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St Pancras 1910

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for St. Pancras, London, Borough of]

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Poor Law Cases. Notices of Removal fromPrivate Address.I Workhouse.South Infirmary.North Infirmary.Central London Sick Asylum.No Home.Without St. Pancras.Casual Wards.Total.
Private Address to12446130-9309
Workhouse to4215415202
South Infirmary to10217130
North Infirmary to78995101
Central London Sick---------
Asylum to8-------8
No home to62-4-—-70
Without St. Pancras to194-1128-152
Casual Wards to---------

N.B.—The same patient ruay have been removed to and fro several times, hence the
above represents removals and not Patients.

Number of cases of Consumption known to the Department as resident in the several places stated hereunder on the last day of the year 1910:—

Poor Law Patients remaining inW.S.E.NTotal.
St. Pancras Workhouse-----
„ South Infirmary-2828
„ North Infirmary-188188
Central London Sick Asylum18--18
At Private Ad- dressesUnder District Medical Officer48315
Returned from Institutions from within St. Pancras345618
Returned from Institutions outside St. Pancras21-3
Total Poor Law Patients52741197270
Other Public Patients46305524155
Private Patients21127
Sum Total535997223432