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'SESSIONAL PAPERS

VOL. LXXin.—PART IV

SIXTH SESSION

OF THE

TWENTIETH LEGISLATURE

OF THE

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO

SESSION 1941

TORONTO Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman. Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty

1942

CONTENTS

FOR PART IV

REPORTS

REPORT OF HOSPITALS AND SANITORIA PRISONS AND REFORMATORIES PUBLIC WELFARE LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD MINIvSTER OF AGRICULTURE STATISTICS BRANCH (AGRICULTURE) T. AND N. O. RAILWAY ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION PROVINCIAL AUDITOR WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARD ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE NIAGARA PARKS COMMISSION ONTARIO RESEARCH FOUNDATION ONTARIO TRAINING SCHOOLS

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

SEVENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT

UPON THE

Public Hospitals, Private Hospitals

Hospitals for Incurables

Convalescent Hospitals

AND

Sanatoria for Consumptives

OF THE

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO

FOR THE YEAR WHICH ENDED 31 st DECEMBER

1940

AND FOR THREE MONTHS, OCTOBER, NOVEMBER AND DECEMBER

1939

PRINTED BY ORDER OF

THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO SESSIONAL PAPER No. 16, 1941

ONTARIO

TORONTO Printed and Published by T. E. Bowman, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty

1 941

Parliament Buildings,

Toronto, July 14th, 1941.

To The Honourable Albert Matthews,

Lieutenant-Governor of the Province of Ontario.

May It Please Your Honour:

The undersigned has the honour to transmit to Your Honour the Seventy-first Annual Report on the Hospitals and Sanatoria of the Province of Ontario, for the year which ended December 31st, 1940, together with a similar report for the three months, October, November and December, 1939.

Respectfully submitted,

Harold J. Kirby,

Minister of Health.

Parliament Buildings,

Toronto, July 14th, 1941,

The Honourable Harold J. Kirby, K.C, Minister of Health.

Sir:

I have the honour to submit to you the Seventy-first Annual Report on the Hospitals and Sanatoria of the Province of Ontario, for the year which ended December 31st, 1940, together with a similar report for the three months, October, November and December, 1939.

I have the honour to be, Sir,

Your obedient servant,

C. J. Telfer,

Inspector of Hospitals.

Hospitals

PIcrcin is presented a detailed report on General, Red Cross and Conva- lescent Hospitals, Hospitals for Incurables and Sanatoria for Consumptives, operating in the Province of Ontario, as compiled from the Financial and Statistical Statements submitted for the year which ended December 31st, 1940.

There were 176 institutions in operation and participating in Provincial grants during the year. These are classified as follows:

1 1 7 General Hospitals 4 Convalescent Hospitals

30 Red Cross Hospitals 3 Convalescent Summer Camps for Children

8 Hospitals for Incurables 13 Sanatoria for Consumptives

The number of patients, together with the number of days' treatment, is indicated in the summary on the opposite page. In Public General Hospitals, exclusive of Red Cross Outposts, there was an increase in the number of patients treated of 23,770 over the previous year, and an increase of 223,111 days' treatment. The average number of patients in hospital daily was 10,476, or 582^ more than the previous year.

Operating costs increased by $826,178.61 over the previous year. The following revenue increases and decreases are noted:

From patients, increased SI, 51 1,454.38

From investments, increased 49,497.77

From donations, decreased 56,283.86

From municipalities, decreased 327,636.24

From Provincial Government, decreased 152,359.07

The net increase in revenue for the year amounted to 81,080,662.69.

During the year the Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie acquired the Red Cross Hospital at Blind River; transfer was effected on August 17th, 1940.

Executives and officers of the several institutions reported herein are requested to study the various tables comparing their hospitals with those of similar size and capacity.

On page 28 of this report will be found information concerning the 63 private hospitals licensed during the year under report.

C. J. Telfer,

Inspector of Hospitals.

