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Car. Lab., D. M. Kaplan; Dir. Hist, and Neur. Lab., E. G. Zabriski; Clin. Chiefs, R. F.
Kennedy, L. Casamajor, E. M. Baehr; Assts., S. E. Jelliffe, H. Climenko, W. C.
Herring, W. Timme.

SEW AMSTERDAM EYE JLDixJ EAR HOSPITAL. 230 W. 38th st.

For treatment of diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat.

Supt., T. R. Pooley, M.D. ; Vis. Staff: T. R. Pooley, G. A. Taylor, J. H. Claiborne, E. W.
Shipman, A. C. Bardes, A. T. Eisenberg.

NEW YORK CITY CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL AND SCHOOLS—

Randall's Island. Department of Public Charities, accessible by ferry from the foot
of E. 26th St., 120th or 125th sts. Maintains a Children's Hospital, a School for Feeble-
Minded Children and a Custodial Asylum for homeless idiots.

Pres., W. L. Stowell, M.D. ; Vis. Staff: Phys., E. E. Harris, T. S. Southworth, W. L.
Stowell, W. A. Dunckel: H. E. Hale, Asst. ; Cons. Surgs., A. S. Taylor, E. M. Foote;
Vis. Surgs., W. S. Bainbridge, C. M. Ford, E. VV. Peet; Asst., C. A. Frink; Vis. Orth.,
C. Orgilvy; Asst., P. W. Roberts; Cons. Neur., F. Peterson; Neur., L. P. Clark, C. E.
Atwood; Ophth., C. B. Carter, F. J. McKechnie, T. A. Mulcahy, M. Cohen; Cons. Derm.,
L. D. Bulkley; Derm., 0. H. Holder, C. A. Kinch, S. D. Hubbard; Asst., E. Pisko ;
Path., D. White; Otols., S. J. Kopetzky, D. G. Yates, W. L. Culbert, G. E. Steel, C. J.
Colles, J. A. Mulholland: Neur. Path., T. B. Prout, E. G. Zabriski.

NEW YORK EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY 218 2d av. Tel. 6610

Orchard. For free treatment of diseases of the eye and ear, as well as for those
who are able to pay. Emergency cases received at any hour.

Supt., T. K. Robertson; Vis. Staff: P. A. Callan, E. Gruening, J. E. Weeks, W. E.
Lambert, W. B. Marple, M. E. Tully, F. D. Skeel, H. R. Price, G. Bacon, E. B. Dench,
J. L. Adams, F. Whiting, R. Lewis, Jr., J. A. Kenefick.

NEW YORK HOSPITAL 7 to 23 W. 15th st. Tel. 3900 Chelsea. Ambulance

Dist., 14th and 42d sts., west to North River. Non-contagious, medical and surgical
cases and children received. Patients able to pay are charged $1.50 per day in
wards. Apply to Supt. Patients unable to apply visited at their homes.

Supt., T. Howell, M.D. ; Cons. Staff: Phys., J. W. McLane; C. E. Hackley, E. L. Part-
ridge, L. D. Bulkley, G. L. Peabody, S. W. Lambert; Surgs., C. McBurney, R. F. Weir,
I. A. Stimson ;- Ophth. , C. W. Cutler; Neur., J. R. Hunt; Att'd Staff: Phys.,L. A. Conner;
Asso. Att'd Phys., H. Dayton, N. B. Foster, J. C. Roper, J. C. Greenway, W. R. Williams,
T. B. Barringer, Jr.; Att'd Surgs., F. Hartley, F. W. Murray, P. R. Bolton, A. B. Johnson;
Asso. Att'd Surgs.. \1. A. Downes, P. R. Turnure, E. H. Pool, J. M. Hitzrot; Path., W. J.
Elsei Asst., D. Symmers: Clin. Path., J. C. Roper; Asst. Clin. Path., R. S. Stillman;
Att'd Phys. for Contagious Dis., C. Eggleston ; Dental Surg., H. S. Dunning.

MEW YORK INFIRMARY FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN — 321 E.

15th st. No ambulance. Women are admitted for confinement and women and children
for non-contagious curable diseases. Rate. $7 per week in the wards. Free patients
apply at the Dispensary, 321 E. 15th St., daily from 9 to 10.30 and 2 to 3. P. M.

