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London County Council 1934

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

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Table XVII— Summary of admissions, discharges and deaths during 1934.

Hospital.In hospital 31st December, 1933.Admissions.Discharges.Deaths.In hospital 31st December, 1934.
Direct.By transfer to other L C.C. children's hospitals.
I. Hospitals for Children—
*Queen Mary's, Carshalton†8742,1311,93019129855
The Downs, Sutton3251,4121,22717818314
Princess Mary's (part of)13363316
*Heatherwood§ 826
II. Seaside and Convalescent Hospitals—
St. Anne s, Heme Bay1059479511289
Goldie Leigh, Abbey Wood (part of)40117126823
*Millfield, Littlehampton (part of)† 52338134049
Southern Lower, Dartford1,1819861194
*Princess Mary's, Margate473183043823
III. For diseases of the Skin and Scalp—
Goldie Leigh, Abbey Wood (part of)12651550217122
IV. For certain Eye Diseases—
White Oak, Swanley20326321130225
V. For Rheumatism and its after effects—-
*High Wood, Brentwood14625326046129

* Excluding tuberculosis patients shown in Table X of tuberculosis section.
+ Corrected fierure.
§ The hospital was transferred from the United Services Fund to the Council on 1st October.
The admissions include 3 patients in the hospital on that date.