1940

INSPECTOR OF HOSPITALS AND SANATORIA

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT GIVING CERTAIN STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL INFOR.VIATION

For the Year Ended December 31st, 1940

Public Hospitals

Red

Cross

Outposts

Hospitals

for Incurables

Conva- lescent Hospitals

Totals

13,194 1.957 69.1

397

112

45.5

1.297 94.2

378

15.266

2,069

38,473

13,678

309,766

3,834,250

1.562

334

9,049

84.835

"556

2,034

447,279

8

1,736 68.054

40.035

Number of Deaths. Including Still-births. During the Year

Total Number of Patients Treated During the Year

Total Collective Davs" Stay of All Patients

14.576

322.585

4.434.418

Number of Staff and Employees:

2,194

3,307

826

579

358

5,048

94

i

20 61

129

"iis

40 341

29

""is

8 86

2.446

3.307

826

730

426

5,536

12,312

176

645

138

13,271

Operatinti Revenue

Income from Municipalities for Maintenance and Treat-

$ c.

9.224,381.27

2,630.904.50

1.022,925.94

69.389.22

$ c.

201,363.72 17,547.57 27,155.60

$ c.

147,138.35 509,311.38 183,634.20

$ c.

34,454.93 58.364.93 22,028.90

$ c. 9,607,338.27 3,216,128.38

Grants from Government for Maintenance and Treat-

1.255.744.64

Grants from Government for Special Clinics and Radio-

69.389.22

ToT\L Operating Revenue

12.947.600.93

246.066.89

840.083.93

114.848.76

14,148.600.51

Non-operating Revenue

Income from Property, Investments, Endowments, etc..

399,142.36 691,907.35 259.401.77

2,047.52 23.134.88

15.078.19 14.758.59

11,259.26 19,953.93

427,527.33

Income from Donations. Bequests and Other Gratuitous Sources

Grants from Municipalities for Building, Debenture?, Capital, etc

749,754.75 259.401.77

1,350,451.48

25,182.40

29,836.78

31,213.19

1,436,683.85

Total Revenue

14,298,052.41

271,249.29

869.920.71

146,061.95

15.585.284.36

Operating Expense

Total Cost of Dietaries

Other Operating Expense

2,489,926.22 5,872.669.71 4.078,535.47

50.464.93 141.662.42 107,161.59

165,990.53 348.180.53 200.101.07

33.786.87 68.214.52 35.832.16

2,740,168.55 6,430,727.18 4,421,630.29

Total Operating Expense

12.441,131.40 574,253.83

i 299.288.94 1

714.272.13 19.364.83

137.833.55

13,592.526.02 593.618.66

Total Cost

13.015,385.23

299,288.94

I 733,636.96

137,833.55

14.186,144.68

3.25

3.26

1

1 1.60

2.03

♦Note: No provision is made in these figures for depreciation on buildings, plant and equipment, or for bad and doubtful accounts.

REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR

Xo. 16

PUBLIC HOSPITALS

-Showing the bed capacity, both adult and nurser>', together with the movement of patients in each hospital separately.

TABLE No. I.-

Bed Capacity

Name of Hospital

Location

[ Adults i and [Children

Nurs- ery

Patients] in resi- i Patients dence, ad

Patients in resi- Still- I dence.

Total Patients

Live patients dis- '

Jan. mitted births treated charged Deaths births Dec.

1st. during during during during during during 31st

1940 year year year i year year year 1940

GROUP 1 Capacity, 1 to 25 Beds

Bowman ville

Municipal

Haldimand War Memorial Red Cross Memorial. . . .

Hanover Memorial

Notre Dame

Roscdale War Memorial.

Louise Marshall

Niagara Cottage

Palmerston General

General

Wingham General

Bowmanville. . . .

Cobalt

Dunnville

Durham

Hanover

Hawkesbury ....

Matheson

Mount Forest. . . Niagara-on-Lake

Palmerston

Penetanguishene. Wingham

Totals .

GROUP 2 Capacity. 26 to SO Beds

Stevenson Memorial .... Rosamond Memorial. .

St. Joseph'stt

Lady Minto

Clinton Public.