Supt. M. Munn: Med. Board, H. Baldwin, M. L. Chard, A. S. Daniel, E. B. Kilham,
G. B. Kelly. J. Walter. A. Parry. E. D. Barringer, M. D. Rushmore; Cons. Phys., E. M.
Cushier, E. Gruening, R. A. Hibbs, A. Jacobi, A. Lambert, W. Meyer, W. M. Polk, G. T.
Jackson', H. M. Silver, D. M. Stimson, G. M. Tuttle, R. F. Weir, E. B. Cragin, G. W.
Jacoby, J. Wright, M. D. Rushmore; Att'd Phys., C. S. Finley, H. Baldwin, M. Rushmore;
Path., E. S. L'Esperance; Specialists, Eye, C. M. Auer; Nose, Throat, Ear, A. E. Lam-
phear; Orth., M. Wallin; Skin, L. W. Myers; House Phys., W. A. Ragland.

NEW YORK MATERNITY HOSPITAL Blackwell's Island.— Department

of Public Charities. Tel. 7400 Madison sq. Sub-division of the City Hospital for the
care and treatment of indigent women during confinement. Apply to Superintendent
of Dependent Adults, foot of E. 26th st., from 10 to 3.

SEW YORK NURSERY AND CHILD'S HOSPITAL — 571 Lexington av.

Tel. 421 Plaza. Children under four years of age, free from contagious disease. Wo-
men of good character and unmarried women pregnant for the first time admitted



HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE. 68l

to the lying-in ward. If unable to pay the confinement fee of $25, they must remain
two months after recovery. Apply to the Superintendent, Miss J. A. Hunt, or to the
Secretary.

Cons. Phys., E. L. Partridge, T. C. Southworth; Spec. Cons., V. P. Gibney; Ophth.,
M. E. Tully; Path., W. M. Hartshorne; Att'd Phys., C. F. Collins, R. G. Freeman, C. G.
Kerley, H. McM. Painter, F. Davis, Jr., W. E. Studdiford; Asst. Phys., 0. N. Schloss, H.
Haines.

61st St. Branch.— 161 W. 61st st. Tel. 8S16 Columbus. Foundlings and children of
two years, homeless mothers nursing their infants and confinement cases.

Miss H. L. Jardine, Supt. ; Cons. Staff: L. E. Holt, W. P. \orthrup. T. S: Southworth,
A. M. Thorne, E. L. Partridge, E. B. Cragin, J. W. McLane, J. M. Mabbott: Atfd Staff:
H. McM. Painter, C. G. Kerley, R. G. Freeman, C. F. Collins. F. Davis, Jr.; Path., W. M.
Hartshorne; Res. Phys., W. A. Murphy; Special Service at 61st st. Branch, G. W. Crary,
J. W. McKernon, T. H. Meyers, R. G. Reese.

OPHTHALMIC AND AURAL, INSTITUTE, DISPENSARY AND
HOSPITAL (NEW YORK).— 44 and 46 E. 12th st. For treatment of diseases
of the eye and ear. Indigent people are admitted free of charge. A. Knapp, Exec.
Surg.

ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY" AND HOSPITAL (THE NEW
YORK). — 126 E. 59th st. For the poor suffering from deformities of the spine,
disease of the hip, knee and other joints. Those able to pay are charged for the
apparatus. Children between four and fourteen and women received. Rate, $4 a
week for board. There are a number of free beds. A system of out-door visiting
is maintained. Dispensary service afternoons except Sun.

Cons. Staff: Surgs., C. McBurney. B. F. Curtis, T. H. Myers, R. Abbe, E. H. Pool;
Phys., A. Jacobi. T. E. Satterthwaite, L. E. Holt, W. M. Polk: Neur., P. Bailey; Aur.,

E. B. Dench: Ophth.. F. N. Irwin: Derm., G. M. Fox: Surg. -in-Chief. R. A. Hibbs: Att'd
Disp. Surgs., H. J. Bogardus, B. P. Farrell ; Asst. Surgs., R. G. Moore, F. D. Williams,

F. F. Lyne, R. E. Humphries, R. W. Maclntyre; Att'd Hosp. Phys.. W. K. Draper. L. F.
Frissell; Path., M. Warren; House Surg., M. A. Harrington; Jr. House Surg., H. A.
Durham: Neur., H. C. Loewenstein ; Asst. Phys., L. 0. Wight. A. P Schultz: Corrective
Gymnastics. M. K. Wallin, A. von Sholly.

