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

homeogeneralhosusa General hospitals in which both school of practice are employed

 Denver City and County Hospital, Homoeopathic Department, Sixth Avenue and Cherokee Street, Denver, Col. Incorporated 1887. Opened for patients 1876. Number of beds, 300. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. We have received no report from this hospital this year. Superintendent, as reported last was William Clark, Sixth Avenue and Cherokee Street, Denver, Col.
 Florida.
 St. Luke’s Homoeopathic Department, Jacksonville, Fla. Opened for patients 1882. Number of patients treated by the homoeopathic physicians this year, 11. This is a hospital for the treatment of medical and surgical cases only. Supported by donations and pay of patients. Delegate, Henry R. Stout, M. D.
 Illinois.
 Moline Public Hospital, Moline, Ill. Incorporated 1894. Opened for patients 1898. Secretary, Miss Florence D. Sleight, Moline, Ill. Number of beds, 42; number of patients treated during the year, 438. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by taxes and board of patients.
 Rockford Hospital Homoeopathic Department, Rockford, Ill. Opened for patients 1883. Number of beds, 35. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all surgical and medical cases, with the exception of alcoholic and insane. We have received no report from the hospital this year. Executive officer as reported last year was Miss Alma Baitu. The homoeopathic physician was C. A. Walker, M. D.
 Indiana.
 Clark Hospital, Homoeopathic Department, Elkhart, Ind. Incorporated 1898. Opened for patients 1898. Secretary, J. Wright Short, M. D., Elkhart, Ind. Number of beds, 13. This is a general hospital for the treatment for all classes of cases. Supported by pay of patients and Ladies’ Auxiliary. Physicians of both schools of practice use this hospital.
 Muncie Hospital and Invalids’ Home, Homoeopathic Department Muncie, Ind. This hospital is general in its nature, and is not under any system of medicine.
 Iowa.
 The Jennie Edmundson Memorial Hospital, Homoeopathic Department, Council Bluffs, Ia. Incorporated 1884. Opened for patients 1884. Executive officer, Ella M. Stembach, Council Bluffs, Ia. Number of beds, 60; number of patients treated last year, 678 (in all). Treated by homoeopathic physicians. 97. This is a general hospital for the treatment for all classes of cases except the insane. Supported by pay of patients and donations. Delegate, Alfred P. Hanchett, M. D.
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 Samaritan Hospital and Training School for Nurses, corner of Seventeenth and Pierce Streets, Sioux City, Ia. Incorporated 1882. Opened for patients 1884. Executive officer, Mrs. James E. Ayres, 510 Twenty-fourth Street. Sioux City, Ia. Number of beds, 65; number of patients treated during the past year, 840. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by membership fees, subscriptions, and pay of patients.
 Kentucky.
 City Hospital, Homoeopathic Department, Louisville, Ky. Opened for patients 1882. Superintendent, Julius C. Vogt, Louisville, Ky. Number of beds, 250; number of patients treated during the past year, 3,879. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. The homoeopathic physicians on the medical stag have charge of one-sixth of the patients of the hospital. There are six old school internes, and one homoeopathic.
 Massachusetts.
 Brockton Hospital, Brockton, Mass. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1896. Secretary, A. L. Beale, M. D., 106 Main Street, Brooklyn, Mass. Number of beds, 45; number of patients treated during the past year, 575. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of nervous, maternity, alcoholic and insane. Supported by city appropriation, pay of patients, and yearly contribution.
 Rufus S. Frost’s General Hospital, Chelsea, Mass. Opened for patients 1894. Number of beds, 50. Executive officer, Frank E. Grild, 270 Chestnut Street, Chelsea, Mass. J. E. Blaisdell, M. D., is the attending homoeopathic physician. Hospital and records destroyed by fire April 12, 1908. New hospital being built.
 Framingham Hospital, South Framingham, Mass. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1893. Number of beds, 60; number of patients treated during last year, 685. Superintendent, A. M. Hintge, M. D., South Framingham, Mass. This is a general hospital and receives all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic, insane and nervous. Supported by endowment funds, public subscriptions and pay of patients. The hospital is open to both schools of medicine on equal terms. Attending homoeopathic physician, Frank W. Patch, M. D.
 Lowell General Hospital, Lowell, Mass. Opened for patients 1893. Not incorporated. Superintendent, Miss Sara Bowen, Lowell, Mass. Number of beds, 70, in addition to those in tuberculosis camp; number of patients treated last year, 961. This is a general hospital, for the treatment of all classes of cases, including tuberculosis, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by endowment fund and pay of patients.
 Malden Hospital, Malden, Mass. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1892. Executive officer, Caroline S. Littlefield, 11 Concord Street, Malden, Mass. Number of beds, 75; number of patients treated during the last year, 1,641. Supported by endowment fund and pay of patients.
 Leonard Morse Hospital, Natick, Mass. Opened for patients 1899. Not incorporated. Superintendent, Emma T. Elliott, Natick, Mass. Number of beds, 25; number of patients treated during the last year, 277. This is a general hospital, for the treatment of all medical cases, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by endowment fund.
 Newton Hospital, Newton, Mass. Incorporated 1881. Opened for patients 1886. Executive officer, A. R. Weed, Newton, Mass. Number of beds, 150; number of patients treated during the past year, 1,408. Supported by endowment funds, pay of patients and donations. The homoeopathic physicians enjoy equal rights and privileges with those of the old school.
 City Hospital of Quincy, Mass. Opened for patients 1890. Number of beds, 25; number of patients treated last year. 338. Mrs. Blanche Thayer, matron, and Henry C. Hallowell, M. D., homoeopathic attending physician.
