5, 843 5, 052 1, 693 1, 186 2, 172 384 407

Footnotes at end of table.







AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS

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

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing care hospitali- No.
State I Total Non- zation Other
Total domi- Service service and prenon-VA ciliarv connected connected bed care
State Other State Community

18,555 1, 006 1,315 4, 484 6, 571 5, 17) 2, 820, 835 917, 469 1, 223, 670 376, 669 303, 027 1


39------- ------- -------- 39 --------- 17,582 2,827 7,586 6,004 1, 165 2
10 3--7--------------7-12, 330 5,607 2,925 1,501 2,297 3
29----- ------- 29 6, 106 2,005 2,570 942 589 4
8 --------- 8 5, 346 1, 151 2, 429 731 1,035 5

86 -- -------- 3 -------- 83 .----.-- -41, 364 11,590 15, 510 9,1 78 5,086 6
7o ---: --76 .....70 ...6 4,548 420 12 53 4,063 7


99 4 95 -- 19, 629 8,966 4, 248 3,764 2, 651 8
3 3 4, 148 822 2,096 746 484 9
56 56 ---------- 16,492 6,350 8,018 1,056 1,068 10

158- 4 ------ 154 --.... 40, 269 16, 138 14, 362 5,566 4,203 11


16 --------------- ------- 16 3,344 699 1,023 1, 327 295 12
83 5 ------- 78 ---------- 35, 442 13, 702 12, 355 3,832 5,553 13

99 -------...... 5 94 38, 786 14, 401 13, 378 5, 159 5,848 14


19 ------- --------------- 19 ........ 10, 227 2,346 5,674 1,597 610 15
25 ------- -1---- 25 6, 4,34 1,071 4, 197 1 632 534 16
146 1... -- I -46-----..... 53, 379 14, 592 27, 470 7, 450 3,867 17
108 ------- 108 -------- 30, 109 5, 692 14, 850 7, 418 2, 149 18
56 5-----------6 31,755 6,663 23,351 1,012 729 19
12 ------- 12 -------- ---------------- 42, 133 23, 390 13,316 1, 131 4,296 20
20----- ----20- ----- 20 -21,008 5,264 12, 251 2, 177 1,316 21
67 4 63 39,896 11,068 23, 831 2,951 2,046 22
51 1------- 50 33, 804 7, 808 19, 044 4,047 2,905 23
1, 313 386- 1 393 45 488 54, 837 22, 250 16, 418 2, 549 13, 620 24
78 78 --------- 30,205 6,681 18,512 3, 497 1,515 25

1,895 386 18 393 610 488 353,787 106,825 178,914 34,461 33,587 26





o0

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 DotniVA bed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal cal


Colorado:
27 Denver---------------- 24 584 346 346j 79 148 120--------28 Fort Lyon ---------------24 538 512 475 j 346------------129 27 ---29 Grand Junction ----------24 136 126 88 ----- 26 62 38 ---30 Total --------------- --------1,258 984 909 425 174 311 75 ---Connecticut:
31 Newington ---------------3 1, 219 131 131 15 55 62--------32 West Haven ------ 3 638 618 532 114 118 2919 86 ---33 Total -----------------------1, 857 749 663 129 173 361 86 ---Delaware:
34 Wilmington (total) --- 4 607 280 280 ---- 130 151

District of Columbia:
35 Washington (total) --- 6 849 623 623 163 182 278

Florida:
36 Bay Pn----- ---12 1,287 1,058 636 119 123 394 114 308
37 Gainesville --------------12 476 410 410 75 196 140--------38 Lake City ---------------12 313 316 277 ----- 82 195 39 ---39 Miami ------------------12 826 735 652 139 178 334 83 ---40 Tampa ------------------12 666 567 567 106 218 243--------41 Total --------------- --------3,586 3, 086 2, 542 439 797 1, 306 236 308

Georgia:
42 Atlanta-----------------9 511 438 438 87 176 174
43 Augusta2---------9 1,149 886 848 352 121 375 38 ---44 Dublin ------------------9 1,345 897 409 71 337 85 403

45 Totai --------------- --------3, 005 2, 221 1, 695 439 368 886 123 403

Hawaii:
46 Honolulu (RO) (total)~ 27 116---------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -----Idaho:
47 Boise (oa)-- ----28 258 122 122--------52 70. .......





21

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

August 1976 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, Auguts 1976

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



238 ------- 4 107 45 82 24,896 9,314 12,804 912 1,866 27
26 ------- ------- ------- 26 -------- 3,992 1,981 1,318 267 426 28
10 ------- ------- ------- 10 -------- 2,850 553 1,528 577 192 29

274 ------- 4 107 81 82 3,738 11,848 15,650 1,756 2,484 30


1,088 300 2 185 28 573 15,289 8,863 3,580 1,089 1,757 31
20 20 -------- 12,880 2,818 6,959 1,871 1,232 32

1,108 300 2 185 48 573 28,169 11,681 10,539 2,960 2,989 33


327 ------- ------- 208 75 44 10,490 2,549 4,921 1,646 1,374 34


226 ------- 2 ------- 82 142 36,498 11,907 12,756 6,636 5,199 35


229 ------- 53 ------- 176 54,472 35,868 5,542 3,732 9,331 36
66 ------- ------- ------- 66 16,408 4,098 6,530 4,282 1,497 37
15 ------- ------- ------- 15 -------- 3,524 529 1,144 1,435 416 38
91 ------- 8 ------- 83 -------- 41,844 11,733 18,708 8,906 2,497 39
99 ------- ------- ------- 99 -------- 27,149 6,935 11,564 6,774 1,876 40

500 ------- 61 ------- 439 -------- 143,397 59,163 43,488 25,129 15,617 41


73 ------- 10 ------- 63 -------- 36,366 13,458 13,647 4,412 4,849 42
263 ------- ------- 173 90 -------- 13,716 3,056 7,847 1,733 1,080 43
448 ------- ------- 130 8 310 2,546 179 772 1,126 469 44

784 10 303 161 310 52,628 16,693 22,266 7,271 6,398 45
=-I

116 ------- 107 ------- 9 -------- 6,059 3,600 1,752 440 267 46


136 ------ 2 24 110 9,135 4,113 2,610 830 1,582 47
i 111.1 ..... ... . .... . .....





22

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- Mledi- care
chiatry Cal cal


Illinois:
48 Chicago (L.S.) -----------17 518 445 445 24 186 235--------49 Chicago (W.S.) -----------17 580 481 481 81 166 234--------50 Danville -----------------15 1,101 1,084 983 544 47 392 101
51 Hines -------------------17 1, 304 1, 172 1, 172 223 305 643--------- -------52 Marion---------------- 21 210 150 750 36 115--------53 North Chicago -----------17 1, 580 1, 511 1, 338 787 58 493 173 ---_ --_I .-I
54 Total --------------- --- 523 3,4--5 9 2,112 274 ---Indiana:
55 Fort Wayne --------------15 209 194 156 5 8 98 38 ---56 Indianapolis--------15 821 567 508 94 166 248 59 ---57 Marion ------------------15 1, 042 1, 014 947 272------------674 67 ---58 Total ----------------_ 2,072 1,7751 1,611 366 224 1,020 164-Iowa:
59 Des Moines --------------23 649 270 270 ----- 99 171--------60 Iowa City-------- ---23 792 290 290 47 131 112--------- ---61 Knoxville-------------- 23 821 815 619 223---------- 396 196 ---62 Total --------262 1, 37.5 1,179 270 230 679 196 ---Kansas:
63 Leavenworth -------------22 1 1, 182 1, 155 379 135i7 4 4 3
64 Topeka -----------------22 924 880 804 479 44 281 76 ---65 Wichita,-----------------22 276 145 145 ..... 57 87--------66 Total-------------1,328- -(14~ 198 515 119 733

Kentucky:
67 Lexington 4--------------11 982 I 935 838 341 130 366 97 ---68 Louisville --------------- 11 419 368 368 48 147 173--------69 Total --------------- ___ 1,401 I 1, 303 1, 206 389 277 539 97 ---Louisiana: 1 2 1 2 1 209
70 Alexandria ------------- 142 42 319 3 1---71 New Orleans -------------19 648 487 487 56 200 231------72 Shreveport ---------------19 399 359 359 70 115 174--------73 T otal -- - - -1,467 1, 258 1,16G7 126 406 635 91 -

Footnotes at end of table.





23

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

August 19761 Outpatient medical visits-StAff and fee, August 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
Applications for Item
Hospital Nursing care hpi tai-.
State Total Non- nation Other
Total domi- IService SeN ico anid prenon-VA ciliarY connected conneCted bed canState Other State Conmunity



73 7, 17, 629 5:11 11, 751 4, 542 5
99 119 80 44. 971 12, 477 21, 942 6i. 486 4, 046 40
17 ---------------------- 17 5, 546 1. 90 2.;il 791 1,007
132---- 132 33, 375 1, 084 21, O .271 26:3 1
132-------------------- --11 3-,-7-1----1.8 8, 276 2. 6;5 5
60 1 -9 6,241 740 3, 250 1. 939 312 52
69 ------- -------69 13.92; 3, 501 s. 021 1, 06 1, 340 33

450 20 430 121, 665 19, 72S 68, 702 2:1, 090 10, 145 54


15 --1-2, I 12 4.5 727 70 222 55
254 8 132 28 86 27, 973 6, 988 :1, 121 4, 288 5,626 56
28------- 28 4, 6-16 1, 102 2, 275 492 777 57

297 8 132 71 86 34, 7:11 8. 495 14, 12: 5, 488 6, 625 58


379 148 3 67 86 130 16, 166 5, 295 6, 292 1, 744 2, 835 59
502 22 1 :01 55 123 10, 597 808 6, 938 1, 836 1,50 T 60
6 16-6 4, 064 1 813 1. 159 7 4 61

887 165 4 368 97 253 30, 827 7. 906 14. 59 3, 789 4. 584 62


27 --- 27 5 396 7:5 2. 68 1, 187 856 63
44 ------- 44 14. 915 5,482 7. 252 1. 2:0) 942 f4
131 56 11 64 8. 634 8: ,12 2, 600 16 08 L 6s9 65

202 -- 56 82 64 2!, 915 9. 529 12, S20 18, 4109 :, 487 66


47 47 16. 093 3. 401 S. Sti9 2, 51 1, 272 67
51 2 49 16, 485 S.851 5, 115 2, 007 3.512 68

98 2 96 ------- :2. 378 19, 252 18, 011 4 5 4, 784 6)


10 ------- ------- --------------149610,0 3:t 926; 2; 1 1 1 xi02 496i 70
159 7 45 147 140, 601 7, 427 22. j'\ 1, 2s 41. 241 71
40 --- ------- 40 12, 799 3. 155 41, 677 3. -lii 1- .;.2 72

209 7 3-- 9 107 .>N, 9 5 11, 3 24t, a86 11. GH" t. 24i 7;





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) -------------1 694 657 597 348 58 191 60 ---Maryland:
75 Baltimore ---------------6 265 235 235 15 82 138--------76 Fort Howard -------------6 272 251 207 15------------192 44 ---77 Perry Point --------------6 945 922 856 432------------424 66 ---78 Ttl---------- -1,482 1,408 1,298 462 82 754 110 ---Massachusetts:
79 Bedf ord -----------------1 944 888 730 393 42 295 158 ---80 Boston (Hosp.) ---- 1 750 686 686 96 225 364--------81 Boston (OPC)------------1 431-------------------------------82 Brockton ----------------1 877 849 751 452 14 285 98 ---83 Northampton ------------1 754 705 655 406-----------247 50 ---84 We-st Roxbury-----------1 203 197 197 ----- 66 130--------85 Ttl---------- -3, 959 3,325 3,019 1,349 347 1,321 306

Michigan:
86 Allen Park --------------14 1,237 567 496 73 131 292 71 ---87 Ann Arbor--------14 326 308 308 60 112 136--------88 Battle Creek -------------14 1, 126 1, 099 901 687-----------215 198 ---89 Iron Mountain -----------16 224 215 178 57 121 37 ---90 Saginaw -----------------14 145 138 138 ----- 43 95--------91 Total --------------------3, 058 2, 327 2, 021 820 343 859 306 ---Minnesota:
92 Minneapolis-------------18 1, 194 658 658 92 274 293--------93 St. Cloud ----------------18 865 821 780 376-----------404 41 ---94 Total --------------- --------2, 059 1, 479 1, 438 468 1 274 697 41 ---Mississippi:
95 BiloXi 2-...........------10 1,368 1,330 783 469 70 243 61 486
96 Jackson -----------------10 423 397 397 60 139 197

97 Total --------------- --------1, 791 1, 727 1, 180 1 529 209 440 61 486

Footnotes at end of table.





