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London County Council 1934

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

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Special Hospitals— continued.

Name of hospital.Where situated.Date of opening.Acreage (approx.)Accommodation (31st December, 1934).Medical superintendent.Matron.Steward.
Number of beds in special wards (isolation, separation . discharge etc.).Number of beds in ordinary wards.Total number of beds.
St. George's homeMilman's -street Chelsea, S.W.10.14th May, 19145050(Under control of medical superintendent, Colindale.)Miss E. Worden.
St. Luke's hospitalLowestoft, Suffolk9th May, 1922210210h. j. A. Colvin, m.b., ch.b.Miss E. M. Edmunds.A. S. Martin.
Princess Mary's hospital for children.Cliftonville, Margate, Kent.26th June, 1898 (Reconstructed 1914-1919 and reopened October, 1919.)4-271271J. G. Johnstone, o.b.e., m.c., m.b., ch.b.VacantK. Belsham.
High Wood hospital for children.Brentwood, Essex26th July, 1904 (Used for ophthalmia until 1918, then for sane epileptics from Aug., 1918, until November, 1919.)35-426(e)426A. G. L. Reade, o.b.e., m.r.c.s., l.r.c.p.Miss Q. C. J. Shaw.H. C. Self.
MillfieldRustington, Little-hampton, Sussex.6th April, 19047-9898C. E. Last, m.r.c.s., l.r.c.p. (visiting medical officer).Miss B. G.VivianJ. F. Morgan.
Northern hospital (part of)Winchmore Hill, N.21See above100(f)100See above.
Children's Institutions.
Queen Mary's hospital for children (sick children).Carshalton, Surrey29th January, 1909136½-1,2841,284W. T. Gordon Pugh, m.d., f.r.c.s. (Eng).Miss M. A. ColeJ. R. Earnshaw.
The Downs hospital for children (sick children).Sutton, Surrey26th February, 1903 (Used as ringworm school until 1913, then as sanatorium for tuberculosis until 1922.)42¾-360360C. Price, m.r.c.s., l.r.c.p.Miss A. M. PughC. E. Lee.
St. Anne's home (seaside convalescent home).Heme Bay, Kent26th December, 1897-127127Malcolm Foster, m.b., ch.b. (visiting medical officer).Miss G. FoxC. A. F. Davies.