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St Pancras 1926

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

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Situation.By whom provided.
C.—Bay Nurseries.
Kentish Town Day Nursery, Gospel Oak GroveThe Voluntary Committee, with a subsidy from the Borough Council.
Margaret Day Nursery (Illegitimate children only), 44, Ampthill Square,,
VVhitfieid Street Day Nursery, 53, Whitfield Street,,
D.Dental Climes.
Argyle Square: For mothers and children who attend the Maternity and Child Welfare CentresThe Borough Council.
Ampthill Square: For mothers and children who attend the Centre at 1, Ampthill SquareThe Voluntary Committee.
St. Pancras Dispensary: For Tuberculosis casesThe Borough Council.
„ For ordinary casesThe Dispensary Committee.
E.School Clinics.
Highgate New Town : Chester RoadVoluntary Committees working under agreement with the
St. Pancras Centre, Prince of Wales Road
Lancing Street Centre, ChurchwayLondon County Council.
F.Tuberculosis Dispensaries.
St. Pancras Dispensary, Oakley SquareThe Borough Council.
University College HospitalThe Hospital Authorities.

G. Venereal Disease Clinics.
These are provided at various Voluntary Hospitals under agreements made with the
London County Council. The undermentioned are situated within the Borough,
but many others in the Metropolis are available for St. Pancras residents:—
The Royal Free Hospital, Gray's Inn Road (for women and children only).
University College Hospital, (lower Street (for male and female patients).
H. Clinic for Sick Mothers and Young Children.
St. Pancras Dispensary, 39, Oakley Square
I. Convalescent Homes for Sick Poor Children.
The Mayoress of St. Pancras Home, "Avalon,"
St. Alban's Road
Invalid Children's Aid Association (for various
Medical Officer paid by Borough
Council; other expenses paid
by Dispensary Committee.
By Voluntary Committee, with
grant from Borough Council.
Subsidy from Borough Council.