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EYE AND EAR HOSPITAL,, THE BROOKLYN, 94 Livingston

St., Brooklyn. Tel. 1242 Main. For the free treatment of diseases of the eye,
ear, throat, skin and nervous system.

VISITING DAYS.— Daily, from 2 to 4, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

SUPERINTENDENT.— C. Meyer.

CONSULTING SURGEON.— D. B. St. J. Roosa.



HOSPITALS OF NEW YOKK STATE. G71

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— A. Mathewson, J. S. Prout, J. D. Rushmore,
William Waterworth, J. M. Raub, A. Brinkman, J. W. Ingalls, J. E. Shieppard,
W. H. Snyder, H. A. Alderton, J. S. Wood, B. F. BlalvC, N. L. Norlli. Jr.,
and William Simmons; F. D. Bailey, H. H. Waugh, D. W. Meyer, P. C.
Jameson. M. Linrtcroth and James Cole Hancock, Assistants.

ASSISTANT SURGEONS, AURAL DEPARTMENT.— W. C. Braislin. C. N.
Cox, B. C. Collins, S. T. Lutz, W. S. Shattuck, Jr.. and Charles G. Molin.

SURGEONS, THROAT AND SKIN DEPARTMENT.— S. Sherwell and F. C.
Raynor, J. Wright, William H. Steers, H. Arrowsmith, L. J. Thayer and A.
H. Clemer.ts.

DEPARTMENT OF NERVOUS DISEASES.— A. C. Brush; W. H. Haynes.
Assistant.

HOUSE SURGEON.— J. C. Hancock.

CLINICAL ASSISTANT.— A. Arbona.

GER>IA>^ LUTHERAN HOSPITAL, East New York ave., Brooklyn.
Tel. 169 East New York. No ambulance service.

ADMISSION.— Receives German adults and children suffering from all classes
of diseases, including those of a contagious nature. Board, $7 per week to
those able to pay; others free. Apply to the Matron, or Physician in Charge.

VISITING DAYS.— Thursday and Sunday, 2 to 5. Ernest C. Huebel, Super-
intendent; John Kepke, Chief Surgeon; Francis H. Miller, Physician in Charge,
64 Pennsylvania ave.

KINGS COUNTY HOSPITAL, Clarkson St., Brooklyn. Tel. 70 Flat-
bush.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT.— Eastern Parkway to Flatbush ave., to Ft. Ham-
ilton and Gravescnd aves., to King's Highv.-ay, to city line, to Eastern Parkway.

ADMISSION. — This hospital is non-sectarian. All destitute persons suffering
from non-contagious diseases are admitted on permits from the Commissioner
of Charities. Apply at the office of the Department of Public Charities, 126
Livingston st.

VISITING DAYS.— Wednesday and Sunday. 10 to 4.

SUPERINTENDENT.— J. T. Duryea, M.D

DEPUTY.— C. B. Bacon, M.D.

A.POTHECARY.— T. D. Hughes.

VISITING STAFF.— William Browning, Z. T. Emery, H. R. Maine, C. F.
Barber, G. R. Hall, G. McNaughton, A. T. Bristow, D. F. Lucas. S. McNamara,
H. C. McLean, J. B. Bogart, H. H. Morton, R. Pomeroy, J. T. Duryea, William
Maddren, P. Townsend, J. M. VanCott, J. M. Winfleld, E. H. Wilson and J. S.
Wood; A. C. Brush, A. H. Bogart, H. Eraser, E. P. Hickok, H.- F. Jewett,
A. M. Judd, C. D. Napier, William Poole, W. H. Seymour, J. R. Stivers, Will-
iam Simmons, F. J. Wood, William F. Campbell, C. F. Barber, D. F. Lucas,
William Butler, M. T. Lewis, Mark Hanley and William Simmons, Assistants.

CONSULTING STAFF.— William H. Bates, H. L. Bartlett, C. Jewett, J. A.
McCorkle, J. S. Prout, J. D. Rushmore, P. L. Schenck and F. E. West.

