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St Pancras 1932

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

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Situation.By whom provided.
B. Maternity and Child Welfare Centres.
St. Pancras School for Mothers, Ampthill SquareThe Borough Council, with assistance from the Voluntary Committee.
Do. do. Somers Town,, ,,
North St. Pancras School for Mothers, Queen's Crescent,, ,,
South Highgate Centre, Raydon Street,, ,,
Camden Town Centre, Camden Road,, ,,
Caversham Road Centre,, ,,
University College Hospital CentreThe Hospital Authorities.
Royal Free Hospital Centre,, ,,
C. Day Nurseries.
Kentish Town Day Nursery, Gospel Oak GroveThe Voluntary Committee, with a subsidy from the Borough Council.
Margaret Day Nursery (for fatherless children), 56-59, Clarendon Square,, ,,
Whitefield Day Nursery, 53, Whitfield Street ..,, ,,
Day Nursery, Foundling Hospital Site,, ,,
D. Nursery Schools.
Somers Town Nursery School, 18, Crowndale RoadA Voluntary Committee.
Jellicoe Nursery School, 6a, Rochford Street,,
Mary Ward Nursery School, 16, Burton Street,,
Magdalen Mission Nursery School, 5, Clarendon StreetThe Mission Authorities.
St. Christopher's Hall, Bridgewater StreetThe Committee of the St. Pancras House Improvement Society, Ltd
Trinity Presbyterian Hall, Buck StreetThe Church Authorities.
E. Dental Clinics.
Barnes House, Camden Road: For nursing and expectant mothers and children under 5 years of age 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.
Eastman Clinic: For nursing and expectant mothers and children; also provides in-patient treatment for tonsils and adenoid cases, cleft palate, &c.The Committee of the Royal Free Hospital and Clinic.