There is a Country Branch and Industrial School at White Plains. Staff: Surg. -in-
Chief, R. A. Hibbs; Cons. Phys., H. E. Schmid: Cons. Ophth.. F. N. Irwin: Dental Surg.,
D. A. Sniffin: Res. Surgs., F. D. Williams, R. E. Humphries.

PASTEUR INSTITUTE 361 W. 23d st. For the Pasteur treatment of hydro-
phobia. In-door and out-door patients are received: those unable to pay are treated
free. Apply between' 9 and 6.

PEOPLE'S HOSPITAL.— 203 Second av. Tel. 5561 and 5562 Orchard. \o am-
bulance. Non-contagious, meical and surgical cases and children taken.

Cons. Staff: Phys., I. Adler, H. Koplik, C. A. Van Ramdohr, W. Cowen ; Vis. Phys.,
I. M. Rottenberg, A. Fishmann, J. Broder; Att'd Phys.. J. Bieber, L Bernstein; Assts.,
M. Schoenfeld; Vis. Surgs.. B. Tilden, J. P. Grant, J. J. McGrath, J. I. Miller, C.
Pfister: Att'd Surgs., J. J. Lord. M. Lewson, S. Spiegel, J. G. Saphir, M. Rosenthal. S.
Forstot: Assts., M. F. Goldberger, I. Stoloff, J. B. Prager, M. Rosenberg. J. Groif. C.
Fisher, L. Polon : Vis. Ped., M. Wolper, M. Landesman, J. Barsky, M. Girsdansky ;
Att'd Ped.. Z. Sharfin; Vis. Obst., E. K. Browd, G. Wolf: Vis. Derm., L. Weiss: Vis.
Path, and Curat., J. H. Stebbins, Jr.; Vis. Gynec. C. Kennedy, S. Strauss. S. Rotten-
bers?. R. Cronson, J. 0. Polak, B. Gordon, M. Frankel : Att'd Gynec, M. Cisin, M.
Davidoff, J. Weiss; Assts., B. Wolff, A. L. Weindrug; Vis. G.-U., K. B. Page. A. Wolbarst ;
Att'd G.-U., V. C. Pedersen. W. B. Brouner. H. W. Korman : Vis. Orth.. D. D. Ashley:
Vis. Laryn.-Otol.. D. S. Dougherty, I. Grushlaw; Att'd Laryn.-Otol.. C. B. Broder, I. E.
Pasternak, G. Kramer; Asst. Att'd Ophth., M. Rosenbaum ; Vis. Gastro.- Enter., A.
Bassler.

PHILANTHROPIN HOSPITAL.— Fifth av. and 128th st. No ambulance.
Medical, surgical, gynecological and obstetrical cases received and treated. Free to
the destitute sick. Contagious diseases not admitted. Also has private rooms. Ad-
dress applications for admission to the Superintendent.



682 HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE.

Med. Board, R. Cronson, Pres. ; H. Weinstein, Sec; Cons. Staff: Surgs., J. F. Erdman;
Gynec, H. J. Boldt; Ear, Nose and Throat, S. Oppenheim, W. Freudenthal ; Vis. Phys., H.
Weinstein; Att'd Phys., R. Abrahams; Adjs., F. E. Bauer, C. L. Antony, D. Adler, E. P.
Robinson, I. Kornbluh; Vis. Surg., E. W. Peterson; Adjs., N. W. Nelson, A. Lightstone,
F. R. Boyd, V. A. Lyon, J. A. Hyams; Vis. Ped., H. B. Sheffield; Att'd Ped., L. W.
Zwisohn; Vis. Ear, Nose and Throat, M. J. Schwerd, H. M. Hays; Adj., A. N. Schiller, N.
Settei; Vis. Gynec, R. Cronson; Adj., E. K. Browd, S. J. Essenson, J. Weiss, M. Caspe;
Att'd Derm., D. L. Satenstein, A. Bleiman ; Anaest., A. F. Dempewolff; Dist. Vis. Phys.,
M. L. Loeb; Hydro, and Massage, 1. Goldstein.

