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Fulham 1914

Annual report of the Medical Officer of Health for the year 1914

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Certification of the Causes of Death.
Of the 2,132 deaths registered, 1,973 or 92.6 per
cent, were certified by registered medical practitioners
and the remainder by Coroners after inquest, no death
being uncertified.
Deaths in Public Institutions—Fulham Infirmary and
The deaths of 486 persons, 266 males and 222
females, occurred in Fulham Infirmary, and of 45, 28
males, and 17 females, in Fulham Workhouse Of these
515 lived in Fulham and 16 in other districts.
Western Fever Hospital.
In the Western Fever Hospital there were 41 deaths
of residents in Fulham and 105 of residents in other
Deaths occurring outside the Borough among persons
belonging thereto.

The deaths of Fulham residents in public institutions and elsewhere outside the borough numbered 391, and occurred in the following institutions:—

St. George's Hospital57
West London „44
Other General Hospitals (Metropolitan)44
Victoria Hospital for Children26
Other Hospitals for Children14
Lying-in and other Hospitals for Women4
Brompton Hospital5
Cancer Hospital8
Other Special Hospitals (Metropolitan)3
Homes for Incurables7
Fever Hospitals of Metropolitan Asylums Board10