Groves Memorial

Douglas Memorial

Alexandra Marine & Gen.

Misericordia

St. Paul's

Alexandra

Anson General

Kincardine General

Memorial

General

St. Andrew's

York County

Queen Victoria Memorial

Lord Dufferin

Willett

Parry Sound General.. . . Charlotte E. Englehart. .

Scott Memorial

Sioux Lookout General. .

St. Francis General

Porcupine General

Strathroy General

St. Jean de Brebeuf

Soldiers' Memorial

Lockwood Clinic

Mothcrcraft Centre

County of Bruce Gen. . .

Totals

Alliston

Almonte

Blind River

Chapleau

Clinton

Fergus

Fort Erie

Goderich

Haileybury

Hearst

Ingersoll

Iroquois Falls. . .

Kincardine

Listowel

Mattawa

Midland

Newmarket

North Bay

Orangeville

Paris

Parry Sound. . . .

Petrolia

Seaforth

Sioux Lookout . . Smith's Falls. . . . South Porcupine,

Strathroy

Sturgeon Falls.. .

Tillsonburg

Toronto

Toronto

Walkerton

GROUP 3 i

Capacity, SI to 100 Beds!

Royal Victoria

Peel Memorial

St. Vincent de Paul

Cobourg General

Lady Minto

General and Marine. . . .

Cornwall General

Gait Genera!

Kenora General

St. Joseph's

Ross Memorial

Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Protestant Children's . . . Salvation Army Grace.. . St. Joseph's General ....

Pembroke Cottage

Great War Memorial.. . . NichoU's

Barrie

Brampton . . . . Brockville. . . .

Cobourg

Cochrane

Collingwood .

Cornwall

Gait

Kenora

Kenora

Lindsay

Orillia

Ottawa

Ottawa

Parry Sound. . Pembroke . . . .

Perth

Peterborough .

189

401

«l 8 12!

lOS

S09 2S8 400 175 280 648 226 145 ISO 323 402 320I

136 46

87 51 81 26 74 58 42 39 54 67

663 309 499 235 366 686 302 209 197 373 463 400

628 293 461 208 341 644 294 196 180 348 438 383

3.836

639

497 395 122 411 375 409 736 576 631 856 549 630 417 406 353 867 911 996 633 438 738 566 44$ 482 407 954 478 588 941 874 157 708

761

4,702

18,549

1.462

964

1.183

731

631

1.018

1.687

1.591

790

745

1,313

1.660

860

2.116

1.129

1.301

1.057

1.805

106

127

15

42

85

90

148

112

31

116

127

59

124

77

48

177

215

128

101

113

105

143

93

70

36

265

137

45

220

116

3,271

293 222 162 124 116 147 192 280 126 150 263 227

616 539 137 476 477 512 899 718 685 1,002 695 708 559 498 419 1,078 1.155 1,146 769 564 864 732 SS2 566 467 1.240 646 658 1.188 885 168 841

4.414;

565 497 121 432 454 483 828 650 637 943, 633 668 512 452 364 990

1.073

l.OSQ 715 512 806 674 517 538 424

1.204 584 582

1.100 850 157 770

60

22,459 20,794

1.418

150

99

149

355;

1.795

1.218

1.383

877

797

1.209

1.929

1.922

952

928

1.615

1.939

888

3.621

1.310

1.441

1.241

2.228

129

1.654

89

17

1.137

55

6

1.272

SO

4

805

39

11

723

36

2

1.107

60

10

1.805

71

2

1.787

96

11

889

31

11

849

39

7

1.469

101

21

1.791

97

12

842

19

3.480

39

43

1.220

45

1

1.323

70

7

1.140

54

6

2.050

93

10

ttTaken over from Red Cross. Aug. 17th. IO41.

1940

OF HOvSPITALS AND SANATORIA

PUBLIC HOSPITALS (Cont'd)

TABLE No. I.

-Showing the bed capacity, both adult and nursery, patients in each hospital separately.

together with the movement of

.Name of Hospital

Group 3 (Cont'd)

Prince Edward County.

