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

Homoeopathicsanatoria Homoeopathic sanatoria in United States

Dr. F. H. Bang’s Sanitarium for gynaecological and rectal surgery, San Jose, Cal. Executive officer, Frederick H. Bang, M. D., San Jose, Cal.
 Colorado.
 Nordrach Ranch Sanatorium, Colorado Springs, Col. Incorporated 1903. Opened for patients 1901. Executive officer, John E. White, M. D., Colorado Springs, Col. Number of beds, 155. This institution is for tubercular cases only. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, John E. White, M. D.
 Connecticut.
 “Elmcroft,” Enfield, Conn. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1890. Executive officer, Edward Smith Vail, M. D., Thompsonville, Conn. Number of beds, 27. This institution is for the treatment of alcoholic, nervous and insane cases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Edward Smith Vail, M. D.
 Dr. E. L. Style’s Hospital, New Britain, Conn. Opened for patients 1896. Incorporated 1896. Executive officer, Waterman Lyon, M. D., New Britain, Conn. Number of beds, 25; number of patients treated last year, 453. This institution is for the treatment of nervous and alcoholic cases only, no insane cases received. Supported by fees of patients.
 Crest View Sanitarium, Greenwich, Conn. Opened for patients 1894. Incorporated 1894. Executive officer, Henry M. Hitchcock, M. D., Greenwich, Conn. Number of beds, 35; number of patients treated last year, 66. This institution is for the treatment of nervous, alcoholic and insane cases. Supported by pay of patients.
 Dr. Wadsworth’s Sanitarium, South Norwalk, Conn. Opened for patients 1904. Executive officer, Alvin D. Wadsworth, M. D., South Norwalk, Conn . Number of beds, 25; number of patients treated during the last year, about 30. This institution is for the care and treatment of alcoholic, nervous and insane cases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Alvin D. Wadsworth, M. D. This institution is for the treatment of select cases, who desire the personal attention of a physician. A new building will be finished in September for 10 mild mental cases.
 Dr. Givens’ Sanitarium, Stamford, Conn. Opened for patients 1891. Executive officer, Amos J. Givens, M. D., Stamford, Conn. Number of beds, 250. This institution is for the treatment of alcoholic, nervous and mildly insane.
 Dr. Barnes’ Sanitarium. Stamford, Conn. Incorporated 1894. Opened for patients 1894. Executive officer, Frank H. Barnes, M. D., Stamford, Conn. Number of beds, 75; number of patients treated during the last year, 160. This institution is for the treatment of alcoholic, nervous and insane patients. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Frank H. Barnes, M. D.
 Illinois.
 Skiles’ Orificial Sanitarium, 963 West Monroe Street, Ill. Opened for patients 1894. Executive officer, Hugh P. Skiles, M. D., 963 West Monroe Street, Chicago, Ill.
 Garfield Park Sanitarium, Chicago, Ill, 3813 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, Ill, Incorporated 1803. Opened for patients 1893. Executive officer, H. P. Skiles, M. D. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated last year, 500. All classes of cases treated. Sources of incomes are from patients alone. Delegate, H. P. Skiles, M. D.
 Buffalo Rock Tent Villa, Ottawa, Ill. Opened for patients 1908. Executive officer, Joseph P. Cobb, M. D. This institution is for the care and treatment of all kinds of chronic diseases, including convalescents, from acute diseases, and habitués. Tubercular patients in the incipiency of the disease only will be received. Delegate, Joseph P. Cobb, M. D. Sources of income are farm and dairy products and pay of patients.
 Maryland.
 Carroll Springs Sanitarium, Forest Glen, Md. Incorporated 1886. Opened for patients 1886. Executive officer, George H. Wright, M. D., Forest Glen, Md. Number of beds, 40; number of patients treated during the last year, 120. This institution is for the treatment of general, nervous and maternity cases; alcoholic and insane cases not received. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, George H. Wright, M. D.