KINGSTON AVENUE HOSPITAL (Health Department), Kingston

ave. and Fennimore st., Brooklyn. Tel. 67 Flatbush. A hospital for both

adults and children suffering from contagious diseases.
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.— P. J. Murray.

LONG ISLAND COLLEGE HOSPITAL, THE, Henry, Pacific and
Amity sts., Brooklyn. Tel. 473 Main.

ADMISSION. — Medical, surgical and obstetrical cases received; incurable
and contagious diseases excluded. Emergency cases are admitted at any hour.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, from 2 to 4.

SUPERINTENDENT.— R. E. Shaw, M.D.

APOTHECARY.— R. E. Shaw; J. R. C. Cook, Assistant.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— J. A. McCorkle, F. H. Colton, H. L. Read, C.
Jewett, F. E. West and G. R. Hall.

VISITING SURGEONS.— J. S. Wight, A. T. Bristow, E. Palmer, G. McNaugh-
ton and H. H. Morton.

CONSULTING STAFF.— J. W. Hyde, E. A. Lewis and A. Hutchins.



672 HOSPITALS op new york state.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— J. S. Prout, Ophthalmic Surgeon; T. R, French,
Laryngologist; S. Sherwell, Dermatologist.

HOUSE STAFF.— W. D. Price, James Watt, Charles S. Cochran and R. E.
Soule.

MANHATTAN HOSPITAL AND DISPENSARY, 695 Marcy ave.,
cor. Vernon ave., Brooklyn. Medical and surgical treatment, and lying-in
accommodations are furnished free to those unable to pay. Office hours, Mon-
day, Wednesday and Saturday, 3 to 4. John G. Dlckert, Medical Superintendent.

METHODIST EPISCOPAL. HOSPITAIi, 7th ave, and 6th st.,
Brooklyn. Tel. 124 South. Has an active ambulance service.

ADMISSION.— Persons of all ages, -without distinction of creed, race or color,
are admitted. For those able to pay the board is from $7 up. Apply to the
Superintendent at any time. In lieu of personal application, send diagnosis of
some physician.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday and Friday, 2 to 4; Sunday, 2 to 3.

SUPERINTENDENT.— E. A. Noble.

APOTHECA.^Y.— A. R. Reed.

VISITING SURGEONS.— L. S. Pilcher, G. R. Fowler and J. B. Bogart; J. P.
Warbasse, T. B. Spence and A. H. Bogart, Assistants.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— A. R. Matheson and G. R. Butler; R. M. Mead and
F. W. Shaw, Assistants.

CONSULTING SURGEONS.— L. B. Bangs and N. L. North.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.~A. E. M. Purdy and W. H. B. Pratt.

PATHOLOGIST.— W. N. Belcher.

HOUSE STAFF. — O. P. Humpstone, Paul M. Pilcher, W. R. Daney and F. B.
Crose.

NURSERY AND CHILD'S HOSPITAL. (Country Branch), West
New Brighton, Staten Island, Borough of Richmond. Tel. 103 F. W.
Brighton. This hospital comprises a central nursery and fourteen cottages, and,
in addition, some of the children are boarded out in private families. No
lying-in patients are received here, but in other respects the conditions for ad-
mission are the same as at the City Branch.

VISITING DAYS.— Any day except Sunday.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss Morgan.

VISITING STAFF.— None.

CONSULTING STAFF.— F. E. Martindale, W. C. Walser and Anna Lukens.

SPECIAL CONSULTANT.— W. F. Mittendorf.

HOUSE STAFF.— Augusta B. Cawood, Marshall.

ST. CATHARINE'S HOSPITAL., 250 Bushwick ave., Brooklyn. Tel.

274 Wm.sburgh. Under the care of the Sisters of St. Dominic.

AMBULANCE DISTRICT. — Bounded by Queens County, Myrtle ave., Broad-
way, T'nion, Driggs and Manhattan aves., to Newtown Creek.

ADMISSION. — Accident cases are admitted at all hours; all others, 9 to 11
A.M., and 2 to 5 P.M. They must make application personally, or by a friend,
to the Sister at the door. Admissions are governed by: (a) the rules of the
Commissioner of Charities, aftd (b) by the rules of the hospital. The hospital
is open to all. Irrespective of creed, color, or nationality.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Thursday, 3 to 5.