Port Hope

Victoria

Plummer Memorial

Norfolk General

Smith's Falls Public . . . . Salvation Army Grace.. . Welland County General. Woodstock General

TOT.\LS

GROUP 4 Capacity, 101 to 200 Beds

Belleville General *

Brockville General

Public General

St. Joseph's

Hotel Dieu

McKellar General

Guelph General

St. Joseph's

St. Joseph's

Hotel Dieu

Kitchener- Waterloo

St. Mary's

Niagara Falls General. . St. Joseph's General . . . .

Oshawa General

General and Marine . . . ,

General

St. Joseph's

General

St. Joseph's General . . . . St. Catharines General*.

Memorial

Samia General

General

Stratford General

St. Mar>-s

Mount Sinai

Toronto East General .

Wellesley

Women's College

Metropolitan General. . Salvation Army Grace..

Location

Adults

and children

Picton

Port Hope

Renfrew

Sault Ste. Marie.

Simcoe

Smith's Falls

Toronto

Welland

Woodstock

Belleville

Brockville

Chatham

Chatham

Cornwall

Fort William. . . .

Guelph

Guelph

Hamilton

Kingston

Kitchener

Kitchener

Niagara Falls . . .

North Bay

Oshawa

Owen Sound. . . .

Pembroke

Peterborough . . . Port Arthur . . . . Port Arthur . . . . St. Catharines.. .

St. Thomas

Samia

Sault Ste. Marie,

Stratford

Timmins

Toronto

Toronto

Toronto

Toronto

Windsor

Windsor

Totals .

GROUP 5 Capacity. 201 Beds and

Over Brantford General**. . . .

Hamilton Generalt

Kingston GeneralJ

St. Joseph's

Victoriatt

Ottawa Civic

Ottawa General

St. Joseph's

Hosp. for Sick Children .

St. Joseph's

St. Michael's

Toronto General

Toronto Western

Hotel Dieu

ToT..\LS .

Brantford . Hamilton. Kingston . London . . London . . Ottawa. . . Ottawa. . . Sudbury. . Toronto. . Toronto. . Toronto. . Toronto. . Toronto. . Windsor. .

Bed Capacity

GRAND TOTALS:

Public General Ho spitals. Red Cross Outpost s

1,569

160 108 107 122 124 189

92

86 157 184 113 106 120 113

79

85 115 101 135 162 157 100 112

97 117 130

82 150

98 140 116 105

Nurs- ery

234 706 328i 258! 4481 5401 370' 198 432 315 643 1,403 518 205

20 111 25 34 36 60 25 41

Patients in resi- dence.

Jan.

1st.

1940

120 60 62 61 69

145 77 71

116

119 73 47 48 61 56 39 48 48 77

113 86 85 64 30 75

100 96

133 47 90 76 77

Patients

ad- mitted during

year

772

682

890

1.257

1.319

959

1.499

1.815

1,625

32,861

4.022 1,974 2,711 2,103 3,002 4,318 1.912 1.655 3.686 3,227 2,372 2,013 2,227 1,549 2,951 1.625 1,709 1.734 2,498 3,581 3,525 2.552 2.191 1,523 2,032 3,550 2.690 3,350 2,634 3,535 3,011 2,819

Live births during

year

186 113 152 270 346 130 888 351 313

26 45 1 192i

72i 211

137 568 198 162 272 400 254 138 253 205 457 915 409 89

84,281

563 203 340

447 340 517 233 312 862 365 424 355 443 142 468 261 134 292 286 351 515 531 455 245 380 418 489 767 277 1,005 523 486

