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ORTHOPEDIC DISPENSARY AND HOSPITAL (THE NEW
YORK.), 126 E. 59th st. This Institution furnishes treatment to the poor
suffering from deformities of the spine, and from disease of the hip, knee and
other joints. Those who are able to pay are charged for the apparatus, but may
pay in instalments. The hospital receives children between the ages of four
and fourteen years, and charges $4 a week for board, and there are a number
of free beds. A system of out-door visiting is also maintained, and many cases
are visited at their homes, who cannot come to the hospital. There is a
regular dispensary service every day, except Sundays, in the afternoon.
SURGEON-IN-CHIEF. — Russell A. Hibbs, to whom' apply for admission.

PARALYTIC HOSPITAL, Blackwell's Island. A department of the
Charity Hospital for adult paralytic cases, both male and female.

PASTEUR INSTITUTE, 313 W. 23d st. An institution for the Pasteur
treatment of hydrophobia. Both in-door and out-door patients are received,
and those unable to pay are treated free. Apply between 9 and 6.

POLYCLINIC MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL (NEW^

YORK). Founded in 1SS2. 214 to 220 E. 34th St. Tel. 401 Madison sq. The
Hospital contains eighty beds, and, in addition to its dispensary service, has
free wards for the medical and surgical treatment of the sick poor suffering
from non-contagious diseases. It also has private rooms. Apply to the Secre-
tary, Dr. W. R. Townsend, or to the Superintendent, Mr. John Gunn, at the
Hospital.

VISITING SURGEONS.— Robert H. M). Dawbarn and John A. Wyeth.

VISITING GENITO-URINARY SURGEON.— Charles H. Chetwood.

VISITNG RECTAL SURGEON.— James P. Tuttle.

VISITING ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON.— W. R. Townsend.



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VISITING PHYSICIANS.— Isaac Adler, Morris Manges, W. H. Katzenbach and
W. W. Van Valzah.

VISITING GYNECOLOGISTS.— J. Riddle Goffe, William R. Pryor and W.
Gill Wylie.

\aSITIXG PEDIATRIST.— August Seibert.

VISITING DERMATOLOGISTS.— Edward B. Bronson and Andrew R. Robinson.

VISITING OPHTHALMOLOGIST.— R. O. Born.

VISITING LARYNG0L0GIST9 AND RHINOLOGISTS.— D. Bryson Delavan,
Joseph W. Gleitsmann, Robert C. Myles and Francis J. Quinlan.

VISITING OTOLOGIST.— Frederick Whiting.

VISITING NEUROLOGIST.— B. Sachs.

VISITING OBSTETRICIAN.— Edward A. Ayers.

POST-GRADUATE MEDICAL. SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL
(THE NEW YORK), 303 E. 20th st. Tels. 343, IStlii and 3011, 18th. No
ambulance service.

ADMISSION. — All cases of non-contagious disease occurring In babies,
children or adults, are admitted without regard to color, creed, or nationality,
or ability to pay.

VISITING DAYS.— Dally, from 2 to 4.

SUPERINTENDENT.— A. H. Candlish.

APOTHECARY.— E. A. A. Ruschke.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— William H. Porter, S. S. Burt, R. W. Wilcox, J. K.
Crook and A. Zeh.

VISITING SURGEONS.— S. D. Powell, Willy Meyer, S. Lloyd, R. T. Morris,
C. S. Cole and F. Torek.

VISITING GYNECOLOGISTS.— B. M. Emmet. J. R. Nllsen, H. J. Boldt,
A. P. Dudley, G. M. Edebohls, R. Waldo, A. Brothers, C. F. Adams and
G. G. Ward.

VISITING PHYSICIANS TO THE BABIES' WARDS.— H. D. Chapln, A.
Caille, A. Von Grimm and C. O. Maisch.

VISITING SURGEONS TO THE BABIES' WARDS.— S. Lloyd and T. Dun-
ham.

VISITING SURGEONS TO THE ORTHOPEDIC WARDS.— A. M. Phelps and
W. O. Plimpton.

