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ment of medical science and social intercourse.

MEMBERSHIP. — All members must be regular practitioners of medicine
registered with the County Clerk, and members of the Oneida County Medical
Society.

MEETINGS are held on the Thursday evening nearest the 15th of the month,
except in June, July, and August, at the residences of the members. Annual
meeting in March.

OFFICERS. — Vi\ B. Roemer, Pres.; M. J. Davies, Sec. and Treas., 191 Gene-
see St., Utica.

UTICA MEDICAL, LIBRARY ASSOCIATION Organized August

30, 1879, to promote the interests of medical science and social intercourse
among the profession.

MEMBERSHIP. — The requirements are: Evidence that the applicant has
complied with all legal requirements concerning the practice of medicine in
the State of New York.

ANNUAL DUES, $1.

MEETINGS are held on the first Monday evening of each month at the
I^itterfield House. Annual meeting in October.

OFFICERS.— F. D. Crlm, Pres.; W. S. Morris, Sec, Deerfleld; F. J. Douglass,
Treas., 182 Genesee st.

YONKERS.

JENKINS MEDICAIi ASSOCIATION.— Annual meeting on the
second Thursday in May.

OFFICERS. — James W. Bowden, Pres.; George S. Mooney, Sec, Yonkers.



HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE.

•Signifies that no reply haa b>3en received in response to request for
Information.

AL.BAMY.

ALBANY HOSPITAL,.— New Scotland av., Albany. Tel. 264 Chapel.

VISITING DAYS.— In the general wards, 2 to 5 P.M. Wednesday and Satur-
day; In the private ward«, 2 to 5 dally.

SUPERINTENDENT.— J L. Godiey,

APOTHECARY.— F. J. Palmer.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— Samuel B. Ward, Henry Hun, Joseph D. Craig,
Howard Van Rensselaer.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— Albert Vander Veer, William Hailes, Samuel R.
Morrow, Willla G. Macdonald.

OBSTETRIC SURGEONS.— George E. Lochner, William H. Happel.

CONSULTING STAFF.— Samuel H. Freeman, James P. Boyd, John M.
Blgelow.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— Cyrus S. Merrell, Herman Bendell, Frederic C.
Curtis, Ezra A. Bartlett, Arthur G. Rott, George Blumer.

HOUSE STAFF.— Arthur A. Will, Thomas H. Cunningham, John M. GrifBn,
Michael J. Thornton, E. Gerard Griffin and Arthur F. Holding.

ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL.— Albany. Broadway and N. Ferry st.
Tel. 1186 Chapel. In charge of the Sisters of Mercy.

ADMISSION. — Applicants must present a certificate from one of the medical
ofl!lcers. Medical and surgical cases, diseases of the eye and ear and of
children are received, irrespective of religious belief. Board, for those able
to pay, $5 per week in the wards.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— Henry Hun, A. McFarlane.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— W. Hailes, J. V. Hennessy and S. R. Morrow.

OPHTHALMIC SURGEONS.— G. S. Munson and T. F. C. Van Allen.

LARYNGOLOGIST.— C. F. Theisen.

CONSULTING STAFF.— T. Perry, Physician; P. J. Keegan, Surgeon.

BlIFFAliO.

BUFFAI.,0 GENERAL. HOSPITAL..— 100 High St., nr. Main. Tel.
o40 Tupper. Has an active ambulance service, its district being the city
of Buffalo.

ADMISSION. — This is a hospital for the treatment of medical, surgical,
gynecological, ophthalmological, and obstetrical cases. There are limited
accommodations for contagious diseases. Board, In the wards, $7 per week.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, 2 to 5 P.M.

WARDEN.— Renwick R. Ross. M.D.

PHARMACIST.— W. E. Strong.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— Cornelius Wyckoif, Thomas Lothrop, Conrad
Dlehl, D. W. Harrington.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— Charles Cary. Henry R. Hopkins, Charles G.
Stockton. De Lancey Rochester, Ell H. Long, George A. Himmelsbach, As-
sistants.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— John Hauenstein, M. Hartwig, W. W. Potter,
Herbert Mickle.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— William C. Phelps, Roswell Park, John Par-
n-enter; C. P. Smith, Assistant.