POLYCLINIC MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL (NEW YORK).

—Founded in 1S82. 214 to '220 E. 34th st. Tel. 7330 Madison sq. Contains one hundred
and five beds, and, in addition to its dispensary service, free wards for medical and
surgical treatment of the sick poor suffering from non-contagious diseases. Also
has private rooms. Apply to the Supt., J. Gunn.

Vis. Staff: Surgs., J. A. Wyeth, J. A. Bodine, A. Lyle, W. S. Bainbridge; G.-U., C. H.
Chetwood; Rectal, J. P. Tuttle; Orth., R. Whitman; Phys., W. H. Katzenbach, W. Van V.
Hayes; Gynec, J. R. Goffe, B. H. Wells, R. H. Wylie; Peds., A. Seibert, C. G. Kerley;
Derm., A. R. Robinson; Ophth., E. S. Thomson, J. R. Shannon; Laryn. and Rhin., D. B.
Delavan. R. C. Myles, F. J. Quinlan; Otol., A. B. Duel, P. Kerrison; Neur., W. B.
Pritchard.

POST-GRADUATE MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL (THE

NEW YORK).— 305 E. 20th st. Tel. 5809 Gramercy. No ambulance. Non-contagious
diseases admitted.

Supt., F. Brush, M.D. ; Vis. Staff: Phys., E. Quintard, M. Einhorn; Assts., R. H.
Halsey, A. F. Chace, L. Kast, R. Abrahams; Surgs., W. B. DeGarmo, W. Tleyer, S. Lloyd,
R. T. Morris, J. J. McGrath, T. Dunham, J. F. Erdmann ; Assts., G. E. Doty, F. Torek,
E. W. Peterson, A. Judd, D'. A. McAuliffe, C. R. Putnam, J. J. Moorhead; Gynec, H. J.
Boldt, J. N. West, G. G. Ward, Jr.; Assts., S. W. Bandler, E. W. Pinkham, F. A. Dor-
man, H. D. Furniss; Orth. Surgs., W. 0. Plimpton, H. L. Taylor; Assts., C. Ogilvy, F. H.
Albee; Rectal Surg., S. G. Gant; Asst., K. K. McAlpine; Aur. Surgs., J. F. MeKernon,
J. B. Rae, W. C. Phillips; Assts., D. MacPherson, W. C. McFarland, R. L. Loughran;
Ped., H. D. Chapin, A. Caille; Assts., G. R. Pisek; Ophth., F. Valk, A. E. Davis, J. H.
Woodward; Assts., E. M. Alger, 0. W. A. Schirmer; Derm., W. B. Brown, S. Pollitzer;
Assts., T. G. Lusk, W. S. Gottheil; G.-U., R. Guiteras, E. Fuller, J. B. Squier; Assts.,
W. Ayres, J. Pedersen; Neur., G. M. Hammond, J. J. MacPhee, M. Schlapp ; Nose and
Throat, C. C. Rice, H. B. Douglass; Asst., T. J Harris; Obst., G. L. Brodhead; Assts.,
H. P. DeForest, W. H. W. Knipe; Phthisiother, S. A. Knopf; Path., H. T. Brooks, F.
Sondern.

PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL.— Madison av. and 70th st. Tel. 1613, 79th.
Ambulance district, 59th to 96th sts., Central Park to the East River. For the sick
po.or of New York City. Patients admitted by the Superintendent, on recommendation
of a manager, after examination by the House Physician or Surgeon, or on recom-
mendation of a physician or surgeon of the hospital, subject to the approval of the
Executive Committee.

Supt., C. I. Fisher, M.D. ; Vis. Phys., F. P. Kinnicutt, W. P. Northrup, W. B. James,
J. S. Thacher, T. C. Janeway; Asso., G. A. Tuttle, D. Bovaird, Jr.; Vis. Surgs., E.
Eliot, Jr., J. A. Blake; Asso., G. Woolsey, F. Hawkes; Assts., C. A. McWilliams, J. A.
Hartwell; 2d Assts., J W. Jameson, J. A. Corscaden; Vis. Path., W. G. MacCallum;
Vis. Phys. to Roentgen Ray, E. W. Caldwell; Cons. Staff: Surgs., C. McBurney, C. K.
Briddon; Gyn., E. B. Cragin ; Neur., M. A. Starr; Laryn., F. H. Bosworth; Otol., W. K.
Simpson; Orth., N. M. Shaffer; Derm., G. T. Jackson; G.-U., A. T. Osgood; Anaest., T. L.
Bennett.

