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

homeoclinicinusa Homoeopathic dispensaries in United States

Tabernacle Free Dispensary, Denver, Col. Incorporated 1884. Opened to patients 1893. Executive officer, Grant S. Peck, M. D., 1322 Stout Street, Denver, Col. Number of patients treated during the past year, 1,356; number of prescriptions given the past year, 3,552; number of outside visits made during the past year, 228. Delegate, Grant S. Peck, M. D.
 Denver Homoeopathic College Dispensary, Denver, Col. Opened for patients 1905. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Horace T. Dodge, M. D., 25 Jacobson Building, Denver, Col. Number of patients treated during the past year, ; number of prescriptions given the past year, ?. Number of outside visits made the past year, . Delegate, D. A. Strickler, M. D.
 District of Columbia.
 National Homoeopathic Hospital Dispensary, Washington, D. C. Incorporated 1881. Opened for patients 1881. Executive officer, Mary Alice Brosius, M. D., 1334 Massachusetts Avenue, N. W., Washington, D. C. Number of new patients treated during the last year, 4,926; number of prescriptions given, 15,360. The full account of work done was as follows: Medical cases, 6,748; surgical cases, 18,612; surgical operations, 4,078; prescriptions, 9,478. Patients are now required to pay, at least, ten cents for medicine, or if not able to pay, must bring a certificate from the Board of Charities or a physician stating their inability to pay. They are given medicine the first visit if not able to pay, but must have the certificate before receiving medicine a second time. In this way we hope to make the dispensary self-paying. Delegate, William R. King, M. D.
 Delaware.
 Dispensary of Homoeopathic Hospital of Delaware, Wilmington, Del. Incorporated 1889. Opened for patients 1888. Executive officer, Mrs. Martin Lane, 519 West Street, Wilmington, Del. Number of patients treated during the last year, 823; number of prescriptions given last year, 1,557. Delegate, C. H. Hughes, M. D.
 Hahnemann Medical College Free Dispensary, 2813-2815 Cottage Grove Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Incorporated 1855. Opened for patients 1885. Executive officer, George F. Shears, M. D., 2811 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Number of patients treated during the past year, 10,320; number of prescriptions given the last year, 15,783; number of outside visits made during the last year, 3,767. Delegate, George F. Shears, M. D.
 Dispensary of Hering Medical College, 350 Wood Street, Chicago, Ill. Incorporated 1892. Opened for patients 1892. Number of patients treated during the past year, 3,621; number of prescriptions given during the last year, 5,827; number of outside visits made during the last year, 2,211. Delegates, Henry C. Allen, M. D.
 Clinic of Hope M. E. Church, Fourteenth Street and Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Incorporated 1900. Opened for patients 1900. Secretary, W. W. Willoughby, M. D., Chicago, Ill. Number of patients treated during the last year, 320; number of prescriptions given last year, 458; number of outside visits made during the last year, 385. Delegate, Christine Bergolth, M. D.
 Kirk Medical Dispensary of Chicago, Ill. Executive officer, Henry H. Depew, 108 Clark Street, Chicago, Ill. This is a private and not a charitable dispensary.
 National Emergency Free Dispensary of Chicago, Ill. Located at 533 Wells Street, Chicago, Ill. Incorporated 1891. Executive officer, Paul Burmaster, M. D., 441 Dearborn Avenue, Chicago, Ill. No report has been received from this dispensary this year.
 Iowa.
 City Free Dispensary of Council Bluffs, Ia., 217 Fourth Street, Council Bluffs, Ia. Opened for patients 1882. Not incorporated. Secretary, Miss Jennie Grattan, 217 Fourth Street, Council Bluffs, Ia. Number of patients treated during the past year, 46; number of prescriptions given during the past year, 174; number of outside visits made during the last year, 10. Delegate, P. J. Montgomery, M. D.
 Kentucky.
 Free Dispensary of South-Eastern College, Louisville, Ky. Incorporated 1892. Opened for patients 1893. Executive officer, H. M. Clendenin, M. D., Louisville, Ky. No report has been received from this dispensary this year.
 Louisiana.