SPECIAL CONSULTING STAFF.— Obstetrician, M. D. Mann; Laryngologist,
P. W. Hinkel; Dermatologist, E. Wende; Oral Surgeon, William C. Barrett;
Neurologists, J. W. Putnam, W. C. Krauss; Orthopedic Surgeon, Bernard
Bartow.

SPECIAL ATTENDING STAFF.— Gynecologists, Matthew D. Mann, M. A.
Crockett; Assistants, G. J. Haller, R. F. Keyes. Ophthalmologists, L. Howe,
L. Burrows. Aural Surgeon, F. W. Hinkel. Obstetrician, P. W. Van Peyma;
Assistant, L. Schroeter. Pediatrlsts, D. H. Sherman, I. M. Snow. Pathologist,

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HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE. G5u

Herbert U. Williams; Assistant, N. G. Russell. Clinical Pathologists, Thomas
B. Carpenter, H. R. Gaylord.
HOUSE STAFF.— Edgar McGuire; M. D. Huse, Surgeon.

BUFFALO HOSPITAL OF THE SISTERS OF CHARITY.—

Main St., nr. Delavan av. Tel. 1833 Main st. A general hospital having
medical, surgical, and ophthalmic wards.

PHYSICIANS.— H. C. Buswell, De Lancey Rochester. Carlton Jewett, G. H.
Westinghouse, W. H. Slacer.

SURGEONS.— C. M. Daniels, E. J. Meyer, E. A. Smith, E. M. Dooley.

GYNECOLOGISTS.— L. G. Hanley, S. Y. Howell.

OPHTHALMOI-OGISTS.— H. Y. Grant, E. G. Starr.

LARYNGOLOGISTS AND OTOLOGISTS.— J. J. Mooney, Max Kelser.

DERMATOLOGIST.— Grover W. Wende. i

PEDIATRISTS.— A. J. Colton, A. W. Bayliss, W. C. Callanan.

GENITO-URINARY.— B. H. Daggett, W. D. Greene.

NEUROLOGIST.— E. S. Tobie.

CLINICAL PATHOLOGIST.— Charles S. Jewett.

PATHOLOGIST.— N. W. Wilson.

INTERNE STAFF.— G. W. Gorrill, E. D. Gibson, C. S. Wilson, C. W. Banta,
R. G. Strong.

ST. MARY'S INFANT ASYLUM .VND MATERNITY HOS-
PITAL.— Buffalo. 126 Edward st. Tel. 179 Tupper. In charge of the

ADMISSION.— Board in the maternity wards, $5 per week. Confmement
fee, $25. Children under two years, $2 to $5 per week; over two years,
$1.25 per week.

VISITING DAY. — Thursday, 3 to 4 P.M.

SUPERIORESS.— Sister Maria Conway.

CHIEF OBSTETRICIAN.— L. G. Hanley.

ASSISTANT OBSTETRICIANS.— P. J. Candee, E. J. Carr, N. W. Wilson.
J. Stoddart.

ATTENDING PEDIATRISTS.— W. H. Slacer, J. Stoddart, W. C. Callanan.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— Aurist, H. Y. Grant; Laryngologist, James J.
Moonev.

The medical and surgical staff of the Buffalo Hospital Sisters of Charity are
called upon as occasion demands.

COOPEUSTOWN.

♦THANKSGIVING HOSPITAL.— Cooperstown, N. Y.
STAFF.— J. K. Leaning, J. H. Moore, H. D. Sill, G. C. Thayer.

EliJTIIRA,

ARNOT-OGDEN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, ELMIRA.— Roe

av. Tel. 500. The gift of Mrs. A. Ogden.

ADMISSION. — Application for admission should be made to the Attending
Physician or the Superintendent, Miss Grace R. D. Kinney. Accident cases
are admitted at any hour. Board, S7 per week. Those applying for admis-
sion as non-paying patients must have their inability to pay certified to
by a manager or a member of the medical staff. The admission of such
patients is restricted to surgical cases, and cases of acute disease, ^ and
those chronic cases that are likely to prove amenable to treatment within
three months. Children are received.

