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THE 



Hospital forSick Children 

67 coixeoe st.. Toronto 




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Good-Bye to a Real Friend 



BOABD OF TRUSTEES 

Sir Edmund B. Osier Chalnaan 

Strachan Johnston I Irving B. Robsrtson 
Robert F. Scott IS. O. Curry 
Douclas 8. Robertson I H. H. Wtlltaras 
Hon. Justice W. N. Feryuson 
Scc'y-Trcas. 
BURTON HOLLAND 
Superintendent | Asst-Supt. 
Miss F. J. Potts I Itlss A. S. Kinder 



THE ACTIVE 
Physirians 
Dr. Alan Brown Dr 

Physlclan-in-Chief 
Dr. Joseph Graham 
Dr. Alan Canfleld 
Dr. George Boyer 
Dr. Beverley Haanah 



Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 
Dr. 



CONSri^TINO 



STAFF 
SurgeoiM 

Clarence U Starr 
Surf eon-In-Chief 
W. R. Gallle 
D. E. Robertson 
Bruce Robertson 
P. K. Menzies 

A. B. LeMesurier 

STAFF 

I. H. Cameron 

B. Z. Milner 
F. N. G. Starr 

C. Shuttlewortb 



Dr. Allen Balnea Mr 
Dr. A. H. McPhedraii Dr. 
Dr. H. T. Machell Dr. 
Dr. W. B. Thistle Dr. 
Dr. J. T. Fotherinf ham 
Dr. W. Goldle 

_ ASSOCIATE PHYSICIANS 

Dr. George Fmlth | Dr. Edward Morgan 
Dr. George PIrie I Dr. Howard Spohn 

CLINICAL ASSISTANTS 
Dr. G. A. Campbell | Dr. Ruggles George 
Dr. Frank S. Park Dr. A. A. Halllday 
Dr. Arthur Golding Dr. W. G. McKechnle 
Dr. Gordon Phillips i Dr. j. N. McKlnlay 
Dr. C. E. Hill ' 
SPECIALISTS 
Dr. Harold Parsons, Chief Tubercular Clinic 
Assts. — Drs. F. S. Minns and J. H. Elliott 



Eye Service 
Dr. Jas. MacCallum 
Consultant 
Dr. W. H. Lowry 
Dr. G. H. McLaren 
Dr. W. W. Writht 



Ecr, Nose, Throat 

Dr. Geoffrey Boyd 

Consultant 
Dr. D. N. Maclennan 
Dr. G. Royce 
Dr. E. Boyd 
Dr. c. W. L. dark 
RESIDENT HOUSE STAFF 



Dr. R. Simpson 

les. House Physiolan 
Dr. M. R. Helliwell 
Dr. J. H. MrClelland 

Or. M. E. ffin 
Dr. C. A, AicDougall 
Dr. V. B. Dewier 

Patholosrist 
Dr. L H. Erb 
Dentist 

Dr. J. A. Both well „ 
REGISTRARS 
_ _ Medical i Sorclral 

Dr. Frank 8. Park | Dr. r C. Sjitinm 



Dr. p. C. Banting 

Res. House Furgeon 
Dr. F. D. Boone 
Dr. A. R, Lindsay 
Dr. W. H. Holmes 
Dr. R. R. McGregor 

Chemifit 
I. F. McLachlln, B.A. 

Radlolo ist 
Dr. A. H. Rolph 



Our Appeal 
1920 

A fair start In life should be 
^f-'itage of every Ontario 
child, but many hundreds, sick 
and crippled, are doomed to eke 
out drab, ineffectual lived, bur- 
dens to themselves and the com- 
munity alike. 

Happily the Hospital for Sick 
Children exists to remove the 
handicaps of disablement and 
disease from stricken children. 

War conditions have loft this 
great institution heavily in debt 
— its revenue unequal to meet the 
ever-increasing demands made 
upon its services from all parts of 
the province. 

An unfailing income of 50 cents 
a minute is needed! Will you 
not send to the Secretary some 
token of your sympathy for this 
charity? 



Pirn. 



thm form on fft« hack 
covmr. 