Total patients treated during

year

977 808 1,087 1,560 1.716 1.120 2,444 2,195 1.993

41.193

Patients

dis- charged during year

908 749 988 1,470 1,592 1,045 2.358 2,033 1,833

38,319

13,429

6,5981

13.1941

397

1,957 112

3,662

14.138

6.819

4.634

7,342

12.329

6.971

5.038

9.098

6.835

11.333

19.614

11.117

4,056

4,705 2,237 3,113 2,61ll 3,411 4.980 2.222 2.038 4.664 3,711 2,869 2,415 2.718 1,752 3,475 1,925 1,891 2,074 2.861 4,045 4.126 3,168 2,710 1,798 2,487 4.068 3.275 4.250 2.958 4.630 3.610 3.382

Still- Deaths births during during year year

100,179

549

1.664

459

739

705

1.1941

550

1.098

9061 1.367 1.9831 1.832J

744

4,358 2,087i 2.873 2,432 3.204 4.638 2.057 1,893 4.325 3.469 2,663 2,212 2,494 1,645 3.273 1.806 1.740 1.919 2,706 3.761 3.869 2.917 2.528 1.676 2,293 3,864 3.083 3.928 2.788 4.463 3.402 3,155

171

91

154

108i

107

143

102

72

188

126

117

121

133

61

119

71

75

95

66

149

169

151

117

86

119

117

102

191

93

64

134

138

93.521

4.348

16.370

7.476]

5.535

8.319

13.9231

7.775

6.274'

9.351

7.946,

13.157

22.512

13,358

4,889

708' 4,457 122,986 13,790' 141.233

8,780 262,513 208 7,279

3.984

15.172

6.995

5.151

7.677

12.837

7.174

5.912

8.766

7,381

12,049

20,594

12.324

4.613

208 679 258i 209 348 552 316 212 285 322 624 1.035 557 155

130.629 5,760

Patients in resi- dence,

Dec.

31st.

1940

478

38,4731309,766 287,677 1,562 9,049 8,569

12,286'

288

1,392 46

•^Includes 10 isolation beds and 57 patients.

*Includrs 10 isolation beds and 25 patients.

**Includes 28 isolation beds and 84 patients.

tincludes 70 isolation beds and 614 patients.

{Includes 20 isolation beds and 274 patients.

{{Includes 18 isolation beds and 100 patients.

35 18 45 41 42 39 53 64 70

1,273

176 59 86 71

100

199 63 73

151

116 89 82 91 46 83 48 76 60 89

135 88

100 65 36 75 87 90

131 77

103 74 89

2.908

156 519 223 175 294 534 285 150 300 243 484 883 477 121

4.844

9,803 192

GRAND TOTALS incl. Red Cross 13.591 2.069 8.988 269.792 40,035 318,815 296,246 12,574 1,438 9.995

REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR

Xo 16

PUBLIC HOSPITALS (Cont'd)

TABLE No. II. Showing the collective stay in days of the patients admitted and infants bom in the hospital ; also the number of professional and other staff in each.

Name of Hospital

Location

Total patients treated during

year

Total patient

days, adults

and

children,

for

year

Total days, infants born, for year

Totel

patient

days,

all

patients,

for

year

Average number patients

in

hospital

daily

Number graduate and profes- sional staff

Number other em- ployees, including nurses-in- training

Percent- age of beds occupied dunng year

GROUP 1 Capacity, 1 to 25 Beds

Bowmanville

Cobalt.

663 309 499 235 366 686 302 209 197 373 463 400

4.511 1.974 3.893 3.832 2,771 5.658 2,415 2,107 2,736 3,482 2,638 2,640

1.305 426 859 509 863 222 732 697 414 475 548 611

5,816 2,400 4.752 4.341 3.634 5.880 3.147 2.804 3.150 3.957 3.186 3.251

16

7 13 12 10 16 9 8 9 11 9 9

4 3 7 4 4 2 4 3 3 4 4 5

15 4 4 3 4

17 5 S 5 2 4 4

% 69.1

26.2

54.1

Red Cross Memorial

Durham

49.4 43.2

Notre Dame

Rosedale War Memorial

Louise Marshall

Niagara Cottage

Palmerston General

General

Wingham General

Hawkesbury

Matheson

Mount Forest

Niagara-on-the-Lake

Palmerston

Penetanguishene.. . . Wingham

76.5 57.3 40 3 57.4 77.2 41.5 42 3

Totals

4.702

38,657

7.661

46.318

127

47

72

51 7

GROUP 2 Capacity, 26 to 50 Beds

Stevenson Memorial

616 539 137 476 477 512 899 718 685 1.002 695 708 559 498 419 1.078 1.155 1.146 769 564 864 732 552 566 467 1.240 646 658 1.188 885 168 841