MOTHER SUPERIOR.— Catharine Herbert.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— J. Fuhs, E. J. Carroll, V. J. Klein, M. Enright and
William Moitrler.

VISITING SURGEONS.— M. Figueira, J. C. Kennedy, P. Hughes and F.
Kneer.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN.— H. Rledel.

SPECIAL CONSULT.^NTS.— L. Coffin, R. Price and B. Onuf, Ntmrologists;
J. Mover, Laryngolog st : D. Engel, Dental Surgeon.

PATHOLOGIST.— William Moser.

HOUSE STAFF.— J. Daly, William Allen. R. A. Hayt, E. Wilson, J. Clark,
Substitute.



HOSPITALS OP NEW YORK STATE, GTo

ST. CHRISTOPHER'S HOSPITAL. FOR BABIES, 283 Hicks St.,
Brooklyn. The object of the hospital is twofold, viz.: to furnish hospital treat-
ment to babies under two years of age, and to train nurses for babies. The
Medical Board consists of two consulting surgeons, four consulting physicians,
and two attending physicians.

ADMISSION. — The beds of the hospital are free to the needy poor; persons in
better circumstances are charged according to their means. Sick children, un-
der two years of age, are admitted, excepting those suffering from contagious
diseases. For admission, apply to the hospital. Children must be taken to Dr.
W. A. Northridge, 21 Hanson pi., or Dr. J. W. Parrish, 111 Montague st., before
9 o'clock any morning.

VISITING DAYS.— Wednesday, 2 to 5 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss J. O'Daly.

COUSULTING SURGEONS.— William Maddren and T. M. Lloyd.

CONSULTING PHYSICIAN.— Charles Jewett.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— William Browning, Neurologist; W. F. Dudley,
Laryngologist; W. H. Snyder, Ophthalmologist; W. A. Northridge and J. W.
Parrish, Visiting Pediatrists.

ST. JOHN'S LONG ISLAND CITY HOSPITAL, 12th st. and Jack-
son ave.. Long Island City. For the medical and surgical care of all classes
of people, excepting those having contagious disease. Persons able to pay are
charged $1 a day. There is a general emergency service.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Sister Mary David.

ST. MARY'S FE3IALE HOSPITAL, 155 Dean st., near Hoyt St..
Brooklyn. Devoted exclusively to the diseases peculiar to women.

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL (of the City of Brooklyn), St. Mark's ave.,
between Rochester and Buffalo aves. The sick of all creeds and nationalities,
not suffering from contagious diseases, are admitted. The hospital maintains
an orthopedic department.

ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL, Henry st., between Congress and Warren
sts., Brooklyn. Tel. 1012 Main, In charge of the Sisters of the Poor of St,
Francis (R. C).

ADMISSION. — The hospital is open to all, of whatever nation, class or
creed ; those who cannot pay anything are received as readily as those who
can, the preference being always given to the poor. Emergency cases admitted
at any hour. No one suffering from smallpox, scarlet fever, measles, diphtheria,
cholera, or primary venereal diseases. Is received whose case is judged to be
Incurable, unless there be urgent symptoms, which, in the opinion of the at-
tending physician or surgeon, are capable of being relieved. Chronic cases
are not retained after the acute attack has subsided and the patient-s are re-
stored to the ordinary health of persons in their condition. Applications from
those living out of the city must be accompanied by a certificate from some
physician, stating the nature and probable duration of the disease. Children
are not admitted. All persons desiring admission to the hospital must make
application to the Sisters between 9 and 12, or 3 and 5. There are four wards
set aside for consumptives.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday and Thursday, 3 to 5 P.M.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— J. E. Clark. T. P. Corbally, J, A. Kene and
T. M. Lloyd ; F. J. Magilligan, P. F. Pyburn, T. A. McGoldrick and A. Murray,
Assistants.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— J. D. Rushmore and F. W. Wunderlich: C. P.
Gildersleeve, F. C. Paffard, W, M. Friend, P. F. Pyburn and C. J. Noonan,
Assistants.