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1875 




FIRST HOSPT'" • T, ON 
AVENUE ST., rO 

On December 19tb. x874, the flret 
donation of »30 was received towards 
the founding of a Hospital for Sick Chil- 
dren In Toronto. One nurse and six 
little cots were established In a rented 
house at No. 31 Avenue street. The first 
little patient cared for was Mawle. a^ed 
three years, who was badly scalded 
while her mother was absent earnlnc 
bread for the family. 

Through the life work of the late 
John Ross Robertson, from this humble 
beginning there has been completed the 
most perfectly equipped children's hos- 
pital on this continent. since 1876 
almost half a million children have 
been cared for through this charity 



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1920 




THE MAIN BTnU>INO. COLLBQB 
8T., TORONTO 



Here to-day. under method* nnrar- 
passed, skilled doctors and nurses can 
successfully carry on the healln* work 
for sufferlngr children. 

Here 250 cots are always filled, and a 
staff of 115 nurses was required during 
1919 to care for the 41.763 children 
admitted. The total number of in- 
patients Is made up of 4.806 from To- 
ronto and 760 from other parta of the 
province: cured. 3.297, improved, 880; 
unimproved, 204; died. 465. Total out- 
patients, 36.607. of which 31.450 were 
cured and 5,247 improved. The religion 
of the 6.065 In-patients— 3,657 Protest- 
anta, 788 Roman Catholics, and 626 
other rellfflons. 



Pleate send your gift to the Secre- 
tary-Treaaurer, The Hospital for Sick 
Childretif 67 College Street, Toronto, 



.The Out-Patient Wing 




Through this large extension the Hospital 

Is being more closely linked in with the 
Public Health work in the homes of the poor 
of the city and Province. Yearly additions 
to the departments devoted to Infants' 
Wards, Medical Dispensary, Dally Clinics, 
and Orthopedic Work, mean increueud ex- 
pendltiaro. f 

'During the past year 36.607 children were 
treated in the Out-Patients Department. Of 
these, 15,496 were girls and 21,201 boys. 
The largest number in any one day was 
268. and the dally average 110. The charge 
to the parent or municipality is merely 
nominal; the difference must be made up 
through the generosity of the public. 



SVMMAIKT OF TBEATBIENT8 



Medheia 9764 

Surgical 9RB0 

Orthopedic . 1010 
NOM, Throat 
•ad Bw ..6688 



Eye 3676 

Tubercular . . . 1417 

Massage 780 

Gymnasium . . 1712 
WeU BiUiics. . 660 



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PJeaae tend your gift to the Becre' 
tary-Treaaurer, The Hospital for Sick 
Children, 67 College Street, Toronto, 



Coming in for Treatment 




Fathers and mothers, flghtlnf acainst tht 

dally sickness of their little ones, find an 
ever open door to the Out-Patients' Win* 
and take their turn with the doctor. Exam- 
inations are made, surgical operation p< - 
formed, medical advice given, and dur ng 
the past year the Dispensary filled 33,321 
prescriptions, besides dally orders for solu- 
tlons. 

The total number of surgical operations 
performed in 1019 upon out-patienta was 
2,249, also many minor operaUoui not 

tabulated. 



GIVING OUT MEDICINE 




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Please send your gift to the Secre- 
tary 'Treasurer, The Hospital for Bick 
Childrenf 67 College Street, Tortrnto, 



Making Appliances 




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For casefl of curvature of the spine, in- 
fantile paralyBiH. club-feet, bow-legB, knock- 
knees and other deformltieB, Orthopedio 
surgery requires extenfnv» mechanical shops 
to turn out the appliances, braces, Rplints 
and shoes, used In the treatment of such 
CMea. 

WBAT MULLED 8URC3EONR DO FOB 
LITTLE ONE8 




BBFORJS 



AFTER 



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Fteate aend your gift to the Secre- 
tary-Treaturer, The Hospital for Sick 
Children, 67 OoJlege Street, Toronto. 



The XpRay DefMUtment 




Thia Important department haa been en. 
larsed, and 'all Out-Patient work is taken 
care of ceparately, from the doctors' pri- 
vate patienta. The recorda for lJ)in «ho\v 
the great u- 'ulnesa of radiographs, alao 
of X-Ray tr. nents for different dlseaaee, 
and examlnat . na for fractures. 