6,711 5.248 1.480 6,831 4.642 4.211 7.639 8.376 7.257

11.864 7,625 7.757 5.684 3,549 9,057

10.729 9.529

10.367 8.577 6.953

10,108 7.035 4.714 4.222 8.479 7.906 8.259 9,160 9.469 7,914 3,813 6.746

1.131

1.279

141

363

923

1.003

1.304

1.163

324

1.147

1.260

566

912

774

452

1.815

2.110

1,498

1,252

1,100

1,388

1,463

1.099

547

408

2,645

1.609

591

2,232

1.061

7.842 6.527 1.621 7,194 5,565 5.214 8.943 9.539 7.581

13.011 8.885 8.323 6,596 4.323 9.509

12.544

11,639

11.865 9,829 8,053

11.496 8.498 5.813 4.769 8.887

10,551 9,868 9,751

11,701 7,914 3,813 7.807

21

i!

20 15 14 24 26 21 36 24 23 18 12 26 34 32 32 27 22 31 23 16 13 24 29 27 27 32 22 10 21

9

4 5 5

i

13 9

8 11

8

7

5

4

6

4

12

15

12

6

11 6 5

14

13 5 8

18 7 8 7

7 3 4 8

12 6

IS

18 8

18 6 8 6 4

16

26 8

14

7

9

8

11

6

16

10

22

10

12

26

19

11

57.9

Rosamond Memorial

68.6

St. Joseph's

Lady Minto

BHnd River

37.0 59 6

49.0

Groves Memorial

43.2

Douglas Memorial

Fort Erie

48.9

Alexandra Marine & General.

52.1

Misericordia

Haileybury

Hearst

59 2

St. Paul's

131.7

Alexandra

57 8

Iroquois Falls

Kincardine

59 8

40.0

Memorial

31 9

59 0

68.5

York County

Newmarket

North Bay

Orangeville

Paris

79 5

Queen Victoria Memorial. . . . Lord Duflerin

64.8 92 6

Willett

51.2

Parry Sound General

Charlotte E. Englehart

Parry Sound

Petrolia

108.3 66.3

Scott Memorial

Seaforth

58.8

Sioux Lookout General

St. Francis General

Sioux Lookout

Smith's Falls

South Porcupine.. . .

Strathroy

Sturgeon Falls

Tillsonburg

Toronto

Toronto

65.2 60.7

68.6

Strathroy General

57 4

66.6

Soldiers' Memorial

78 0

54.1

37.2

County of Bruce General. . . .

57.7

Totals

22.459

231.911

33.560

265.471

725

265

361

60 5

GROUP 3 Capacity, 51 to 100 Beds

Royal Victoria

1.795

1.218

1.383

877

797

1.20Q

1.929

1.922

952

928

1.615

1.939

888

3.621

1.310

1.441

1.241

2.228

17.495 8.743 14.827 8.280 14.723 16.036 20.758 18.014 9.868 10.862 15.483 19.568 10.342 20.608 12.811 14.430 12.160 26.295

3.157 2.330 1.696 1.205 1.175 1.751 2,191 3,039 1.291 1.329 2.561 2.816

16,484 1.502 1.154 1.588 3.791

20.652 11.073 16,523 <J,485 15,898 17,787 22,949 21.053 11.159 12.191 18.044 22.384 10.342 37.092 14.313 15.584 13.748 30.086

56 30 45 26 43 49 63 58 30 3i 49 61 28 101 39 43 38 82

5 13 13 13

17

13

36

5

8

10

11

20

11

5

15

20

18

54

12 46 12

\l 63 28 20 19 43 54 9 59 27 12 11 75

84.2

Peel Memorial

58 2

St. Vincent de Paul

61 0

Cobourg General

44.7

Lady Minto

62 1

General and Marine

Cornwall General

CoUingwood

Cornwall

Gait

81 0 72.1

Gait General

63.2

Kenora (icneral

53.5

St. Joseph's

52.0

Ross Memorial

82.2

Orillia Soldiers' Memorial.. . .

