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

homeohospitalus Special and private homoeopathic hospitals in United States

Keeley Institute, Hot Springs, Ark. Opened for patients 1891. Manager, Robert J. Huntington, Hot Springs, Ark. Number of beds, 14. This institute is for the treatment of alcoholic patients and those who are suffering from drug poisoning.
 California.
 Southern California State Hospital, Patton, Cal. Opened for patients 1896. Number of beds, 1,200. This hospital is for the treatment of the insane only. Supported by State appropriation. Executive officer, E. Scott Blair, M. D., medical superintendent.
 Sutter Heights Hospital, Sacramento, Cal. After death of its executive officer, Dr. Pliny R. Watts, this hospital was sold to Miss Mabel Wilson, its former superintendent. It is to be run as a general hospital, open to all schools.
 Connecticut.
 Norwich State Hospital for the Insane, Norwich, Conn. Incorporated 1904. Opened for patients 1904. Superintendent, Henry M. Pollock, M. D., Norwich, Conn. Number of beds, 400. This hospital is for the treatment of the insane only. No report has been received from this hospital this year. Supported by State appropriation and pay of patients.
 Illinois.
 The Kelso Sanitarium and Hospital, Bloomington, Ill. Executive officer, George B. Kelso, Bloomington, Ill. Number of beds, 30; number of patients treated during the last year, 400. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by pay of patients. This is a private hospital, but open to other physicians.
 Banning Orthopedic Institute, 6265 Jefferson Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Executive officer, Edward P. Banning, M. D., 6265 Jefferson Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Number of beds, 3; number of patients treated during the year, 213. This institution treats nervous, orthopedic and spinal cases. Supported by pay of patients.
 Streeter’s Hospital, 2646 Calumet Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Incorporated 1888. Opened for patients 1888. Executive officer, L. Harvey, 2646 Calumet Avenue, Chicago, Ill. Number of beds, 35. Supported by pay of patients.
 Illinois Central Hospital for the Insane, Elgin, Ill. Incorporated 1869. Opened for patients 1872. Superintendent, V. H. Podstate, M. D., Elgin, Ill. Number of beds, 1,280; number of patients treated during the past year, 1,657. This hospital is for the care and treatment of the insane only. Supported by state appropriations.
 Illinois Western Hospital for the Insane, Watertown, Ill. Incorporated 1897. Opened for patients 1898. Superintendent, W. F. Taylor, M. D., Watertown, Ill. Number of beds, 1,650; number of patients treated during the past year, 1,625. This hospital is for the care and treatment of insane patients only. Supported by state appropriations.
 Indiana.
 The Runnels Surgical Hospital, Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Ind. Incorporated 1890. Opened for patients 1890. Executive officer, Scott C. Runnels, M. D., 522 Illinois Street, Indianapolis, Ind. Number of beds, 20; number of patients treated during the past year, 125. This is a hospital for all classes of surgical cases. Supported by fees of patients. Delegate, Orange S. Runnels, M. D.
 Epworth Hospital, South Bend, Ind. Opened for patients 1894. Incorporated 1901. Executive officer, Mrs. S. McHenry, South Bend, Ind. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated during the last year. 631; number of operations performed during the last year, 389. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of insane. Supported by endowment fund and pay of private patients. Delegate, W. M. Cook, M. D., 206 N. Main Street, South Bend, Ind.
 Kentucky.
 Western Kentucky Insane Asylums Hopkinsville, Ky. Opened for patients 1859. Executive officer, J. W. Stephens, M. D., Hopkinsville, Ky. Number of beds, 1,100; number of patients treated during the past year 1,330. This is a hospital for the treatment of the insane only. Supported by state appropriations.
 Eastern Kentucky Insane Asylum, Lexington, Ky. Incorporated 1817. Opened for patients 1817. Superintendent, R. L. Willis, M. D., Lexington, Ky. Number of beds, 1,045; number of patients treated during the past year, 1,350. This hospital is for the treatment only of alcoholic, nervous and insane cases. Supported by state appropriations and pay of patients.
