Mudlavia Sanitarium Kramer, Ind. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1890. Executive officer, R. B. Kramer, M. D., Kramer, Ind. Number of beds, 200; number of patients last year, 3,000. This institution is for the treatment of general medical and surgical cases, with the exception of maternity and insane. Supported by fees of patients. Both schools of medicine are represented on the medical staff. Delegate, R. B. Kramer, M. D.
Massachusetts State Sanatorium, Rutland, Mass. Opened for patients 1898. Incorporated 1895. Executive officer, John P. Rand, M. D., Worcester, Mass. Number of beds, 350; number of patients treated last year, 810. This sanitarium is for the care and treatment of incipient consumptives. Supported by state appropriation and fees of patients. Herbert C Clapp, M. D., is the consulting homoeopathic physician. One-third of the patients are under homoeopathic treatment.
Galen Hall, Atlantic City, N. J. Opened for patients 1894. Incorporated 1900. This institution is for the treatment of general, medical, surgical and nervous cases. Executive officer, William T. Moore, M. D., Galen Hall, Atlantic City, N. J. 200 rooms for guests and patients.
Elliott Sanitarium, Kansas City, Mo. Opened for patients 1909. Incorporated 1909. Executive officer, Charles S. Elliott, M. D., 1103 Main Street, Kansas City, Mo. This institution is for the treatment of nervous and mild mental diseases, and various forms of cancer and glandular affections. Number of beds, 35. Treated this year, 18.