25

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

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

Non-VA Outpatient treatment
__________ ________________ -__________________ ________ ________________Applica-pplca
tions for Item
Hospital Nursing care hospitali- No.
State Total Non- zation Other
Total ___________________domi- Service service and prenon-VA ciliary comi ected connected bed care
State Other State Community



37 ---- 4 ---- 33------------11,228 5,878 2,341 1,179 1,830 74


30 ---- 4-----------26-------27,510 6,601 15,544 3, 58 0 1,785 75
21-------- ------- ----------21 3,242 438 2,221 263 320 76
23-------- ------- ----------23 5,070 1, 716 2,003 521 828 77

74 ---- 4 ---- 70-------35, 822 8, 755 19, 770 4, 364 2, 933 78


56-------- ------- ----------56------------16,290 6,758 7,971 727 834 79
64-------- ------- ----------64------------23, 915 4, 265 11,953 6, 552 1, 145 80
431 126 17 46------------242 46,582 32,734 11,019 564 2,245 81
28-------- ------- ----------28------------15,0811 4,9 5 6 8,218 591 1,316) 82
49-------- ------- ----------49------------12,011 6,144 4,651 387 829 83
6-------- ------- ----------6 ----- 6,309 1, 233 3, 090 1, 479 508 84

634 126 17 46 203 242 120, 188 56, 110 46, 902 10, 299 6, 877 85


670 ---- 12 436 35 187 45, 781 18, 888 18, 881 4, 778 3, 234 86
18-------- ------- ----------18 ----- 7, 622 1, 966 3, 749 1, 144 763 87
27-------- ------- ----------27------------12, 006 4, 106 6, 105 795 1, 000 88
9 ---- 2 ---- 7 ----- 3,770 1,171 1, 336 864 379 89
7-------- ------- ----------7 ----- 4,659 829 2, 107 1, 532 191 90

731 ---- 14 436 94 187 73, 838 26, 960 32, 198 9, 113 5,567 I91


536 ---- 8 84 98 346 41, 003 13, 335 16, 346 6, 074 5, 248 92
44-------- ------- ----------44 6,222 2,947 2,271 322 682 93

580 ---- 8 84 142 346 47, 225 16, 282 18, 617 6, 396 5, 930 94


38 ------- ------- ----------38------------10, 424 2, 994 5, 326 1,' 27-4 830 95
26 ---- 4 ---- 22------------19,206 6,416 5,497 4,211 3,082 96

64 ---- 4 60------------29,630 9,410 10,823 5, 4853 3,912 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 ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal cal

Missouri:
98 Columbia............. 21 401 380 329 40 137 152 51
99 Kansas City ------------22 416 369 369 61 166 142 ..... .........
100 Poplar Bluff ----------- 21 220 195 150 68 82 45
101 St. LouiS2 ............... 21 1,081 857 770 246 172 351 87 -------102 Total --------------------- 2.118 1,801 1,618 347 543 727 183 -------Montana:
103 Fort Harrison---- 24 273 126 126 30 95
104 Miles City------- ....... 24 90 78 53 21 32 25

105 Total ---------- 363 204 179 -------- 51 127 25

Nebraska:
106 GCrand Island_ ...... 23 618 150 109 ------- 26 83 41 -------107 Liiicoln- -.- 23 16t, 152 152 46 58 47
108 Omah.. 23 353 329 329 56 99 174

109 Total 1, 140 631 590 102 183 304 41

Nevada:
110 Reno (total) ----------- 127 175 160 139 15 67 57 21

New Hampshire:
111 M mnche(ster (total) -.... 1 294 188 150 1 ------- 61 89 38 -------New Jersey
112 East Orange .4 1. 23S 887 848 117 212 519 39
113 Lyons. 4 1,243 1,229 1, 142 670 23 449 87

114 Total.-................ 2, 481 2, 116 1.990 787 235 968 126

New Mexico:
115 Albuquerque (total) ---- 25 485 432 386 59 134 193 46

Footnotes at end of table.





27

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued August 1976 1Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, August 1976


Non-VA Outpatient treatment
______ _________ _________ _____ _______-_______ Applications for item
Hospital Nursing care hospitali- No.
State Total Non- zation Other
Total ___ _______ _____domi- Service service and prenon-VA ciliary connected connected bed care
State Other State Community



21 ----------- 21 ----- 9,987 1,348 6,264 1,297 1,078 98
47 ---- 2 ---- 45------------18,983 4,704 8,011 2,855 3,413 99
25-------- -----------------25---- r5,1I:5)9 1,268 2,264 1,349 278 100
224 ---- 2 8.5 69 68 36, 048 6, 573 23, 349 3, 570 2,556 101

317 ---- 4 85 160 68 70, 177 13,893 39,888 9,071 7,325 102


147 ---- 7 39 2:3 78 4, 547 2, 795 4 52 586 714 103
12-------- ------- ----------12 ----- 1,389 180 797 284 128 104

159 ---- 7 39 35 78 5, 936 2, 975 1, 249 870 842 105


468-----------------3 55 4 109 1, 635 318 659 427 231 106
17 ---- 3 ---- 14 ----- 9,399 3,606 2,845 1,054 1,894 107
24--------------- ----------24------------12, 879 2, 2 75 7,291 2,420 893 108

509 ---- 3 3 55 42 109 23, 913 6, 199 10, 79.5 3,901 3,018 109


13 --- 2 ---- 13------------13,710 3,802 6,747 1,777 1,384 110


106 ---- 2 57 47------------12,497 4,071 4,892 1,512 2,022 111


351 ---- 3 160 87 101 37,468 12,814 18,5,-47 2,433 3,674 112
14-------------------------14 ----- 8,316 2, 765 3, 58 4 844 1, 123 113

365 ---- 3 160 101 101 45, 784 15, 579 22, 131 3, 277 4, 797 114


53-----------1----------52------------15,526 7, 167 4,251 2,200 1,908 115














7,S-493-7--3





40
ao

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

New York:
Albany ---------------- 2 713 683 587 78 152 356 96 ------117 Batavia --------------- 2 198 198 198 -------- 24 174
118 Bath ------------------ 2 1,029 1,025 200 10 -------- 190 178 647
119 Bronx ----------------- 3 646 644 644 56 228 360 -------- -------120 Brooklyn (Hosp.) I ------ 3 978 958 814 98 254 462 144 -------121 Brooklyn (OPQ ------- 3 4 --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------122 Buffalo ---------------- 2 830 793 758 115 174 470 35 -------123 Canandaigua ---------- 2 1,079 1,079 979 457 11 511 100 -------124 Castle Point ----------- 3 327 324 235 63 172 89
125 Montrose -------------- 3 1,254 1,250 1,139 765 12 361 111 -------126 New York (Hosp.) ----- 3 823 805 805 148 284 373
127 New York (Pros. Ctr.)-- 29 --------- --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------128 Northport ------------- 3 857 853 853 374 114 365 -------- -------129 Syracuse -------------- 2 390 335 297 50 140 106 38 -------130 Total --------------- ------ 9,128 8,947 7,509 2,151 1,456 3,900 791 647

North Carolina:
131 Asheville -------------- 8 624 588 509 28 149 331 79 -------132 Durham --------------- 8 451 416 416 74 193 150 -------- -------133 Fayetteville ----------- 8 383 347 309 32 72 204 38
134 Salisbury -------------- 8 969 940 847 542 33 272 93 -------135 2,427 2,291 2,081 676 447 957 210 -------North Dakota:
136 Fargo (total) ---------- 18 343 219 171 -------- 48 123 48 -------Ohio:
137 Chillicothe ------------- 13 1,177 1,049 954 479 22 453 95
138 Cincinnati------------- 13 633 583 386 69 184 133 197 -------139 Cleveland 13 2,166 1,427 1,323 630 208 485 104
140 Columbus (OPQ ------- 13 --------- --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------- -------141 Dayton --------------- 13 1,832 1,777 705 179 154 372 277 795

142 5,808 4,836 3,368 1,357 568 1,443 673 795

Oklahoma:
143 Muskogee ------------- 20 211 177 177 -------- 79 98 -------- -------144 Oklahoma City -------- 20 1,350 377 377 106 135 137 -------- -------145 1,561 554 55 106 214 235 -------Footnotes at end of table.





29

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

August 19761 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, August 1976

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



30 ------- 2 ------- 28 -------- 20,398 5,499 9,476 3, 128 2, 295 1 If)
--------- ------- ------- ------- -------- -------- 10,1,36 4,926 3,704 75 2 754 117
4 ---------------------- 4 -------- 3,220 581 1,696 275 668 iis
2 --------------------- 2 -------- 30,439 3,668 19,325 6, 154 1,292 119
20 -------- -------------- 20 -------- 27,334 1,898 15,927 6,839 2,670 120
4 ------- 4 ------- -------- -------- 22,424 15,200 4,935 1,044 1,245 121
37 ------- 15 ------- 22 -------- 29, 286 Il'S89 10,441 3,792 3, 164 122
--------- ------- ------- ------- -------- -------- 6,534 2,216 3,201 385 732 123
3 --------------------- 3 -------- 3, 983 9454 1,896 579 554 124
4 ------- -------------- 4 -------- 1:3, 140 5,426 5,909 614 1, 191 125
18 ------- 16 ------- 2 -------- 66,667 24,558 30,887 6, 857 4, 3 65 126
--------- ------- ------- ------- -------- -------- ----------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 127
4 ------- ------- ------- 4 -------- 34,621 13,608 18,415 1,403 1,195 128
55 ------- 3 22 6 24 24, 115 11,220 6,839 2,650 3,406 129

181 ------- 40 22 95 24 292,297 101,643 132,651 34,472 23,531 130


36 ------- -------------- 36 -------- 13,610 1,632 8,382 2,440 1, 156 131
35 --------------------- 35 -------- 17,702 072 11, 254 4,578 898 132
36 ------- -------------- 36 -------- 8,238 943 4,564 2,295 436 133
29 ------- 7 ------- 22 -------- 21,712 10,369 3,539 2,064 5,740 134

136 ------- 7 129 -------- 61,262 13,916 27, 739 11,377 1 8,230 135


124 ------- 11 ------- 22 91 5,352 1,714 1, 197 1, 205 1,236 13


128 ---------------------- 128 -------- 6,922 2,008 3,399 656 859 137
50 ------- 2 ------- 48 -------- 22,380 6,928 10,217 2,804 2,431 138
739 ------- 10 -------- so 649 41, 132 17, 805 12, 187 5,613 5,527 139
--------- ------- ------- ------- -------- -------- 8, 178 5, 117 1, 4 .55 158 1,44S 140
55 ------- -------------- 55 -------- 8 402 862 3, 194 3,219 1, 127 141

972 12 ------- 311 649 87,014 32,720 30, 452 12, 450 11,392 142


34 ------- 5 29 -------- 1 10 459 1 .3,208 2,750 2, 125 2 375 143
973 21 ------- ---- 520-1 47 385 1 27: 244 4, 862 15,995 4,720 1: 667 144

1,007 21 5 520 76 385 37,702 9,070 19,745 4,042 1-15




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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 in DomiVA bet ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- Medi- care
chiatry cal Cal


Oregon:
146 Portland-------------- 28 506 427 427 25 156 246 -------- -------147 Roseburg -------------- 28 457 412 339 155 19 165 73 -------148 White City (Dom.) ----- 28 1,127 1,125 -------- -------- -------- -------- --------- 1,125

149 Total ---------------- ------ 2,090 1, 96G4 766 180 175 411 73 1,125

Pennsylvania:
150 Altoona --------------- 5 188 167 148 -------- 49 100 19 -------151 Butler ---------------- 5 364 344 242 -------- -------- 242 102 -------152 Coatesville- - -_ -- ---- 4 1,398 1,285 1,236 866 -------- 370 49 -------153 Erie ------------------ 5 323 162 123 -------- 35 89 39 -------154 Lebanon- 4 954 929 809 405 23 381 120 -------155 Philadelphia (Hosp.) ---- 4 528 393 393 39 148 206 -------- -------156 Pittsburgh (Psy.) ------- 5 839 804 804 500 3 300 -------- -------157 Pittsburgh (Gen.) 5 796 744 543 25 197 320 201 -------158 Wilkes-Barre ----------- 4 478 429 429 92 92 244 -------- -------159 Total --------------- ------ 5,868 5,257 4,727 1,927 547 2,252 530 -------Puerto Rico:
160 San Juan (total) -------- 3 1,295 645 645 239 154 252 -------- -------Rhode Island:
161 Providence (total) 1 600 274 274 33 69 172 -------- -------South Carolina:
162 Charleston ------------- 9 359 342 342 45 121 176 -------- -------163 Columbia -------------- 9 562 413 342 22 139 182 71

164 Total --------------- ------ 921 755 684 67 260 358 71 -------South Dakota:
165 Fort Meade ------------ 23 357 3.50 350 197 10 143 -------- -------166 Hot Springs ----------- 23 709 589 215 30 34 150 -------- 374
167 Sioux Falls____________ 18 301 284 210 21 88 101 74

168 Total ---------------- ------ 1,367 1,223 775 248 132 394 = 74 374

Footnotes at end of table.





