– American Institute of Homoeopathy, 65th Session, 1910,
 California.

homeohosusa General homoeopathic hospitals in United states.

Hahnemann Hospital, San Francisco, Cal. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1896. Executive officer,  –  –  –  –  – , President, 2401 Scott Street, San Francisco, Cal. This hospital is for the treatment of the general medical, surgical and maternity patients. No report has been received from this hospital this year.
 Canada.
 Montreal Homoeopathic Hospital, Montreal, Canada. Incorporated 1904. Opened for patients 1894. Medical superintendent. Alexander R. Griffith, M. D., 221 Peel Street, Montreal, Canada. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated the last year, 650. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all cases, with the exception of the insane. Supported by endowment, pay of private patients and public subscription. Delegate, Alexander R. Griffith, M. D. There is a fine training school for nurses connected with the hospital, 21 students. Miss Ida Bulmer, M. D., superintendent.
 Colorado.
 Park Avenue Hospital, Denver, Col. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1895. President, James P. Willard, M. D., Masonic Temple, Denver, Col. Number of beds, 28. Number of patients treated during the past year, 485. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of the alcoholic and insane. Supported by pay of patients and voluntary contributions. Delegate, John W. Harris, M. D. The hospital has recently paid its entire indebtedness and is now on sound financial footing.
 Connecticut.
 Grace Homoeopathic Hospital, New Haven Conn. Incorporated 1889. Opened for patients 1892. Superintendent, Miss M. J. Potts, New Haven, Conn. Number of beds, 100; number of patients treated during the past year, 834. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of the insane. Supported by State aid, and pay from patients. Delegate, Emory J. Walker, M. D., 1136 Chapel Street, New Haven, Conn.
 Delaware.
 Homoeopathic Hospital of Delaware, Wilmington, De. Incorporated 1889. Opened for patients 1888. Executive officer, Mrs. Jennie G. Lane, 519 West Street, Wilmington, Del. Number of beds, 60; number of patients treated the last year, 504. Supported by annual subscription, donations, board of patients and wages of nurses. This is a hospital for treatment of all classes of diseases except the insane. Delegate, C. W. Hughes, M. D.
 District of Columbia.
 National Homoeopathic Hospital Association, Washington, D. C. Incorporated 1881. Opened for patients 1881. Executive officer, Ralph Jenkins, M. D., 1732 Massachusetts Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C. Number of beds, 85; number of patients treated the past year, 844 in hospital beds, 760 emergency cases. Supported by Congressional appropriations, charitable donations and bequests. Delegates, Ralph Jenkins, M. D., William R. King, M. D. The hospital is steadily progressing along conservative lines. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all diseases with the exception of the insane. No report has been received of the in-door department of the hospital for the year 1908-1909. The Dispensary treated 15,360 cases during the year.
 Illinois.
 Hahnemann Hospital of the City of Chicago, Ill. Incorporated 1855. Opened for patients 1855. Number of beds, 170. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all cases, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by pay of patients and endowment fund.
 Chicago Homoeopathic Hospital,354 South Wood Street, Chicago, Ill. Incorporated 1903. Opened for patients 1896. Executive officer, Alexander R. McDonald, M. D., 31 Washington Street, Chicago, Ill. Number of beds, 40; number of patients treated during the last year, 600. Supported by pay of patients. This hospital is for the treatment of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Delegate, Alexander R. McDonald, M. D.
 Iowa.
 Homoeopathic Hospital of the State of Iowa. Opened for patients 1876. Not incorporated. Executive officer, William LeClaire Bywater, M. D., 8 North Clinton Street, Iowa City, Ia. Number of beds, 54; number of patients treated the past year, 802. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by hospital fees, and state appropriations. Delegate, William LeClaire Bywater, M. D.
 Maryland.
 Maryland Homoeopathic Hospital and Free Dispensary, Baltimore, Md. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1890. Executive officer, John T. Graham, M. D., Baltimore, Md. Number of beds, 58. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by State and City appropriations, and fees of private patients. No report has been received from this hospital this year.
