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London County Council 1934

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for London County Council]

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List of General Hospitals and Institutions under the Control of the Hospitals and Medical Services Committee— continued.

Hospital or Institution and situation.Date of opening.Medical Superintendent, other Medical Staff (excluding consultants) Matron and Steward.Normal accommodation 1.4.1934.General statistics.
Special Units.Admissions.Births.Surgical operations.Outpatients' attendances.
Dulwich hospital, East Dulwich-grove, S.E.22.1886Medical Superintendent: O. W. Roberts, M.D., M.S., F.R.C.S. (Eng.). Other Medical Staff: 7. Matron : Miss R. E. Wallace, R.R.C. (to 18.10.34). Acting Matron: Miss L. M. Smith (from 19.10.34). Steward : H. A. Lewington.733Maternity ward, ante-natal clinic.6,3885501,6781,637
‡Edmonton colony, Silver-street, N. 18. (Sane epileptics.)1916Superintendent : C. Izzard.Visiting Medical Officer : B. E. Moss, M.B., B.S., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. Matron : Mrs. C. Izzard.328-124---
Fulham hospital, St. Dunstan's-road, Hammersmith, W.6.1884Medical Superintendent: C. T. Parsons, O.B.E., M.D. (to 31.1.34). C. D.Covle, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (from 1.2.34). Other Medical Staff: 6.Matron : Miss M. G. Allbutt.Steward : F. A. Croft.562Mental observation ward,* maternity ward, antenatal clinic, nursery for healthy children.4,7083747733,158
Fulham institution, Fulham-Palace-road, W.6.1849Master : E. R. Adlington.Medical Officer : C. T. Parsons, O.B.E., M.D. (to 31.1.34). C. D. Coyle, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (from 1.2.34).Matron : Mrs. E. R. Adlington.475-†72---
Hackney hospital, High-street, Homerton, E.9.1874Medical Superintendent: J. I. P. Wilson, M.D., F.R.C.S. (Edin.), D.P.H. Other Medical Staff : 8.Matron : Miss F. M. Punter.Steward: F. Wood (to 31.10.34). E. A. R. Williams (from 1.11.34).774Maternity wards, antenatal clinic, out-patients' department, electrocardiograph.7,4778202,10382,828
* Mental consultant available. † Sick inmates only. ‡ Subsequently renamed St. David's hospital.