 Brewster-Park Hotel, Sanitarium, Laurel, Md. Opened for patients 1893. Executive officer, Flora A. Brewster, M. D., Laurel, Md. Number of beds, 30. Supported by pay of patients.
 Massachusetts.
 Dr. Douglass’ Sanatorium, 321 Centre Street, Dorchester, Mass. Opened for patients 1903. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Charles J. Douglass, M. D., 321 Centre Street, Dorchester, Mass. Number of beds, 20. This institution is for the treatment of nervous, insane and alcoholic cases, as well as those addicted to the morphine habit, the latter of which is treated by what we style the “Narcotic Treatment.” Supported by pay of patients.
 Framingham Nervine, Framingham, Mass. Opened for patients 1896. Not incorporated. Number of beds, 18; number of patients treated during the last year, 33. This institution is for nervous and mild mental cases. No disturbing patients received. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Ellen M. Keith, M. D.
 Arlington Health Resort, Arlington Heights, Mass. Opened for patients 1904. Number of beds, 12; number of patients treated last year, 35. This is a private institution in which nervous and mild mental patients and those addicted to drugs are received. Delegate, Arthur H. King. M. D., 223 Park Avenue, Arlington Heights, Mass.
 Bussells’ Home, Springfield, Mass. Opened for patients 1890. Number of beds, 12. This is a private institution in which all classes of cases except contagious ones, are treated.
 Highland Hall, Newton Highlands, Mass. Opened for patients 1894. Number of beds, 10. This is a private institution for nervous patients only.
 Reeve’ Nervine, West Medford, Mass. Opened for patients 1903. Number of beds, 6. This is a private hospital for nervous and mental patients only.
 Greystone Towers Sanatorium, West Bridgewater, Mass. Opened for patients 1905. Number of beds, 10. This is a private hospital for nervous and chronic patients.
 Woodside Cottage, Framingham, Mass. Opened for patients 1900. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Frank W. Patch, M. D., Woodside Cottage. Framingham, Mass. Number of beds, 15; number of patients treated during the past year, 63. This institution is for the treatment of nervous and chronic diseases. Supported by pay of patients.
 Newton Sanatorium, West Newton, Mass. Opened for patients 1900. Not incorporated. Number of beds, 10. Executive officer, N. Emmons Paine, M. D., West Newton, Mass. This institution is for the treatment of nervous diseases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, N. Emmons Paine, M. D.
 Newton Nervine, West Newton, Mass. Opened for patients 1892. Not incorporated. Number of beds, 15. This institution consists of three buildings, accommodating 15 patients, and is for nervous and mild mental cases only; violent insane patients are not received. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, N. Emmons Paine, M. D.
 Locust Grove Sanitarium, Sandwich, Mass. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1895. Superintendent, Alice R., Cook, Sandwich, Mass. Number of beds, 6; number of patients treated during the past year, 6. This institution is for the treatment of the nervous and insane. Supported by pay of patients.
 Buscall’s Home, Springfield, Mass. Opened for patients 1891. Executive officer, Isaac Buscall. M. D., 235 Pine Street, Springfield, Mass. Number of beds, 12; number of patients treated during the past year, 42. Supported by fees of patients. This is a sanatorium for the treatment of all classes of cases except the insane.
 Wellesley Nervine, Wellesley, Mass. Opened for patients 1897. Incorporated 1897. Executive officer, Edwin H. Wiswall, M. D., Wellesley, Mass. Number of beds, 25; number of patients treated during the past year, 61. This institution is for the treatment of nervous, alcoholic and insane patients. Supported by pay from private patients.
 Michigan.
 Andrew B. Spinney Sanitarium Co., Smyrna, Mich. Secretary and manager, Jennie M. J. Spinney, Smyrna, Mich. Number of beds, 34; number of patients treated last year, 200. This institution is for the treatment of all chronic cases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Andrew B. Spinney, M. D. “Had a good sanitarium at Belding, but was burned out. This one was opened in its place. Have the finest and best location I have ever had. In the spring I expect to open a consumptive home on the old site.”
 Minnesota.