 St. Luke’s Hospital, 116 N. Avenue, West Baltimore, Md. Incorporated 1905. Opened for patients 1908. Executive officer, William Dulaney Thomas, M. D., 633 North Carrollton Avenue, Baltimore, Md. No report from this hospital this year.
 Massachusetts.
 Massachusetts Homoeopathic Hospital, East Concord St., Boston, Mass. Incorporated 1855. Opened for patients 1855. Executive officer, William O. Mann, M. D., East Concord Street, Boston, Mass. Number of beds, 375; number of patients treated last year, 4,750. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic, contagious and insane. Supported by fees of private patients and endowment. Delegate, William O. Mann, M. D.
 Essex Homoeopathic Hospital, Salem, Mass. Opened for patients 1901. Executive officer, Alfred Manchester, Salem, Mass. “We simply hold our charter. No building or funds. No work done for the last two years.”
 Newburyport Homoeopathic Hospital, Newburyport, Mass. Incorporated 1892. Opened for patients 1906. Number of beds, 20. Number of patients last year, 193.
 Wessen Memorial Hospital, Springfield, Mass. Incorporated 1900. Opened for patients 1900. Executive officer, James P. Stearns. Number of beds, 70; number of patients treated the past year, 580. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of maternity and insane. Supported by fees and endowments. Delegate, John H. Carmichael, M. D.
 Worcester Hahnemann Hospital, Worcester, Mass. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1896. Executive officer, George A. Slocomb, M. D., 769 Main Street, Worcester, Mass. Number of beds, 15; number of patients treated last year, 160. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by fees of patients and donations. Delegate, Lamson Allen, M. D. Present building has been sold, a new site has been selected. We hope to be in our new quarters in 1909.
 Michigan.
 University Hospital (Homoeopathic), University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Incorporated 1875. Opened for patients 1875. Superintendent, Russell E. Atchinson, M. D., Ann Arbor. Mich. Medical director, Wilbert B. Hinsdale, Ann Arbor, Mich. Number of beds, 125; number of patients treated during the past year who stayed a week or more, 3,374. Additional cases examined, 1,800. Supported by pay of patients and state appropriation. This is a general hospital for treatment of all cases including alcoholic, insane and nervous. Delegate, Wilbert B. Hinsdale. This is not a hospital that takes any private patients. All are clinical cases.
 The Grace Hospital, Detroit, Mich. Incorporated 1888. Opened for patients 1888. Superintendent, W. L. Babcock, M. D., Detroit. Mich. Number of beds, 150; number of patients treated last year, in, 2,706; out, 2,080. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by earnings and endowment.
 Mercy Hospital of Muskegon, Mich. Incorporated 1905. Opened for patients 1903. Executive officer, Sister M. Joseph of Mercy, Muskegon, Mich. Number of beds, 40; number of patients treated during the past year, 326. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of the insane. Supported by board of patients.
 Missouri.
 Homoeopathic Hospital and Training School of Kansas City, Mo. Opened for patients 1899. Incorporated 1900. Executive officer, Mrs. Bertha J. Bockson, M. D., 3021 Olive Street, Kansas City, Mo. Number of beds, 7; number of patients treated during the year, 9. This is a hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of the insane. Supported by pay of the patients.
 St. Louis Children’s Free Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Opened for patients 1873. Not incorporated. Secretary, Charles H. Goodman, M. D., 4500 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Number of beds, 100; number of patients treated last year, 648. This is a hospital which treats all classes of children’s cases, with the exception of the insane. Supported by voluntary subscriptions.
 Nebraska.
 Red Cross Hospital, Fullerton, Neb. Opened for patients 1905. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Henry E. Kinyon, M. D., Fullerton, Neb. Number of beds, 10. Patients treated during the past year, 49. This is a hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of the insane, alcoholic and nervous. Supported by pay of patients.
 New Jersey.
