Excerpt from The Presbyterian Hospital in the City of New York: Thirty-Seventh Annual Report, 1905
There has been no change during the past year in the kind or quality of service which the hospital has rendered to the public. AS in former years, by far the greater number who have been treated within its walls belong to the poorer classes, to whom free treatment has necessarily been given, and a very insignifi cant number belong to the great Presbyterian body, including in that term the churches of the Reformed and Congregational denomi nations, upon whom the burden Of support has mainly fallen. Its service, following the announcement of its founder and first President, James Lenox, has been undenominational in every respect, and its wards have been open to the reception of patients irrespective of creed, nationality and color.
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