 The Lawrence Sanitarium, Minneapolis, Minn. Incorporated 1908. Opened for patients 1890. Executive officer, H. M. Lawrence, M. D., 820 East Seventeenth Street Minneapolis, Minn. Number of beds, 60; number of patients treated during the last year, 485. Supported by pay of patients. For the treatment of all classes of diseases except maternity and insane.
 Montana.
 Kellogg Sanitarium, Helena, Mont. Incorporated 1895. Opened to patients 1895. Executive officer, Edwin S. Kellogg, M. D., Helena, Mont. Number of beds, 17; number of patients treated last year, 496. This institution is for the treatment of all classes of medical and surgical cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by pay of patients.
 Nebraska.
 “Green Gables.” The Benjamin F. Bailey Sanatorium, Lincoln, Neb. Incorporated 1901. Opened for patients 1901. Executive officer, Benjamin F. Bailey, M. D., 141 South Twelfth Street, Lincoln, Neb. Number of beds, 75; number treated during the past year, 305. This institution is for the treatment of all medical and surgical cases, with a special department for nervous, alcoholic and insane patients. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Benjamin F. Bailey, M. D.
 New Jersey.
 Hahnemann Hall Sanatorium, 1809 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, N. J. Incorporated 1906. Opened for patients 1908. Executive officer, Alfred W. Baily, M. D., Hahnemann Hall, Atlantic City, N. J. Number of beds, 25. This sanatorium is for the treatment of general medical cases; surgical, maternity, alcoholic, nervous and insane cases not received. Supported by pay of patients.
 Oak Hill Sanitarium, Caldwell, N. J. Incorporated 1899. Opened for patients 1899. Executive officer, David Moulton Gardner, M. D. Number of beds, 25. This institution is for nervous, insane, alcoholic and those addicted to drug habits. Supported by pay patients. Delegate, David Moulton Gardner, M. D.
 Brookside Retreat, Plainfield, N. J. Opened for patients 1889. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Justus H. Cooley, M. D., Plainfield, N. J. Delegate, Justus H. Cooley, M. D. Now operated as part of Plainfield Sanitarium.
 Plainfield Sanitarium, Plainfield, N. J. Opened for patients 1889. Executive officer, Justus H. Cooley, M. D., 122 Westervelt Avenue, Plainfield, N. J. Number of beds, 60; number of patients, 130. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Justus H. Cooley, M. D.
 New York.
 Muncie Seaside Sanitarium, Babylon, N. Y. Opened for patients 1895. Not incorporated. Executive officer, A. E. Muncie, 119 Macon Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 100; number of patients treated during the last year, 424. This institution is for the treatment of all medical and surgical cases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Libbie H. Muncie, M. D.
 Corwin Sanitarium, Binghamton, N. Y. Executive officer, Elizabeth Corwin, M. D. 104 Main Street, Binghamton, N. Y. This institution is for all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by pay of patients. No report has been received from this institution this year.
 The Bethesda Sanitarium, 952-954 St. Mark’s Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Incorporated 1894. Opened for patients 1894. Executive officer, Kate B. Longworth, Bethesda Sanitarium, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 40; number of patients treated during the last year, 57. “This institution is for the treatment of all general medical cases including alcoholic, nervous and epileptic. Surgical, maternity and insane patients not received. Supported by pay of patients and dues of members of Board of Managers. Our patients usually remain during their lives, being chronic cases. We receive no money from state or city.”
 Muncie Sanitarium, 119 Macon Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Opened for patients 1895. Not incorporated Executive officer, Edward H. Muncie, 119 Macon Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 30; number of patients treated during the past year, 391. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate. Elizabeth H. Muncie, M. D.
 The Willis Sanitarium, 327 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn, N. Y. Opened for patients 1895. Superintendent, Miss E. E. Ward, 327 Ocean Parkway. Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 25. We have received no report from this institution this year.
 Interpines Sanatorium, Goshen, N. Y. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1890. Executive officer, Frederick W. Seward, M. D., Goshen, N Y. Number of beds, 56; number of patients treated during the past year, 97. This institution is for the alcoholic, drug, insane and nervous cases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Frederick W. Seward, M. D.