31

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

August 19761 Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, August 1976

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



79 ------- 3 ------- 76 -------- 20j987 6,602 8,179 2,400 3,806 146
45 ------- ------- ------- 45 -------- 6,76.1 1,520 3, 547 1,163 535 147
2 ------- 2 ------- -------- -------- 1,630 368 858 197 207 1-48

126 ------- 5 ------- 121 29,382 8,490 12,584 3, 760 4, .5 4 8 149


21 ------- 4 ------- 17 -------- 4,675 2,130 1,373 290 882 1,50
20 ------- 8 ------- 12 -------- 5,705 1,491 2,917 568 729 151
113 ------- ------- ------- 113 -------- 6,374 3,251 1,140 537 1,446 152
161 ------- 3 59 17 82 4,762 2,008 1,941 541 272 153
25 ------- I ------- 24 -------- 12,446 7,996 2,159 421 1,870 1.54
135 ------- 13 ------- 122 54,300 19,664 24,296 4,249 6,091 155
35 ------- ------- ------- 35 10,152 5,763 2,781 428 1,180 156
52 ------- I ------- 51 24,815 5,995 13, 106 2,007 3,707 157
49 ------- 13 ------- 36 -------- 15,124 11,033 1,404 1,121 1,566 158

611 ------- 43 59 427 82 138,353 59,331 51,117 10, 162 17,743 159


650 ------- 605 ------- 45 -------- 51,632 18,221 20,247 9,521 3,643 160


326 ------- 2 168 34 122 20,960 11,417 6,456 1,276 1,811 161


17 ------- ------- ------- 17 -------- 9,712 1,169 5; 834 2,054 655 162
149 ------- 6 74 69 -------- 20,607 7,079 5,430 4,683 3,415 163

166 6 74 86 -------- 30,319 8,248 11,264 6,737 4,070 164


7 ------- ------- ------- 7 -------- 3,901 601 2,675 204 421 165
120 ------- ------- 25 6 89 2,306 357 1,051 532 366 166
17 ------- I ------- 16 -------- 4,649 1,423 1,433 877 916 167

144 ------- 1 25 29 89 10, 8565 2,381 5, 1.59 1,613 1,703 168





32

TABLE 2."-AVERAGE DAILY INPATIENT CENSIYS

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,


Tennessee:
169 Memphis ----------------11 863 784 784 163 183 438--------170 Mountain Home ----------8 1,479 1,377 444 .58 103 284 57 -876
171 Murfreesboro ------------11 860 855 811 355------------456 44 ---172 Nashville ----------------11 487 426 426 31 193 202--------173 Total --------------- --------3, 689 3, 442 2, 465 607 479 1, 380 101 876

Texas:
174 Amarillo ----------------25 124 ill il1 ----- 54 57--------175 Big Spring --------------25 214 194 175 5 37 133 19----176 Bonham -----------------20 414 396 75 14 24 36 95 "226
177 Dallas ------------------20 708 614 614 123 212 280--------178 El Paso (OPO)-----------25 29........................................................----179 Houston ----------------20 1,285 1,171 1,079 361 242 494 74
180 Kerrville ----------------20 321 291 256 ----- 57 199 35----181 Lubbock (OPC)----------25 1 -- - -- - -- - -- - - -- - -- -
182 Marlin ------------------20 215 208 208--------- ----------208........
183 San Antonio (OPC)-- 20 11 - - -- - - -- - - -- - --
184 San Antonio (Hosp.-- 20 524 446 446 108 1951 144........
185 Temple -----------------20 1, 074 1,008 557 95 167 296-----------451
186 Waco -------------------20 1, 168 1, 115 1,033 671------------362 82

187 Ttl-----------6,088 5,554 4, 572 1,377 988 2,209 305 677

Utah:
188 Salt Lake City (tota)-- 24 420 400 358 109 85 163 42--------Vermont:
189 White River Jet. (total) 1 289 195 166 19 73 75 29 ---Virginia:
190 Hampton ----------------7 1, 147 1, ill 409 69 87 254 39 663
191 Richmond ---------------7 706 677 677 48 155 475--------192 Salem -------------------7 888 796 698 357 53 287 98 ---193 Total --------------- --------2,741 2,584 1, 784 474 295 1,016 137 663

Washington:
194 American Lake ----------28 522 5 04 432 330------------102 72 ---195 Seattle ------------------28 707 266 266 62 93 ill1................
196 Spokane--------------- 28 200 174 174 ---- 74 100--------197 Vancouver ---------------28 381 341 30,5 54 94 157 36
198 Walla Walla -------------28 122 ill il1 ----- 74 36--------199 Total --------------- ----- 1,932 1,396 1,288 446 335 506 72 36

Footnotes at end of table.





33

AND OUTPATIENT MEDICAL VISITS-Continued

August 1976 1Outpatient medical visits-Staff arid fee, August 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment Apia

tions for Item
Hospital Nursing care hospitali- No.
State Total Non- zation Other
Total ___ ________ ___domi- Service service and prenon-VA ciliary connected connected bed care
State Other State Community



79-------- ------- ----------79-------21, 812 3, 648 11, 630 3,000 1, 3:34 169
102-------- ------- ----------102 ----- 6, 714 897 2,278 2,668 871 170
5-------- ------- ----------5 ----- 3,774 1, 221 1, 323 5 66 664 171
61 ---- 4 ---- 57------------27, 017 11, 570 8,889 4, 568 11990 172

247 ---- 4 ---- 243------------59, 317 17, 336 24, 120 12, 802 5, 039 173


13-------- ------- ----------13 3, 168 231 1,648 1, 113 176 174
20-------- ------- ----------20 ----- 3,667 677 1,652 1,099 239 175
18-------- ------- ----------18 ----- 3,106 953 1,211 646 296 176
94 ---- 5 ---- 89------------37,297 11,058 16,585 5,658 3,996 177
29-----------29---------------5,547 4,273 360 97 817 178
114 ---- 1 113------------40,287 5,736 22,378 10,009 2,170 179
30-------- ------- ----------30 ----- 3,808 881 1,772 581 574 180
1 1---- I------- -------- -----------8, 165 4,390 1,637 145 1,993 181
7-------- ------- ----------7 ----- 1,633 298 837 306 192 182
11 ---- 11---------------10, 138 6,776 1,318 781 1,063 183
78-------- ------- ----------78------------21,909 4,408 14,603 1,810 1,088 184
66-------- ------- ----------66-------11,410 1,940 3,361 2,953 1, 156 185
53 ---- 3 ---- 50------------15,960 10,289 2,602 902 2,167 186

534 ---- 50 484-----------166, 095 51, 904 72, 164 26, 100 15, 427 187


20--------------20'------------19,303 5,177 9,927 2,564 1,635 188


94-------- ----------73 6 15 8,347 2,689 4,322 459 8177 189


36-------- ------- ----------36-------10, 964 3, 762 4,857 1, 1.53 1, 192 190
29-------- ------- ----------29------------18, 863 4, 349 10, 019 2, 585 1, 910 191
92 ---- 23 ---- 69-------26, 896 12, 601 8, 836 1, 529 3, 930 192

157 ---- 23 ---- 134 ------ 56, 723 1 20, 712 23, 712 5, 267 7, 0:32 193


18-------- ------- ----------18 5,742 2, 232 2,386 650 474 194
441 2 139 83 217 33,325 10,172 16,702 1,00015, 45 1195
26--------------26------------5, 8 14 1, 633 3, 192 682 j 307 19
40-------- ------- ----------40------------6, 624 1, 269 3, 958 698 j 699 197
11-------- ------- ----------11--------2,500 482 1, 258 310 250 198

536 ---- 2 139 178 217 .54,005 135,788 27, 496 3,540 7,181 199





Q4

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 Ibed ciliary
Total Psy- Surgi- IMedi- care
chiatry ca ca


West Virginia:
200 Beckley -----------------7 167 160 120 5 2 67 40 ---201 Clarksburg- - ----------- 219 I80 180 27 66 87--------202 Huntington ---------------7 170 115 113 ---- 49 66--------203 Martinsburg -------------6 1, 176 1,099 576 17 82 476-----------523

204 Total --------------- --------1,732 1,554~ 991 44 249 696 40 523

Wisconsin:
205 Madison ----------------16 75.5 280 280 16 122 142--------206 Tomah ------------------16 847 841 745 318 4__ 27 96 ---207 Wood -------------------16 1,758 161 706 188 211 307 196 739

208 Total --------------- --------3, 360 2, 762 1, 731 522 333 876 292 739

Wyoming:
209 Cheyenne ---------------24 164 157 113 ----- 44 69 44 ---210 Sheridan----------------24 378 290 290 181 ----- 109--------211 Total --------------- ---------542 447 1 403 181 44 1 178 44

Philippines:
212 Manila (RO) (total) - 27 77 -- - -- - -- - -- --

1Sum 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, Mo.; 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


August 1976' Outpatient medical visits-Staff and fee, August 1976

Non-VA Outpatient treatment Apia
tions for 1Itemn
Hospital Nursing care hospitali- No.
State Total Non- zation Other
Tot Ial _________________ domi- Service service and prenon-VA ciliary connected connected bed care
State 1,Other State Community



7-------- ------- ----------7 ----- 4,298 1,021 2, 302 722 253 200
39 ---- 7 ---- 32 ----- 4,971 679 2, 221 1, 752 319 201
55 ---- 1 ---- 54 ----- 7,682 3,737 1,482 1 ,I147 1,316 202
77-------- ------- ----------77 ----- 8, 169 1, 540 4, 327 1,172 1,130 203

178 ----- 8 ---- 170-------2.5, 120 6,977 10,332 4,793 3,018 204


475 6----------390 19. 60 8,072 803 4,797 1,911 561 205
6-------- ------- ----------6 ----- 3,733 1,124 1,741 289 581 206
117 ---- 11 ---- 106------------35,036 12,014 14,661 3,633 4,708 207

__598 6 11 -390 -131 60 46, 843 13, 941 21, 199 5,853 5,850 208


7-------- ------- -----------7 ----- 2,934 731 1,082 661 460 209
88-------- ------- ----------36 52 2,633 666 1,282 290 395 210

95-------- ------- ----------43 52 5,567 1,397 2,364 951 855 211


77 ---- 76 1--- ---- 4,413 970 148 2,514 781 212


SIncludes 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.





36

TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES

Transition quarter to date 1976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 31, 1976 through
Aug. 31, 1976

Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------------- 1,535 1,472
Total gains -------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,882 3,912
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,838 3,777
Patients remaining-end of period ----------------------------------------------- 1,565 1,565
Patient days of care ----------------------------------------------------------- 43,271 85,805
Average daily census ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,396 1,384
Patients treated --------------------------------------------------------------- 3,403 5,342
Average monthly turnover rate -------------------------------------------------- 131.7 IX 5


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS


Inpatient Care

Total patients remaining-end of prior period ------------------------------------- 1,033 993
Gains:
From station outpatient care-ambulatory care ------------------------------- 88 177
From station outpatient care-other ----------------------------------------- 191 417

Total from station outpatient care --------------------------------------- 279 594

Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 64 91
Referred from outside VA -------------------------------------------------- 83 155
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 994 2,087

Total gains ------------------------------------------------ ---------- 1,420 2,927

Losses:
Treatment completed ------------------------------------------------------ 261 549
Treatment not completed --------------------------------------------------- 248 525
To station outpatient care -------------------------------------------------- 653 1,342
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 36 71
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 7 20
Patients rejecting care ----------------------------------------------------- 119 262
Disciplinary action -------------------------------------------------------- 20 51
Other -------------------------------------------------------------------- 49 75

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,393 2,895





37

TABLE 3.-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE

PROGRAM-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTELL8-Continued

Transition quarter to date 1976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 31, 1076 through
Aug. 31, 1976


Inpatient Care-Continued

Patients remaining-end of period:
Detoxification-opiates-------------------------------------------------------- 152 152
Detoxification-other--------------------------------------------------------- 44 44

Total detoxification------------------------------------------------------- 196 196

Methadone maintenance------------------------------------------------------ 128 128
Drug-free therapy------------------------------------------------------------ 681 681
Other modalities-------------------------------------------------------------- 54 54

Total patients remaining------------------------------------------------- 1, 059 1, 059

Patient days of care-------------------------------------------------------- 30, 899 62, 000
Average daily census--------------------------------------------------------- 997 1,000
Patients treated------------------------------------------------------------- 2, 452 3, 954
Average monthly turnover ate------------------------------------------------ 139. 7 144. 8
Operating beds (month-EOP) (YTD-average)--------------------------------- 1,171 1, 171

Bed occupancy rate---------------------------------------------------------- 85. 1 85.3

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):
304.0 and 304.1 (opium, opium derivatives, and synthetic analgesics)- 950 1, 922
304.2 (barbiturates)------------------------------------------------------- 67 132
3042 .(other hypnotics, sedatives, tranquilizers) --------------------------------26 61
304.4 (cocaine)--------------------------------- -------------------------- 15 33
304.5 (marijuana; hashish)------------------------------------------------- 12 37
304.6 (other psycho-stimulants)--------------------------------------------- 35 81
304.7 (hallucinogens)------------------------------------------------------ 11 25
304.8 (other)------------------------------------------------------------- 45 93

Alcohol patients admitted to DDTC-------------------------------------------- 252 536
Patients admitted with multiple drug use---------------------------------------- 407 826
Number admitted with service in:
Euop---------------------------------------------273 579
Vietnam-------------------------------------------------------------------- 612 1,277
United States only----------------------------------------------------------- 287 598
Number of ASMRO referrals------------------------------------------------------ 29 63
Patients with concurrent alcohol problem EOP--------------------------------------- 152 152





38

TABLE 3,d-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Contined

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS-Contiatted

Transition quarter to date 1976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 31, 1976 through
Aug. 31, 1976

I a patient Care-Continued

Applications for hospital care:
Pending determination eligibility-end of prior period------------------------------ 31 47
Received-------------------------------------------------------------- 1,920 3,948
In need of care- -- -- --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -----1,534 3,310
Not in need of care-------------------------------------------------------- 116 236
Cancelled or withdrawn--------------------------------------------------- 196 439
Legally ineligible---------------------------------------------------------- 15 26
Pending determination eligibility-end of period------------------------------- 54 54
Acceptance rate----------------------------------------------------- 9&.0 93.3


ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NONDRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTER ACTIvITY


Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period---------------------------------------------- 502. 479

Total gains----------------------------------------------------------------- 462 987

Losses:
Transfer to VA DDTC--------------------------------------------------------- 48 91
Referred to outside VA------------------------------------------------ -------- 12 13
All other------------------------------------------------------------------- 385 778

Total losses------------------------------------------------------------- 445 882

Patients remaining-end of period----------------------------------------------506 506
Patient days of care------------------------------------------------------------ 12,372 23,805
Average daily census------------------------------------------------------------- 399 384
Patients treated----------------------------------------------------------------- 951 1,,388
Average monthly turnover rate---------------------------------------------------- 111. 5 114. 8





39

TABLE 3,SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES

Transition quarter to date 1976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 31, 1976 1 through
Aug.31, 1976


Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period --------------------------------------- 8,097 7,911
Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------- 981 2,098
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,0.52 2,062
Outpatients remaining-end of period -------------------------------------------- 8,038 8,038
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 105,7,51 211,564