RECEPTION HOSPITAL.— Foot of E. 16th st. (Health Department.) For tem-
porary care of contagious diseases awaiting transfer to Department of Health Hospital.

RED CROSS HOSPITAL (THE NEW YORK).— 395 Central Park W., bet.
99th and 100th sts.

Cons. Staff: Med., W. H. Thompson, E. Le Fevre; Neur., G. Jacoby; Orth., V. P. Gib-
ney: Alienist, W. Mabon; Ophth., C. H. May, F. Van Fleet; Anaast., T. L. Bennett;
Heart and Lungs, T. E. Satterthwaite ; Otol. and Laryn., W. C. Phillips.



HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE. 683

Vis. Staff: Surgs., H. A. Haubold, I. Haynes; Phys., L. K. Neff; Gynec, G. H. Mallett,
S. Marx; Oto.-Laryn., R. J. Held, S. J. Kopetzky; Ophth., J. Mills; G.-U., F. Bierhoff,
T. M. Townsend; Gastro-Enterol., R. C. Kemp; Obst., I. L. Hill; Att'd Surgs., P. Syms,
J. F. Connors, J. J. Moorhead, H. D. Meeker; Att'd Phys., H. Brooks, S. A. Brown;
Att'd Gastro-Enterol., E. E. Smith; Asst. Surgs., P. S. Boynton, A. T. Rossano; Asst.
Gynec, W. L. Bradley, L. Marcus, J. E. Fuld; Asst. G.-U., J. J. Valentine; Asst. Phys.,
H. G. Harris, W. G. Eynon; Neur., S. P. Goodhardt; Clin. Path., A. T. Gonzales; Gross.
Path., A. T. Weston.

RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL..— North Brother Island. Health Department. Receives
contagious diseases.

Vis. Phys., A. R. Braunlich, E. J. Richardson.

RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTIVES.— North Brother Island
(Health Department.) For advanced cases only, with tubercle bacilli in the sputum.
Admission through Tuberculosis Hospital Bureau, 426 First av.

Vis. Phys., S. A. Knopf, J. H. Huddleston, W. J. Pulley, B. H. Waters, J. M. Creamer.

ROCKEFELLER INSTITUTE, HOSPITAL OF THE.— 66th st. and Av.
A. Tel. 6800 Plaza. Med. Die, R. .. Cole, M.D. ; Res. Phys., G. C. Robinson.

ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL..— 58th to 59th st. and 9th av. Tel. 2340-1-2-3-4
Columbus. Medical, surgical and gynecological cases admitted. Contagious diseases
not admitted. Children are taken. Cases admitted between 9 A. M. and 5 P. M.,
except accident and emergency cases, which are admitted at all hours. Application
should be made to the hospital. Those unable to apply visited at home. Patients
living out of the city must send certificate of reputable physician, stating the
nature and probable duration of disease. Those able to pay are charged $10.50 per
week in wards.

Supt., C. B. Grimshaw; Cons. Board: Phys., F. Delafield, G. L. Peabody, W. H.
Thomson; Surgs., R. Abbe, R. R. Weir, J. A. Blake, L. W. Hotchkiss; Gynec, T. A.
Emmet, R. Watts; Neur., P. Bailey; Laryn., J. E. Newcomb; Ophth., W. S. Holden;
Otol., G. Bacon; Derm., C. T. Dade; Orth., L. Ely; Path., T. N. Prudden ; Bacteriol., A.
Wadsworth; Vis. Phys., F. W. Jackson, J. S. Thacher, E. Evans; Vis. Surgs., G. E.
Brewer, C. H. Peck; Gynec, G. M. Tuttle, H. C. Taylor; Jr. Phys., A. E. Sumner; Jr.
Surg., W. Darrach, C. N. Dowd; Jr. Gynec, W. P. Healy; Path., M. Warren.