OPHTHALMIC SURGEON BABIES' WARDS.— A. E. Davis.

PATHOLOGIST BABIES' WARDS.— E. K. Dunham.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN.— Thomas E. Satterthwaite.

HOUSE STAFF. — Edward Wadsworth Peterson, House Surgeon; Henry Dawson
Furniss, 1st Assistant; Henry Alexander Gribbon, 2d Assistant; Sanford William
Adams, 3d Assistant; Wesley Grove Vincent, 4th Assistant; Robert Hurtin Hal-
sey, 5th Assistant; Robert Graham Tracy, 6th Assistant; William Hanford
All^e, Jr., 7th Assistant.

PRESBYTERIAN HOSPITAL (THE), Madison ave. and 70th st.
Tel. 263, 79th.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— From 59th to 96th sts., and Central Park to th»
East River.

ADMISSION. — For the sfck poor of New York City, without regard to creed,
nationality, or color. Patients may be admitted by the Superintendent, on the
recommendation of any manager, after examination as to suitableness by tho
House Physician or Surgeon, or on the recommendation of any physician or
Burgeon of the hospital, subject to the subsequent approval of the Executive
Committee at its next meeting.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, from 2 to 4; Sunday, from 3.45 to
4.30. No other time except by special permission.

SUPERINTENDENT.— C. I. Fisher.

APOTHECARY.— A. L. Frellgh.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— A. H. Smith, W. G. Thompson. P. P. KInnlcutt,
W. P. Northrup and W. B. James; Geo. A. Tuttle, Assistant.

VISITING SURGEONS.— A. J. McCosh and B. Eliot, Jr.

ASSOCIATE VISITING SURGEONS.— F. Tilden Brown and George Woolsey.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.— Forbes Hawkes and Clarence McWllliams.



HOSPITALS OP NEW YORK STATE. 665

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN.— E. G. Janeway.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— C, K. Briddon and Charles McBurney.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— T. G. Thomas, Gynecology; M. A. Starr, Neur-
ology; F. B. BoBworth, Laryngology; C. S. Bull, Ophthalmology; A. H. Buck,
Otology; N. M. Shaffer, Orthopedics; G. T. Jackson, Dermatology.

PATHOLOGIST.— J. S. Thacher; G. A. Tuttle. Assistant.

HOUSE STAFF, MEDICAL.— Llnsley R. WilliamB, Lewis F. Frlssell, Joseph
S. Wheelwright and C. H. Smith.

HOUSE STAFF, SURGICAL. — Reginald H. Jackson, Harry G. Dorman, Edward
L. Trudeau, William Darrach, Frederick Coonley, Clarence Fahenstock and
Roland Hazen.

RECEPTION HOSPITAIi, foot of E. 16th st. (in charge of the Health
Department). For the temporary care of patients awaiting transfer to Riverside
Hospital.

SUPERINTENDENT AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.— Edward G. Bryant.

RED CROSS HOSPITAL. (THE NEW YORK), 110 W\ 82d st.

This Is under the auspices of the American National Red Cross Society. Its
object is to train a corps of physicians and nurses for attendance upon the sick
and wounded of all nationalities; also to supply the American National
Red Cross Society, nurses, medical and surgical aid, and assistance as may bo
needed. The hospital Is conducted by the Sisters of the Red Cross.

W. T. Waldwell, President; John Huyler, Vice-President, and John P. Faure,
Secretary.

SISTER IN CHIEF.— Mrs. Bettlna A. Hofker-Lesser.

EXECUTIVE SURGEON.— A Monae Lesser.

SUPERINTENDENT.— K. Helen Hall.

RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL., NORTH BROTHER ISLAND.— (Health De-
partment.) This hcspital receives all cases of smallfo; and typhus, and other
contagious diseases which cannot be safely isolated at home, or which are
received from Quarantine.

RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.— Wyeth E. Ray.

ROOSEVELT HOSPITAL, (THE), 58th to 59th sts., 9th to 10th aves.
Tel. 1 Columbus.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— 27th St. to 85th St., to Central Park West, to 59th
St.. to 6th ave., to 42d st., to 7th ave., to 27th St., to North River.

