Hamlet Hospital decree

Hamlet Hospital and Training School                              )

For Nurses, Incorporated,                                                     )

      )

                       vs.                                                                              )          )        JUDGEMENT

The Joint Committee on Standardization                        )

created by Article 9, Chapter 90 of the                            )

General Statutes of North Carolina, the                           )

North Carolina Board of Nurse Examiners,                      )

and Amy Fisher, Florence Wilson, Hildred                       )

Harrison, George L. Carrington, H.L.                                 )

Brockman, A.L. Daughtridge, Sample Forbus,                 )

Miriam Daughtry, Ethel Burton, Frances                         )

Farthing, Moir S. Martin and Louten R.                           )

Hedgpeth                                                                              )

 

THIS CAUSE coming on to be heard and being heard before the undersigned Presiding Judge of the Superior Court, at the June 1952 Civil Term, upon the written “Report to the Superior Court of the Defendants, the Joint Committee on Standardization and the North Carolina Board of Nurse Examiners, Concerning Present Status of Plaintiff School of Nursing”, which appears in the record, and it appearing to the Court that pursuant to a consent judgment signed and entered at the March 1952 Civil Term, the defendants, the Joint Committee on Standardization and The North Carolina Board of Nurse Examiners, through a special committee appointed by the two agencies for the purpose, made a survey of the plaintiff’s hospital and school of nursing on May 5, 1952, which special committee reported its findings and recommendations to the said defendant agencies; and it appearing further from the report of the defendant agencies that on May 22, 1952, the Joint Committee on Standardization and the North Carolina Board of Nurse Examiners determined and concluded that the deficiencies of the plaintiff school of nursing, found and determined by the said agencies following the hearing on June 11, 1951, have been substantially corrected, and therefore on May 22, 1952, the said defendant agencies determined and concluded that the plaintiff school of nursing is now complying with the minimum standards and requirements for the conduct of schools of professional nursing of North Carolina as established by the Joint Committee on Standardization and The North Carolina Board of Nurse Examiners; and it further appearing to the Court that the Joint Committee on Standardization and The North Carolina Board of Nurse Examiners, on May 22, 1952, ordered that the plaintiff school of nursing be placed on the list of accredited schools of professional nursing in North Carolina and be continued on said list so long as the said school of nursing shall continue to comply with the minimum standards and requirements established pursuant to law:

 

                NOW THEREFORE, IT IS CONSIDERED, ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND DECREED that the findings, conclusions and the order of the defendants, the Joint Committee on Standardization and The North Carolina Board of Nurse Examiners, be and they are hereby approved and affirmed; and it is further considered, ordered, adjudged and decreed that the defendants have fully complied with the orders of this Court both as to the mandamus and as to the restraining order and as to the judgment of this Court and therefore it is ordered that this action be and it is hereby dismissed, and the Clerk of this Court is ordered to tax the costs of this action against the defendants.

 

                                                                                                                /s/  ___Z.V.  Nettles______

                                                                                                                      Judge Presiding