New Haven Hospital Eighty-Ninth Annual Report of the General Hospital Society of Connecticut for the Year 1916
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Report for the year 1916, presented at the Annual Meeting, October, 1916.
The Wilson H. Lee Company
New Haven, CT
Administration Building and Anthony N. Brady Pathological Laboratory, Tuberculosis Annex, X-Ray Department, Social Service Department
New Haven Hospital, "New Haven Hospital Eighty-Ninth Annual Report of the General Hospital Society of Connecticut for the Year 1916" (1916). Yale New Haven Hospital Annual Reports. 55.
4207 patients admitted in the past year. Daily average number of patients 224.2. Cost per patient per week is $15.55. The ambulance responded to 1409 calls during the year. There is an image of the new Isolation Pavilion. The past year was major construction, when complete the hospital beds will increase by 1/3rd. Additional needs of the hospital include a private pavilion, convalescent pavilion, a psychopathic pavilion, equipment for physical therapy, improved living quarters for staff, enlargement of the lighting plant, and remodeling East and West Wards. There is a Social Service Department Report from their 5th year.