ADMISSION. — Medical, surgical and gynecological cases, coming within the
scope of an active general hospital service, are admitted irrespective of creed
or nationality. There is one medical, and one surgical ward for children.

Cases of severe accident, or serious illness, are admitted at any hour of the
day or night; others between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. They should apply in person
at the hospital, where they will be examined and passed by the House Physi-
cian, Surgeon or Gynecologist on duty. If unable to apply in person, they will
be visited at their homes. No individuals suffering from contagious diseases
are admitted, except such cases of emergency as require Immediate atten-
tion, and these are admitted to the isolation room only. Application for the
admission of patients living out of the city must be addressed to the Su-
perintendent, and accompanied by a certificate of some reputable physician,
stating the nature and probable duration of the disease. Those who are able
to pay for ward accommodation are charged $7 per week, but no one is denied
admission because of inability to pay.

RUPTURED AND CRIPPLED (NEW YORK SOCIETY FOR
RELIEF OF), 135 E. 42d st. Tel. 1117, 38th.

ADMISSION. — Curable children from four to fourteen years of age, who are
ruptured and crippled, are received without regard to creed, or nationality.
Appliances and bandages are free to indigent adults. A moderate charge Is
made to others. No contagious cases admitted. Apply to Superintendent from
1 to 3 P.M., Sunday and holidays excepted, at which time the dispensary Is
open.



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VISITING DAYS.— Saturday, 2 to 4 P.M. , '.

SUPERINTENDENT.— S. H. LeKoy.

APOTHECARY.— H. B. Hutchinson.

SURGEON IN CHIEF.— Virgil P. Oibney.

HERNIA DEPARTMENT.- William T. Bull.

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN.— Austin Flint, Jr.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS.— W. R. Townsend, R. Whitman, W. B. Coley and
J. B. Walkur.

OONSUl^TING SURGEONS.— R. Abb6, C. T. Poore, J. W. S. Gouley, Charles
McBurney, J. D. Bryant and Henry S. Stearns.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— E. G. Janeway, F. P. Kinnicutt, L. E. Holt,
A. A. Smith and Waldo B. James.

SPECIAL, CONSULTANTS.— L. D. Bulkley, Dermatologist; David Webster,
Ophthalmic and Aural Surgeon; A. M. Hamilton, Neurologist; D. B. Delavan,
Laryngologist.

HOUSE STAFF.— B. L. Barnett, E. J. Parrish, J. W. Stone and T. D.
Burckhalter.

ST. ANDREW'S CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL, FOR WOM-
EN, 213 E. 17th St. For women and girls over si-xteen years of age, of good
character, who need care, nursing and rest.

ST. ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL, 223 and 225 W. 31st st. Tel. 1821.
38th.

ADMISSION.— This Is a private hospital under the care of the Sisters of the
Third Order of Francis. All classes of patients received, except those suffer-
ing from contagious or mental diseases. Board and nursing $8 and $10 per
week in the wards. Apply to Mother Celso, or to members of the attending
medical staff. Physicians can send their patients to this hospital and retam
full charge of them.

VISITING HOURS.— Afternoons and evenings.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Mother Celso.

APOTHECARY.— Charles Runkel.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— J. R. Alvarez, A. F. Currier,
J. C. Edgar, W. T. Gibb, W. C. Gilday, G. T. Harrison, H. Griswold, F. Hol-
lister, J. E. Janvrln, E. G. Janeway, J. J. Noll, E. S. Peck, E. H. Quinn,
R. H. Sayre, A. B. Tucker, F. H. Wiggln, J. E. Winters, J. N. West and W.
A. Shufelt.

ST. FRANCIS' HOSPITAL, 603-617 E. 5tli st. Tel. 487 Spring. No

ambulance service.

ADMISSION.— All persons, except small children, suffering from non-conta-
gious diseases are received. Those who are able to pay are charged $5 per week
in the wards.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Thursday, between 2.30 and 4.30.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— August Seibert, John Doming, Frank E. Miller,
and Fritz Schwyzer.