Orillia

76.4

Protestant Children's

Ottawa

51.4

Salvation .^rmy Grace

Ottawa

104. S

St. Joseph's General

Pembroke Cottage

Parry Sound

Pembroke

Perth

Peterborough

61.1

73.4

Great War Memorial

Nicholl's

72.2 83.9

1940

OF HOSPITALS AND SANATORIA

PUBLIC HOSPITALS (Cont'd)

TABLE No. II. Showing the collective stay in days of the patients admitted and infants born in the hospital; also the number of professional and other staff in each.

Name of Hospital

Location

Total

patients

treated

during

year

Total

patient

days,

adults

and

children,

for

year

Total days, infants born, for year

Total

patient

days,

all

patients,

for

year

Average number patients

in

hosijital

daily

Number Number other graduate em- and ! ployees,

profes- sional stafi

including nurses-in- training

Percent- age of beds occupied dunng year

Group 3 (Cont'd)

Prince Edward County. . .

Port Hope

Victoria

Plummer Memorial

Norfolk General

Smith's Falls Public

Salvation Army Grace . . . Welland County General . Woodstock General

Picton

Port Hope

Renfrew

Sault Ste. Marie.

Simcoe

Smith's Falls

Toronto

Welland

Woodstock

Totals.

GROUP 4 Capacity. 101 to 200 Beds

Bellexnlle General^ . . . .

Brockville General

Public General

St. Joseph's

Hotel Dieu

McKellar General

Guelph General

St. Joseph's

St. Joseph's

Hotel Dieu

Kitchener- Waterloo. . . .

St. Mary's

Niagara Falls General. . St. Joseph's General. . .

Oshawa General

General and Marine. . .

General

St. Joseph's

General

St. Joseph's General . . . St. Catharines General^

Memorial

Sarnia General

General

Stratford General

St. Mary's

Mount Sinai

Toronto East General. .

Wellesley

Women's College

Metropolitan General. . Salvation Army Grace .

Belleville

Brockville

Chatham

Chatham

Cornwall

Fort William ....

Guelph

Guelph

Hamilton

Kingston

Kitchener

Kitchener

Niagara Falls. . .

North Bay

Oshawa

Owen Sound ....

Pembroke

Peterborough . . . Port Arthur .... Port Arthur. . . . St. Catharines. .

St. Thomas

Sarnia

Sault Ste. Marie.

Stratford

Timmins

Toronto

Toronto

Toronto

Toronto

Windsor

Windsor

TOT.\LS .

GROUP 5 Capacity, 201 Beds and Over

Brantford General**

Hamilton Generalt

Kingston GeneralJ

St. Joseph's

Victoriatt

Ottawa Civic

Ottawa General

St. Joseph's

Hospital for Sick Children.

St. Joseph's

St. Michael's

Toronto General

Toronto Western

Hotel Dieu

ToT.\LS .

GRAND TOTALS:

Public General Hospit Red Cross Outposts

Brantford . Hamilton. Kingston . London. . London. . Ottawa. . . Ottawa ... Sudbury. . Toronto. . Toronto. . Toronto. . Toronto. . Toronto. . Windsor. .

als.

977 808 1,087 1.560 1,716 1.120 2.444 2,195 1.993

9.227 7,444 11,889 13.387 15.004 13.238 13.392 17.582 20.350

1.977 1,158 1.568 2.677 3.465 1.502 9.664 3.512 3,302

11.204 8.602 13.457 16.064 18.469 14.740 23.056 21.094 23.652

4

22

11

9

4

26

11

44

30

20

21

12

14

48

32

18