RUPTURED *AND CRIPPLED (NEW YORK SOCIETY FOR RE-
LIEF OF).— 135 E. 42d st. Tel. 1253 Murray Hill. Curable children from four to
fourteen years, who are ruptured and crippled, are received. Appliances and ban-
dages free to indigent adults. A moderate charge is made to others. No con-
tagious cases admitted. Apply to Superintendent from 1 to 3 P. M., except Sun. and
holidays.

Supt., 0. H. Bartine; Surg. -in-Chief, V. P. Gibney; Cons. Staff: Surgs., R. Abbe, C. T.
Poore, J. W. S. Gouley, C. McBurney. J. D. Bryant, H. S. Stearns, A. S. Taylor; Phys.,
F. P. Kinnicutt, L. E. Holt, A. A. Smith, W. B. James, A. Flint, Jr.; Derm., L. D
Bulkley; Ophth. Surg., 0. Webster; Aur. Surg., G. Bacon; Neur., P. Bailey; Laryn., D. B.
Delavan; Att'd Phys., N. B. Potter, W. Tillinghast Bull; Assts., A. H. Busby, A. Vander
Veer, Jr.: Orth. Dept., Asso Surgs., W. R. Townsend, R. Whitman; Assts., H. Gibney, H.
L. Taylor, A. H. Cilley, C. Wallace, W. W. Strang; Hernia Dept., Att'd Surgs., W. B.
Coley, J. B. Walker; Assts., W. A. Downes, J. H. Waterman.

ST. ANDREW'S CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN.— 237

E. 17th st. For women and girls of good character, and children who need care,
nursing and rest.
Summer Branch, St. Andrew's Rest, Woodcliff Lake, N. J.

ST. ANN'S MATERNITY HOSPITAL, (the lying-in Depatment of the N. Y.
Foundling Hospital).— 130 E. 69th st. Tel. 1187-1188 Plaza. Unmarried, preg-
nant for the first time, and destitute married women, or for those who can afford to
pay. Apply to the Superior, Sister Teresa Vincent.

Vis. Phys., J. Aspell; Asst. Vis. Phys., W. J. Maroney; Cons. Phys., H. C. Coe.

ST. ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL.-415-419 W. 51st st. Under the care of th«
Sisters of St. Francis. No contagious diseases.



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HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE.



Supt., Mother Celso; Att'd Phys. and Surgs., J. R. Alvarez, D. Bissell, J. A. Bodine,
R. Eastman, W. T. Gibb, J. R. Goffe, H. Griswold, H. Grad, G. T. Harrison, F. G. Hol-
lister, H. C. Hazen, J. J. Moll, P. Outerbridge, E. S. Peck, E. Quinn, J. N. West, J. A.
Wyeth, J. V. D. Young, C. C. Barrows, J. L. Adams, T. Morgan, H. F. Quackenbos, W.
Gilday, J. Taylor, J. Quinn, W. Morgan, J. Byrne, H. D. Meeker, A. Newman, W. Ford,
W. P. Healy, R. Graham, C. I. Proben. B. Tilton, D. E. Walker, W. R. Thompson, G. W.
Fitch, V. D. Agostino, F. Coerr, F. A. Cleland, F. P. Grant, G. B. Lee, N. J. Marxuach,
W. McMurdy, S. W. Stone, F. E. Neef, F. H. Richards, H. S. Pascal, W. I. Dannreuther,
P. H. Gray, Wm. Young, E. McDonald, G. W. Kosmak, V. Sillo, C. F. Adams, F. L. Taylor,
T. J. Carney, A. M. Lesser, H. P. MacGregor, J. J. McGrath, G. Boskowitz, W. H. Strat-
ford, J. E. MacKenty.

ST. FRANCIS HOSPITAL.— E. 142d st., bet. Brook and St. Ann's av. Tel.
2514 Melrose. In charge of the Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis. No ambulance. For
medical and surgical treatment of the sick poor. Only curable and non-contagious
cases admitted. Capacity, 400 beds.

