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For the year 1907, presented at the Annual Meeting, January 31, 1908.
The Tuttle, Morehouse, and Taylor Company
New Haven, CT
Admission of patients, Deficit increase, Elevator, Renovations, Hospital Sunday donation, Soldier patients, Ambulance, Hospital expansion, Tuberculosis ward, Isolation, Power plant, X-ray room.
New Haven Hospital, "New Haven Hospital Eighty-First Annual Report for the Year 1907" (1908). Yale New Haven Hospital Annual Reports. 47.
The average cost for a patient is $12.27 per week. The ambulance service received 762 calls. The ambulance service has expanded, now has two ambulances and includes a general surgeon. Even though the Hospital has completed most of the ongoing renovations for the past four years, there is still a need to expand. Tuberculosis cases are increasing, and there is a need for a ward specifically for tuberculosis. Miss. Mary Mersick has gifted the hospital an elevator, the newest addition has made transporting patients easier.