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTERS


Outpatient Care

Total outpatients remaining-end of prior period ---------------------------------- 7,431 7,282

Gains:
From station inpatient care ------------------------------------------------- 557 1,156
Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 27 42
To pre-bed care ----------------------------------------------------------- 47 148
To ambulatory care ----------------- -------------------------------------- 280 554

Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------- 911 1,900

Losses.
Treatment completed ------------------------------------------------------ 193 377
Treatment not completed -------------------------------------------------- 328 617
To station inpatient care --------------------------------------------------- 162 338
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 31 72
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 21 63
Patients rejecting care ----------------------------------------------------- 48 114
Disciplinary action -------------------------------------------------------- 87 133
Other -------------------------------------------------------------------- 34 87

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 904 1,801

Outpatient-, remaining-end of period:
Detoxification-opiates ---------------------------------------------------- 133 133
Detoxification-all other --------------------------------------------------- 4 4

Total detoxification ---------------------------------------------------- 137 137

Methadone maintenance ------------------------------------------------------- 4,421 4,421
Drug-free therapy ------------------------------------------------------------- 2,533 2,533
Other modalities -------------------------------------------------------------- 316 316





An
xW

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

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENTCANTERS-Continued

Transition quarter to date 1976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 31, 1976 through
Aug. 31, 1976

Outpatient Care-Continued

Total outpatients remaining ------------------------------------------------ 7,407 7,407

Remaining in ambulatory care EOP ------------------ --------------------------- 3,414 3,414
Different patients visiting ------------------------------------------------------ 7,162 13,973
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 104,194 208,287
Visits per patients per month --------------------------------------------------- 14.5 1.49

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):
304.0 and 304.1 (opium, opium derivative, and synthetic analgesics) --------------- 706 1,431
304.2 (barbiturates) -------------------------------------------------------- 30 55
304.3 (other hypnotics, sedatives, tranquilizers) ------------------------------- 15 49
304.4 (cocaine) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15
304.5 (marijuana, hashish) -------------------------------------------------- 6 30
304.6 (other psyco-stimulants) ---------------------------------------------- 13 27
304.7 (hallucinogens) ------------------------------------------------------- 8 9
304.8 (other) -------------------------------------------------------------- 12 15

Alcohol patients admitted to DDTC ------------- -------------------------------- 110 258
Patients admitted with multiple drug use ----------------------------------------- 231 442
Number admitted with service in:
Europe ------------------------------------------------------------------- ISO 346
Vietnam ------------------------------------------------------------------ 451 903
United States only --------------------------------------------------------- 208 404

Referrals from outside --------------------------------------------------------- 60 128
Patients with concurrent alcohol problem EOP ------------------------------------ 666 666
Recidivism for VA drug care:
I time ------------------------------------------------------------------- 330 619
2 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 137 319
3 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 79 171
4 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 35 70
5 or more times ----------------------------------------------------------- 33 70
Total recidivists (recidivism includes inpatients and outpatient) ------------ 614 1,249

Outreach contacts:
Direct ------------------------------------------------------------------- 4,113 8, 049
On behalf of patient ------------------------------------------------------- 9,452 17,078

Total outreach contacts --------------------------------- 7 - - - - - - - 13,565 25,127

Followup contacts ------------------------------------------------------------- 3,073 6, 16;-)





41

TABLE 3w,-SUMMARY OF VA DRUG DEPENDENCE PROGRAM-Continued

ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NON DRUG DEPENDENCE TREATMENT CENTER ACTIVITY

Transition quarter to date 1976

July 1, 19)76
Aug. 31, 1976 through
Aug. 31, 1976


Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior peid--------------------666 629

Total gains------------------------------------------------------------------- 70 198

Losses:
Transfer to VA DDTC----------------------------------------------------- 11 62
Referred to outside VA------------------------------------------------------ 3 3
All other----------------------------------------------------------------- 134 196

Total losses----------------------------------------------------------- 148 261

Outpatients remaining-end of period--------------------------------------------- 631 631
Visits md----------------------------- ---1,557 3,277





42

TABLE 4.-SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL -DEPENDKNCE .TREATMENT PROGRAM

ACTIVITY
VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES


Transition quarter to date 1976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 31, 1976 through
Aug. 31, 1976


Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period-------------------------------------- --- 7,034 7,425
Total gains--------------------------------------------------------------------- 7,967 1I5, 803
Total losses-------------------------------------------------------------------- 7, 847 15, 847
Patients remaining-end of period------------------------------------------------- 7, 264 71,264
Patients days of care----------------------------------------------------------- 217, 867 433,975
Average daily census------------------------------------------------------------ 7,028 7,000
Patients treated---------------------------------------------------------------- 1, 11 23, 111

Average monthly turnover rate---------------------------------------------------- 111. 7 113. 2


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY


Inpatient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period-------------------------------------------- 2,468 2,545

Gains:
From station outpatient care-ambulatory care---------------------------------- 235 4481
From station outpatient care-other-------------------------------------------- 388 731

Total from station outpatient care------------------------------------------ 623 1,179

Transfer from other VA facility------------------------------------------------ 147 245
Referred from outside VA----------------------------------------------------- 193 480
All other------------------------------------------------------------------ 2,694 5,319

Total gains------------------------------------------------------------- 3,657 7,223

Losses:
Treatment completed-------------------------------------------------------- 1,208 2,426
Treatment not comp~leted----------------------------------------------------- 312 622
To station outpatient care---------------------------------------------------- 1,344 2,719
Transfer to other VA facility--------------------------------------------------- 115 235
Referred outside VA---------------------------------------------------------- 33 66
Patients rejecting care-------------------------------------------------------- 278 548
Disciplinary action----------------------------------------------------------- 39 93
Other---------------------------------------------------------------------- 238 441

Total los~ses------------------------------------------------------------- 3,567 7,150

Patients remaining-end of p~eriod------------------------------------------------- 2,538 2,558
Patient day of care------------------------------------------------------------- 79, 597 157, 888
Average daily census------------------------------------------------------------ 2,568 2,547
Patients treated----------------------------------------------------------------- 6,125 9,708
Average monthly turnover rate---------------------------------------------------- 138.9 140.4
Operating beds (raonth-EOP) (YTD.-A-verage)----------------------------------- 2, 805 2, 774
Bed occupancy rnte-------------------------------------------------------------- 91.6 91.8





43

TABLE 1.-SUMMARY OF VA ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE TREATMENT PROGRAM

ACTIVITY-Continued

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT 'UNITY ACTIVITY-C(ontiiut d

Transition quarter to date 1.976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 51, 1976 through
Aug. 31, 1976


Inpatient Care-Continued

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):305
291 (Alcoholic psychosis)--------------------------------------------------- 304 5874
303 (Alcoholism)--------------------------------------------------------- 3,4 ,4
309. 13 (nonpsychotic organic brain syndrome with alcohol) -------------------------162 331
Drug patients admitted to ATU---------------------------------------------------- 18 28

Admissions by period of service:1,4332
World War II-------------------------------------------------------------- 1,693 3
Korea---------------------------------------------------------------------- 687 1,300
Vietnam era----------------------------------------------------------------- 704 1,347
Other---------------------------------------------------------------------- 617 1, 184

Patients with concurrent drug problem EOP------------------------------------------ 40 40
Applications for hospital care pending determination eligiblity- end of prior period -- 14 43

Received------------------------------------------------------------------ 4,999 9,809
In need of care------------------------------------------------------------- 3,998 7,836
Not in need of care----------------------------------------------------------- 834 1,660
Cancelled or withdrawn------------------------------------------------------- 219 422
Legally ineligible-------------------------------------------------------------- 2 3
Pending determination eligibility------------------------------------------------ 20 20
Acceptance rate--------------------------------------------------------- 82.7 82.5


ALL OTHERS VA FACILITIES-NONALCOIIOLISM TREATMENT 'UNIT ACTIVITY


In patient Care

Patients remaining-end of prior period-------------------------------------------- 4, 566 4,880

Total gains--------------------------------------------------------------------- 4, 310 8, 580

Losses:
Transfer to VA ATU--------------------------------------------------------- 424 973
Referred outside VA---------------------------------------------------------- 142 250
All other------------------------------------------------------------------ 3, 714 7,474

Total lossecs---------------------------------4,280 8,697

Patients remaining-end of period------------------------------------------------- 4, 706 4,706
Patient days of care------------------------------------------------------------ 138, 270 276, 087
Average daily census------------------------------------------------------------- 4,460 4,45:3
Patients treated----------------------------------------------------------------8,960 13, 403

Average monthly turnover rate---------------------------------------------- 96~r. 0 97. 7



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44

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

VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL SERVICES

Transition quarter to date 1976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 31, 1976 through
Aug. 31, 1976

Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period --------------------------------------- 24,754 24,539
Total gains ------------------------------------------------------------------- 2,988 5,833
Total losses ------------------------------------------------------------------- 2,616 5,024
Outpatients remaining-end of period -------------------------------------------- 24,672 24,672
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 29,419 57, 024z


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION AWOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY


Outpatient Care

Outpatients remaining-end of prior period --------------------------------------- 15,751 15,352

Gains:
From station inpatient care ------------------------------------------------- 1,293 2,602
Transfer from other VA facility --------------------------------------------- 14 44
To pre-bed care ----------------------------------------------------------- 187 384
To ambulatory care -------------------------------------------------------- 328 604

Total gains ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,822 3,634

Losses:
Treatment completed ------------------------------------------------------ 516 920
Treatment not completed --------------------------------------------------- 404 702
To station inpatient care --------------------------------------------------- 447 835
Transfer to other VA facility ------------------------------------------------ 60 106
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 64 113
Patients rejecting care ----------------------------------------------------- 181 355
Disciplinary -------------------------------------------------------------- 25 46
Other -------------------------------------------------------------------- 82 115

Total 1,779 3,192

Outpatients remaining-end of 15,794 15,794
Remaining, in ambulatory care EOP --------------------------------------------- 1,567 1,567
Different patients visiting ------------------------------------------------------ 6,724 13,558
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 19,076 37,037
Visits per patient per mouth ---------------------------------------------------- 2.8 2.7

Diagnosis of patients admitted (by ICDA code):
291 (alcoholic psychosis) --------------------------------------------------- 29 44
303 (alcoholism) ----------------------------------------------------------- 1,734 3,480
309.13 (nonpsychotic organic brain syndrome with alcohol) --------------------- 50 95
Drug patients admitted to ATU ------------------------------------------------- 9 15





45

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


VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION ALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY-Continued


Transition qvarter to date 1976

July 1, 1976
Aug. 31, 1976 through
Aug. 31, 1976


Outpatient Care-Continued

Admissions by period of service:
World War 11 ------------------------------------------------------------- 855 1,687
Korea -------------------------------------------------------------------- 384 774
Vietnam era -------------------------------------------------------------- 400 742
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 219 467
Patients with concurrent drug problem EPO -------------------------------------- 47 47
Referrals from outside VA ------------------------------------------------------ 160 309
Recidivism for VA alcohol care
I time ------------------------------------------------------------------- 728 1,416
2 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 319 663
3 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 159 349
4 times ------------------------------------------------------------------- 120 235
5 or more times ----------------------------------------------------------- 269 582

Total recidivists (recidivism includes both inpatient and outpatient care) ------- 1,595 3,245

Outreach contracts:
Direct ------------------------------------------------------------------- 6,805 13,548
On behalf of patient ------------------------------------------------------- 5,670 11,301

Total outreach contacts ------------------------------------------------ 12,475 24,849

Followup contacts ------------------------------------------------------------- 5,420 11,537


ALL OTHER VA FACILITIES-NONALCOHOLISM TREATMENT UNIT ACTIVITY


Outpatient Care

Outpatient remaining-end of prior period ---------------------------------------- 9,003 9,187

Total gains -------------------------------------------------------------------- 1,166 2,199

Losses:
Transfer to VA DDrc ----------------------------------------------------- 86 147
Referred outside VA ------------------------------------------------------- 51 114
All other ----------------------------------------------------------------- 706 1,571

Total losses ----------------------------------------------------------- 837 1,832

Outpatient remaining-end of period --------------------------------------------- 8,879 8,878
Visits made ------------------------------------------------------------------- 10,343 19,087





46

TABLE 5,--EDUCATIONAL 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 ----------------------------------------- 789,433 423,230 299,056 67,147

2 Alabama: Montgomery ------------------------------ 22,195 12,655 7,914 1,626
3 Alaska: Juneau ------------------------------------- 1,139 19 911 209
4 Arizona: Phoenix ----------------------------------- 20,696 16,341 3,545 810
5 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------------------------- 13,191 5,359 6,890 942
6 California: Los Angeles ------------------------------ 25,247 13,844 10,018 1, 385

7 San Diego ------------------------------- 16,734 11,777 4,587 370
8 San Francisco ---------------------------- 24,759 12,644 10,079 2,036
9 Colorado: Denver ----------------------------------- 14,562 8,612 5,198 7,52
10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------------------------- 6,587 1,556 3,487 1,544
11 Delaware: Wilmington ------------------------------ 1,769 846 788 135
12 District of Columbia: Washington -------------------- 15,098 5,334 8,942 '822

13 Florida: St. Petersburg ------------------------------ 42,921 24,992 15,721 2,208
14 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------------------------- 23,581 9,131 12,766 1,684
15 Hawaii: Honolulu ----------------------------------- 7,107 4,409 2,282 416
16 Idaho: Boise --------------------------------------- 4,275 2,585 1,350 340
17 Illinois: Chicago ------------------------------------ 34,738 21,655 10,619 2,464
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------------------- 18,254 8,708 7,408 2,138

19 Iowa: Des Moines ---------------------------------- 10,188 3,974 5,472 742
20 Kansas: Wichita ----------------------------------- 9,695 5, 856 3,238 601
21 Kentucky: Louisville -------------------------------- 16,193 11,067 4,142 984
22 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------------------------- 15,113 7,694 5,422 1,997
23 Maine: Togus -------------------------------------- 3,372 1,263 1,272 837
24 Maryland: Baltimore -------------------------------- 6,864 2,728 3,521 615

25 Massachusetts: Boston ------------------------------ 10,474 5,673 4,026 775
26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------------------------- 2 6, 0 5 1 13,026 10,989 2,036
27 Minnesota: St. Paul --------------------------------- 9,643 1,042 7,064 1,537
28 Mississippi: Jackson -------------------------------- 8,827 4,334 3,471 1,022
29 ivlissouri: St. Louis --------------------------------- 25,844 15,719 8,389 1,736
30 Montana: Fort Harrison ----------------------------- 2,008 335 1,075 598

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------------------------- 7,457 3,351 3,131 975
32 Nevada: Reno ------------------------------------- 3,835 2,587 1,082 166
33 New Hampshire: 'Manchester ------------------------ 3,008 1,631 1,069 308
34 New Jersey: Newark -------------------------------- 11,062 2,027 7,773 1,262
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque --------------------------- 6,657 4,018 2,345 294
36 New York: Buffalo --------------------------------- 11,991 5,252 4,731 2,008





47

FOR VETERANS AND SERVICEMEN

August 1976 Training activity

Terminated During August 1976 Transition quarter to date 1976
(July-Auguist 1976)
Item
No.