VISITING DAYS.— Monday. Wednesday, and Friday, 2 to 5 P.M.. with the
consent of the attending physician or, in his absence, of the superintendent.
Relatives and friends may be admitted on Sunday at the discretion of the
superintendent or of the attending physician. No visitor shall remain more
than one hour except by special permission from the attending physician.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS. — C. W. M. Brown, Henry Flood, Hamilton
D. Wey.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— A. H. Baker (January and February), Arthur
W. Booth (March and April), Ross G. Loop (May and June), Harry H. Ford
(September rnd October), Frederick C. Annabel (November and December),

OPHTHALMOLOGIST.— George M. Case.



654 HOSPITALS OP NEW YORK STATE.

FISHKIL.L. liANDING.

HIGHLAND HOSPITAL..— Fishkill Landing. Founded May 1. 187L
No one is ever refused admittance to this hospital because of inability to pay.
yet if the patients can contribute toward their support while in the hosi>ltal
it is expected that they will give what they can.

MATRON.— Mrs. John B. Whitson .

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— J. H. Doughty, George H. Williams, Howell
White and J. W. Atwood.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.— W. J. Conklin.

ITHACA.

FAXTON HOSPIT-AL AND TRAINING SCHOOL FOR

NURSES.- Sunset av., Ithaca, N. Y.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss M. E. Cadmus.

KING'S PARK.

LONG ISLAND STATE HOSPITAL.— King's Park. Tel. 11
Northnort.

VISITING DAYS.— Any .day of the week; Sunday and Wednesday especially.

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT.— Oliver M. Dewing.

FIRST ASSISTANT PHYSICIAN.— George O'Hanlon.

SECOND ASSISTANT PHYSICIAN.— Walter H. Kidder.

ASSISTANT PHYSICIANS.— Paul G. Taddiken, Arthur J. Capron, Theodore
I. Townsend and W. H. Hagenbuch.

JUNIOR PHYSICIAN.— D. C. MacClymont.

ASSISTANT JUNIOR PHYSICIANS.— Bryant G. Williams, John R. Harding,
B. Ross Nairn and Ethan A. Nevin.

WOMAN PHYSICIAN.— Anna Craig.

MEDICAL INTERNE.— Menas S. Gregory.

APOTHECARY.— J. E. Corbett.

NE\¥ YORK C5TY.

BOROUGHS OF MANHATTAN AND BRONX.

BABIES' HOSPITAL, 657 and 659 Lexington ave. Tel. 1408. 38th st.

ADMISSION. — Sick babies under three years of age are received. Apply to
Superintendent, Miss Marianna Wheeler.

VISITING DAYS.— At any time.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— L. Emmet Holt and Reuel B. Kimball.

VISITING SURGEON.— Arthur L. Fisk.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— A. Jacobi, F. P. Kinnicut. E. B. Bronson,
T. E. Satterthwaite and Pearce Bailey.

OPHTHALMOLOGIST AND AURIST.— W. B. Marple.

BELLEA^UE HOSPITAL, Ist ave., 26th to 2Sth sts. Tel. 605 Madison
sq.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— From Houston st. to 42d Bt., from 4th are. to
East River. Ambulances may be summoned by telephone from any police
station.

ADMISSION.— Destitute residents of the City and County of New York only,
of any creed and nationality, including children, except those suffering from
eye trouble, are admitted, and are treated gratuitously at the expense of the
city. Cases of accident or sudden illness are received at any hour. All other
applications for admission should be made to George Blair, Superintendent
of Out-Door Poor, foot of E. 26th st., from 10 to 4, every day but Saturday;
on that day from 10 to 12. The office is closed on Sundays. After these office
hours, or on Sunday, application should be made directly to the hospital.
When a person is at home and unable to leave bed, application for admission
should be made to police, by a relative or friend, when an ambulance will
call for the patient.

VISITING DAYS.— Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 1 to 4, and 6 to 8,
and on Sunday from 1 to 5.

SUPERINTENDENT.— George Taylor Stewart, M.D.



HOSPITALS OP NEW YORK STATE. 655

APOTHECARY.— Martin O'Connor.