 Homoeopathic Hospital and Dispensary Association, 1302 Canal Street, New Orleans, La. Opened for patients 1906. Not incorporated. Secretary, Edward Harper, M. D., 718-719 Macheca Building, New Orleans, La. Number of patients treated during the last year, 529; number of prescriptions given the last year, 614.
 Maryland.
 Maryland Homoeopathic Hospital and Free Dispensary, 1122 N. Mount Street, Md. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1890. Secretary, H. G. Jones, M. D., Lafayette Avenue, Baltimore, Md. Number of patients treated during the last year, 2,578; number of prescriptions given last year, 5,150; outside visits, 2,748.
 St. Luke’s Hospital Dispensary, 116-118 West North Avenue, Baltimore, Md. Incorporated 1905. Opened for patients 1906. Executive officer, Barrett C. Catlin, M. D., 1404 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Md. Number of patients treated during the past year, 836; number of prescriptions given during the last year, 2,721.
 Southern Homoeopathic College Dispensary, Baltimore, Md. Incorporated 1901. Open for patients 1901. Secretary, Frederick F. Hesser, M. D., 1235 North Patterson Park Avenue, Baltimore, Md. No report has been received from this dispensary this year.
 Atlantic Medical College Dispensary, 1140 N. Mount Street, Baltimore, Md. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1890. Secretary, Philip B. Towler, M. D., 1514 Webster Street, Baltimore, Md. Number of patients treated last year, 3,448; number of prescriptions given last year, 3,750; number of outside visits last year, 624.
 Massachusetts.
 Out-Door Patient Department of Massachusetts Homoeopathic Hospital, East Concord Street, Boston, Mass. Number of patients treated during the past year, 10,530; number of prescriptions made during the past year, 37,706; number of outside visits made last year, 11,930. Executive officer, William O. Mann, M. D., East Concord Street, Boston, Mass.
 Roxbury Homoeopathic Dispensary, Roxbury, Mass. Incorporated 1887. Opened for patients 1887. Secretary, Edward S. Calderwood, M. D., 224 Warren Street, Roxbury, Mass. Number of prescriptions given last year, 6,465.
 Worcester Homoeopathic Dispensary Association, Worcester, Mass. Not opened this year.
 Medical Mission, Boston, Mass. Incorporated 1887. Opened for patients 1887. Number of patients treated last year, 6,465.
 Michigan.
 Free Dispensary of Detroit Medical College, Detroit, Mich. Opened for patients 1902. Not incorporated. Secretary, Mrs. S. S. Babcock, 163 Merrick Avenue, Detroit, Mich. Number of patients treated during the last year, 2,560. No record kept of outside visits. 40 obstetrical cases cared for.
 Minnesota.
 University Free Dispensary, Minneapolis, Minn. Opened for patients 1888. Not incorporated. Secretary, Henry H. Leavitt, M. D., Donaldson Building, Minneapolis, Minn. Delegate, Henry H. Leavitt, M. D. Discontinued by Board of Regents, University of Minnesota, after State Legislature had appropriated $55,000 for new college building.
 St. Louis Children’s Homoeopathic Dispensary, 400 South Jefferson Avenue, St. Louis, Mo. Opened for patients 1873. Secretary, Charles H. Goodman, M. D., 4500 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Number of patients treated during the past year, 1,571; number of prescriptions given the last year, 3,794.
 New Jersey.
 West Jersey Homoeopathic Dispensary and Hospital, Camden, N. J. Opened for patients 1887. Incorporated 1894. Secretary, Charles F. Hadley, M. D., 3320 Federal Street, Camden, N. J. Number of patients treated during the past year, 15,240; number of prescriptions given, 15,240; number of outside visits made during the last year, 1,854. Delegate, Charles F. Hadley, M. D.
 East Orange Dispensary, East Orange, N. J. Incorporated 1883. Opened for patients 1883. Secretary, Miss Laura M. Lindsley, 115 Washington Street, East Orange, N. J. Number of patients treated during the last year, 1,031; number of prescriptions given last year, 1,031.
 Newark Homoeopathic Dispensary, 48 Belmont Avenue, Newark, N. J. Opened for patients 1908. Not incorporated. Secretary, Carl Hermann Wintsch, M. D., 188 Fairmount Avenue, Newark, N. J. Number of patients treated during the last year, 384; number of prescriptions given out during the year, 713; number of outside visits made, 10.