 Deaconess Home and Hospital, Louisville, Ky. Incorporated 1896. Opened for patients 1896. Executive officer, Miss Anna Katlerhenny, Louisville, Ky. Number of beds, 35; number of patients treated during the last year, 415. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of patients except the alcoholic and insane. Supported by pay of patients and donations.
 Maine.
 Trull Hospital, Biddeford, Me. Incorporated 1903. Opened for patients 1901 Executive officer, J. Frank Trull, M. D., Biddeford, Me. Number of beds, 40; number of patients treated during the past year, 300. This is a hospital for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by pay of patients.
 Massachusetts.
 Burrage Hospital, Bumkin Island, Boston Harbor, Mass. This is a private charity of A. C. Burrage and is open only during the summer. Capacity, 125. Was closed last season.
 Emerson Hospital, Forest Hills, Boston, Mass. Opened for patients 1904. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Nathaniel W. Emerson, M. D., 29 Morton Street, Forest Hills, Mass. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated during the past year, 508. This hospital is for the care and treatment of all general, surgical and maternity cases, with the exception of alcoholic, nervous and insane. Supported by pay of patients.
 Cullis’ Consumptives’ Home, Dorchester Center, Mass. Incorporated 1871. Opened for patients 1864. Executive officer, Reverend E. D. Mallory. Cullis’ Consumptives’ Home, Dorchester, Mass. Number of beds, 40; number of patients treated during the past year, 169. Supported by voluntary contributions.
 Talitha Cumi Maternity Home of the New England Reform Society, 204-206 West Brookline Street, Boston, Mass. Incorporated, 1846. Opened for patients 1836. Executive officer, Julia Morton Plummer, M. D., Sharon, Mass. Number of beds, 30; number of patients treated during the past year, 78. This home is for the care and treatment of maternity cases only. Supported by voluntary contributions and payment from some of the patients. The apparent disproportion between number of beds and number of patients treated is explained by the fact that these young unmarried mothers are received for a waiting period of two months or more. The age of the youngest patient received during the year was twelve years. Number between the ages of 13 and 20 is 40.
 Morse House, Salem, Mass. Opened for patients 1904. Not incorporated. Executive officer, Charles W. Morse, M. D., 98 Washington Square, East Salem, Mass. Number of beds, 10; number of patients treated during the past year, 74. This hospital is for the treatment of surgical cases only. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Charles W. Morse, M. D.
 Westboro Insane Hospital, Westboro, Mass. Incorporated 1884. Opened for patients 1886. Executive officer, George S. Adams, M. D., Box 288, Westboro, Mass. Number of beds, 1,000; number of patients treated during the last year, 1,423. This hospital is for the treatment of nervous, alcoholic and insane patients only. Supported by state appropriation, income from private patients and voluntary contributions. Delegate, George S. Adams, M. D.
 Michigan.
 State Asylum, Ionia, Mich. Incorporated 1883. Opened for patients 1885. Medical superintendent, Oscar R. Long, M. D. Ionia, Mich. Number of beds, 425; number of patients treated during the last year, 417. This hospital is for the care and treatment of insane patients only. Supported by State and county appropriation.
 Minnesota.
 Fergus Falls State Hospital, Fergus Falls, Minn. Incorporated 1897. Opened for patients 1890. Executive officer, George O. Welch, M. D., Fergus Falls, Minn. Number of beds, 1,650; number of patients treated last year, 1 978. This hospital is for the treatment of insane patients only. Supported by legislative appropriation.
 The Maternity Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Incorporated 1887. Opened for patients 1886. Executive officer, Martha G. Ripley, M. D., 40 Tenth Street, South, Minneapolis, Minn. Number of beds, 30; number of patients treated during the last year, 260. This hospital is for the care and treatment of maternity cases and diseases of babies. Supported by pay of patients and donations.