MEDICAL BOARD — W. M. Polk. A. A. Smith, W. Gill Wylle, C. L. Dana,
G. B. Fowler, H. P. Loomis, W. B. James, H. M. Biggs, A. Lambert, W. G,
Thompson, A. Flint, Jr., F. W. Jackson, J. W. Brannan, Charles E. Nam-
mack, Egbert Le Fevre, Charles Phelps, W. F. Fluhrer, J. D. Bryant, F. S.
Dennis, S. Alexander, B. B. Gallaudet, George Woolsey, F. W. Gwyer, R. W.
Taylor, Joseph B. Bissell, H. C. Coe, L. Bolton Bangs, George Lockwood, J. B.
Walker, B. Farcmhar Curtis, George D. Stewart and Charles H. Chetwood.

CONSULTING BOARD.— F. Dclafield, S. Smith, E. L. Keyes, Au.stin Flint,
I?. F. Weir, C. A. Leale, ■ J. W. S. Gouley, L. A. Stimson and A. Jacobi.

ASSISTANT VISITING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— Warren Coleman, C.
C. Barrows, Robert J. Carlisle, W. E. Studdiford, C. J. Strong, R. H. Wylie,
L. Hotchklss, J. R. Hayden, James Pedersen, Thomas A. Smith, J. Tilden and
E. Echevarra.

HOUSE STAFF.— A. Stern, E. E. Carter, W. Whitney, H. Emerson, B. Ander-
son, A. M. Line, P. G. Phillips and E. Holden.

INSANE PAVILION.— W. E. Young.

AMBULANCE SURGEONS.— C. Clark, C. Cochran, J. K. Train and S. L. Cash.

THE NEW YORK TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES ATTACHED TO
BELLE VUE HOSPITAL. 26th st. and 1st. av.
SUPERINTENDENT.— Agnes S. Brennan.

THE BELLEVUE HOSPITAL TRAINING SCHOOL FOR MALE NURSES.
SUPERINTENDENT.— Mr.s. A. S. Willard.

BETH ISRAEL. HOSPITAL, 206 E. Broadway. Tel. 2012 Franklin.
No ambulance service.

ADMISSION. — All cases of acute non-contagious diseases, without distinction
of creed, nationality or age, are admitted. Free to the poor. Applicant must
be brought to the hospital. Apply to the Superintendent, J. Bordhardt.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday, 2 to 3 P.M.

APOTHECARY.— I. Feldman.

VISITING STAFF.— A. E. Isaacs, L. J. Ladinskl, A. Brothers, J. Halpern,
M. Romm, B. Gordon, D. Robinsohn and J. I. Bluestone.

CONSULTING STAFF.— A. Jacobi. E. Le Fevre, F. W. Gwyer, H. J. Boldt,
W. Freudenthal, J. E. Weeks, E. D. Fisher and W. S. Gottheil.

PATHOLOGIST.— H. T. Brooks.

HOUSE STAFF. — William Levy, House Surgeon; M. Rabinovitz, Junior Sur-
geon; Joel Grosner, House Physician, and M. Goldstein, Junior Physician.

CITY HOSPITAL., BLACKWELL'S ISLAND.— (Formerly Charity Hos-
pital.) — Department of Public Charities. Tel. 605 Madison sq.

ADMISSION. — For all classes of the destitute sick, except those having
contagious^ diseases; the latter are referred to the Board of Health. Apply to
George Bmir, Supt. of Out-Door Poor, foot of B. 26th st., 10 to 3. The
hospital has medical, surgical, venereal, ophthalmological, dermatological and
gynecological departments. The Epileptic Pavilion, and the Maternity Hos-
pital are also sub-divisions of the City Hospital. They are all reached by
steamboat from the foot of E. 26th St., at 10.30 A.M., permits having been
secured from the Superintendent of the Out-Door Poor.

VISITING DAYS.— Daily, 10 to 4.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Joseph Schilling.

APOTHECARY.— William Seelig.