 Presbyterian Dispensary of the Homoeopathic Hospital of Essex County, 209 Spruce Street, Newark, N. J. Opened for patients 1906. Secretary, Carl Hermann Wintsch, 188 Fairmount Avenue, Newark, N. J. Number of patients treated during the past year, 360; number of prescriptions given during the past year, 507; number of outside visits made during the year, 10.
 William McKinley Memorial Dispensary, Trenton, N. J. Incorporated 1892. Opened for patients 1887. Secretary, Walter F. Smith, 208 Spring Street, Trenton, N. J. Number of patients treated last year, 5,979; number of prescriptions given last year, 3,010.
 New York.
 Homoeopathic Hospital and Dispensary of Albany, N. Y., 135 North Pearl Street, Albany, N. Y. Incorporated 1875. Opened for patients 1867. Secretary, James W. Cox, Madison and Quail Street, Albany, N. Y. No report has been received from this dispensary this year.
 Brooklyn E. D. Homoeopathic Dispensary, 194 South Third Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Incorporated 1872. Opened for patients 1872. We have received no report from this dispensary this year. As reported last year the Secretary was, Herbert J. Knapp, M. D., 287 South Fifth Street, Brooklyn, N. Y.
 Central Homoeopathic Dispensary, 15 Columbus Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Incorporated 1883. Secretary, Anna M. Ritch, M. D., 711 Putnam Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. We have received no report from this dispensary this year.
 Gates Avenue Homoeopathic Dispensary, 13 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Incorporated 1867. Opened for patients 1867. Secretary, D. R. Aldridge, M. D., 32 Burling Slip, New York, N. Y. Number of patients treated during the last year, 162; number of prescriptions given last year, 6,656; number of outside visits made during the last year, 310; total number of treatments, 7,605; minor surgical operations, 638.
 Memorial Dispensary for Women and Children, 811 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Incorporated 1881. Opened for patients 1881. Secretary Mary L. Lines, M. D., 285 Washington Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of patients treated during the last year, 1,117; number of prescriptions given the last year, 3,622; number of outside visits made during the last year, 331. Delegate, Mary L. Lines, M. D.
 Cumberland Street Hospital and Dispensary, 105-111 Cumberland Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Incorporated 1902. Opened for patients 1902. Superintendent, Mortimer D. Jones, M. D., Cumberland Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of patients treated during the past year, 16,231; number of prescriptions given the last year, 13,223. Operated under the supervision of the Commissioner of Public Charities.
 New York Homoeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital Dispensary, 429 East Sixty-third Street, New York, N. Y. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1890. Secretary, Hon. George W. Clarke, 10 East One Hundred and Thirtieth Street, New York, N. Y. Number of patients treated during the last year, 8,582; number of prescriptions given last year, 12,797; number of outside visits made during last year 9,568.
 New York Ophthalmic Hospital Dispensary, 201 East Twenty-third Street, New York, N. Y. Incorporated 1852. Opened for patients 1852. Secretary, James W. Arthur, 111 Liberty Street, New York, N. Y. Number of patients treated during the last year, 16,605; number of prescriptions given last year, 65,436. Delegate, John B. Palmer, M. D.
 Dispensary of the New York College for Women, 19 West One Hundred and First Street, New York, N. Y. Incorporated 1863. Opened 1863. Secretary, Gertrude Van de Marls, M. D. Number of patients treated the last year, 1 290; number of prescriptions given, 1,000. Delegate, Sophie B. Shield, M. D.
 Rochester Homoeopathic Hospital Free Dispensary, 224 Alexander Street, Rochester, N. Y. Incorporated 1891. Opened for patients 1891. Secretary, Granger A. Hollister, 375 East Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. Number of patients treated during the past year, 1,071; number of prescriptions given last year, 3,262; outside visits made last year by district nurse, 3,356.
 White Plains Homoeopathic Free Dispensary, White Plains, N. Y. Organized 1907. Executive officer, John H. Demarest, M. D., Ridgeview Avenue, White Plains, N. Y. “We are still looking for a suitable room in which to meet, but have, as yet, been unable to find one.”