 West Jersey Homoeopathic Hospital, Camden, N. J. Incorporated 1891. Opened to patients 1887. Executive officer, Charles F. Hadley, M. D., 3320 Federal Street, Camden, N. J. Number of beds, 40; number of patients treated the past year, 597. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by pay of patients and voluntary contributions. Delegate, Charles F. Hadley, M. D. Again we report the largest admission to hospitals since our opening. A new building is being planned.
 Homoeopathic Hospital of Essex County, 133 Littleton Avenue, Newark, N. J. Incorporated 1903. Opened for patients 1903. Executive officer, Miss Nina R. Wilcox, 133 Littleton Avenue, Newark, N. J. Chief of Staff, Charles A. Groves, M. D., 303 Main Street, East Orange, N. J Number of beds, 26; number of patients treated during the past year. 325. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of maternity, alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by voluntary contributions and donations. Delegate, Charles A. Groves, M. D.
 St. Mary’s Hospital, Passaic, N. J. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1895. Executive officer, Sister Rose Vincent, Passaic, N. J. Number of beds, 50. This is a hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by city and county appropriations, pay of patients, and personal contributions. Delegate, Edwin DeBaun. M. D.
 William McKinley Memorial Hospital, Trenton, N. J. Opened for patients 1889. Incorporated 1889. Executive officer, Walter F. Smith, 211 East State Street, Trenton, N. J. Number of beds, 75; number of patients treated last year, 680. This is a hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by county appropriations and pay of patients.
 New York.
 Homoeopathic Hospital of Albany, N. Y. Incorporated 1875. Opened for patients 1868. Executive officers, James W. Cox, M. D., Madison and Quail Streets. Albany, N. Y. Number of beds, 35. This is a hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by pay of patients. No report has been received from this hospital this year.
 Cumberland Street Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Opened for patients 1902. Incorporated 1902. Executive officer, Mortimer D. Jones, M. D., Superintendent, Cumberland Street Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 200; number of patients treated the past year, 2,465. Ambulance calls, 1,615. This hospital is for the treatment of all cases with the exception of the alcoholic and insane. Supported by the Public Charity of the City of New York. Delegate, Charles B. Bacon, M. D.
 Memorial Hospital for Women and Children. 827 Sterling Pl., Brooklyn, N. Y. Incorporated 1883. Opened for patients 1883. Executive officer, H. C. VanB. Peckham, M. D., 150 Halsey Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 25; number of patients treated during the past year, 222. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by board of patients and voluntary contributions. Pending the collection of funds for a new building, the Trustees have rented the building to the Memorial Dispensary and are not using it as a Hospital, it having become inadequate for Hospital purposes.
 Buffalo Homoeopathic Hospital, 74 Cottage Street, Buffalo, N. Y. Opened for patients 1872. Not incorporated. Secretary, Miss Annie W. Lee, 222 Highland Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. Number of beds, 65. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases. No report has been received from this hospital this year.
 City Hospital, Lockport, N. Y. Opened for patients 1908. Executive officer, Vera D. Eaton, Superintendent. Number of beds, 25. Number of patients treated during first six months of its existence, 103. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of diseases except alcoholic and insane. Supported by pay patients, by city endowment of $5,000, by bequests and assistance from Hospital Aid Association.
 Hahnemann Hospital, Park Avenue and 68th Street, New York City. Incorporated 1869. Opened for patients 1869. Secretary, H. M. Wolfe, 215 W. 125th Street. New York City. Number of beds, 96; number of patients treated during the past year, 996. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of insane. Supported by investment, endowments and renting of rooms for treatment. Superintendent, Mr. A. M. Weismann.
 Laura Franklin Free Hospital for Children, 111th Street, between Madison and Park Avenues, New York City. Executive officer, John B. Garrison, M. D., 115 East Seventy-first Street, New York City. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated during the past year, 518. Supported by endowment. The death rate for years has been very low, notwithstanding that cases are frequently admitted in late stages of pneumonia. This year the death rate was 1.74 per cent.
 Metropolitan Hospital. Blackwell’s Island, New York City. Opened for patients 1875. Not incorporated. Executive officer, George Taylor Stewart, M. D., Metropolitan Hospital, Blackwell’s Island, New York City. Number of beds, 1,400; number of patients treated the past year, 8,915. Supported by the City of New York.