 Cobb Hospital, 2056 Iglehart Street, St. Paul, Minn. Incorporated 1906. Opened for patients 1902. Secretary, Sheridan G. Cobb, M.D. , 366 Prior Avenue, St. Paul, Minn. Number of beds, 18; number of patients treated during the past year, 152. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of diseases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Sheridan G. Cobb, M. D., St. Paul, Minn.
 Montana.
 Doctor Blackburn’s Hospital, Butte, Mont. Opened for patients 1882. Not incorporated. Executive officer, W. V. Kingsbury, M. D., 36 Owsley Block, Butte, Mont. Number of beds, 12; number of patients treated during the last year, 311. This is a hospital for the treatment of medical, surgical and maternity cases. Alcoholic, nervous and insane patients are not received. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, W. V. Kingsbury, M. D.
 New York.
 Prospect Heights Hospital and Brooklyn Maternity and New York State School for Training Nurses. Washington Avenue and St. Johns Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Executive officer, Mrs. Robert Shaw, 298 Carleton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 50; number of patients during the past year, 554. This is a general hospital for the treatment of all medical and surgical cases, with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by pay of patients and voluntary contributions. Delegate, W. W. Blackman, M. D., medical director. This hospital is open to private patients of both schools.
 Brooklyn Nursery and Infants’ Hospital, 399 Herkimer Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Incorporated 1871. Opened for patients 1871. Executive officer, Mrs. Howard L. Higgins, 401 Macon Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Number of beds, 195; number of patients treated last year, 210. Supported by voluntary contributions and pay for admitted children. This is a general hospital for the care and treatment of all classes of cases of children.
 Lexington Heights Hospital, Buffalo, N . Y. Incorporated 1890. Opened to patients 1890. Executive officer, DeWitt G. Wilcox, M. D., 597 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y. Number of beds, 18; number of patients treated during the last year, 176. This hospital is for the care and treatment of surgical cases only. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, DeWitt G. Wilcox, M. D.
 Geneva Hygienic Institute, Geneva, N. Y. Opened to patients 1854. Not incorporated. Executive officer, James C. Knapp, M. D. Number of beds, 80. This institution is for the treatment of nervous diseases only and all forms of chronic diseases, with the exception of those of contagious character. Supported by pay patients. Delegate, James C. Knapp, M. D.
 Gowanda State Hospital, Gowanda, N. Y. Incorporated 1894. Opened for patients 1898. Executive officer, Daniel H. Arthur, Gowanda, N. Y. Number of beds, 922; number of patients treated during the last year, 1,210. This hospital is for the treatment of insane patients only. Supported by state appropriation. Delegate, Daniel H. Arthur, M. D.
 Middletown State Homoeopathic Hospital for the Insane, N. Y. Incorporated 1870. Opened for patients 1874. Executive officer, Maurice C. Ashley, M. D., Middletown, N. Y. Number of beds, 1,758; number of patients treated during the last year, 1,995. Supported by state appropriation, private and reimbursing patients. Delegate, Maurice C. Ashley, M. D. A house for the first Assistant Physician is in course of construction. A nurses’ home has just been completed. A hospital building has been built, containing 100 beds for acute cases. A 20-bed building for contagious cases is now being built. There are ten physicians on the staff.
 New York Ophthalmic Hospital, 201 East Twenty-third Street, New York City. Opened for patients 1852. Incorporated 1852. Secretary, James M. Arthur, III Liberty Street. Number of beds, 80; number of patients treated during the last year, house cases, 1,379; out patients, 16,793. This hospital is for the treatment of the eye, ear and nose cases exclusively. Supported by voluntary contributions and rental of stores under hospital building. Delegate, John B. Palmer, M. D.