VISITING SURGEONS. — Fred. Kammerer and Samuel Lloyd.

VISITING GYNECOLOGIST.— George M. Edebohls.

CONSULTING SURGEON.— George F. Shrady.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN.— Carl A. Lellman.

CONSULTING GYNECOLOGIST.— Walter R. Gillette.

HOUSE PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.— James E. Burns, Charles H. Gillies,
Marcus L. Goodman, T. J. Barry, C. L. Atkinson and V. Loewensteln.

CURATOR. — Eugene Hodenpyl, M.D.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL, (1S82), E. 143d and 144th Rts., between
Brook and St. Ann's aves. (formerly E. 109th St.). Under the charge of the
Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis. For chronic diseases of the chest, including
consumption. Free to the poor. Irrespective of nationality, race or religion.
Capacity, 365 beds.

VISITING DAYS. —Sunday and Thrirsdny, from 2.30 to 4,30 P.M.



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Beds in private wards $5 per week. Private rooms $10 per weeli. Apply to
Sister Superior at the hospital from 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.

PHYSICIAN IN CHIEF.— Charles M. Cauldwell.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— A. Spence, J. H. Larkin, J. W. Dunphey, F. J.
Murray, T. J. Larkin, C. J. Burke, J. F. Holmes, J. J. Morrissey, A. R.
Braunllch T. F. Reilly, C. E. Banker, A. Mialler and H. Woolner.

VISITING SURGEONS.— M. J. Schwerd, F. D. Skeel and E. Heuel.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— John Doming and F. E. Miller.

ST. LiUKE'S HOSPITAL, 113th st. and Amsterdam ave. Tel. 1772 Har-
lem. No ambulance service. ,

ADMISSION.— Affords medical and surgical treatment to patients suffering
from acute curable and non-contagious diseases, without distinction as to race
or creed. Has children's wards and separate wards for consumptive cases.
Board in wards lor adults, $10.50 per week; $6 in children's wards. Free to
those certified as unable to pay. Apply to superintendent at the hospital be-
tween 10 A.M. and 5 P.M. Physicians will be sent to the homes of patients
living in New York to examine them for admission to the hospital If they are
confined to their beds.

VISITING DAYS. — Tuesday and Friday, 2 to 3.30 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Rev. Geo. F. Clover.

APOTHECARY.— W. V. Byard.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— Beverley Robinson, A. A. Davis, V. H. Norrie,
G. A. Spalding and E. LeFevre.

VISITING SURGEONS.— R. Abb6, F. W. Murray, B. F. Curtis, F. H. Markoe,
C. L. Gibson and J. A. Blake.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON.— T. H. Myers.

OPHTHALMIC SURGEON.— C. W. Cutler.

PATHOLOGIST.— F. C. Wood.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— J. T. Metcalf, C. W. Packard, A. H. Smith,
G. G. Wheelock and A. E. Ball.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— W. T. Bull, Charles McBurney and L. B. Bangs.

PHTHISICAL DEPARTMENT.— F. P. Kinnicutt.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— N. M. Shaffer, Orthopedic Surgeon; G. M. Lef-
lerts Laryngologist; C. S. Bull, Ophthalmologist; W. M. Polk, Gynecologist;
T. M. Prudden, Pathologist; G. T. Elliot, Dermatologist; Pearce Bailey. Neu-
rologist; E. B. Dench, Otologist.

HOUSE STAFF.— Medical Division: Edward Gould, House Physician; W. R.
Munger. House Surgeon, Div. A; Fred. O. Virgin, House Surgeon. Div. B.

ST. MARK'S HOSPITAIi, 177 and 179 2d ave. Tel. 145, 18th. There is
no ambulance service. Every regular physician can attend his own patients in
this hosnital.

ADMISSION.— The institution is unsectarian. Patients unable to pay are
received free; others are charged $7 per week in the wards. Contagious dis-
eases are excluded. Apply to the Superintendent.