 Flower Hospital, East 63d Street and Avenue A, New York City. Superintendent, C. H. Hornby, M. D., New York City. Number of beds. 160; number of patients treated during the past year, 2,500, 30,000 in the dispensary. This is a general hospital for the treatment of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by endowments, donations, pay of private patients and city appropriation. Delegate, Royal S. Copeland, M. D.
 New York Medical College and Hospital for Women, 19 West 101st Street, New York City, N. Y. Incorporated 1863. Opened for patients 1864. Executive officer, Mrs. H. L. Bender. 83 Hanson Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated during the past year, 551. This is a general hospital for the treatment of medical, surgical and maternity cases, with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by contributions and board of patients.
 Hahnemann Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. Opened for patients 1889. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Judge Arthur E. Sutherland, Lake Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. Number of beds, 75. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. No report has been received from this hospital this year.
 Rochester Homoeopathic Hospital, 224 Alexander Street, Rochester. N. Y. Opened for patients 1889. Incorporated 1887. Executive officer, Granger Hollister, 375 East Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. Number of beds, 140; number of patients treated during the year, 2,224. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by pay patients and town and county contributions.
 Syracuse Homoeopathic Hospital, 116 East Castle Street, Syracuse, N. Y. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1897. Executive officer, Herbert Smith. Dillaye Block. Number of beds, 38; number of patients treated during the last year, 294. Supported by public contributions and private donations.
 Utica Homoeopathic Hospital, 321 Genesee Street, Utica, N. Y. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1895. Executive officer, A. R. Grant, M. D., Utica, N. Y. Number of beds, 20; number of patients treated last year, 300. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by pay patients and endowment.
 Yonkers Homoeopathic Hospital of Maternity, Yonkers, N. Y. Incorporated 1896. Opened for patients 1896. Number of beds, 30; number of patients during the past year, 435. This hospital is for the treatment of women and children exclusively. Supported by pay of patients, city contributions and donations. Executive officer, Mrs. Thos. Ewing, Belmont Terrace, Yonkers, N. Y. Have just finished a new fire-proof, up-to-date hospital, which was occupied in February, 1909. Delegate, H. G. Keith, M. D., Secretary of Staff, numbering eight homoeopathic physicians.
 Ohio.
 City Hospital for Women and Children, 549 West Ninth Street, Cincinnati, O Incorporated 1881. Opened for patients 1883. Secretary, Mrs. E. G. Carpenter, Rockdale Avenue, Avondale, O. Number of beds, 17; number of patients treated last year, 104. This is a hospital for all classes of cases of women and children with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by annual subscriptions, donations, bequests and private beds or rooms. Delegate, Helen M. Kirk, M. D.
 Cleveland Homoeopathic Hospital, Cleveland, O. Incorporated 1867. Opened for patients 1864. Number of beds, 120. Closed for repairs during the past year. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Secretary, Wm T. Miller, M. D. 1110 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, O. Supported by pay of patients, donations and endowments.
 Toledo Hospital, Toledo, O. Opened for patients 1876. Incorporated 1876. Superintendent, Miss Mabel Kent, 1711 Cherry Street, Toledo, O. Number of beds, 125. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases except insane. Supported by pay of patients and endowment. We have received no report from this hospital this year.
 Oregon.
 Homoeopathic Hospital, Portland, Oregon. Work in this hospital is progressing favorably and it is expected that it will be ready to receive patients by the end of the year. It will contain seventy-five beds; other wings will be built in the future as necessity occurs.
 Pennsylvania.
 J. Lewis Crozer Homoeopathic Hospital, Chester, Pa. Incorporated 1897. Opened for patients 1900. S. K. Ubil, Superintendent. Chester, Pa. Number of beds, 46; number of patients treated the past year, 450. This hospital is for the treatment of all medical and surgical cases. No maternity, nervous, insane or alcoholic cases received. Supported by endowment fund. Delegate, Robert P. Mercer, M. D.