Phys. -in-Chief, J. Doming; Vis. Phys., A. Seibert, L. F. Warner, T. F. McParlan, A. M.
Leon, J. E. Shrady, A. R. Braunlich; Vis. Surgs., F. Kammerer, S. Lloyd, J. Rogers;
■Asst. Vis. Phys., L. Von Roeder, F. L. Donlon, F. E. Marscheider, E. C. Podvin, W. F.
Neumann, D. J. Donovan; Asst. Vis. Surgs., F. E. Edgerton, W. A. Downes, F. S.
Matthews; Cons. Phys., G. H. Lellman, F. E. Miller, C. M. Cauldwell, F. Schwyzer;
Path., J. H. Larkin; Elect.-Ther., J. P. McParlan; Derm., F. H. Dillingham; Ophth.,
J. B. Lynch; Laryn., M. J. Schwerd; Neur., J. J. McPhee; Cons. Aurist, R. Lewis; Orth.,
G. R. Elliott.

St. Francis Home. — 609 Fifth st. Annex to St. Francis Hospital. For the eare of
chronic and incurable cases. Phys., L. Haupt, G. T. Mundorff.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL, FOR CONSUMPTIVES (1882).— E. 143d and
144th sts. , bet. Brook and St. Ann's avs. In charge of the Sisters of the Poor of St.
Francis. Free to the poor. Capacity, 400 beds. Vis. days, Sun. and Thurs. , 2 to 4.
Apply to Sister Superior at the hospital, 8 A. M. to 1 P. M.

Phys. -in-Chief, F. H. Dillingham; Phys.-in-Charge, H. Wollner; Vis. Phys., C. A.
Rhodes, A. R. Braunlich, J. F. Holmes, F. A. Deal, W. A. Dalton, S. Milbank, H. D.
Goetchius, W. L. Eyers, J. L. Dinning, G. H. Matthews, H. L. Shively, J. B. Huber,
J. H. Bainton, H. H. Rowland; Vis. Surgs., E. \1. Foote, M. J. Schwerd, C. H. Mc-
Illwaine, J. H. Larkins; Cons. Phys., J. Doming, F. E. Miller, C. M. Cauldwell; Res.
Phys., P. J. McKenzie. m

ST. LAURENCE HOSPITAL.— Edgecombe Road and W. 163d st.
Supt., Sister M. Ignatius; Cons. Staff: Phys., C. MacGuire; Surg., J. D. Bryant;
Gynec, J. Aspell; Att'd Staff: Phys., T. Kelly; Surgs., S. J. Walsh, T. D. Merrigan.

ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL.— 113th st. and Amsterdam av. Tel. 780 Morningside.
No ambulance. Medical and surgical treatment to patients with acute curable and
non-contagious diseases. Children's wards. Board in wards for adults, $10.50 per
week; $6 in children's wards. Free to those certified as unable to pay. Apply be-
tween 10 A. M. and 5 P. M. Physicians will be sent to examine patients living in
New York for admission if they are confined to their beds.

Supt., Rev. G. F. Clover; Cons. Staff: Phys., C. W. Packard, F. P. Kinnicutt, B. Rob-
inson, H. F. Walker, F. Delafield; Surgs., C. McBurney, L. B. Bangs, F. W. Murray, J. A.
Blake, B. F. Curtis; Orth. Surg., N. M. Shaffer; Laryn., D. B. Delavan; Gynec, W. M.
Polk; Path., T. M. Prudden; Derm., G. T. Elliot; Neur., P. Bailey; Otol., E. R. Dench;
Vis. Staff: Phys., V. H. Norrie, A. W. Hollis, S. W. Lambert, C. F. Collins; Asso. Att'd
Phys., F. S. Meara, H. S. Patterson, E. W. Gould; Surgs., R. Abbe, C. L. Gibson; Asso.
Att'd H. H. M. Lyle, W. Martin; Orth. Surg., T. H. Myers; Ophth., C. W. Cutler; Path.,
F. C. Wood.

ST. MARK'S HOSPITAL.— 177 and 179 2d av. Tel. 1180 Orchard. No ambu-
lance. Physicians can attend their own patients with the permission of the visiting
physician. Those unable to pay are received free; others are charged $8 per week
in wards. Obstetrical and children's wards. Contagious wards excluded. Out-door
department always open.