VISITING STAFF.— E. S. Peck, R. Kalish, P. A. Morrow, E. B. Bronson,
A. M. Phelps, F. H. Wiggln, R. Guiteras, J. A. Fordyce, C A. Herter, G. E.
Brewer, E. D. Fisher, J. Frankel, E. M. Foote, C. B. Camac, C. C. Ransom,
H. S. Stearns, W. K. Draper, R. H. Greene, A. H. Ely, A. W. Strouse, F. J,
Quinlan, W. W. GilflUan, N. B. Potter, C. E. Quimby, D. H. McAlpln, Jr.,
J. R. Goffe, E. Fuller, F. Peterson, R. H. M. Dawbarn, C. L. Gibson, G. M.
Hammond and F. Cabot.

HOUSE STAFF.— M. M. Guillen, J. A. Bartley, D. Haggard, D. J. O'Brien,
W. P. Cornell, J. L. Hughes, P. A. Potter and C. L. Antony.

THE NEW YORK CITY TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES, Blackwell's
Island, in Connection with City, Maternity, Governeur, Fordham and Harlem
Hospitals. Superintendent, Mary S. Gilmour.



650 HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Mary S. Gllmcur.

The course of training occupies two years. Apply either in person or by
letter to the superintendent of the training school.

COLORED HOME AND HOSPITALi, E. 141st St., west of Southern
Boulevard. Tel. 69S Harlem. No ambulance service.

ADMISSION. — The Institution comprises a home for the aged and infirm,
and for destitute colored persons of both sexes, and for incurables; a hos-
pital for medical and surgical cases; a maternity pavilion, and a separate
building for cases of tuberculosis. Residents of the city, unable to pay
board, should apply to Mr. George Blair, Supt. Out-Door Poor, foot of E. 26th
St. Those able to pay, and all non-residents, must make application to the
Superintendent of the hospital, and must pay quarterly in advance.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, from 2 to 5 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Amzi Lake.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— Louis F. Bishop and Thomas B. Ives.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— John A. Hartwell and Benjamin F. Tilton.

CONSULTING STAFF.— Thomas W. Bickerton, Consult. Phys. ; Charles Mc-
Burney, Consult. Surg. ; Henry D. NicoU, Consult. Obstetrician.

OPHTHALMOLOGIST.— Neil J. Hepburn.

PATHOLOGIST.— G. A. Tuttle; Albert E. Childs, Asst.

HOUSE STAFF. — Edward B. Hart, House Physician and Surgeon; Leonard G.
Weber, Assistant.

COLUMBUS HOSPITAL, 226 E. 20th st. Tel. 1856, 18th. For the free
medical and surgical treatment of the sick poor of every nationality, creed
and color. Pay patients are received at moderate rates. Apply to the House
Physician, or to the Mother Superior.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Thursday, from 2.30 to 4.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Mother Agostina Chiodini.

APOTHECARY.— Frederick Trau.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— Charles H. Lewis, Farquhar Ferguson.

VISITING SURGEONS.— Ramon Guiteras, Simon J. Walsh; Frederick C.
Keller, John J. McGrath, Assts.

GYNECOLOGIST.— Egbert H. Grandin; E. P. Mallet, Asst.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN.— Gustave Boucher.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— Stephen Smith and George F. Shrady.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— Peter A. Callan, Ophthalmologist; Cornelius G.
Coakley, Laryngolcgist; Farquhar Ferguson, Pathologist; Edward D. Fisher,
Neurologist; George T. Elliot, Dermatologist.

HOUSE STAFF.— Ingrahara J. Green, Thomas A. Martin and Daniel M.
Driscoll.

^CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL, ST. ANDREW'S, 213 E. 17th st.
In charge of the Sisterhood of St. John Baptist. This hospital receives and
cares for, free of charge, girls and women who need care and rest, but who
are not sufflciently ill to be received in a general hospital. They are re-
ceived, upon the approval of the visiting physician, without regard to creed.
All contagious disorders, chronic diseases and nervous and mental diseases
are excluded.

*EMERGENCY HOSPITAL, 223 E. 26th St.— (Department of Public
Charities). This hospital receives and takes care of women, who are taken
In labor in the street, or who are on their way to the maternity hospital on
Blackwell's Island. The medical service is performed by members of the
house staff of Bellevue Hospital.

EPILEPTIC HOSPITAL, BLACKWELL'S ISLAND.— A sub-division of
the City Hospital.
ADMISSION.— Receives both male and female epileptics.