GYNECOLOGISTS,— L. G. Baldwin; J, F. Todd and T. A. McGoldrick. Assist-
ants.

S. R. SMITH INFIRMARY, Castleton ave.. New Brighton, Staten
Island, Borough of Richmond. Tel. 47 Tompkinsville. Founded in 1863 by Dr.
William C. Anderson, the name being adopted as an appropriate tribute to the



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late Dr. Samuel Russell Smith, of Staten Island. Ita district embraces the
whole of the Borough of Richmond.

ADMISSION. — Surgical, medical and obstetrical cases are received without
distinction of creed or nationality. Cases of scarlet fever and diphtheria are
admitted at any hour, by permission of any of the attending staff. There is no
provision for the transportation to the hospital of those unable to leave bed.
Children are admitted. Some cases are received without charge; the others
pay from $7 per week up.

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

SUPERINTENDENT.— Alice I. Twitchell.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— J. J. O'Dea, Chief of Staff; F. E. Clark, H. C.
Johnston, J. T. Sprague, J. E. Vidal and J. Scales.

VISITING SURGEONS.— William Bryan, E. D. Coonley, G. P. Jessup, C. W.
Townsend, W. C. Walser and J. W. Wood.

HOUSE STAFF.— J. P. Graham, House Surgeon; C. E. Pearson, Senior As-
sistant; F. H. Jackson, Jr., Junior Assistant.

THROAT HOSPITAL. AND EYE INFIRMARY, THE LONCJ
ISLAND, 55 Willoughby St., Brooklyn. A special institution for diseases of
the nose and throat, eye, ear and lungs. Open to the poor from 1 to 3 P.M.

SURGEON IN CHIEF.— D. M. Woolley.

VISITING STAFF.— D. M. Woolley, C. T. Schendelmeier, R. S. Baddour, H.
Newman and Thomas M. Buckley.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— O. D. Pomeroy, H. Knapp, J. M. Gleitsmann
and J. C. Shaw.

U. S. MARINE HOSPITAL., Stapleton, Bofoagh of Richmond. See U.
S. Marine Hospital Service.

U. S. NAVAL. HOSPITAL. (BROOKLYN)^ Flushing ave.. near Grand
ave. Tel. 705 Wmsbur^h.

ADMISSION. — Exclusively for the sick and disabried officers and enlisted men
of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. Admftted at any hour on receipt
of order from Commandant of Navy Yard and Station. There is an annex for
contagious diseases.

MEDICAL DIRECTOR.— H. J. Babin.

PHARMACIST.— S. Englander.

STAFF. — G. Rothganger, Surgeon; J. C. Pryor, , Passed Assistant Surgeon; H.
H. Haas, Assistant Surgeon.

WILLIAMSBURG HOSPITAL. (FORMERLY THE BROOK-
LYN THROAT HOSPITAL), Bedford ave. and S. 3d st., Brooklyn.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Jessie H. McVane.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— W. F. Campbell, R. J. Morrison, Ralph H. Pom-
eroy, W. E. Butler and J. O. Polak.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— Lefferts A. MacClelland and Henry T. Hotchkiss.

HOUSE SURGEON.— C. Rigot.

AMUBLANCE SURGEON.— J. H. Dowd.

Ambulance and Dispensary in connection with Hospital. D. M. Mungcr,
Pres. ; R. J. Morrison, Vice-Pres. ; W. F. Campbell, Treas. ; J. O. Polak, Sec,
287 Clinton ave. ; Executive Committee, R. J. Morrison, W. E. Butler and W.
P. Campbell.

POXJGHKEEPSIE.

VASSAR BROTHERS' HOSPITAL.— Poughkeepsie. Read pi. Tel.
25-2. Founded by Matthew Vassar, Jr., and John Guy Vassar.

ADMISSION. — Contagious, malignant, and infectious diseases, as well as
cases of insanity and alcoholism, are not admitted. Patients are admitted
any day between 11 A.M. and 4 P.M. ; emergency cases at any hour. Appli-
cations should be made at the hospital, when one of its physicians will visit
and examine the patient at his home. When the patient lives out of the
city, the application must be accompanied by a written diagnosis of the case
from some respectable physician, and a statement of the present condition.



UOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE. 675

The hospital is free to those who, in the jutlgment of the Executive Com-
mittee, are unable to pay for their board and treatment, preference being
given, first, to residents of Poughkeepsle, second, to those of Dutchess County,
and, third, to the Stale at large.

VISITING DAYS.— AVeek-days from 2 to 4 P.M.

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON IN CHARGE.— Guy C. Bayley.

ASSISTANT PHYSICIAN.— David B. Ward.

OPHTHALMOLOGIST.— W. G. Dobson.

PATHOLOGIST.— David B. Ward.

CONSULTING STAFF.— Thonjas M. Markoe, Edward L. Keyes, J. Wilson
Poucher. George F. Shrady, Alfred Hasbrouck, Robert K. Tuthill, James

E. Sadlier.

ROCHESTER.

ROCHESTER CITY HOSPITAL,.— 223 West av. Tel. 656.

AMBULANCE. — Has an active ambulance service, with special district.

ADMISSION. — The hospital is non-sectarian, and receives all cases needing
hospital care. Apply to the superintendent at any time. Public wards, ?7
per week, or less, at the discretion of the superintendent. Private wards, $8.
Privilege of own physician everywhere, except in public ward, where the
attendance Is donated.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Mary L. Keith.

APOTHECARY.— Mrs. G. W. Granger.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— W. S. Ely, C. A. Dewey, C. E. Darrow, R. M.
Moore.

VISITING SURGEONS.— J. W. Whitbeck, H. T. Williams, E. W. Mulligan,

F. W. Zimmer.

ASSISTANT ATTENDING STAFF.— S. W. Little, H. S. Durand, C. D.
Young, D. G. Hastings.

CONSULTING STAFF.— C. E. Rider, D. Little, E. V. Stoddard, J. J. Kempe.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— Ophthalmologist, W. Rider: Orthopedist, L. A.
Weigel; Dermatologist, J. L. Roseboom; Neurologist, E. B. Angell; Laryngol-
ogist, J. O. Roe.

HOUSE STAFF.— W. D. Sutherland, S. H. Rosenthal, W. W. Sanford and
W. W. Perry.

ST. MARY'S HOSPIT.VX,, THE ROCHESTER.— Rochester. West
av. and Genesee st. Tel. 162.

AMBULANCE DISTRICTS.— The city has been divided into four districts,
and all " hurry calls " must be sent to the hospital of the district assigned
to it to insure prompt service. Calls sent to a hospital outside of its district
will be promptly transferred by that hospital to the proper hospital. For both
sides of East Main st. and East ave. and all territory north thereof, call
Rochester Homeopathic Hospital, Tel. 400. For all territory south of East
av. and East Main St., call Hahnemann Hospital, Tel. 626. For all territory
west of river to and including both sides of Central av., Allen st. and Jeffer-
son av., call City Hospital, Tel. 656. For all territory west and north of
Central av., Allien st. and Jejferson av. , call St. Mary's Hospital, Tel. 162.
Patients in all cases will be taken to their own homes or to the hospital of
their choice. For ordinary calls ambulances will go to any part of the city
desired.

ADMISSION. — All surgical and medical cases, and of everj- creed and
nationality. There is a children's ward. Board, $5 in general wards; $7 to
$9 In private wards. Apply to the Sister Superioress at any time. When
patients are unable to leave bed, the ambulance convej-s them to the hospital.

VISITING DAYS. — Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, from 3 to 5.

SUPERIORESS.— Sister Marie.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— J. W. Casey, George G. Carroll, T. A. O'Hare,
J. R. Culkin.

VISITING SURGEONS.— E. M. Moore, H. F. Williams, E. M. Moore, Jr.,
E. M. Mulligan, W. B. Jones.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— W. Rider, Aurist and Oculist; L. A. Weigel,
Orthopedic Surgeon; J. M. Ingersoll, Laryngologlst ; R. G. Cook, Neurologist.

HOUSE STAFF.— George G. Carroll, William B. Conner, Levi L. Riggin.



