A Directory of Institutions and Societies Dealing with Tuberculosis in the United States and Canada

A Directory of Institutions and Societies Dealing with Tuberculosis in the United States and Canada

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ...or out of doors. It has been the aim to give work to graduate patients, who, being unable toremain longer as patients, are thus enabled to prolong their life under sanatorium conditions, and at the same time become self-supporting. A small poultry-breeding plant has been started, and it is proposed to keep pigs and start a vegetable garden as soon as funds are available. Application should be made to S. Robertson, Secretary, National Sanitarium Association, Mail Building, Toronto. TORONTO FREE HosPITAL FOR CoNsU1vIPTIvE 'PooR, four miles from Toronto, on the V/eston Trolley Road (September, 1904): Especially for advanced cases, but patients in earlier stages will not be refused. Capacity: 50 at present; to be increased to 100. There is no charge for patients who cannot afford to pay. Resident Physician: Dr. Allan Adams, B. A. Forty acres of wooded land on the bank of the Humber River are the site of this new hospital. The management is in the hands of a Trust Board, of which the chairman is Mr. W. J. Gage, to whom the National Sanitarium Association, with its two Muskoka institutions, largely owes its existence and growth. The buildings include an administration building, pavilions, and roofed tents. It will be supported mainly by voluntary contributions. Application should be made to J. S. Robertson, Secretary to Trust, Mail Building, Toronto. QUEBEC. _ A PRQVINCIAL SANATORIUM, for early cases only, is projected. A grant of 500 acres of land, in Trembling Mountain Park, has been made by the Government to the Montreal League, for the erection of the necessary buildings. The Park of which this land is a part is a natural preserve of 100,000 acres, enclosing many lakes and mountains. The site of the projected sanatorium is at the entrance...
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236968609