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|Statement||by Charles J. Cullingworth|
|Contributions||Royal College of Surgeons of England|
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Download Report of the in-patient department for diseases of women for the year 1891
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Also in that year, the Board of Public Charities was abolished and the Department of Public Welfare was created to administer all state hospitals. Up untilcertain administrative responsibilities, such as the selection of the hospital superintendent and the enactment of rules and regulations governing the hospital, were vested in the.
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These were: 1) To "prevent or avert" everything which may tend to injure the public health including lack of sanitation, bad water, unwholesome food, malnutrition, vice, drunkenness, ignorant pretenders of the practice of medicine and of midwifery, uncontrolled sale of harmful drugs, and diseases of cattle; 2) to ensure that the diseases of the.
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The Statistical Year Book. The out-patient department, with a few beds for emergencies, will be maintained in the poor district of Kentish Town formerly served by the North-West London Hospital, while the in-patient department of the combined institutions is situated upon the higher ground of Hampstead.
Associated with the in-patient department was a dispensary catering for a large number of out-patients. Admission to the hospital was by payment of from 3 s. 6 d. to 7 s. a week. Towards the end of the century a private nursing department with a matron and one nurse was founded.
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All DHBs plan and provide. The New Hospital for Women grew out of the foundation of St Mary's Dispensary in From the outset, the Dispensary had a dual purpose, combining philanthropy with solid practical support for women doctors, who were exclusively to form the working medical by: 5.
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