 OHIO.
 Free Dispensary of the Ohio Hospital for Children, 549 West Seventh Street, Cincinnati, O. Incorporated 1881. Opened for patients 1881. Secretary, Florence M. Pollock, M. D., 720 W. Seventh Street, Cincinnati, O. Number of patients treated during the last year, 211; number of prescriptions given, 211. Delegate, Florence M. Pollock, M. D.
 Homoeopathic Free Dispensary, Cincinnati, O. Opened for patients 1867. Not incorporated. Secretary, Charles E. Walton, M. D., Eighth and Johns Streets, Cincinnati, O. Number of patients treated during the last year,  –  –  number of prescriptions given during the year, 13,416; number of outside visits made during the last year, 3,432. Delegate, Charles E. Walton, M. D.
 Free Medical and Surgical Dispensary for Women and Children, Central Friendly Inn, Broadway and Central Avenues, Cleveland, O. Incorporated 1901. Opened for patients 1878. Secretary, Elizabeth Murray, M. D., 232 Osborn Street, Cleveland, O. Number of patients treated during the last year, 3,000; number of prescriptions given last year, 12,837; number of outside visits made last year, 800. Delegate, Martha A. Canfield, M. D.
 Good Samaritan Dispensary, 704 Huron Road, Cleveland, O. Not incorporated. Secretary, Joseph A. Lytle, M. D., 610 Rose Building, Cleveland, O. Number of patients treated during the last year average from 20 to 30 per day. Delegate, Joseph A. Lytle, M. D.
 PENNSYLVANIA.
 Children’s Homoeopathic Dispensary, Franklin and Thompson Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1877. Opened for patients 1877. Secretary, Walter Strong, M. D. Number of patients treated last year, 26,831; number of prescriptions given last year, 11,487; number of outside visits made during last year, 288.
 Hahnemann Medical College Dispensary, Broad Street, above Grace Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1848. Opened for patients, 1848. No report has been received from this dispensary this year.
 St. Luke’s Homoeopathic Hospital Dispensary, Fifteenth and Wingohocking Streets, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1896. Opened for patients 1896. Executive officer, Thomas H. Carmichael, M. D., 7127 Germantown Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of patients treated during the last year, 10,157; number of prescriptions given the last year, 9,852. Delegate, Thomas H. Carmichael, M. D.
 Mt. Washington Homoeopathic Dispensary, Shiloh Street, Pittsburgh, Pa. Opened for patients April 30, 1909. Secretary, J. E. Flinn, M. D., Southern Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. This is a new dispensary, under the care of Drs. Leon M. Thurston, J. E. Flinn, F. W. Koons, and C. A. Ley.
 Dispensary of the Women’s Homoeopathic Association of Pennsylvania, Medical, Surgical and Maternity Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1882. Opened for patients 1884. Secretary, Mrs. A. P. Skinner, Provident Building, Philadelphia, Pa. We have been unable to obtain a report from this dispensary this year.
 Women’s Southern Homoeopathic Dispensary, Philadelphia, Pa. Incorporated 1896. Opened for patients 1896. Secretary, Miss Annie M. Miller, 1911 Mount Vernon Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of patients treated last year, 851; number of prescriptions given last year, 2,352; number of outside visits last year, 1,145.
 Reading Homoeopathic Dispensary, Reading, Pa. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1887. Secretary, Henry F. Schantz, M. D., 402 North Fifth Street, Reading, Pa. Number of patients treated last year, 3,498; number of prescriptions given last year, 8,842. Delegate, Margaret Hassler Schantz, M. D.
 Dispensary of the Homoeopathic Hospital of Pittsburgh, 402 Second Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa. Incorporated 1866. Opened for patients 1866. Executive officer, J. F. Speer, Superintendent. General department, number of patients treated, 11,827; eye and ear department, 4,609; total treated, 16,436. Delegate, J. B. McClelland, M. D.
 West Philadelphia Homoeopathic Dispensary. Incorporated 1905. Opened for patients 1905. Secretary, Wm. M. Hillegas, M. D., 1001 Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of patients last year, 10,059; number of prescriptions last year, 10,059. 

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