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HEALTH AND TIME

Days and years . . . Patients spent 5,908,421 days in these hospitals last year, the equivalent of over 162 centuries.

Needy sick, who could pay nothing, or but little for their care, received 1,878,801 free days of care. This free care, which the hospitals gave for the protection of the health of each of us, was an increase of twelve and one-half per cent over the previous year.

These free days of hospital care, given to protect us all in health, cost the hospitals $9,534,812.
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HEALTH AND PEOPLE

One in every twenty of New York's 7,363,624 persons received bed care in the voluntary hospitals last year. 1,070,944 persons visited out-patient departments of these hospitals seeking diagnosis and care. 

Organized care of the sick is carried beyond the hospital walls by medical social service, convalescent care, and home care, as recommended in the Hospital Survey for New York. Almost 10,000 women committee members are cooperating with professional workers in extension of these services.
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PARTICIPATING HOSPITALS OF THE UNITED HOSPITAL FUND
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Babies Hospital
Beekman Street Hospital
Bethany Deaconess Hospital (Brooklyn)
Beth David Hospital
Beth-El Hospital (Brooklyn)
Beth Israel Hospital 
Beth Moses Hospital (Brooklyn)
William Booth Memorial Hospital
The Bronx Eye and Ear Infirmary
Bronx Hospital and Dispensary
Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital
Brooklyn Home for Consumptives
Brooklyn Hospital
Brooklyn Women's Hospital
Bushwick Hospital
Columbus Hospital
Community Hospital
Evangelical Deaconess Hospital (Brooklyn)
Fifth Avenue Hospital
Flower Hospital
Flushing Hospital
French Hospital
Harlem Eye and Ear Hospital
Herman Knapp Memorial Eye Hospital
Home for Incurables
Hospital for Joint Diseases
Hospital for Ruptured and Crippled
Hospital of the Holy Family (Brooklyn)
House of the Holy Comforter
House of St. Giles the Cripple (Brooklyn)
Isabella Home
The Jamaica Hospital
Jewish Hospital of Brooklyn
Jewish Maternity Hospital
Jewish Memorial Hospital
Knickerbocker Hospital
Lebanon Hospital Association
Lenox Hill Hospital
Long Island College Hospital (Brooklyn)
Lutheran Hospital, Brooklyn
Lying-In Hospital
Manhattan Eye, Ear and Throat Hospital
Manhattan Maternity Hospital and Dispensary
Mary Immaculate Hospital
Memorial Hospital for Cancer
Methodist Episcopal Hospital (Brooklyn)
Misericordia Hospital
Montefiore Hospital
Mount Sinai Hospital
Neurological Institute of New York
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary
New York Foundling and St. Ann's Maternity
New York Hospital
New York Infirmary for Women and Children
New York Nursery and Childs' Hospital
New York Ophthalmic Hospital
New York Orthopaedic Hospital
New York Polyclinic Hospital
New York Post Graduate Hospital
Norwegian Lutheran Deaconesses' Home and Hospital (Brooklyn)
Presbyterian Hospital
Prospect Heights Hospital (Brooklyn)
Richmond Memorial Hospital (Staten Island)
Rockaway Beach Hospital and Dispensary
Roosevelt Hospital
St. Andrew's Convalescent Hospital
St. Anthony's Hospital (Queens)
St. Catherine's Hospital (Brooklyn)
St. Charles Hospital Orthopaedic Clinic (Brooklyn)
St. Clare's Hospital
St. Elizabeth's Hospital
St. France's Home for Incurables
St. Francis's Hospital (Bronx)
St. John's Hospital (Brooklyn)
St. John's Long Island City Hospital
St. Joseph's (Bronx)
St. Joseph's Hospital (Far Rockaway)
St. Luke's Hospital
St. Mary's Hospital of the City of Brooklyn
St. Peter's Hospital (Brooklyn)
St. Vincent's Hospital
St. Vincent's Hospital (Staten Island)
Seaside Hospital of St. John's Guild
Seton Hospital
Sloane Hospital for Women
Staten Island Hospital
Stuyvesant Square Hospital
Sydenham Hospital
Tonsil Hospital
West Side Hospital and Dispensary
Woman's Hospital
Wyckoff Heights Hospital of Brooklyn
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