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For the year 1899, presented at the Annual Meeting, January 25, 1900.

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The Tuttle, Morehouse and Taylor Press


New Haven, CT


Maternity Ward, X-ray


1204 patients treated in the past year. Daily average number of patients 119.7. Cost per patient per week is $10.03. The ambulance responded to 294 calls during the year. A new wing was added to accommodate a kitchen, nurses’ dining room and sewing room, and rooms for male help on the third floor. The new Maternity Ward is in the process of being built. An underground connection built between the Bronson Ward and the Maternity Ward. Other work done regarding water and gas lines, plumbing in the East Wing, and gutter and roof repairs. Through a gift of $500 from the estate of Mr. Charles A. Watrous, the hospital purchased and installed an X-ray apparatus. Chart comparing New Haven Hospital to others in the area for daily average of patients and weekly cost.

Five images include: New Haven Hospital – view from Northeast, New Haven Hospital – view from Southeast, New Kitchen Wing exterior, New Kitchen interior, and New Nurses’ Dining Room.

Seventy-Third Annual Report of the Directors of the General Hospital Society of Connecticut