Supt., Elsie Weickert; Cons. Staff: Phys., R. W. Wilcox, L. Weber: Surgs., C. Mc-
Burney; Ophth.. W. F. Mittendorf: Gyn.. H. J. Garrierues: Obst.. C. A. Von Ramdohr:



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Otol. -Laryn., W. Freudenthal ; Vis. Staff: Phys., I. M. Rottenberg, H. Stern; Att'd
Phys., C. E. Denhard, H. Kreuder, L. G. Weber, H. C. Watson; Surgs., B. T. Tilton,
C. Pfister, C. R. L. Putnam: Att'd Surgs., J. F. Erdman, G. I. Miller, J. Heckman, E.
C. Beck; Vis. Gyn., A. Shulman, A. Von Grimm; Att'd Gyn., S. Rottenberg, E. K. Browd,
L. F. Garrigues; Vis. Obst. and Ped., 0. Maier: Derm., L. Weiss; Bacter., H. T. Brooks;
Path., H. Kreuder; Orth., 0. D. Ashley.

ST. MARY'S FREE HOSPITAL, FOR CHILDREN.- 405-411 W. 34th st.
Tel. 6515 Murray Hill. Under the charge of the Sisters of St. Mary (P. E.) Children
between two and fourteen years suffering from acute or curable diseases received.
Apply to Sister Superior. Patients out of town must send a physician's certificate
stating nature of disease.

Vis. Staff: G. M. Swift, C. N. Dowd, F. S. Mathews, W. A. Downes, C. E. Farr, P.
Van Ingen: Cons. Staff: R. Watts, F. Delafield, C. McBurney; Neur., M. A. Starr;
Path., W. C. Clarke; Asst., Ten E. Elmendorf; Radiog., G. S. Cole; Bacter., T. F.
Bridgman.

For Out-Door Department see The Wilkes Dispensary. There is a Country Branch at
Norwalk, Conn., for cases needing a change of air. Open June 15th to Oct. 1st. Phys.-
in-Charge, C. G. Bohannan.

ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL,.— 11th and 12th sts. and 7th av. In charge of
the Sisters of Charity. Medical and surgical treatment of the sick, except contagious
diseases. Wards free to the destitue sick. Those able to pay are charged $6 per
week. Accommodates 380 patients. Out-patient department open daily (except Sun-
day), 2 to 4 P. M. Ambulance service. Only men visitors allowed patients on Sunday,
in case of extreme illness, visits of immediate relatives or friends are not restricted
to the regular days or hours.

Vis. Staff: Phys., C. J. MacGuire, H. M. Biggs, T. Kelly, J. M. Ferrer, C. E. Nammack,
W. L. Baner, J. B. Bissell ; Assts., P. Murray, M. O'Rourke; Surgs., F. S. Dennis, J. D.
Bryant, G. D. Stewart, S. J. Walsh, L. L. Keyes, Jr.; Assts., J. J. Higgins, W. C. Lusk,
W. S. Ford; Gynec, J. Aspell, W. J. Maroney; Laryn., F. J. Quinlan; Asst., J. A.
O'Connell: Ophth., P. A. Callan; Paths., J. H. Larkin, A. R. Mandel; Cons. Staff:
Surgs.. J. W. S. Gouley, S. Smith, C. Phelps; Gynec, W. Polk, R. F. Weir; Neur.. E.
Fisher; Laryn., F. E. Bosworth ; Derm., P. A. Morrow; Orth. Surg., R. H. Sayre.

SETON HOSPITAL,.— Spuyten Duyvil Parkway, Spuyten Duyvil. Tel. 56-57 Kings-
bridge. No ambulance. For the better treatment of consumption. In charge of the
Sisters of Charity. Consumptives in all stages of the disease received. 220 beds.
The Nazareth Branch, exclusively for women and children, has 216 beds. Those able
to pay are charged $7 per week in the wards. Application for admission may be
made through the attending physicians, the Sister in charge, or the Superintendent
of Public Charities. Children under five years of age admitted.

Cons. Staff: Phys., F. Delafield. T. M. Prudden, A. M. Shrady ; Laryn., C. Wagner,
W. K. Simpson; Ophth., F. J. Parker; Att'd Staff: Phys., J. A. Miller, L. F. Frissell, T. S.



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