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

SUPERINTENDENT. — Mrs. M. Pope.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— I. Morway Rottenberg, Mary Putnam Jacobl and
Revnold W. Wilcox.

VISITING SURGEONS.— Carl Beck and Seneca D. Powell.

VISITING GYNECOLOGISTS.— Hermann J. Boldt, Henry J. Garrlguea and
C. A. Von Ramdohr. „,„.,„ ^,.

DERMATOLOGICAL AND ANDROLOGICAL DEPARTMENT.— W. K. Otis and

L. Bolton Bangs. -^ ■, ^ ■. „

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— Joseph Collins, Charles E. Denhard, John F.
Erdmann, L. F. Garrigues, Otto Maier, Joseph Muir, Eugene Coleman Savidge,
Hermann J. Schiff, Franz Torek, H. N. Vineberg and Andrew von Grimm.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS. — Andrew H. Smith, Leonard Weber and Landon
Carter Gray.

CONSULTING SURGEON. — Charles McBurney.

CONSULTING OPHTHALMOLOGIST.— William F. Mittendorf.

PATHOLOGIST.— George Lindenmeyer.



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BACTERIOLOGIST.— H. T. Brooks.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— Hermann J. Schlff, John F. Erdmann and Franz
Torek.

ATTENDING LARYNG0L0GI9T.— Joseph Muir.

ATTENDING GYNECOLOGISTS.— Eugene C. Savidge, Hiram N. Vineberg and
Otto Maier.

AURAL, RHINAL AND LARYNGEAL DEPARTMENT.— W. Freudenthal.

HOUSE STAFF. — Fred. Tiedemenn, Jr., Philip Priorleau, J. H. Van Wageren,
J. W. Dwyer, F. G. Schmidt and W. Cimiottl.

ST. MARY'S FREE HOSPITAL. FOR CHILDREN, 405-411 W.
34th St. Tel. 2026, 38th. Under the charge of the Sisters of St. Mary (P. E.).

ADMISSION.— Children between the ages of two and fourteen years suffer-
ing from acute or curable diseases, medical or surgical, are received without dis-
tinction as to creed or nationality. Apply to Sister Superior. Patients out of
town must send with application a physician's certificate stating nature of
disease.

VISITING DAYS.— Daily, from 3 to 4 P.M.

VISITING STAFF.— C. T. Poore, G. M. Swift, C. N. Dowd, R. Watts, F. S.
Mathews and W. A. Downes.

CONSULTING STAFF.— R. Watts, Jr., F. Delafleld, T. M. Markoe and Charles
McBurney.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— Charles S. Bull, Ophthalmic Surgeon; M. Allen
Starr, Neurologist.

For Out-Door Department see The Wilkes Dispensary.

There is a Country Branch at Norwalk, Conn., for cases from the hospital
needing a change of air. Open from June 15th to October 1st.

PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE OF SUMMER HOSPITAL.— C. G. Bohannan.

ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL.. Founded in 1849. 11th and 12th sts.
and 7th ave. Under the charge of the Sisters of Charity. A general hospital for
medical and surgical treatment of the sick. All creeds and classes admitted,
except those suffering from infectious and contagious diseases. The wards are
free to the worthy destitute sick. For tliose who are able to pay the terms
are .$6 per week. Hospital accommodates 300 patients. Out-Patient Department
open daily (except Sunday) from 2 to 5 P.M. Has an extensive ambulance service.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, 3 to 5 P.M., and on Sundays from 3
to 4 P.M., but not more than two persons will be permitted to visit a patient
on Sunday. In case of extreme illness, visits of Immediate relatives or friends
are not restricted to the regular days or hours.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Sister Superior.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— C. J. McGuire and H. M. Biggs; C. H. Lewis and
J. M. Ferrer, Assistants.

VISITING SURGEONS.— Charles Phelps, F. S. Dennis and J. D. Bryant: J. B.
Bissell and G. D. Stewart, Assistants; John Aspell, Gynecologist; P. A. Callan,
Ophthalmic Surgeon; F. J. Quinlan, Laryngologist.