Entitlement Original Termi- Original T(rmiTotal exhausted entrances Reentrlnces nations entrances Reentrances nations



5, 808, 373 477, 977 43, 866 241,359 233, 241 86, 287 449, 564 603, 278 1

99, 888 9, 967 839 3, 942 3, 828 1,726 7, 937 15, 168 2
12,692 469 213 489 460 369 686 1,054 3
81, 638 7, 539 791 3, 541 2, 765 1, 252 10, 062 10, 654 4
45, 009 5,120 474 2, 071 1,426 828 4,183 4, 762 5
445, 203 44, 105 2, 528 22, 759 20, 197 5, 152 43, 126 42, 889 6

96,919 7,270 1,446 5, 489 4,514 2, 575 10,920 10,500 7
336,610 34,325 2,271 16, 515 12,019 4, 1:17 26,616 25,668 8
112,404 7,829 819 4,548 5,314 1,590 7,613 15,356 9
65, 487 5, 285 334 3, 261 1,706 638 5,629 4,910 10
15,910 834 88 987 704 199 1,397 1,634 11
250,003 9,446 4,491 9,641 14,544 10,631 21,798 34,918 12

221,737 18,634 2,299 9,953 12,684 4,511 18,043 29,470 13
134,624 10,809 902 3,534 5,259 1,804 6,810 13,592 14
48,813 3,475 774 1,241 2,228 1,519 4,532 6,512 15
19,759 1,683 207 704 511 384 1,537 1,387 16
256, 365 22, 256 1,408 7, 587 8, 457 2, 734 15, 155 25, 176 17
98,438 6,888 712 2,910 3,097 1,251 5, 767 7,180 18

59,371 5, 115 386 1,595 1,758 887 3,134 4,139 19
55,650 4,364 571 2,004 1,552 1,196 4,274 3,519 20
70, 053 4,749 669 1,394 2, 212 1,307 5, 205 8, 162 21
83,513 8,581 625 1,556 3,329 1,218 4,052 7,821 22
27, 936 1,720 261 2, 129 1, 053 432 2, 997 3, 127 23
64, 285 3,829 435 3, 116 1,654 799 5,827 4,484 24

132,526 10,879 728 7, 398 5,852 1,389 11,662 11,888 25
223, 336 17, 292 1, 153 10, 313 10, 542 2, 060 17, 359 26, 132 26
102, 166 11,095 510 3, 620 3, 086 893 7, 368 8,061 27
40, 504 3, 101 468 1,420 1, 476 881 2, 938 4, 601 28
138,593 10,2S0 951 4, 705 5, 031 1,947 11,022 14,602 29
21,474 1,892 152 817 491 227 1,267 1,524 30

44,107 3, 911 336 1,856 1,993 649 3,454 4, 265 31
20, 067 1,377 207 784 807 365 1,838 2, 333 32
22, 643 1,214 137 1,314 732 306 1,861 2, 798 33
125, 430 7, 605 563 6,612 4,735 1,091 9,727 11,589 34
35, 222 3, 284 265 1,097 865 440 2, 649 3, 261 35
99,505 7,446 462 4, 633 3, 035 962 7,510 8,044 36





AQ
XUR

TABLE 5.-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Training status at end of

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

37 New York: New York ------------------------------ 18, 64f 7,908 9,027 1,712
38 North Carolina: 31,259 18,442 10,173 2,644
39 North Dakota* Fargo ------------------------------- 4,577 989 2,847 741
40 Ohio: Cleveland ------------------------------------ 25,181 10,842 11,367 2,972
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------------------------- 18,727 13,165 4,958 604
42 Oregon: Portland ----------------------------------- 7,687 4,294 2,096 1,297

43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia -------------------------- 16,516 4,447 9,763 2,306
44 Pittsburgh ---------------------------- 11,020 4,283 4,957 1,780
45 Philippine Islands: Manila --------------------------- 1,786 1,542 243 1
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan ------------------------------ 7,011 5,222 1,774 15
47 Rhode Island: Providence --------------------------- 5,293 3,361 1,307 625
48 South Carolina: Columbia --------------------------- 16,381 9,006 5,964 1,411

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls --------------------------- 3,663 1,767 1,469 427
50 Tennessee: Nashville -------------------------------- 20,886 12,209 6,783 1,884
51 Texas: Houston ------------------------------------ 26,778 19,518 5,670 1,590
52 Waco --------------------------------------- 32,679 24,508 7,035 1,136
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ------------------------------- 5,551 3,640 1,403 508
54 Vermont: White River Junction ---------------------- 1,209 427 433 349

55 Virginia: Roanoke ---------------------------------- 17,456 8,843 6,807 1,806
56 Washington: Seattle -------------------------------- 13,562 6,782 5,377 1,403
57 West Virginia: Huntington --------------------------- 6,996 3,997 1,738 1,261
58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ------------------------------ 13,598 4,958 6,599 2,041
59 Wyoming: Cheyenne -------------------------------- 1,835 1,036 539 260
1 1 1





49

FOR VETERANS AND SERVICEMEN-Continued


August 1976 Training activity


Terminated During August 1976 Transition quarter to date 1976
(July-August 1976) Ie
No.

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



239,756 18,852 648 11,474 11,452 1,629 18,112 23, 148 :37
138, 316 12, 120 1, 388 4, 998 7, 030 2, 589 8, 849 18, 099 38
23, 772 2,5319 254 1, 188 1, 267 497 1, 987 2,5304 39
234, 064 16, 263 980 7,112 8,433 2,014 13, 117 20, 278 40
81, 753 7, 742 737 2, 918 2, 176 1, 291 6, 484 7, 372 41
77, 200 8, 220 492 3, 184 3, 201 812 4, 842 6, 039 42

158,540 11,347 917 6,212 6,677 1,602 8,811 13,207 43
83, 020 5, 171 493 2, 866 2, 390 838 6, 093 6, 749 44
8, 973 1,5397 112 343 276 385 1,123 743 43
34, 626 6, 83 7 1354 1, 106 1, 733 347 4, 268 3,21.3 46
39, 723 2, 5320 134 1, 569 1, 209 320 3, 368 4, 161 47
79, 247 5, 738 722 3, 007 3, 704 1, 291 3, 800 9, 992 48

19, 212 1, 718 203 551 569 338 1, 138 1, 829 49
105, 771 9, 9 13 810 3, 050 3, 828 1, 466 6, 182 10, 962 50
135, 119 11, 181 1,248 4, 914 4, 714 1,968 10, 652 17, 070 3 1
202, 220 15, 820 1, 790 14, 486 8, 037 4, 237 24, 138 30, 870 32
40,631 4,342 192 1,3594 1,502 410 3, 132 4,403 3
8, 247 7335 45 297 208 96 338 591 54

93,411 6,244 843 4,242 4,418 1, 570 6,703 11,042 55
145, 648 11, 104 1, 198 6, 134 6, 3352 2,300 9,323 14, 888 56
33,529 2,379 354 1, 114 1,143 646 2,37S 3,941 537
104, 780 10, 881 604 3, 230 2, 643 1, 092 5, 860 6, 866 58
8,933 822 71 1M 139 160 C68 581 59





F11

TABLE 6,-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 ----------------------------------------- 62,703 7,955 54,748 1,856

2 Alabama: Montgomery ----------------------------- 914 235 679 124
3 Alaska: Juneau ------------------------------------ 405 2 403 ------ -----4 Arizona: Phoenix ----------------------------------- 1,131 44 1,087 97
5 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------------------------ 363 47 316 -----------6 California: Los Angeles ----------------------------- 3,243 488 2,755 5

7 San Diego ------------------------------- 2,844 258 2,586 6
8 San Francisco ---------------------------- 4,827 646 4,181 15
9 Colorado: Denver ---------------------------------- 2,212 779 1,433 155
10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------------------------ 686 ------------ 686 -----------11 Delaware: Wilmington ------------------------------- 192 ------------ 192 -------12 District of Columbia: Wasliington-------------------- 5,446 325 5,121 188

13 Florida: St. Petersburg ------------------------------ 3,872 262 3,610 2
14 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------------------------- 890 164 726 31
15 Hawaii: Honolulu ---------------------------------- 1,599 35 1,564 187
16 Idaho: Boise ---------------------------------------- 553 7 546 -----------17 Illinois: Chicago ------------------------------------ 2,202 445 1,757 9
18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------------------- 381 59 322 2

19 Iowa: Des Moines ---------------------------------- 121 63 58 -----------20 Kansas: 1,203 173 1,030 319
21 Kentucky: Louisville ------------------------------- 503 51 452 3
22 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------------------------- 424 20 404 5
23 Maine: Togus -------------------------------------- 422 17 405
24 IVlaryland: Baltimore ------------------------------- 779 26 753 -----------25 Massachusetts: Bo,,ton ------------------------------ 658 43 615 78
26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------------------------- 942 131 811 6
27 Minnesota: St. Paul -------------------------------- 145 1 144 -----------28 Mississippi: Jackson -------------------------------- 1,070 26 1,044 21
29 .\Iissouri: St. Louis --------------------------------- 1,865 1,268 597 69
30 Montana: Fort 360 ------------ 360 2

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------------------------- 523 32 491 12
32 Nevada: 335 4 331 -----------33 New Hampshire: Manchester ------------------------ 207 8 199 -----------34 New Jersey: Newark -------------------------------- 1,301 43 1,258 41
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque -------------------------- 613 51 562 1
36 New York: 404 17 387 14
Footnote at end of table.




51


FOR SERVICEMEN


of August 1976 Training activity

Termmiitaed During August 1976 Transition quarter to date
(July-Aug__st 1976) Item
~N}.

Entitlement Original Terini- Original TeriniTot al exhausted entrances Reentrances nations entrances leoent rances nation679, 334 2, 128 12, 442 23, 189 38, 819 27, 903 47, 518 86, 210 1

11,437 28 211 484 508 431 1,012 1,618 2
4, 738 13 166 140 301 288 217 534 3
6,953 24 122 119 274 187 188 464 4
3,505 45 28 56 79 45 131 181 5
51,559 1,015 1,000 3, 408 4, 600 1, 984 5, 922 8, 393 6

26,065 14 840 865 1,666 1,372 1,680 3, 067 7
30, 921 44 528 567 1,459 1, 141 1, 143 2, 689 S
21,302 26 286 571 1, 485 642 1, 162 2, 460 9
2,993 4 15 28 44 3 5 38 126 10
1,431 3 35 43 96 44 65 146 11
148, 738 272 4, 135 6, 921 11, 654 9, 793 14, 453 25, 524 12

20, 372 41 377 409 757 1, 82) ], 093 2, 070 13
14, 011 30 168 316 426 376 628 1, 160 14
25, 165 16 570 694 1,560 1, 162 1, 501 3, 441 15
1,537 5 41 12 47 98 17 ,7 16
20, 103 48 295 706 1, 332 620 1,445 2, 885 17
4, 678 12 75 307 369 103 423 572 18

1,226 6 8 25 27 18 37 72 19
8, 728 17 147 291 649 432 466 952 20
9, 908 7 168 168 369 352 476 934 21
6, 013 5 47 80 159 141 173 489 22
2, 402 4 33 75 94 69 125 190 23
6, 466 23 55 172 250 131 292 5SS 24

7,719 10 99 162 282 233 519 867 25
8, 665 23 78 348 379 170 635 1 117 26
1,838 5 4 6 24 7 16 4S 27
4, 485 4 72 83 136 171 172 439 2S
19, 068 27 223 1, 570 1,880 500 2, 687 4, 734 29
1,976 1 8 12 44 24 36 116 30

7,184 10 43 132 152 111 306 573 31
1, 289 3 19 13 34 43 24 79 32
2, 469 5 27 28 63 57 81 172 33
6, 409 9 92 61 169 182 139 410 34
4, 384 9 34 89 112 66 167 301 35
2,8 40 4 19 63 91 60 98 187 36







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52

TABLE 6.-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Training status at end

In training

Item Regional office
No.
Not leading
toa
Total College standard Prep I
college
degree



37 New York: New York------------------------------------817 22 795 -----------38 North Carolina: Winstoi-Salem- .... ................... 2,215 61 2, 154 15
39 North I)akota: Fargo ------------------------------- 658 14 644 28
40 Ohio: Cleveland-- 754 28 726 2
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ----------------------------------- 924 332 592 1
42 Oregon: Portland 163 4 159

43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia ------------------ 1,048 69 979 1
44 Pittsburgh ---- ... .. . .. .85 12 73 -----------45 Philippine Island: Manila 234 1 233 124
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan -------------------------------- 66 22 44 3
47 Rhode Island: Providence .... .. ............ 150 3 147
48 1 South Carolina: Columbia_. ...... .... -.- --- 1,631 133 1, 498 60

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls ..... 338 19 319 47
50 Tennessee: Nashville_- ..----------------------------- 412 23 389 10
51 Texas: Ilouston ------------------------------------ 1,030 151 879 26
52 Waco ------------------------------- 2,370 321 2,049 57
53 Utah: Salt Lake City---------- 767 567 200
54 Vermont: W hite River Junction .. .......................25 3 22

55 Virginia: Roanoke- 3, 017 329 2, 688 44
56 Washingron: Seattle --------------------------------- 1,992 48 1,944 46
57 West Virginia: Huntington ------------- 62 1 61 -----------58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee------------------------------------145 17 128
59 W yom ing: Cheyenne ................................ 165 5 160

1Data included in college or not leading to a standard college degree.