 Ayres Homoeopathic Sanitarium, Saratoga, N. Y. Opened for patients 1888. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Emma F. M. Ayres, M. D. 68 Philadelphia Street, Saratoga, N. Y. Number of beds, 8; number of patients, 100.
 Eden Home, Bay Ridge Park, N. Y. Opened for patients 1901. Not incorporated. Executive officer, S. Eden, M. D. Number of beds, 20; number of patients treated during the past year, 200. This hospital treated general and maternity cases. Alcoholic and insane cases not received. Delegate, Samuel Eden, M. D. Supported by pay of patients.
 Ohio.
 The University Sanitarium, 1948 One Hundred and First Street, N. E., Cleveland, O. Opened for patients 1903. Not incorporated. Executive officer, O. A. Palmer, M. D., 1948 East One Hundred and First Street, N. E., Cleveland, O. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated, 160. This hospital is for the treatment of general, medical, surgical, maternity and nervous cases. Alcoholic and insane cases not received. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, O. A. Palmer, M. D.
 Parkview Sanitarium, Columbus, O. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1895. Executive officer, Charles E. Sawyer, M. D., Marion, O. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated during the past year,  – . Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Charles E. Sawyer, M. D. Sold October 1, 1909.
 Dr. C. E. Sawyer Sanitarium, Marion, O. Executive officer, Charles E. Sawyer, M. D., Marion, O. Number of beds, 100; number of patients treated during the last year, 1,000. This institution is for the treatment of general, medical, maternity, surgical and nervous cases. Alcoholic and insane cases not received. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Charles E. Sawyer, M. D.
 Pennsylvania.
 Easton Sanitarium, Easton, Pa. Incorporated 1895. Opened for patients 1894. Executive officer, C. Spencer Kinney, M. D., Easton, Pa. Number of beds, 36; number of patients treated during the past year. 54. During the past year they record 19 recoveries. This institution is for the care of alcoholic, nervous and insane cases. Supported by pay of patients.
 Grandview Sanitarium, Sellersville, Pa. Opened for patients 1907. Executive officer, James P. Pursell, M. D., Grandview, Sellersville, Pa. Number of beds, 10; number of patients treated during the last year, 22. This institution is for the treatment of general cases, including alcoholic and nervous cases. Surgical, maternity and insane cases not received. Supported by pay of patients.
 The Philadelphia Sanitarium. 1901 Park Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Opened for patients 1898. Executive officer, Elsie D. Yale, M. D., 1901 Park Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of beds, 10. Supported by fees of patients. This is a private hospital where patients can be sent and be under the care of their own physicians if they so desire it. The institution has just been equipped with X-ray, vibrators, lights, etc. Alcoholic and insane cases not received.
 The Walter Sanitarium, Walter’s Park, Pa. Incorporated 1908. Opened for patients 1876. Executive officer, Robert Walter, M. D., Walter’s Park, Pa. Number of beds, 140; number of patients treated during the past year, about 1,000. This institution is for the treatment of general cases including nervous patients. Supported by pay of patients.
 Virginia.
 The Allegheny Sanitarium, Goshen, Va. We have been unable to obtain a report from this institution this year.
 Vermont.
 The Sparhawk Sanitarium, Burlington, Vt. Opened for patients 1887. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Sam Sparhawk, M. D., Burlington, Vt. Number of beds, 30. This institution is for the treatment of all medical and surgical cases. Supported by fees of patients. Delegate, Sam Sparhawk, M. D.
 Wisconsin.
 Pennoyer Sanatorium, Kenosha, Wis. Opened for patients 1857. Incorporated 1889. Executive officer, Nelson A. Pennoyer, Kenosha, Wis. G. F. Adams, manager. This is for the treatment of all classes of diseases except the insane. Number of beds, 100. Supported by fees of patients. Delegate, Nelson A. Pennoyer, M. D. 

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