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MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, 827 Sterling Pl. Private. 25 beds. METHODIST EPISCOPAL HOSPITAL, 6th to 7th Ave. and 7th to 8th Sts. Private. III beds. PROSPECT HEIGHTS HOSpital and BROOKLYN MATERNITY, Washington Ave. and St. John's Pl. Private. 26 beds.

St. Catharine's HOSPITAL, Bushwick Ave.

ST. CHRISTOPHER'S HOSPITAL for Babies, 283 Hicks St. Private. 41 beds.

ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL, Atlantic and Albany Aves. Private. 84 beds.

ST. MARY'S Female Hospital, 153-155 Dean St.
Private. 50 beds.

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL, St. Mark's, bet. Buffalo and
Rochester Aves. Public and private. 230 beds.
ST. PETER'S HOSPITAL, Henry, bet. Congress and
Warren Sts. Private. 427 beds.
SKENE SANITARIUM COMPANY, 759 President St.
SWEEDISH HOSPITAL, Rogers Ave. and Sterling Pl.
Private.

U. S. NAVAL Hospital, Flushing Ave. 200 beds.
WELLS SANITARIUM, 945 St. Mark's Ave. Private.
WILLIAMSBURGH HOSPITAL, Bedford Ave. and S.
3d St. Public and private. 75 beds.
WILLIS SANITARIUM, Pacific St. Private.

BRADFORD ST. HOSPITAL, 113 Bradford St., East
New York, N. Y. Public 12 beds.
BREEZEHURST TERRACE, Whitestone, Long Island,
N. Y. Private. 35 beds.

COMBE'S SANITARIUM, Jackson Ave. and Flushing
Bay, New York, N. Y. Private. 46 beds.
FLUSHING HOSPITAL AND Dispensary, Flushing,
New York, N. Y. Private. 55 beds.
JAMAICA HOSPITAL, Jamaica, Long Island, N. Y.
Private. 67 beds.

KING'S COUNTY HOSPITAL, Flatbush, Long Island,
N. Y. Public. 400 beds.

LONG ISLAND STATE HOSPITAL (for the Insane),
Flatbush, N. Y. Public. 1200 beds.
LOUDEN HALL COTTAGE HOME SANITARIUM, Amity.
ville, Long Island, N. Y. Private.
MARY IMMACULATE HOSPITAL, Jamaica, Long
Island, N. Y. Private. 72 beds.

NASSAU HOSPITAL, Mineola, Long Island, N. Y.
Public and private. 50 beds.

RIVER CREST SANITARIUM, Astoria, Long Island, N. Y. Private. 125 beds.

ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL, Long Island City, N. Y. Public. 145 beds.

ST. VINCENT'S HOSPITAL, West New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y.

SANFORD HALL, Flushing, Long Island, N. Y. Private. 44 beds.

S. R. SMITH INFIRMARY, New Brighton (Tompkinsville P. O.), Long Island, N. Y. Private. 157 beds.

U. S. MARINE HOSPITAL, Stapleton, Staten Island, N. Y. 150 beds.

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GALEN HALL, Atlantic City. Private. 276 beds. HACKENSACK HOSP. Assoc., Hackensack. Public. 60 beds.

HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, Newark. Public and pri vate. 30 beds.

HOSPITAL FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN, Newark Public and private. 30 beds.

HOSPITAL OF ST. Barnabas, Newark. Public and private. 76 beds.

JERSEY CITY HOSPITAL, Jersey City. Public. 110 beds.

MORRISTOWN MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Morristown Public. 35 beds.

MUHLENBERG HOSPITAL, Plainfield. Public. 51 beds.

NEWARK BETH ISRAEL HOSPITAL, Newark. vate. 65 beds.

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NEWARK CHARITABLE EYE AND EAR INFIRMARY, Newark. Public. 42 beds.

NEWARK GERman Hospital, Newark. Public and private. 65 beds.

NEWARK PRIVATE HOSPITAL, Newark. Pay. Noncontagious. 25 beds.

NEW JERSEY ORTHOPEDIC HOSPITAL and DispenSARY, Orange. Private. 10 beds.

ORANGE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Orange. Public and private. 100 beds.

PASSAIC GENERAL HOSPITAL, Passaic. Public. 70 beds.

PATERSON GENERAL HOSPITAL, Paterson. Public and private. 120 beds.

PATERSON ISOLATION HOSPITAL, Paterson. Public. 45 beds.

PLAINFIELD SANITARIUM, Plainfield. Private. 55 beds.

ST. ELIZABETH'S HOSPITAL, Elizabeth. Public. şə beds.

ST. FRANCIS' HOSPITAL, Jersey City. Public. 250 beds.

ST. JAMES' HOSPITAL, Newark. Public. 68 beds ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL, Paterson. Public. 135 beds.

ST. MARY'S HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL, Passaic. Private and public. 45 beds.

ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL, Hoboken. 357 beds.

ST. MICHAEL'S HOSPITAL, Newark. Private. 273 beds.

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