Hints from the Health Department. Leaflet from the archive of the Society of Medical Officers of Health. Credit: Wellcome Collection, London
[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for London County Council]
SPECIAL HOSPITALS FOR CHILDREN.
|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||†874||2,131||1,930||191||29||855|
|The Downs, Sutton||325||1,412||1,227||178||18||314|
|Princess Mary's (part of)||13||36||33||—||—||16|
|II. Seaside and Convalescent Hospitals—|
|St. Anne s, Heme Bay||105||947||951||12||—||89|
|Goldie Leigh, Abbey Wood (part of)||40||117||126||8||—||23|
|*Millfield, Littlehampton (part of)||† 52||338||1||340||—||49|
|Southern Lower, Dartford||—||1,181||986||1||—||194|
|*Princess Mary's, Margate||47||318||304||38||—||23|
|III. For diseases of the Skin and Scalp—|
|Goldie Leigh, Abbey Wood (part of)||126||515||502||17||—||122|
|IV. For certain Eye Diseases—|
|White Oak, Swanley||203||263||211||30||—||225|
|V. For Rheumatism and its after effects—-|
|*High Wood, Brentwood||146||253||260||4||6||129|
* 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.