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For the year 1915, presented at the annual report, October 1915.

This report includes; an image of the new Isolation Pavilion, lists of Officers of the General Hospital Society of Connecticut, members of the Medical Board, Board of Visitors, Vice-Presidents for Life, Free Bed Funds and Permanent Funds, and a Report of the Directors given by the Executive Committee. The report begins with Admission of Patient guidelines. Medical statistics include medical and surgical cases from September 30, 1914 through October 1, 1915 lists of operations, number of births, and causes of death. General statistics related to admissions, nativity of patients, age, occupation, and town included. Financial statistics for the hospital and donations received reported. The report concludes with the Report of the Board of Visitors, Social Services Department and a report on the Connecticut Training School for Nurses.

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The Tuttle, Morehouse, and Taylor Company


New Haven, CT


Admission of patients, Ambulance, Contagious disease, Isolation pavilion, Nurse housing, Staff housing, Water supply system, Fire safety, Free bed fund, Social services department, Connecticut Training School for Nurses.


The average cost for a patient was $15.90 per week. The isolation pavilion was finished in December. The water supply has been increased to meet the needs of all patients. There has been a proposal of building a Boardman Administrative Building & Anthony N. Brady Pathological Building, the Hospital contracted George A. Fuller from New York City, and the project will be completed in about a year. Nursing students remain in the school for three years of study.

New Haven Hospital Eighty-Eighth Annual Report of the General Hospital Society of Connecticut for the Year 1915