The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 17, 1975, Image 3

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Doctor sought (Continued from Page 1) he said. Also, malpractice issues and skyrocketing costs of medical equipment should encourage doc tors to turn their eyes to Texas A&M, a government job, Goswick added. If all goes according to his plan, a young doctor rather than a retired or semi-retired one will fill the posi tion, Goswick said, e wants to hire one who is planning to stay' here permanently as well as one who en joys working with students. Goswick added, however, that perhaps A&M is less of a drawing card than the University of Texas at Austin. UT doctors, who begin at $20,000, may take on some outside private practice. At A&M, the doc tors must work at least an eight-hour shift compared with the five hours a day all of the 22 full-time UT doctors work. A UT hospital administrator said Tuesday that his staff must be available to about 42,000 students. With just one position budgeted, Goswick seems to be balancing the hospital needs here as he continues his personnel considerations. "It would be nice to have a man or a woman who has experience and interest in gynecology. We also need a psychiatrist, he said noting that the hospital does employ a psychologist already as well as the four other doctors. “But how can you get all that rol led into one? We really need to add a plain, warm body, be said. Once the new doctor is working, Goswick said it is conceivable that he would ask to hire another one if the load isn’t sufficiently lightened. The hospital has six doctors’ of fices but could provide for another physician in the cold clinic area, he said. “But we want to save our employer (the university) money. There’s no emergency now (to con sider hiring even another). We just might have to work a little harder, he said. Peace in Sinai delayed Associated Press WASHINGTON — Despite President Ford’s plea for fast action, congressional approval of the Sinai peace accord may be delayed another two weeks as various mem bers of House and Senate press for full disclosure of related U.S. com mitments. Secret agreements include a U. S. promise to supply Israel with ad vanced Fib jet fighters and possibly Pershing missiles, congressmen said. However, Ford said at a news conference Tuesday that this coun try has made nofirm commitment to supply the fighters and missiles. Ford added that they do involve negotiations between the United States and Israel — “They are on the shopping list, and they will be* dis cussed with representatives of the Israeli government. Ford had asked for Congress ap proval by the end of this week of committing 200 U.S. technicians to monitor the Israeli-Egy ptian peace in the Sinai Peninsula. But Rep. William S. 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