EYE AND EAR HOSPITAL, 3IANHATTAN, 103 Park av., cor.
41st St. Tel. 2992, 3Sth.

ADMISSION. — Free only to those who are too poor to pay for medical
advice. No distinction as to age, creed, sex or nationality. Special wards for



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contagious ophthalmia— the only wards In the city. Apply to the Superinten-
dent, H. W. Hawthorne.
VISITING DAYS.— Every day, except Sunday, 1 to 3 P.M.

OPHTHALMIC DEPARTMENT.

SURGEONS.— O. D. Pomeroy, D. Webster, J. B. Emerson, F. N. Lewis, N. J.
ir.epburn, F. Van Fleet and J. E. Giles.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.— J. L. Barnes, S. M. Payne, R. T. Howe, M. L.
Foster, A. B. Deynard, D. H. Weisner, F. J. Blodgett, A. E. Davis, W. M. D.
Carhart, H. E. Stafford, J. B. Hallwood, W. W. GilflUan, D. C. DeWolf, J. R.
Shannon. L. L. Mial, H. S. Miles, C. W. Kinney, E. S. Thomson, J. W. Cassel,
A. F. Koontz, J. R. Nelson, S. F. Hallock, I. H. Lent, H. W. Wootton, E. L.
Oatmon, Arthur R. Turner, Ralph Opdyke and H. S. Lovell.

CLINICAL ASSISTANTS.— J. W. Wilson, S. T. Carter, K. H. Sewny, H.
Jarecky, E. W. Goode, B. M. Howley and A. L. MacKen.

AURAL DEPARTMENT.

SURGEONS.— O. D. Pomeroy, D. Webster, J. B. Emerson, F. N. Lewis.
N. J. Hepburn, J. B. Clemens, W. C. Phillips, T. B. Berens.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.— T. J. Harris, F. P. Hoover, M. D. Lederman,
M. Kenyon, W. H. Haskin, C. A. Manson, W. H. McWilliams, S. Lutz, H.
Smith, A. C. Howe, D. J. McDonald Lee, N. Hurd, P. F. Sondern, G. B.
McAuliffe and H. S. Lovell.

CLINICAL ASSISTANTS.— L. H. Miller, J. B. Ferguson, E. D. Lederman,
A. P. Voislawsky, F. H. Bartlett, Roger A. Mead and F. E. Neresheimer.

THROAT DEPARTMENT.

SURGEONS.— A. H. Smith, M. J. Asch, O. B. Douglas, C. H. Knight, W. F.
Chappell, L. A. Coffin, M. H. Butts.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.— D. L. Hubbard, T. J. Harris, W. P. Brandegee,
L. L. Mial, H. B. Douglass, C. E. Munger, F. K. Roarke, W. N. Hubbard,
J. A. Kenefick, A. B. Duel, A. F. Koontz, C. A. Manson, J B. Rae, H. Smith,
F. H. McLaurv. P. W. Poor and B. Franklin Knause.

CLINICAL ASSISTANTS.- J. M. McMillan, H. Jarecky, C. P. Linehart, W. H.
Harrison, Geo. Ahern, E. H. Farr. Lester N. Hubby, J. W. McCrady, Frank
:•. Bartlett, B. N. Howley and J. H. Guntzer.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— L. D. Bulkley, J. F. Terri-
berry cjiri W. M. Leszynsky.

PATHOLOGISTS.— H. B. Douglass, J. Wright, C. W. Kinney and E. S. Thom-
soces of
the resident physician, are $30 a week, payable weekly In advance. If tho
services of the visiting physicians are required, their charges will be In
addition to the above. Patients may be attended by their own physicians, if
it Is so desired, and children may be accompanied by their mothers. Patients
Intended for the hospital must not be removed from their apartments until
the resident physician has been notified (Telephone Call, 2880, 18th st.), and
the requirements of the Board of Health complied with.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— L. Emmett Holt, W. H. Katzenbach, George M.
Swift, Floyd M. Crandall, W. K. Draper, R. J. Carlisle.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— E. G. Janeway, A. Jacobi, R. H. Derby, F. P.
Kinnicutt, A. A. Smith, J. W. Brannan.

CONSULTING OTOLOGIST.— Gorham Bacon.