53

FOR SERVICEMEN-Continued


of August 1976 Training activity

Ttrminatcd During August 1976 Transition quarter to dat o
(July-August 1976)

Elltitlenient Original Termi- Original TermiTt, I exhausted entrances Ieentrances nations entrances Reentr:ances nation





7, 558 44 19 128 154 60 243 440 37
16, 028 16 432 382 9 75 801 745 1, 845 3s
4, 065 9 62 72 154 132 190 379 39
11, 235 16 28 82 122 59 15(0 329 40
9,386 20 106 232 453 179 386 748 41
1,396 4 8 7 14 11 10 .35 42

4,884 11 101 94 109 178 148 348 43
1,328 2 10 27 28 18 44 64 44
5,961 8 67 134 202 241 316 559 45
1,816 3 6 25 47 26 49 93 46
3, 404 9 8 39 27 15 66 75 47
11, 536 15 168 263 555 350 560 1, 150 48

1,988 8 32 48 77 55 89 176 4)
6,068 22 114 120 263 185 319 588 50
9, 815 20 87 243 333 167 458 753 51
38, 105 42 377 1, 100 1, 770 1, 887 3, 635 6, 365 52
3, 742 6 35 141 160 78 680 367 53
234 1 2 2 5 3 3 9 54

17, 784 13 264 402 520 483 654 1, 480 55
21, 163 37 437 608 1,222 1,028 1, 169 2,619 56
631 3 2 3 8 2 3 14 57
1,837 6 5 13 35 19 30 78 58
793 1 4 15 9 4 31 59





54

TABLE 7.-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANT

Sons and daughters

Training status at end of August 1976 Training

In training Terminated During August 1976 Fiscal

Item Regional office___d-Nting tile_ n Orig- _- __.-_e,
No. INot
lead- Ening Ititle- Orig- Ter- OrigTotal College to a Total ment inal Reen- mina- ial stand- ex- en- trances tions enard hausted trances trances
college
degree


I Total -------------------- 26,572 23,937 2,429 175,032 22,514 3,115 12,146 8,483 5,360

2 Alabama: Montgomery --------- 904 709 190 3, 958 548 117 247 208 194
3 Alaska: Juneau -------------------- --1- 1 118 6 9 1 1
4 Arizona: Phoenix------------ 1,062 1,020 i 34 2,927 381 77 180 116 126
5 Arkansas: Little Rock -- --------- 715 609 103 2,359 286 69 156 102 120
6 California: Los Angeles --------- 434 386 48 9,735 1,340 98 599 415 171

7 San Diego ----------- 489 471 16 1, 839 182 63 186 125 109
8 San Francisco ------- 475 443 27 8,957 1,293 89 625 349 162
9 Colorado: )enver -------------- 446 395 47 3, 097 335 54 182 153 84
10 Connecticut: Hartford -------------48 24 19 1,449 167 15 133 90 32
11 Delaware: Wilmington 10 6 4 365 31 7 31 18 11
12 District of Columbia: Wash- 352 337 13 2,902 360 24 119 93 57
ington.

13 Florida: St. Petersburg --------- 1,991 1,778 200 10,009 1, 186 222 671 491 404
14 Georgia: Atlanta-- 938 612 312 1 5,098 729 123 308 305 204
15 Hawaii: Honolulu .............-230 218 10 675 89 6 16 13 27
16 Idaho: Boise---- 155 148 6 676 87 15 24 15 23
17 Illinois: Chicago -----------456 437 16 3,358 559 45 125 141 70
18 Indiana: Indianapolis------------ 333 299 31 2,116 296 33 84 57 56

19 Iowa: Des Moincs ------------ 219 200 17 1,576 196 23 106 91 44
20 Kansas: Wichita-....-344 316 26 1,985 315 37 76 23 66
21 Kentucky: Louisville ------------ 728 672 52 2,186 316 52 69 59 110
22 Louisiana: New Orleans --------- 694 613 75 3,071 535 61 82 117 108
23 Maine: Togus-------...........-57 44 11 1,077 95 41 145 53 59
24 Maryland: Baltinor-- -156 131 22 1,416 113 21 125 59 39

25 Massachusetts: Boston-- 185 150 31 5,550 639 98 653 456 158
26 Michigan: Detroit ---------------470 436 29 4, 689 607 52 417 261 83
27 Minnesota: St. Paul ------------- 113 34 74 2, 849 278 26 186 107 53
28 Mississippi: Jackson ---------- 502 449 44 2, 375 333 47 137 99 83
29 Missouri: St. Louis- -- 647 619 23 2,774 393 50 111 92 92
30 Montana: Fort Harrison ------- i 21 15 6 669 72 6 58 26 14

31 Nebraska: Lincoln ------------ 278 271 6 1,359 221 20 88 88 37
32 Nevada: Reno------------------ 99 95 4 269 27 5 18 16 7
33 New Hampshire: Mauchester- 31 27 2 800 69 14 41 13 24
34 New Jersey: Newark ---------- 95 63 30 2,392 224 24 292 189 50
35 New Mexico: Albuquerque-. 465 414 49 1,790 251 40 65 54 64
36 New York: Buffalo ----------- 303 288 10 3,290 311 42 298 155 83





55

FOR DEPENDENTS


Wives and widows

activity Training status at end of August 1976 Training activity

year 1976 In training Terminated During August 1976 (July-August 1976)
(July-August) Item
No.
Not
lead- EnTermi- T olleg ing title- Orig- Ter- Orig- TerReen- na- Total e to a Total ment inal Reen- mina- inal Reen- minatrances tons stand- ex- en- trances tions en- trances tions
ard hausted trances trances
college
degree


23, 765 22, 437 6, 151 4, 690 1, 436 33, 293 1,307 536 2, 298 1, 715 988 4, 443 5, 017 1

460 686 239 138 98 938 57 13 61 49 23 117 178 2
16 11 1 1 27 1 1 1 1 3 2 3
635 626 318 307 11 719 34 25 52 37 36 169 169 4
413 431 160 119 40 510 22 8 35 13 22 85 82 5
1,098 823 148 122 26 2,362 128 22 190 140 50 383 328 6

398 265 177 167 10 670 36 14 67 41 25 149 109 7
990 734 182 161 21 2, 115 I 125 30 196 104 .57 335 288 8
336 536 79 67 12 683 34 10 52 34 14 71 132 9
215 152 12 6 6 140 1 3 20 4 5 31 16 10
43 32 7 5 2 60 ------- -----------9 2 15 6 11
396 321 81 60 21 622 20 10 25 26 16 62 80 12


1, 132 1,442 694 533 161 2,500 97 55 220 206 112 402 08 13
461 751 294 113 178 1,253 61 25 56 61 37 97 155 14
161 144 63 59 3 163 7 3 2 8 7 44 46 15
100 61 25 23 2 109 5 3 6 6 4 12 13 16
299 367 95 81 14 537 19 7 17 24 12 44 68 17
196 136 42 27 15 337 2 2 14 8 6 26 33 18

217 191 19 16 3 200 6 1 14 7 3 23 15 19
242 112 48 43 5 306 11 4 17 12 6 33 25 20
364 415 90 79 9 308 7 5 7 8 9 33 42 21
309 425 146 92 51 645 36 7 22 27 20 46 80 22
214 125 15 9 185 3 3 25 7 4 34 24 23
245 141 36 26 10 268 6 4 28 12 8 51 29 24

867 632 31 483 14 10 58 37 15 87 66 25
614 616 90 781 11 807 30 10 56 52 16 100 143 26
333 255 16 6 9 233 5 14 8 8 28 15 27
291 309 96 80 16 434 17 3 20 15 12 38 60 28
451 405 117 101 16 459 1725 18 11 65 72 29
77 66 2 1 1 104 6 1 6 4 1 9 14 30
226 243 23 23 2 162 2 2 11 13 4 15 20 :31
73 77 44 44 ------- 87 3 6 2 8 26 25 32
72 47 7 6 1 118 2 4 4 3 7 6 14 33
418 335 281 17 11 460 13 4 61 36 9 83 79 34
263 317 80 66 14 331 14 ( 8 8 7 47 48 35
495 345 291 24 5 324 9 7 21 23 12 46 48 36

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56

TABLE 7,-EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE

Sons and daughters

Training status at end of August 1976 Training

In training Terminated During August 1976 Fiscal
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 trances trances
college
degree


37 New York: New York --------- 212 190 21 5,457 604 28 426 388 75
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem- 1,049 994 50 4,707 598 132 350 271 210
39 North Dakota: Fargo ---------- 69 57 6 637 90 12 82 69 19
40 Ohio: Cleveland --------------- 337 286 47 4,812 614 60 277 236 88
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ---------- 1,069 985 79 3,345 504 94 159 90 476
42 Oregon: Portland -------------- 171 159 10 2,136 272 33 193 182 51

43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia ----- 279 233 44 3,818 425 76 441 359 112
44 Pittsburgh ------ 240 188 50 2,170 184 44 147 88 73
45 Philippine Islands: Manila ----- 1,290 1,169 121 9,543 1,088 102 393 99 161
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan --------- 1,065 980 84 3,118 703 28 165 122 50
47 Rhode Island: Providence ------ 64 47 15 1,375 102 18 106 44 32
48 South Carolina: Columbia ------ 434 392 34 2,255 329 54 146 105 97

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls ----- 110 106 3 484 59 15 13 11 22
50 Tennessee: Nashville ---------- 555 494 59 3,278 492 61 168 126 98
51 Texas: Houston --------------- 991 968 17 4,381 625 78 240 200 125
52 Waco ----------------- 2,265 2,156 99 8,936 1,208 270 929 427 433
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ---------- 160 157 3 1,494 214 11 113 53 24
54 Vermont: White River Jet ----- 50 49 ------- 425 35 9 73 61 20

55 Virginia: Roanoke ------------- 715 678 25 3,769 480 92 395 340 158
56 Washington: Seattle ----------- 364 331 32 4,827 451 90 475 462 150
57 West Virginia: Huntington----- 233 218 13 1,297 167 27 64 40 52
58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee --------- 335 305 27 2,780 364 55 125 57 94
59 Wyoming: Cheyenne ---------- 69 66 2 233 36 10 4 3 15





57

FOR DEPENDENTS-Continued

Wives and widows

activity Training status at end of August 1976 Training activity

year 1976 In training Terminated During August 1976 (July-August 1976)
(July-August) Itm
No No.
Not
lead- En
Termi- ing title- Orig- Ter- Orig- TerRecln- na- Total Collegel to a Total ment inal Reen- mina- inal Reen- minatrances tions stand. ex- en- trances tions en- trances tions
ard hausted trances trances
college
degree


682 658 35 26 9 727 19 8 71 65 19 115 136 37
644 736 257 177 74 994 33 22 67 64 36 111 163 38
118 110 7 5 2 65 2 5 5 2 9 10 39
543 525 71 5,5 16 715 22 4 40 38 12 68 94 40
504 519 263 241 21 683 34 19 29 16 28 89 90 41
253 278 46 37 8 389 13 5 32 25 17 53 49 42

581 526 25 11 14 380 6 5 38 33 6 51 59 43
295 229 32 20 12 230 5 6 19 11 8 34 31 44
1,018 182 77 32 45 1,995 32 4 19 15 7 47 31 45
905 657 284 115 169 690 59 9 24 36 24 99 117 46
205 136 11 10 1 170 2 1 14 7 3 29 26 47
321 283 139 87 52 491 13 9 30 28 12 71 78 48

67 69 6 5 1 82 4 1 1 3 11 5 6 49
314 377 119 83 36 590 29 3 33 25 11 56 63 50
552 706 299 265 34 1,028 38 21 56 48 37 135 189 51
1,594 1,709 609 538 70 1,976 71 61 227 109 105 384 453 52
178 171 22 20 2 203 4 2 16 13 4 24 37 53
92 85 3 2 1 39 13 .------ 1 4 3 54

662 722 133 101 32 697 13 16 53 50 26 92 135 55
584 759 113 89 24 1,001 35 11 67 53 25 95 149 56
158 186 35 27 8 188 10 7 9 8 9 20 39 57
310 209 22 17 5 270 12 4 18 8 7 32 26 58
35 31 7 6 1 31 19 -- 1 5 1 59