 “Glenmary,” Owego, N. Y. Incorporated 1897. Opened for patients 1889. Executive officer, John T. Greenleaf, M. D., Owego, N. Y. Number of beds, 35. This hospital treats only alcoholic and insane cases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, John T. Greenleaf, M. D.
 The Lee Private Hospital, Rochester, N. Y. Incorporated 1898. Opened for patients 1898. Executive officer, John Mallory Lee, M. D., 179 Lake Avenue, Rochester, N. Y. Number of beds, 51; number of patients treated during the last year, 624. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, John M. Lee, M. D.
 Maternity Hospital, 2364 East Fifty-fifth Street, Cleveland, O. Incorporated 1892. Opened for patients 1892. Executive officer, Mrs. H. B. Cody. Norfolk Road, Euclid Heights, Cleveland, O. Number of beds, 30; number of patients treated last year, 206. This hospital is for the treatment of maternity cases only. Supported by pay of patients and donations. Delegate, Hudson D. Bishop, M. D.
 Dorcas Invalids Home for Incurables, Cleveland, O. Incorporated 1862. Opened for patients 1867. Executive officer, Mrs. Gaius J. Jones, 2406 East Fortieth Street, Cleveland, O. Number of beds, 50; number of patients treated during the last year, 66. This hospital is for the care and treatment, mostly, of aged women who are unable to take care of themselves. Supported by endowments, bequests and life membership fees. Delegate, Gaius J. Jones, M. D.
 Dr. Hunt’s Private Hospital, Columbus, O. Opened for patients 1896. Executive officer, Maurice P. Hunt, M. D., 208 East State Street, Columbus, O. Number of beds, 14; number of patients treated during the past year, 142. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of alcoholic and insane. Supported by pay of patients. Delegate, Maurice P. Hunt, M. D.
 Dr. Cole’s Private Hospital, Conneaut, O. Opened for patients 1897. Executive officer, George H. Cole, M. D., 311 Main Street, Conneaut, O. Number of beds, 12; number of patients treated during the last year, 148. This is a general hospital for the cure and treatment of all classes of cases with the exception of the insane.
 Dr. Barnhill’s Private Hospital and Sanitarium, Findlay, O. Opened for patients 1894. Executive officer, Tobias G. Barnhill, M. D., Findlay, O. Number of beds, 20; number of patients treated during the last year, 125. This hospital is for the treatment of all medical and surgical cases with the exception of the insane. Supported by pay of patients. Delegates, Tobias G. Barnhill, M. D.
 Pennsylvania.
 Homoeopathic State Hospital for the Insane, Allentown, Pa. This hospital for the insane is not yet completed and it will be several months before it is ready for occupancy. It will have accommodations for 150 patients.
 F. Lewis Crozer Home for Incurables, Chester, Pa. Incorporated 1898. Open for patients 1899. Superintendent, Miss S. K. Uhl; Medical Director, Robert T. Mercer, M. D., 223 West Third Street, Chester, Pa. Number of beds, 30; number of patients treated last year, 30. Supported by endowment funds. Delegate, Charles W. Perkins, M. D.
 Philadelphia Home for Infants, 4618 Westminster Avenue. Opened for inmates 1873. Incorporated 1873. Executive officer, E. G. Whinna, M. D., 320 N. 41st Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Number of beds, 52; number of patients treated last year, 102. Supported by donations, bequests, state appropriations and board of patients.
 Texas.
 Santa Rosa Infirmary, West Houston Street, San Antonio, Texas. Opened for patients 1869. No report has been received from this infirmary for the past three years. As reported at that time, the executive officer was Sister Calette, San Antonio, Texas.
 Utah.
 Bingham Hospital, Bingham, Utah. Opened for patients 1905. Incorporated 1905. Executive officer, F. E. Straup, Bingham, Utah. Number of beds, 10. This hospital is for the treatment of all classes of cases, with the exception of the nervous, alcoholic and insane. We have been unable to obtain any report from this institution this year. 

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