PATHOLOGIST.— D. H. McAlpin, Jr.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN.— E. G. Janeway.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— J. W. S. Gouley and S. Smith.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— T. A. Emmet, William Polk and C. Cleveland,
Gynecology; R. F. Weir, General Surgery; M. A. Starr, Neurology; F. E.
Bosworth, Laryngology; P. A. Morrow, Dermatology.

SETON HOSPITAL., Spuyten Duyvll Parkway, Spuyten Duyvll. Tel.
56 Kingsbrldge. No ambulance call service. Founded by Sister Mary Irene for
the better treatment of consumptives; under the charge of the Sisters of Charity.

ADMISSION. — Consumptives, in the first stage of the disease, are received
without distinction of color, sex, or creed. Those able to pay are charged
?7 per week in the wards. Application for admission may be made through
the attending physicians, or by letter to the Sister in charge. Children under
five years of age are not admitted.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Thursday, from 2 to 4 P.M. Not more than
two persons are allowed to visit a patient on the same day.



HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE. 669

SUPERIORESS. — Sister Frances Ignatius.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— A. M. Shrady, M. Nlcoll and W. R. Norton.
CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— Francis Delafleld and T. M. Prudden.
• CONSULTING LARYNGOLOGISTS.— C. Wagner and William K. Simpson.
HOUSE PHYSICIAN.— B. B. Stcedly.

SKIN AND CANCER HOSPITAL (NEW YORK), cor. 2d ave and
19th St.

ADMISSION. — Open to all afflicted with diseases of the skin or cancer, who
are unable to pay for medical attendance. A special ward for children.
Those who are able, pay the nominal charge of $1 per diem, or any fraction
thereof. Apply to the Superintendent at any time. When applicant cannot
leave bed, the House Physician will arrange for removal to the hospital.

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

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss Charlotte Cady.

APOTHECARY.— Fred. Haas. c

VISITING STAFF.— L. D. Bulkley, G. H. Fox, W. Meyer, D. Lewis and J. E.
Janvrin.

CONSULTING STAFF.— T. G. Thomas, D. M. Stimson, D. Webster, R. F.
W'eir, A. Jacobl, E. G. Janeway, E. L. Keyes, P. F. Mund6, E. D. Fisher and
D. Brj'son Delevan.

PATHOLOGIST.— G. T. Elliot.

HOUSE STAFF. — R. G. Henderson, Edward McGavock and J. T. Gwathmey.

SLOANE MATERNITY HOSPITAli (of the College of Physicians

and Surgeons), 447 W. 59th st., cor. 10th ave. Tel. 12 Columbus. No ambulance
Bervice.

ADMISSION. — Emergency cases received at any hour; others should apply
to the resident physician, at'-2 P.M., any day except Sunday. No visiting days.

SUPERINTENDENT. — Mary L. Simons.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— E. B. Cragin and J. D. Voorhees.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— T. G. Thomas and J. W. McLane.

RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.— F. A. Dorman.

THROAT, NOSE AND LUNG HOSPITAL (THE NEW YORK),

244 E. 59th st.

ADMISSION. — Patients w^ho are able to pay are charged $7 per week; others
free.

VISITING STAFF.— E. J. Bermingham, S. Goldstein, J. L. Barton, R. G.
Reese, E. M. Alger, A. D. Leonard and H. R. Cronk.

CONSULTING STAFF.— H. H. Curtis. R. P. Lincoln, P. A. Callan. Parker
Syms. R. W. Taylor, J. D. Bryant and H. Knapp.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN.— A. S. Tenner.

TRINITY HOSPITAL, 50 Varic* st. Tel. 1373 Franklin. This hospital

is maintained by the Corporation of Trinity Church. It Is Intended primarily
for the poor of the parish, but whenever there is room patients are received
from elsewhere. Chronic cases, obstetric cases, and children under fourteen years
of age are not admitted. Apply to the Superintendent between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M.
When the applicant is too ill to leave bed, the examining physician Is sent.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss Annie E. Kirchhoff.