TABLE &-VOCATIONAL

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

1 Total ----------------------------- 111,642 8,299 2,683 540 120

2 Alabama- Montgomery ----------------- 542 266 238 11 27
3 Alaska: Juneau------ I -------------------- 4 3 1 ------------ -----------4 Arizona: Phoenix ---------------------- 176 128 46 2 -----------5 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------------ 163 79 46 10 28
6 California: Los Angeles ----------------- 128 97 22 9 -----------7 San Diego ------------------ 200 149 29 23 ------- -----8 San Francisco --------------- 260 193 43 23 1
9 Colorado: Denver ---------------------- 539 363 161 15 -----------10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------------ 33 17 12 4 -----11 Delaware: Wilmington ------------------ 9 7 1 1 -----------12 District of Columbia: Washington ------- 203 124 69 10 -----------Florida: St. Petersburg ----------------- 516 442 60 12 2
14 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------------- 384 246 127 10 1
15 Hawaii: Honolulu -------------- I ------- 71 44 11 16 --- -------16 Idaho: Boise -------------------------- 57 48 2 7 ------------17 Illinois: Chicago ----------------------- 170 107 48 15 ----- -----18 Indiana: Indianapolis ------------------- 427 341 71 15 -----------19 Iowa: Des Moines --------------------- 144 108 27 8 1
20 Kansas: Wichita ----------------------- 221 164 55 2 ------21 Kentucky: Louisville ------------------- 152 126 7 17, 2
22 Louisiana: New Orleans ---------------- 108 72 '33 3 -----------23 Maine: Togus ------------------------- 10 6 ------------ 4 -----------24 Maryland: Baltimore ------------------- 78 49 27 2 -----------25 Massachusetts: Boston ----------------- 168 86 61 21 -----------26 Michigan: Detroit --------------------- 332 258 65 9 -----------27 Minneapolis: St. Paul ------------------ 157 56 80 20 1
28 Mississippi: Jackson -------------------- 132 72 38 5 17
29 Missouri: St. Louis --------------------- 291 231 47 3 10
30 Montana: Fort Harrison ---------------- 18 15 3 ------------ -----------31 Nebraska: Lincoln --------------------- 151 123 19 8 1
32 Nevada: Reno ------------------------- 52 47 2 2 1
33 New Hampshire: Manchester ------------ 81 56 7 17 1
34 New Jersey: Newark ------------------- 130 90 35 5 -----------35 New Mexico: Albuquerque -------------- 109 100 9 ------------ -----------36 New York: Buffalo --------------------- 257 231 8 18 -----------Footnote at end of table.





59

REHABILITATION

August 1976 Training activity


Terminated During August 1976 Transition quarter to date Item
(July-August 1976) No.


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



103,465 40,878 3,530 6, 655 9,116 5,788 10,304 14,708 1

3,041 1,519 84 99 215 142 162 360 2
82 19 3 5 5 477 3
1,540 534 38 173 123 59 232 171 4
1,322 550 54 69 67 93 97 103 5
3,896 1,485 51 160 363 85 299 643 6

1,012 367 98 259 279 163 339 482 7
2,909 676 61 147 235 98 230 433 8
2,479 892 116 409 416 186 566 645 9
865 242 31 83 97 52 131 147 10
214 54 7 31 25 14 53 36 11
2, 175 473 89 317 390 145 519 634 12

4,037 1,765 130 95 330 225 155 574 13
2,556 824 92 91 197 147 147 310 14
108 1 21 37 41 36 61 69 15
442 184 22 31 32 29 43 50 16
2,398 691 49 98 148 79 160 241 17
1,392 376 70 217 148 105 348 254 18

849 279 29 69 69 4.5 116 119 19
972 348 71 99 65 97 120 116 20
1,026 243 64 67 68 110 99 103 21
1,331 553 35 24 51 63 32 84 22
501 114 4 24 32 6 40 43 23
656 176 33 74 77 57 121 122 24

2,334 665 88 284 295 142 441 464 I 2.5
3,269 640 137 280 519 224 417 819 26
5,400 3,417 36 101 208 60 1353 359 27
1,013 521 40 21 53 60 28 82 28
1, 742 705 52 199 171 91 320 288 29
301 119 3 18 51 5 2 5 95 30

838 339 31 101 36 46 135 61 31
263 16 27 46 34 43 74 45 32
561 181 29 23 50 4 5 41 76 33
1,914 194 74 318 256 1015 454 364 34
910 335 47 21 46 81 32 81 35
1,745 261 83 321 171 137 517 253 36





00

TABLE S.-VOCATIONAL

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 ------------------ 263 115 144 4
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem ---------- 281 236 42 2 1
39 North Dakota: Fargo ------------------- 78 50 17 4 7
40 Ohio: Cleveland ------------------------ 691 576 102 12. 1
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------------- 364 244 91 23 6
42 Oregon: Portland ---------------------- 389 326 49 14 -----------43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia -------------- 193 79 85 29 -----------44 Pittsburgh --------------- 86 25 54 7 -----------45 Philippine Islands: Manila -------------- 3 3 ------------ ------------ -----------46 Puerto Rico: San Juan ----------------- 139 107 30 2
47 Rhode Island: Providence-_____ 95 38 53 4 -----------48 South Carolina: Columbia --------------- ill 76 32 3 -----------49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls -------------- 110 101 7 2 -----------50 Tennessee: Nashville ------------------- 157 127 22 4. 4
51 Texas: 435 320 101 14
52 Waco --------------------------- 786 551 201 32 2
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ------------------- 116 106 7 3 ------------54 Vermont: White River Jet -------------- 57 54 1 2

55 Virginia: Roanoke ---------------------- 224 179 29 12 4
56 Washington: Seattle -------------------- 296 238 41 16, 1',
57 West Virginia: Huntington -------------- 86 55 17 14 -----------58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ------------------ 200 144 49 71 -----------50 Wyoming: Cheyenne ------------------- 9 5 ------------ 3 1


I Total includes 342 cases wbere type of training is unknown.





61

REHABILITATION-Co)ntinued

August 1976Triigatvy


Terminated During August 1976 Transition quarter to date Item
(July-August 1970) No.


Rehabili- Original Re- Terinina- Original Re- TerininaTotal tated entrances entrances tions entrances entrances tions



3, 762 1, 253 102 264 283 167 448 423 37
1,742 612 74 59 109 125 99 150 38
453 203 32 50 47 43 68 84 39
8,961 3,892 191 322 720 321 525 1,201 40
2,036 1,011 96 70 130 159 99 221 41
1,441 451 89 107 239 135 159 441 42

2, 773 1, 081 84 176 257 145 280 365 43
2,351 1,283 32 59 84 57 104 122 44
26 25 1 2 1-2--------------45
1,080 461 22 27 58 32 41 89 46
624 141 65 107 143 106 201 214 47
1,014 423 39 25 55 67 46 81 48

512 215 31 30 41 43 36 70 49
1,593 514 38 56 15 1 69 103 249 50
1,999 1,094 106 104 196 167 155 304 51
10, 847 6,426 260 225 447 457 348 711 52
709 86 33 23 77 59 44 131 53
209 46 11 23 20 17 39 32 54

350 I42 109 103 133 186 166 219 55
3,125 ~ 1, 347 95 205 3.59 1.52 2,56 577 56
564 183 42 72 108 70 112 137 .57
1,035 277 75 127 91 124 207 142 58
166 54 4 8 5 7 12 10 59





62

TABLE 9.--DLSABILITY AND DEATHRunning awards-Disability-Ruinawrs.
End of August 1976
Item Compen
N.RgoaofieCompensation Pnin Ttltotal bene

total cases
Total Vietnam Total Widows Children
era


1 Total --------------------- 2,234,071 463,884 1,010,592 -366,827 483,916 217,202 104,282

2 Alabama: Montgomery -----------38, 011 7, 795 20, 825 8, 241 11, 417 4, 315 2, 477
3 Alaska: Juneau -------------------2,569 9 12 337 166 299 102 156
4 Arizona: Phoenix---------------- 25,698 6,939 9,664 4, 126 5,536 2,908 1,450
5 Arkansas: Little Rock------------24, 256 4,786 2 0, 65 3 5,545 7,264 2,870 1,294
6 California: LosAngeles------------101, 652 17, 800 38, 107 15, 185 19,208 10, 389 4,019

7 San Diego -------------15, 359 6, 031 8, 357 5, 321 7,416 4, 554 2, 135
8 San Francisco ----------78,830 19,125 28,502 12,456 16,492 8,787 4,159
9 Colorado: Devr--------28, 636 7, 594 8, 009 4, 612 6, 463 3, 075 1,878
10 Connecticut: Hartford ------------31, 181 4,858 8, 177 2,972 3,650 1,875 694
11 Delaware: Wilhiington ------------5,5 )9 1 1,449 1,863 674 986 439 347
12 District of Columbia: Washing- 44, 789 10, 803 12, 587 13, 853 18, 310 10, 969 4, 327
ton.'

13 Florida: St. Petersburg -----------100, 981 251,877 48, 349 17, 796 23, 670 12, 734 5, 740
14 Georgia: Atlanta----------------- 47, 524 13, 472 28, 190 10, 765 15, 210 6, 590 3, 775
15 Hawaii: Honolulu -----------------7, 527 2, 690 1,181 1, 332 2, 145 803 746
16 Idaho: Boise-------------------- 7,823 1,551 4, 133 1,002 1,322 503 348
17 Illinois: Chicago -----------------82, 811 13, 509 37, 945 10, 401 13, 003 5,479 2, 549
18 Indiana: Indianapolis-------------40, 399 8, 562 20, 501 6, 205 7, 932 3, 255 1, 797

19 Iowa: Des Moines ----------------23, 651 4,296 14, 560 3,647 4,526 1,791 829
20 Kansas: Wichita -----------------20, 966 3, 830 12, 025 4,149 5, 615 2, 051 1, 306
21 Kentucky: Louisville-------------33, 392 5,982 25, 612 7,263 9,844 3,462 1,933
22 Louisiana: New Orleans -----------32, 900 6, 388 23, 939 6, 764 9, 306 3, 651 1, 996
23 Maine: Togus -------------------12, 096 2,712 7,854 2,080 2,816 1, 107 651
24 Maryland: Baltimore-------------23, 126 4,725 10, 390 3,970 5,315 2,684 1,392

25 Massachusetts: Boston ------------95, 750 13, 486 19, 437 8,933 11,082 5,930 2, 119
26 Michigan: Detroit----------------86, 778 18, 0;33 27, 382 9,026 11,877 4,929 2,916
27 M.%innesota: St. Paul --------------40, 17.5 7, 403 18, 059 4, 807 6, 000 2, 508 1, 099
28 Mississippi: Jackson --------------22, 267 4,5319 22, 243 5, 59 8 7,519 3,021 1,343
29 Missouri: St. Louis ---------------44, 654 8, 472 29, 190 7, 814 10, 119 4, 065 1, 988
30 Montana: Fort Harrison -----------7, 708 1, 635 3, 955 914 1, 171 462 294

31 Nebraska: Lincoln--------------- 14, 004 2, 724 7, 822 2, 276 3, 022 1,192 702
32 Nevada:Reno--------------------7,298 1,799 2,532 768 1,076 554 358
33 New Hampshir(e: Manchester-_ 10, 006 2, 823 4, 245 1, 369 1, 858 877 496
34 New Jersey: Newark -- _-- -- -- ---79, 662 11,884 21, 514 7,468 9,571 4,720 2,008
35 New Ma'xico: Albuquerque---------15, 754 4, 126 6, 549 2, 484 3, 471 1, 436 860
36 New York: Buffalo ----------------3, 584 9, 28.5 19, 670 5, 821 7, 313 3, 250 1, 422
Footnotes at end of table.





63

COMPENSATION AND PENSION

Death-End of August 1976


nation Pension
No.
ficiaries X'niVietnam era beneficiaries Total Beneficiaries

era Icases
Parents cases Total IWidows Children Parents Total Widows Children


162,432 57, 886 116,811 33,010 61,468 22,333 1, 2i5, 544 1, 697, 678 974, 996 722,682 1

4, 625 1, i568 3, 166 817 1, 520 829 27, 672 37, 651 22, 198 15, 4 5 3 2
41 94 198 54 122 22 513 926 174 752 3
1, 178 813 1, 662 503 917 242 9, 246 13, 397 6,':518 6, 879 4
3, 100 820 1, 636 378 768 490 18, 251 23, 203 15, 568 7, 637
4,800 2,284 4,476 1,466 2,391 619 46,223 60,617 34,826 25,791 6

727 1,209 2,639 914 1,488 237 7,219 9,784 5,214 4,570 7
3, 546 2, 5 28 5, 046 1, 676 2, 735 635 32, 581 43, 545 23, 452 20, 093 8
1,510 1,083 2,292 717 1,294 281 10,098 13,960 7,091 6,869 9
1,081 301 579 164 332 83 12,573 17,496 8,983 8,513 10
20182 403 115 247 41 2,770 4, 0 58 1,941 2,117 11
3, 014 2, 443 5, 078 1, 829 2, 630 619 43, 004 49, 122 37, 487 11, 635 12


5 196 3, 280 6, 570 2,119 3, 500 951 45, 938 59, 599 36, 644 22, 935 13
4 845 2, 449 5,146 1, 523 2, 561 1, 062 30, 522 41, 035 23, 934 17, 101 14
596 428 1,008 289 560 159 1,991 3,355 1,071 2,284 15
471 162 349 87 222 40 3, 790 5, 171 2, 720 2, 45 1 16
4,975 1,447 2,697 695 1, 450 552 56,947 78,570 41,736 36,834 17
2, 880 919, 1, 771 426 1, 055 290 28, 106 38, 452 21, 507 16, 945 18