CONSULTING LARYNGOLOGIST.— H. Holbrook Curtis.

There is a resident physician.

MONTEFIORE HOME (HOSPITAL FOR CHRONIC IN-
VALIDS AND COUNTY SANITORIUM FOR CONSUMPTIVES),

V,^. 138th St. and Broadway. Tel. 517 Harlem.

ADMISSION. — An unsectarian home, whose object Is to afford free shelter
In sickness to, and to relieve invalids, residents of the City of New York, who,
by reason of the chronic character of the diseases from which they may be
suffering, are unable to procure medical treatment In any of the other hospitals
or home. Apply at home proper.

VISITING DAYS.— Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, 2 to 4 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Adolph Hausmann.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— S. Baruch and I. Adler.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— F. S. Dennis and S. Alexander.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— H. S. Oppenheimer, C. Koller and E. S. Beck,
Ophthalmologists; C. L. Dana, B. Sachs and A. Seessel, Neurologists; M. Toep-
lltz, F. Cohn and W. Freudenthal, Laryngologists; S. Lustgarten, Derma-
tologist; J. Walter, L. S. Rau and H. N. Vlneberg, Gynecologists; V. P. Glb-
ney and G. R. Elliott, Orthopedic Surgeons; H. Brooks, Pathologist; J.
Fraenkel, Medical Director.

HOUSE STAFF.— I. Abrahamson, D. Wengraf and A. S. Wilson.

MT. SINAI HOSPITAL, 881 Lexington ave., between 66th and 67th

sts. A general hospital for the meiiical and surgical care of persons of all na-
tionalities and creeds, except those suffering from Infectious or contagious
diseases. Those able to pay board are charged $7 and upward. Cases of ac-
cident are admitted at any hour.
SUPERINTENDENT.— S. L. Fatman.

NEW YORK HOSPITAL, 7 to 21 W. 15th st. Tel. 4247 ISth.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— Bounded by 14th and 43d sts., 4th and 7th aves.

ADMISSION. — Acute, non-contagious, medical and surgical cases, without
regard to creed or nationality, and children without age limit, are re-
ceived. Ward patients, able to pay, are charged i? per week. Apply to



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Superintendent at any time. Patients unable to apply In person -will be
viBlted at their homes.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, 2 to 4 P.M.

SHrERINTENDENT.— G. P. Lurtlam.

APOTHECARY.— A. S. Rauschenberg.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— G. L. Peabody, A. B. Ball, H. P. Loomis and
S. W. Lambert.

VISITING SURGEONS.— L. A. Stlmson, F. Hartley, F. W. Murray, F. H.
Markoc. P. R. Bolton and A. B. Johnson.

NITRSEHY AND CHILD'S HOSPITAL., 571 Lexington ave. Tel.
819, 3Sth.

ADMISSION. — Destitute and abandoned children under four years of age, free
from contagious disease, are admitted, as are also women of good character who
are about to be confined, and unmarried women pregnant for the first time. If
they cannot pay the confinement fee of $25,, they must remain three months after
confinement, nursing two infants. Under certain conditions, women able to
pay board for their infants may leave them at the nursery. The hospital la
unsectarian. For further particulars apply to the Superintendent, Miss E. A.
Boggs, or to the Secretary at the hospital, from 9 to 12, and from 2 to 5 P.M.

VISITING DAY.— Friday, 2 to 9 P.M.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— J. J. Hull, A. M. Thomas, T. S. Southworth and
C. C. Carmalt.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— T. M. Markoe, T. G. Thomas, H. D. Nicoll
and J. W. McLane.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— Orthopedic Surgeon: V. P. Gibney; Ophthalmolo-
gist: M. E. Tully; Pathologist: V. Adriance.

The hospital also has a Country Branch at West New Brighton, Staten
Island, Borough o.f Richmond, for older children. See Borough of Richmond.

OPHTHALMIC AND AURAL INSTITUTE, DISFENS.\JiY
AND HOSPITAL (NEW YORK;), 44 and 46 E. 12th st. For the treat-
ment of diseases of the eye and ear, and instruction in the same. Patients
unable to pay are treated free. Apply dally from 2 to 2.30 P.M. Herman Knapp,
Executive Surgeon.



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