C7G HOSPITALS OF NEW YORK STATE.

SCHENECTADY.

ELiLiIS HOSPIT.IX.. Jay st., Schenectady.

VISITING STAFF.— George E. Macdonald, Dayton L. Kathan, Charles G.
Briggs, Walter W. Goddard, John L. Schoolcraft, John A. Heatly, Herman V.
Mynderse, James E. Reid, John F. McEncroe, Edward J. Wiencke, Charles
F. Clowe.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— William L. Pearson, Charles C. Duryee.

SPECIAL CONSULTANT.— G. S. Munson.

PATHOLOGIST. — Frank vander Bogart.

DENTAL SURGEON.— O. J. Gross.

HOUSE PHYSICIAN.— Arthur J. Bedell.

SCHENECTADY HOSPITAL (" Hospital Association of City of
Schenectady ").— Jay st. Tel. 77.

ADMISSION. — All cases of acute non-contagious disease, except alcoholism
and Insanity, occurring among the Indigent of the city, are admitted. Chil-
dren are not received. Apply to Medical Superintendent.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Ella Underhill.

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

VISITING STAFF. — George E. McDonald, Dayton L. Kathan, Charles G.
Briggs, Walter W. Goddard, Charles C. Duryee, John A. Heatly, Herman V.
Mynderse.

CONSULTING PHYSICIANS.— William L. Pearson and Charles C. Duryee.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— G. S. Munson, James E. Reed.

RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.— Arthur J. Bedell.

SYKACUSE.

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL..— Syracuse. Prospect and Union av.

Tel. 210.

VISITING DAYS. — Week-days, from 2 to 5 P.M.; Sunday and Thursday,
7 to 8 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Miss Esther G. McCarthy.

CHIEF OF STAFF.— H. D. Didama.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— D. H. L. Elsney, W. A. Curtin.

VISITING SURGEONS.— N. Jacobson, D. M. Totman.

SPECIAL CONSULTANTS.— Oculist, A. F. W. Marlow; Gynecologist, A. B.
Miller; Laryngologist, T. H. Halsted; Pathologists, A. Larkin, T. Kiffer;
Dental Surgeon, S. C. Dayan.

HOUSE STAFF.— A. L. Rust and T. Foreman.

TARKYTOWN.

STATE HOSPITAL. FOR THE CARE OF CRIPPIiED AND
DEFORMED CHILDREN, THE NEW YORK.— Tarrytown.
Paulding av. This hospital was opened on December 1, I'JOO. There are beds
for 25 patients, 18 of which are occupied.

SURGEON-IN CHIEF. — Newton M. Shaffer. P. Henry Fitzhugh, 1st Assist-
ant Surgeon; Henry Scott, Assistant Surgeon.

CONSULTING BOARD.— Francis Delafleld, A. Alexander Smith, W. Gil-
man Thompson, Joseph D. Bryant, Reginald A. Sayre, Lewis A. Stimson,
Robert F. Weir, of New York: L. A. Weigel, of Rochester; Jarvis S. Wright
and John McCorkle, of Brooklyn; Roswell Park and Charles G. Stockton, of
Buffalo; A. Van der Veer and S. B. Ward, of Albany.

TROY.

SAMARITAN HOSPITAL..— Troy. Eighth st. Tel. 64.

ADMISSION. — AH classes of cases are received — adults and children — medi-
cal, surgical, obstetrical, and contagious cases. Board in the wards, $5 a
week for adults and $4 for children. The charge for cases of acute Infectious
disease, in the wards of the Price Memorial Building, is $10 per week.
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VISITING DAYS.— Daily, Sunday Included.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Mary E. Schumacher,

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— Herman C. Gordinier; Donald Buchanan, As.si.st-
ant; Edgar R. Slillman, Alternate Assistant (January, February, March, July,
August, September). James P. Marsh; Joseph E. Baynes, Assistant; George
L. Meredith, Alternate Assistant (April, May, June, October, November,
December).

VISITING SURGEONS.— E. D. Ferguson; James P. Marsh, 1st Assistant;
W. L. Hogeboom, 2d Assistant; L. P. Schneider, 3d Assistant.