1,906 393 743 176 434 133 16,728 22,092 12,813 9,279 19
2, 258 666 1, 472 354 899 219 14, 164 18, 566 10, 890 7, 676 20
4,449 1,174 2, 414 546 1 ,161 707 25, 170 34, 501 20, 495 14, 006 21
3, 659 1, 212 2, 450 577 1 136 737 28, 208 39, 646 22, 853 16, 793 22
1, 058 354 748 186 414 148 7, 573 10, 222 6, 092 4, 130 23
1,:239 780 1, 562 483 872 207 16, 176 22, 016 12, 552 9, 464 24

3, 033 786 1, 540 470 858 212 32, 294 44, 026 25, 14 9 18, 877 25
4,032 1,316 2,489 623 1,396 470 44,718 63,843 32,811 31,0:32 26
2, 393 562 1, 073 242 5 58 273 20, 778 28, 883 15, 348 13, 53,5 27
3, 155 813 1, 684 414 73.5 535 18, 675 25, 6 37 15, 453 10,184 28
4, 066 1, 128 2, 214 555 1, 144 515 33, 457 43, 919 26, 742 17, 177 29
415 154 309 65 187 57 3,942 5, 7 67 2,653 3,114 30

1,128 353 734 201 414 119 1 8, 158 11, 141 5,915 5,226 31
164 209 409 134 245 30 2,540 3,619 1,619 2,000 32
485 224 474 141 277 56 4,817 6, 5.52 3,693 2, 859 33
2, 843 946 1, 877 602 1, 003 272 38,181 52, 249 28, .596 2:3, 653 34
1, 175 463 962 253 503 206 5, 610 8, 718 4, 083 4, 635 M 35
2,641 634 1,246 293 674 279 27, 4212 38, 878 20,422 18, 456 36





64

TABLB DISABILITY AND DEATHRunning award%-Running awards-DisabilityEnd of August 1976 Compen
Item
No. Regional office Compensation Pension Total Total bene

total cases
Total Vietnam Total Widows Children
era

37 New York: New York ---------- 149,866 24,221 47,654 14,788 18,134 9,183 3i 046
38 North Carolina: Winston-Salem_ 47,821 12,246 30,998 10,256 14,775 5,567 3,889
39 North Dakota: Fargo ----------- 9,196 1,723 4,972 1,097 1,401 422 287
40 Ohio: Cleveland ---------------- 110,400 20,244 42,248 12,337 15,894 6,867 3,496
41 Oklahoma: Muskogee ----------- 34,252 8,391 21,661 6,799 9,188 3,476 1,958
42 Oregon: Portland --------------- 23, 685 5,828 15, 525 3,286 4,267 1,906 1,035

43 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia------ 87,243 13,413 32,500 11,061 13,718 6,345 2,507
44 Pittsburgh -------- 51,266 8,662 21,194 6,949 8,656 3,514 1,527
45 Philippine Islands: Manila ------- 11,874 255 3,349 22,063 27,199 11,156 1,478
46 Puerto Rico: San Juan ---------- 18,351 6,764 12,540 1,999 3,328 1,025 648
47 Rhode Island: Providence ------- 22,619 4,131 7,221 2, 686' 3,440 1,675 731
48 South Carolina: Columbia ------- 22,495 6,725 16,170 5,623 8,116. 3,309 2,179

49 South Dakota: Sioux Falls ------- 6,728 1,622 4,917 949 1,212 419 252
50 Tennessee: Nashville ------------ 37,411 7,864 29,420 8,261 11,031 4,067 2,161
51 Texas: Houston 2 . . . . . . . 50,706 12,639 24,031 10,277 14,127 6,468 3,422
52 Waco ------------------- 80,794 22,483 42,681 15,970 21,734 9,377 5,204
53 Utah: Salt Lake City ----------- 10,792 2,509 3,115 1,313 1,761 718 553
54 Vermont: White River 4,754 900 2,438 801 1,035 502 229

55 Virginia: Roanoke -------------- 38,677 11,582 21,756 8,284 11,580 5,202 3, 094
56 Washington: Seattle ------------ 42,036 11,401 15,798 6,392 8,751 4,160 2,540
57 West Virginia: Huntington- - - 19,286 3,497 14,482 4,032 5,264 1,670 941
58 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ---------- 42,740 9,073 21,762 5,365 6,923 2,613 1,358
59 Wyoming: Cheyenne ------------ 3,671 814 1,802 436 558 224 144

Includes 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).





65

COMPENSATION AND pENSION-Continued

Death-End of August 1976

sation Pension Ie

No.
ficiaries I Vietnam era beneficiaries TtlBenieficiaries
IVietnam _________________________ Ttl ________________Parents j cases Total W'idw Children Parents cae ______ ____Chlen 3



5, 905 1,410 2,646 726 1,284 636 73,501 98,052 56,621 41,431 37

692 156 294 56 155 83 4, 847 7,0Q09 3, 4 85 3, 5 24 39
.5, 531 1, 929 3, 679 973 1, 979 727 60, 653 84, 531 45, 474 39, 057 40
3, 754 1, 192 2, 380 632 1, 229 519 20, 153 25, 512 16, 670 8, 842 41
1, 326 528 1, 022 285 591 146 13, 522 17, 564 10, 377 7, 187 42

4, 866 1, 279. 2, 429 693 1, 304 432 49, 995 67, 586 39, 818 27, 768 43
3,615 739 1,408 327 748 333 34, 293 47,619 27,348 20,271 44
14, 565 217 577 127 236 214 4, 406 6, 706 4, 159 2, 547 45
1, 655 575 1, 170 180 287 703 7, .563 12, 030 6, 636 5, 394 46
1, 034 341 730 216 423 91 10, 783 14, 261 8, 734 5, 527 47
2, 628 1, 362 2, 927 829 1, 538 560 20, 104 27, 401 16, 174 11, 227 48

541 146 276 50 145 81 4,489 6,240 3,423 2,817 49
4, 803 1, 427 2, 817 706 1, 358 7453 29, 890 39, 173 24, 597 14, 576 50
4, 237 2,185 4, 408 1, 257 2, 190 961 29, 027 40, 789 22, 633 18, 156 51
7, 153 3, 059 6, 167 1, 793 3, 303 1, 071 41, 691 54, 194 33, 501 20, 693 52
490 249 502 129 320 53 4, 454 6, 491 2, 947 3, .544 53
304 104 212 59 116 37 2,712 3,658 2, 114 1,544 54

3, 284 1, 846 3, 782 1, 193 2, 039 550 24, 758 33, 201 19, 785 13, 416 53
2, 051 1, 278 2, 673 808 1, 576 289 16, 819 22, 184 12, 458 9, 726 56
2,653 569 1,099 220 505 374 14,370 19,584 11,520 8,064 57
2, 952 578 1, 112 249 590 273 24, 071 33, 801 17, 717 16, 084 58
190 97 176 46 100 30 1, 804 1 2, 523 1 1, 265 1, 258 159

2 In the event a payee resides in the country of Mexico, the claim folder is in the custody of the VA Regional Office, lhoustonl Tex,





66

TABLE 40,4UARANTEED, INSURED

Guaranteed or insured loans during August 1076 Direet

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 Cuftent 1 year
month ago

1 Total ------------------------- 56,125 35,771 30,424 8,285 1,374 11,151 420

2 Alabama: Montgomery ------------ 1,559 1,021 996 99 22 .56 6 8
3 Arizona: PhoeDiX ----------------- 2,226 777 639 229 69 718 2 1
4 Arkansas: Little Rock ------------ 384 470 406 38 15 62 28 39
5 California: Los Angeles ------------ 7,563 3,949 3,969 1,521 170 1,093
6 San Francisco ---------- 2,809 1,932 1,754 513 17 130

7 Colorado: Denver ----------------- 2,994 1,761 1,444 406 48 267 38
8 Connecticut: Hartford ------------- 160 179 144 39 2 23 --------
9 District of Columbia: Washington_ 2,328 1,345 1,258 54 3 10
10 Florida: St. Petersburg ------------ 3,622 1,665 1,399 355 64 633 3 4
11 Georgia: Atlanta ----------------- 1,631 1,301 1,196 191 110 973 4 2
12 Hawaii: Honolulu ----------------- 191 68 75 -------- -------- -------- -------- -------41
13 Idaho: Boise ---------------------- 338 207 172 16 -------- .6 57 77
14 Illinois: Chicago ------------------ 1,324 953 847 144 56 497 13 17
15 Indiana: Indianapolis_ 1,075 870 562 162 30 353 4 7
16 Iowa: Des Moines---------------- 374 170 145 46 2 25 4 12
17 Kansas: Wichita ----------------- 486 395 396 74 12 114 -------- 1
18 Kentucky: Louisville -------------- 378 277 173 32 7 30 23 35

19 Louisiana: New Orleans ----------- 1,420 795 688 77 26 163 -------- 2
20 Maine: Togus -------------------- 286 257 145 37 1 54 10 9
21 Maryland: Baltimore -------------- 907 525 543 62 7 13 ------- -----22 Massachusetts: Boston ------------ 524 490 103 i57 5 51 -------- -------23 Michigan: Detroit ---------------- 803 405 413 219 65 951
24 Minnesota: St. Paul --------------- 1,323 1,065 587 203 10 71 54 72

25 Mississippi: Jackson --------------- 842 488 379 118, 33 270
26 Missouri: St. Louis ---------------- 621 576 423 158 22 181 3
27 Montana: Fort Harrison ----------- 186 112 62 11 1 -------- 43 39
28 Nebraska: Lincoln ---------------- 384 330 272 39 10 48 6 6
29 New Hampshire: Manchester ------- 159 129 69 11 2 7 1 18
30 New Jersey: Newark -------------- 882 470 366 341 68 427

31 New Mexico: Albuquerque --------- 339 178 161 13 6 2
32 New York: Buffalo ---------------- 256 214 148 64 3 40 -------- -------33 New York ------------ 831 655 436 512 26 439 5
34 North Carolina: Winston-Salem ---- 1,442 828 722 176 16 325
35 Ohio: Cleveland ------------------ 2,179 1,789 1,576 550 200 1,024 9 13
36 Oklahoma: Muskogee ------------- 702 465 400 62 17 124 30 30





67

AND DIRECT LOANS

loans during August 1976
-------------------------------Loans closed Loans pending Defaults reported Properties acquired Properties on hand I tem
o.

Current I year Current I year Current I year Current I year Current I year
month 490 month ago month ago month ago month ago

193 228 1,402 1, 775 1,881 1,960 6 8 64 78 1

13 15 57 54 ---------- ------------------ --------- 2
7 5 23 18 1 --------- I --------- 3
19 is 81 116 83 72 1 1 2 4 4
---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- 7 4 ---------- --------- 2 3 5
---------- 13 13 ---------- ------------------ --------- 6

10 13 50 82 28 37 ---------- ------------------ 1 7
---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- -------------------- ------------------ --------- 8
---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- ---------- --------- --------- --------- 9
15 21 49 53 --------- 10
11 17 79 82 ---------- --------- 2 --------- 11
--------- --------- 12

57 37 190 193 89 67 ---------- --------- 4 4 13
2 5 95 10.5 55 56 ---------- 1 4 6 14
---------- 20 24 5 3 .58 ---------- --------- 3 4 15
1 3 6 14 14 11 ---------- ------------------ --------- 16
2 2 28 26 ---------- --------- --------- 1 17
7 13 67 63 58 69 ---------- --------- --------- 1 18

1 7 17 45 61 1 1 6 11 19
6 10 30 33 23 31 ---------- --- ----- 8 3 20
2 12 18 ---------- --------- --------- --------- 21
--------- 22
---------- 51 54 ---------- --------- 8 8 23
33 43 247 289 167 172 ---------- 1 2 8 24

1 1 73 75 ---------- --------- --------- 1 25
19 41 72 63 1 1 4 3 26
25 21 100 73 40 43 1 --------- 27
1 4 13 20 14 15 ---------- --------- --------- --------- 28
2 6 8 78 2 ---------- ---------- --------- I --------- 29
--------- --------- --------- 30

2 1 7 8 ------------------ 2 31
---------- ---------- --------- 1 4 3 --------- 1 32
9 19 6 8 33
3 4 86 94 ---------- ------------------ 1 34
1 2 30 33 104 154 1 --------- 4 3 3 5
9 10 64 85 41 38 ------------------------------ --------- 36







TABLE 1O,-GUARANTEkED, IM8URED


Guaranteed or insured loans during August 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 yea
month ago


37 Oregon: Portland -------------------283 155 131 26 5 28 1 6
38 Pennsylvania: Philadelphia ----------1, 334 855 777 205 11 221 8 5
39 Pittsburgh ------------488 277 195 4-1 5 22--------40 Puerto Rico: San Juan --------------723 167 212 67 11 133--------41 South Carolina: Columbia ------------766 546 456 95 30 165 ---42 Tennessee; Nashville ---------------1, 289 791 581 137 20 106 2 3

43 Texas: Houston ------------------- 2, 758 1, 852 1, 761 352 62 766 10 6
44 W~aco ----------------------1,607 1,585 1,295 300 43 248 19 33
45 Utah: Salt Lake City--------------- 671 379 306 39 1 2 13 20
46 Vermont: White River Jet ------------10 4 6 3 ----- 7 13 8
47 Virginia: Roanoke -----------------1, 462 1, 072 909 133 24 164 11 13
48 Washington: Seattle ----------------885 700 630 75 14 79--------49 West Virginia: Huntington -----------130 105 94 13 1 3 5 1
50 Wisconsin: Milwaukee ---------------191 172 103 70 8 77 11 28




69


AND DIRECT LOANS-Continued ___ ____________loans during August 1976 IL~

LonscosdLoans pending J)(fahlt~i reported Properties acquired Properties on hand Ie
No.


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1 5 10 24 19 15 1 1---14 43 37 21 28 ---------- --------- ---------- --1
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