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For the year 1911, presented at the Annual Meeting, January 25, 1912.

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The Tuttle, Morehouse, and Taylor Company


New Haven, CT


Admission of patients, Free bed fund, Ambulance, Deficit decreased, Power plant, Hospital donations, Building project, Tuberculosis day camp, Isolation ward, Operating facilities, Social worker, Physical therapy equipment, Connecticut Training School for Nurses (CTS).


The report includes a list of obituaries of members of the Society. The ambulance service received 701 calls. There has been an inquiry to purchase more ambulance vehicles, and move away from the use of horses, with the increase fly population. The average cost per patient is $12.72 per week. The power plant has been running successfully for a year. The hospital approved potential building plans and employed Mr. L.W. Robinson of New Haven as the architect and Mr. Frank Miles Day of Philadelphia consulting architect to look at the proposed plans. 36 patients have attended the Tuberculosis day camp. There has been an increasing need for a Social Worker, especially for Children patients. Nursing students remain in the school for three years of study.

New Haven Hospital Eighty-Fifth Annual Report of the General Hospital Society of Connecticut for the Year 1911