PATHOLOGIST.— Edgar R. Stillman.

HOUSE STAFF.— John L. Crofts, Senior Physician; Francis W, Goddard,
Junior Physician.

TROY HOSPITAL. Eighth and Fulton sts. Tel. 116.

ADMISSION. — No cases are refused admission, except those of Insanity and
contagious disease.

VISITING DAYS.— Sunday. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 3 to 5 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT.— Sister Anna.

APOTHECARY.— Sister Rosalia.

VISITING STAFF.— C. E. Nichols, C. B. Herrick, J. B. Harvle, D. W.
Houston, T. G. Dickson, C. H. Burbeck, B. Rousseau, M. Keenan, O. Mallett.

CONSULTING STAFF.— A. T. Van Vranken, C. C. Schuyler, J. C. Hutchison.

HOUSE STAFF.— L. A. Dugan and W. C. Curtin.

UTICA.

ST. ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL AND HOME.— Utica. 172 Co-
lumbia St. Incorporated February 7, 1870. Under the care of the Sisters of
St. Francis.

ADMISSION. — Medical and surgical cases are received without regard to
age, sex, color, nationality, or religion.

ST. LUKE'S HOME AND HOSPITAL,.— Utica. Columbia st.

ADMISSION. — This institution is open to the aged and suffering of all
classes, without regard to religion, sex, or color. Application for admission
to the home must be made to the Executive Committee or Matron. Applica-
tion for admission to the hospital must be made to the physician in charge,
the Executive Committee, or Superintendent of Nurses.

VISITING DAYS.— From 2 to 5 P.M. daily.

MEDICAL DIRECTOR.— Willis E. Ford.

MATRON OF HOME.— Mrs. Mary J. Clarke.

SUPERINTENDENT OF NURSES.— Miss Harriet Sutherland.

VISITING PHYSICIANS.— A. R. Simmons (January 15th to March 1st, July
15th to September 1st), Earl D. Fuller (March 1st to April 15th, September Ist
to October 15th">, A. J. Browne (April 15th to June 1st, October 15th to De-
cember 1st), J. N. Teeter (December 1st to January 15th, June 1st to July 15th).

VISITING SURGEONS. — Herbert G. Jones (December, January, April, May,
August, and September), F. H. Peck (October, November, February, March,
June, and July). P. J. Campbell and William Stump, Assistants.

OPHTHALMOLOGISTS. — Herbert G. Jones, A. R. Simmons.

GYNECOLOGISTS.— Willis E. Ford, William J. Schuyler, George Seymour,
Angeline Martine.

PATHOLOGIST.— William Stump.

CONSULTING STAFF. — William M. Gibson, A. P. Dodge, E. M. Draper,
Baker W. Crane, William M. James, Frederick Casey, V. B. Hamlin, Lafayette
Rinkle, Charles E. Smith, George Graves, Leroy J. Brooks, George A. Krug,
H. L. Borland, C. C. Reid.

RESIDENT PHYSICIAN.— P. J. Campbell.

UTICA CITY HOSPITAL..— Mohawk and South sts. Tel. 432.

ADMISSION. — All classes of charity cases are received.

VISITING DAYS.— Every day up to 8.30 P.M.

SUPERINTENDENT. — Richard R. Pritchard.

MATRON.— Anna E. Pritchard.

PHYSICIAN IN CHARGE. — Henry A. Brown.



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ST. JOHN'S RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL..— Yonkers. Ashburton av.
Tel. 247.

AMBULANCE. — Has an ambulance service.

ADMISSION. — There are 25 free beds for the poor of Yonkers. Medical and
surgical eases are received; maternity and contagious cases are excluded.
Board in wards, $7 per week. Apply to Superintendent, Miss D. Traylen.

VISITING DAYS.— Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, 4 to 5.

ATTENDING PHYSICIANS.— William S. Coons, Stephen F. Leo, Clarence
W. Buckmaster.

ATTENDING SURGEONS.— William H. Sherman, David John, S. E. Getty, Jr.

CONSULTING STAFF.— Surgeon, L. A. Stimson; Physician, E. G. Janeway;



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