NEEDLE 
LOCATED 




What 
The 
X-Ray 




BROKEN 
LIMB 



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BROOCH IN 
THROAT 




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SWALLOWED 
A JACK 



tary.Trea8urer, The Hospitdl for Sick 
Children, 67 College Btreet, Toronto, 

To Maintain the Health of the 
Children 





VVhen a patient is on the road to recovery 
there must be continued co-operation be- 
tween the Hospital and the home. 

Failure at either end nullifies the work 
Of the other and wastes the money of both. 



Homes Should 
Keep the children clean. 
Insist upon sufficient sleep. 
Provide proper nourishment 
Clothe the children properly. 
Remember that happiness and good 
morals contribute to health. 



Instruction to Mothers 

Qualified Nurses in the Hospital elve 
advice on dietetics. Invalid cookery and 
baby feedingrs. The Toronto Board of Edu- 

Iwson. ""^^ ^^^^ 



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Please send your gift to the Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, The Hospital for Sick 
Children, 67 College Street, Toronto. 



The Infants' Department 




IN A CUBICLE WEIGHING BABY 
In these wards the baby receives a 
right start." The department is divided 
into numerous glass partitioned cubicles 
so that the babies may not be crowded' 
and may receive the constant and Individual 
attention so neceuary In their successful 
management. 

Here one may see babies exhibiting all 
the various problems of infant feeding. 

Years ago the majority of "difficult 
feeding cases" died; to-day the greater 
majority lives. The obstacles to the suc- 
cessful treatment of these babies In the 
poorer homes are practically insurmount- 
able. This department, equipped In the 
best way that modern science and tender 
nterest can devise In saving the babies, 
is converting an economic loss into a 
national asset 

In spite of the relatively greater cost of 
maintenance, this department must be kept 
»oIng to give these fascinating little tots 
what is theirs to demand— "a right start 
in life." 



From the Pasteurisation Plant the MIt 
Feediags Was if cmIoim Jhuing iBia, 



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Please send your gift to the Secre- 
tary-Treasurer, The Hospital Jor Sick 
Children, 67 College Street, Toronto, 



MOTHER'S VISIT COMFORTABLE 

How to Apply for Admission 

Parents who are unable to contribute to 
the maintenance of their children In the 
Hospital should apply to the Clerk, Reeve 
or Mayor of the municipality where they 
have been living for three months or more. 
Application forms will be supplied on 
request 

In issuing such orders, the municipality 
undertakes to contribute »1.25 for each 
day of the child's stay in the Hospital. 
This arrangement is made under the auth- 
ority of Provincial Statute. See Section 31, 
Paragraph 3, of the Official Regulations 
for the Government of Public and Private 
Hospitals. 





FORGETS MOTHER SOLDIER S CHILD 

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760 Patients from 271 places 
Outside Toronto 



County Number 
or of 

District Patients 

Addington 1 

Algoma 16 

Brant 17 

Bruce 8 

Carleton 9 

Dufferin 8 

Dundas ........ 2 

Durham 7 

Elgin 5 

Essex 6 

Prontenac 2 

Grey 15 

Haldimand 7 

Haliburton 5 

Halton 7 

Hastings 20 

Huron 7 

Kent 2 

Lambton 1 

Lanark 8 

Leeds . ,' 2 

Lincoln 16 

Middlesex 8 

Muskoka 13 

Nipissing 13 

Norfolk 5 

Northumberland . 17 

Ontario 10 

City Patients 

Outside 



County Number 
of 

District Patients 

Oxford 7 

Parry Sound ... 19 

Peel 14 

Perth 16 

Peterboro' 11 

Prince Edward . . 3 

Renfrew 10 

Simcoe 22 

Stormont 2 

Sudbury 9 

Temiskaming ... 16 
Thunder Bay ... 3 

Victoria 4 

Waterloo I4 

Welland 24 

Wellington 10 

Wentworth .... 16 

York 304 

Alberta 4 

British Columbia 1 
Nova Scotia .... 1 

Quebec 2 

Saskatchewan . . 10 

Illinois, U.S.A 1 

New York 1 



760 
4.305 
. 760 



Total 5065 

TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NUUSES 




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