VISITING STAFF.— Nelson H. Henry, Arthur L. FIsk, F. Tllden Brown and
Forbes Hawkes.

CONSULTING STAFF.— William M. Polk, Charles E. Hackley, Edward M.
Cameron and Carlos P. Tucker.

OPHTHALMIC SURGEON.— Richard H. Derby.

PATHOLOGIST.— E. K. Dunham.

ASSISTANTS.— C. A. McWilliams and W. S. Scully.

APOTHECARY.— F. A. Wildman.

EXAMINING PHYSICIAN.— W. L. Harding.

WILLARD PARKER HOSPITAL, foot of E. 16th st. Tel. 525. 18th.
Ambulance district. Boroughs of Manhattan and Bronx.



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ADMISSION. — Persons of all creeds, nationalities and ages, suffering from
diphtheria, are received.

VISITING DAYS.— None, except when relative is dangerously ill.

SUPERINTENDENT AND RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.— Edward G. Bryant.

ASSISTANT RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.— Edwin M. Been'-

VISITING STAFF.— J. E. Winters, J. W. Brannan, H. W. Berg. W. P. North-
rup, A. T. Swan and H. D. Chapin.

CONSULTING STAFF.— George F. Shrady, Surgeon; R. Kalish, Ophthalmolo-
gist; A. B. Duel, Auriat.

HOUSE STAFF.- R. L. Caswell, 0. P. Page, M. Fernandez, C. J. G. Rogers,
J. A. Ball and Guy Payne.

WOMAN'S HOSPITAL, IN THE STATE OP NEW YORK, 49th
St. and 4th ave. Tel. 148 38th. No ambulance service.

ADMISSION. — For the treatment of diseases peculiar to women. Chronic,
contagious and confinement cases, as well as cancer cases, are not received.
Apply to the Superintendent on week days, from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss Frances E. Fowler.

APOTHECARY.— O. W. Stlebling.

VISITING STAFF.— H. D. Nicoll, C. Cleveland, B. M. Emmet and P. F.
Chambers.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— J. T. Metcalfe, E. G. Janeway, A. H. Smith,
F. Delafleld and F. P. Kinnicutt.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— T. G. Thomas, W. T. Bull, Charles McBurney,
T. M. Markoe, R. Abb6 and J. D. Bryant.

HOUSE STAFF.— Francis X. Crawford, Charles M. falter, Alfred P. Cole,
Reginald M. Rawls, Wylie H. Forsythe and William Anderson Payne.



NEAV YORK ClTl.

BOROUGHS OP BBOOKLYN, QUEENS AND RICHMOND.

BROOKLYN HOSPITAL., Raymond st. and De Kalb ave.. Brooklyn.
Tel. 2905 Main.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT (known as the second district), bounded by the
water front and a line extending from the East River, through Fulton St.,
Boerum pi., Dean St., Carlton and Atlantic aves. , Cumberland St., Myrtle ave..
Navy St. and Navy Yard.

ADMISSION. — All non-contagious cases are admitted, regardless of nationelity
or creed, including children of all ages. The terms for special wards are $7 per
week. Apply to the Superintendent at any hour. If applicant cannot leave bed,
ambulance will be sent.

VISITING DAYS.— In the general wards, Thursday and Sunday, 2 to 4.

SUPERINTENDENT.— A. S. Ambler.

APOTHECARY.— F. L. Eayres.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— R. Ormiston, A. Hutchins, A. R. Paine, F. E. West,
G. R. Butler and G. R. Hall.

VISITING SURGEONS.— G. R. Fowler, W. C. Wood and R. L. Dickinson.

OBSTETRICIAN.— F. H. Stuart.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON.— J. M. Clayland.

PATHOLOGIST.— J. M. Van Cott.

CONSULTING STAFF.— D. E. Kissam, Surgeon; S. Sherwell, Dermatologist;
A. Mathewson, Ophthalmologist; W. F. Dudley, Laryngologist.

HOUSE STAFF.— G. G. Crane, M. Packard, J. H. Tucker,' George L. Buist,
Jr., L. DeBruler and F. C. Eastman.



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