 Somerville Hospital, Somerville, Mass. Matron and Superintendent, Miss Elizabeth C. Hogle, Hospital, Somerville, Mass. Opened for patients 1893. Incorporated 1891. Number of beds, 45; patients treated during the past year, 516. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of patients with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Frank L. Newton, M. D., delegate.
 Morton Hospital, Taunton, Mass. Incorporated 1889. Opened for patients 1889. Executive officer, Martha Perry, M. D., Taunton, Mass. Number of beds, 25; number of patients treated last year, 424. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by fees from patients.
 Minnesota.
 City Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Executive officer, E. H. Beckman, M. D., City Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Opened to patients 1890. Number of beds, 175. This is a hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception only of the insane. Supported by Board of Charities and Correction. Every fifth patient goes to the homoeopathic staff, which consists of 4 surgeons, 4 medical men, 2 gynaecologists, 2 obstetricians, 1 dermatologist, 1 genito-urinary surgeon, 1 eye and ear specialist, 1 nose and throat specialist, etc. Delegate, H. C. Aldrich. M. D.
 City and County Hospital, St. Paul, Minn. Located corner Jefferson Ave. and Colburn St., St. Paul. Opened for patients, 1871; incorporated, 1871. Executive officer, A. B. Aucker, M. D., superintendent. Number of beds, 350; number of patients last year, 3,172. Treats all classes of patients except insane. Is under the Board of Control of Ramsey County. There are seven homoeopaths on the staff.
 St. Luke’s Hospital, St. Paul, Minn. Corner Smith Ave. and Sherman St., St. Paul. Incorporated 1873. Opened for patients, 1873. Executive officer, Miss A. H. Patterson, superintendent. Number of beds, 100; number of patients last year, 1,471. Treats all classes of patients except alcoholic and insane. Supported by endowments, providing for homoeopathic physicians on the staff. These number seven.
 St. Joseph’s Hospital, St. Paul, Minn. Incorporated 1854. Opened for patients 1854. Executive officer, Mother Bernardine, at hospital, St. Paul, Minn. Number of beds, 130. All classes of cases except insane treated here. A number of homoeopathic physicians are on the staff. Reported by E. L. Mann, M. D.
 Missouri.
 Wesley Hospital, Kansas City, Mo. Physicians of both schools serve on a medical staff in this hospital. Charles F. Elliott, M. D., is one of the attending homoeopathic physicians.
 New York.
 Erie County Hospital, Buffalo, N. Y. Opened for patients 1894. Not incorporated. Medical Superintendent, E. J. Gilray, M. D., Erie County Hospital, Buffalo, N. Y.. Number of beds, 500; number of patients treated during the last year, 2,097. This hospital receives all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by general taxation.
 Geneva City Hospital, Geneva, N. Y. Incorporated 1892. Opened for patients 1898. Executive officer, L. D. Collins, Geneva, N. Y. Number of beds, 35. This is a general hospital for all classes of cases, with the exception of the alcoholic and insane. Supported by endowment and pay patients. We have been unable to obtain any report from this hospital this year.
 Ohio.
 City Hospital, Cleveland, O. Opened for patients 1889. Superintendent, J. W. McAfee, M. D., City Hall, Cleveland, O. Number of beds, 375. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of patients. One-fourth of the patients are treated by the homoeopathic medical staff.
 Elyria Memorial Hospital, Elyria, Ohio. Incorporated 1907. Opened for patients, November, 1908. Executive officer, E. F. Allen, M. D., treasurer, Elyria, Ohio. Number of beds, 35; number of patients treated last year, 250. Supported by county, pay of patients and contributions. Delegate, Geo. D. Nichols, M. D.
 Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, O. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1894. Executive officer, Florence A. Bishop, superintendent, Dayton, O. Number of beds, 160; number of patients treated during the last year, 1,851. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of insane. Supported by city appropriations and charity.
 Mitchell Thomas Hospital, Springfield, O. Opened for patients, 1886. We have been unable to obtain a report from this hospital for the last three years.
 Bethesda Hospital, Zanesville, O. Opened for patients 1888. Secretary, Mrs. Louisa M. Boile, Zanesville, O. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated during the last year, 240. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by pay of patients, donations and city appropriation.
 Pennsylvania.
 Beaver Valley General Hospital, New Brighton, Pa. Incorporated 1894. Opened for patients 1905. Superintendent, J. F. Merriman, M. D., Beaver Falls, Pa. Number of beds, 55; number of patients treated during the last year, 378. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by pay of patients, State aid and private contributions. Physicians of both schools of practice serve on the medical staff.
 Tennessee.
 Knoxville General Hospital, Knoxville, Tenn. Incorporated 1899. Opened for patients 1902. Executive officer, D. O. Rosenthal, secretary, Knoxville, Tenn. Number of beds, 125; number of patients treated last year, 571. Treats all classes of patients except alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by pay of patients, endowment and city funds.
 Vermont.
 Brattleboro Memorial Hospital, Brattleboro, Vt. Incorporated 1904. Opened for patients 1905. Executive officer, W. H. Brackett, South Main Street. Brattleboro, Vt. Number of beds, 26. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by income from real estate. Both schools of practice are represented on the medical staff.
 Wisconsin.
 Knowlton Hospital, Milwaukee, Wis. Opened for patients 1900. Executive officer, Miss Olive B. Knowlton, 830 Sycamore Street, Milwaukee, Wis. Number of beds, 40. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by the pay of the patients. Physicians of both schools of medicine serve on the medical staff. 

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