 Children’s Homoeopathic Hospital of Philadelphia, corner of Franklin and Thompson Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1877. Open for patients 1877. Executive officer, Walter Strong, M. D., 2105 North 13th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of beds, 55; number of patients treated last year, 1,184. Supported by voluntary contributions and state appropriations. This hospital is for the treatment of all general and surgical cases of women and children. The hospital is entirely charitable. Delegate, Aug. Korndoerfer, M. D. The Maternity Department is a new feature. A new nurses’ home is being built.
 Hahnemann Medical College, Broad Street, Philadelphia, above Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1848. Open for patients 1848. Number of beds, 150. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all medical and surgical cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by board of patients, state appropriations and donations. We have received no report from this hospital this year.
 Medical, Surgical and Maternity Hospital, of the Women’s Homoeopathic Association of Pennsylvania, 20th Street and Susquehanna Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1882. Opened for patients 1884. Executive officer, Mrs. F. B. Skinner, Providence Building. Philadelphia, Pa. Number of beds, 80. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by a small endowment fund, pay from patients and state appropriation. We have received no report from this hospital this year.
 St. Luke’s Homoeopathic Hospital, Broad and Wingohocking Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1896. Open for patients 1894. Executive officer, William H. Keim, M. D., 1716 North Eighteenth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of beds, 62; number of patients treated last year, 832. This is a general hospital of all medical and surgical cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by State of Pennsylvania, private patients and private contributions. Delegate, Thomas H. Carmichael, M. D. The hospital is being remodeled at the present time.
 West Philadelphia General Homoeopathic Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Wm. M. Hillegas, M. D., Executive officer, 1001 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
 West Philadelphia General Homoeopathic Hospital and Dispensary, 1234 N. 54th Street. Opened for patients 1905. Incorporated 1905. Executive officer, H. M. Gay, M. D., 1687 N. 54th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of beds, 32. Number of patients treated last year, 3,791. All patients except insane admitted. Supported by board of patients, bequests and state appropriations.
 Women’s Southern Homoeopathic Hospital, 724 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1896. Open for patients 1896. Executive officer, Miss Annie M. Miller, 1911 Mt. Vernon Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of beds, 38; number of patients treated during the last year, 430. This hospital is for the treatment of all medical and surgical cases, with the exceptions of alcoholic and insane. Supported by state appropriation, board of patients and donations. A new lot has just been purchased and a new building is soon to be erected.
 Homoeopathic Medical and Surgical Hospital of Pittsburg, 408 Second Avenue, Pittsburg, Pa. Incorporated 1866. Opened for patients 1866. Executive officer, J. F. Speer, Superintendent, Pittsburg, Pa. Number of patients, 2,206 in the hospital; 5,885 emergency or accident. This is a hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by endowment, state aid, pay of patients, voluntary contributions. Delegate, James H. McClelland, M. D. A beautiful hospital, up-to-date in every particular, is now in course of erection.
 Homoeopathic Medical and Surgical Hospital of Reading. 135 North Sixth Street, Reading, Pa. Incorporated 1890. Open for patients 1891. Medical superintendent, Lewis A. Schollenberger, M. D., 637 Walnut Street, Reading, Pa. Number of beds, 75; number of patients, 553. Supported by citizens, pay of private patients and state appropriation.
 Hahnemann Hospital and Training School for Nurses, 316 Colfax Avenue, Scranton, Pa. Incorporated 1897. Opened for patients 1897. Superintendent, Miss Jessie S. MacLaren, Scranton, Pa. Number of beds, 75; number of patients treated during the past year, 809. This is a hospital for treatment of all cases, with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by donations, board of patients, state aid.
 Rhode Island.
 Homoeopathic Hospital of Rhode Island, 62 Jackson Street, Providence, R. I. Incorporated 1904. Opened for patients 1904. Executive officer, Wm. H. Waite, President, 12 Park’s Avenue, Providence, R. I. Number of beds, 21; number of patients treated last year. 300. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by board of patients and a small fee. 

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