– American Institute of Homoeopathy, 65, 1910,
 Illinois.

homeopathicschools Private and special hospitals in which both schools of practice are allowed

 St. Joseph’s Hospital, Joliet, Ill. We have received no report from this hospital for the last three years.
 Kentucky.
 Pattie A. Clay Infirmary, Richmond, Ky. Physicians of both schools of medicine have the privilege of taking patients to this hospital and of taking charge of them so long as they remain there.
 Massachusetts.
 Addison Gilbert Hospital, Gloucester, Mass. Opened for patients 1897. Number of beds, 30; number of patients treated last year, 303.
 Haverhill Hospital, Haverhill, Mass. Opened for patients 1904. Number of beds, 45; number of patients treated last year, 500.
 Jordan Hospital, Plymouth, Mass. Opened for patients 1903. Number of beds, 15; number of patients treated last year, 177.
 Leander M. Haskins Hospital, Rockport, Mass. Opened for patients 1906. Number of beds, 10; number of patients treated last year, 90.
 Melrose Hospital, Melrose, Mass. Opened for patients 1894. Number of beds, 18; number of patients last year, 213.
 Milford Hospital, Milford, Mass. Opened for patients 1903. Number of beds, 18; number of patients treated last year, 270.
 New England Baptist Hospital, Roxbury, Mass. Opened for patients 1893. Number of beds, 53; number of patients treated last year, 448.
 Union Hospital, Lynn, Mass. Opened for patients 1901. Number of beds, 35; number of patients treated last year, 500.
 Waltham Hospital, Waltham, Mass. Opened for patients 1885. Number of beds, 111; number of patients treated last year, 798.
 Wesson Maternity Hospital, Springfield, Mass. Opened for patients 1908. Number of beds, 72. The building and equipment costing $200,000, with an equal amount for endowment, given by Daniel B. Wesson. Homoeopathy and allopathy equally represented on the Board of Management. The staff is composed of six physicians, of whom three are homoeopaths. Chairman of the board, Dr. O. W. Roberts, Springfield, Mass.
 Whidden Memorial Hospital, Everett, Mass. Opened for patients 1897. Number of beds, 15; number of patients treated last year, 188.
 Michigan.
 Union Benevolent Association Hospital, Grand Rapids, Mich. Incorporated 1873. Opened for patients 1877. Superintendent, Ida M. Barrett, Grand Rapids, Mich. Number of beds, 70; number of patients treated last year, 890. This hospital is for the care and treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of insane. Supported by pay of patients, subscriptions and endowment funds. All classes of patients are treated in our hospital, allopathic as well as homoeopathic.
 Borgess Hospital, Kalamazoo, Mich. Incorporated 1889. Opened for patients 1889. Executive officer, Sister M. Elizabeth Vary. Number of beds, 125; number of patients treated last year, 834. Treats all classes of patients. Supported by pay of patients.
 New York.
 Women’s Christian Association Hospital, Jamestown, N. Y. Opened for patients 1887. Incorporated 1887. Executive officer, Mrs. C. C. Wilson, East 5th Street, Jamestown, N. Y. Number of beds, 55; number of patients treated during the past year, 528. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of insane. Supported by donations, pay of patients and one free bed. Both schools of practice are represented upon our medical staff.
 Ohio.
 The Emergency Hospital, 1845 East 55th Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Incorporated 1900. Opened for patients 1900. Executive officer, B. B. Kimmel, M. D., and W. O. Ellsworth, M. D. Number of beds, 14. This hospital is for the care of all classes of patients except the insane. Supported by pay of patients. This is its first year under homoeopathic ownership, in part. Delegate, B. B. Kimmel, M. D., Cleveland, Ohio.
 The Eddy Road Hospital, 523 Eddy Road, Cleveland, Ohio. Not incorporated. Opened for patients 1909. Executive officers, Denver H. Patterson, M. D., Brown Block, Collinwood, Ohio, and W. H. Loomis, M. D. 668 Rose Building, Cleveland, Ohio. Number of beds, 25. This hospital cares for all classes of cases except the insane. It is supported by the pay of patients.
 Glenville Hospital, 701 Parkwood Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Incorporated 1907. Opened for patients 1907. Executive officer, Miss Larsen, Superintendent. Number of beds, 30. A new building is being erected. On the staff of attending physicians are seven homoeopathic physicians. The hospital cares for all classes of cases except the insane.
 Dalrymple Hospital, 1948 East 101st Street, Cleveland, Ohio. Executive officer, Miss Goulder. This is a private hospital in which a number of the surgeons of the homoeopathic school have patients. It has no regular staff, but welcomes physicians of all schools who have patients other than the insane.
 Columbus Homoeopathic Hospital Association. Organized 1899. Incorporated 1899. Annual meeting held in Columbus, Ohio. Hon. D. J. Ryan, President, Columbus, Ohio; Romeo O. Keiser, M. D., Secretary, Columbus, Ohio. This organization is preparing to open a hospital in the near future. Delegate, Dr. W. B. Carpenter.
 Chillicothe Emergency Hospital, Chillicothe, O. Opened for patients 1893. Secretary, R. E. Bower, M .D., Chillicothe, O. Number of beds, 8. This hospital is for the treatment of all medical and surgical emergency cases. Supported by pay of patients and voluntary contributions. Physicians of all schools of practice donate their services for one or two months during each year. We have a new hospital under construction, of thirty beds. It will be completed some time next spring.
 Pennsylvania.
 Logan Square Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of beds, 20. This is a private hospital, and the patients have the privilege of choosing their own physician, without any regard to which school of practice he may belong. 

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