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Report for the year ending June 30, 1924, presented at the Annual Meeting, July 1924.

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The Wilson H. Lee Company


New Haven, CT


Private Pavilion, William Wirt Winchester Memorial Hospital, Tuberculosis, Pediatric Surgical Ward, Scarlet Fever, Diabetes, Ricketts, Infant Welfare Clinics, Day Camp, Semi-private rooms, Community Health, Yale School of Nursing, Hygiene.


5066 patients admitted in the past year. Daily average number of patients 220. Cost per patient per week is $45.82. The ambulance responded to 1035 calls during the year. In the beginning of this report it states that the legal title of the Corporation is “The General Hospital Society of Connecticut,” but the use of the name “The New Haven Hospital” is also authorized for bequests. There is an image of the new private pavilion. During the year the hospital established a pediatric surgical unit. Scarlet fever was treated at the hospital during the year with the new anti-scarlatinal serum. The hospital has also been using insulin to treat diabetes.

There are reports for the Department of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Department of Pediatrics, Department of Pathology and Bacteriology, Department of Surgery, and Department of Nursing.

New Haven Hospital the Ninty-Seventh Report of the General Hospital Society of Connecticut Year Ending June 30 1924