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East Ham 1945

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for East Ham]

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B. Out=patients

Numbers.

N umbers in 1945Numbers in previous year.
1. Total Number of new Out-Patients17,09214,532
2 Total Number of Out-Patient attendances86,30177,236
(a)Number of Patients on books at the beginning of the yearNot ascertainableNot ascertainable
(b)Number of Casualty Patients included in No. 1 above5,3504,277
(C)No. of Maternity Patients included in No. 1 above405419
(d)No. of attendances of Maternity Patients included in No. 2 above2,7082,049
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EAST HAM ANNUAL HEALTH REPORT.—NINE
(i) Whipps Cross Hospital and Institutions Controlled by
West Ham.
Beds allocated on "user basis" to East Ham.

TABLE 8.

Institution.No. of BedsType.
Whipps Cross Hospital131Medical and Surgical.
Central Homes254Able-bodied and Sick.
Forest Gate Hospital74Sick, Maternity & Mental Defectives.
Forest House & Cottages50Chronic Cases.
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(1) Tolmers Park, Herts.
This institution comprising 100 beds for chronic sick patients
from the County Borough of East Ham was opened by the Corporation
on 7/5/40.
Statistical information in respect of this Home is appended
below:—

TABLE 9.

Chargeable on 31-12-44Admitted dining 1945TotalDischargedDiedT ransferred to other InstitutionsChargeable on 31-12-45
94271212229-70
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