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St Pancras 1930

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

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Hospital Accommodation.
A. Fever and Small Pox.—Hospital accommodation is provided by the London County
B. Tuberculosis.—For patients suffering from this disease Institutional accommodation is
provided through the London County Council.
C. Maternity, Children's and other Hospitals.—

The following are situated in the Borough, but, with the exception of the St. Pancras and Highgate Hospitals of the London County Council, the use of these hospitals is by no means confined to residents of the Borough. On the other hand, hospitals situated outside the Borough are largely used by St. Pancras residents.

Hospitals.Number of Beds.
London Coonty Council Hospitals.
St. Pancras Hospital, King's Road378
Highgate Hospital, Dartmouth Park Hill*554
St. Margaret's Hospital, Leighton Road (for ophthalmia neonatorum and marasmus)60
General and Special Voluntary Hospitals.
University College Hospital, Gower StreetGeneral414
Royal Ear41
Royal Free Hospital, Gray's Inn Road280
London Temperance Hospital, Hampstead Road136
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital, Euston Road107
West End Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Regent's Park78
Hospital for Tropical Diseases, Endsleigh Gardens76
Central London Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital, Gray's Inn Road76
Central London Ophthalmic Hospital. Judd Street52
Metropolitan Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, Fitzroy Square22
St. Saviour's Hospital, Osnaburgh Street21
North-West London Hospital, Bayham StreetOutpatients only.
St. Pancras Dispensary, Oakley Square
London Skin Hospital, Fitzroy Square
Western Skin Hospital, Hampstead Road
British Dentists' Hospital, Camden Road
London Foot Hospital, Fitzroy Square
British Hospital for Functional, Mental and Nervous Disorders, Camden Road

• Average of 480 only available, owing to reconstruction.