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Harrow 1949

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Harrow]

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The responsibility for the registration and supervision of nursing
homes lies with the Health Committee of the County Council.

The following table sets out the particulars of the various homes registered at the end of the year, with details of their ownership and their accommodation.

BedsType of Case
Bermuda House, Mount Park, HarrowMrs. A. M. Elphick Mr. A. E. Elphick11Chronic
Beverley Maternity Home, 170, Whitchurch Lane, Edg-wareMiss C. Dear4Chronic
Bowden House, London Road, Harrow-on-the-HillBowden House Nursing Home Association, Ltd.14Mental or borderline
Brockenhurst Nursing Home, 84, Hindes Road, HarrowMrs. T. M. Bell6Chronic
College Hill Nursing Home, 123, College Hill Road, Harrow WealdMrs. F. M. Ellis7Maternity, medical or surgical
Convent of the Little Company of Mary Sudbury HillMother Superior34Medical or chronic
Culverlands Nursing Home, Green Lane, StanmoreDr. P. Vosper11Chronic
Grosvenor House Nursing Home, 100, High Street, Harrow-on-the-HillMrs. N. Chaplin20Medical or chronic
Heywood Nursing Home, London Road, StanmoreMrs. M. Guyatt11Maternity and others
Hillside Nursing Home, 49, Harrow View, HarrowMrs. M. Cusack5Senile and convalescent
Maitlands Nursing Home, 54, Marsh Road, PinnerMrs. H. Payne10Maternity