RefNoNHS9/2/1
TitleAdmission registers
DescriptionRegisters give name, age and address of patient, disease (predominantly scarlet fever), day of disease when admitted and duration upon discharge, remarks or complications; from 1926 also telephone number (if any) and religion.

At front of first six volumes: monthly totals, from Jan 1898 to Dec 1918, of diseases (scarlet fever, diphtheria, smallpox, measles and other diseases) numbers admitted, discharged, died and remaining in hospital, average daily number of patients variously at Lodge Moor, Crimicar Lane, Winter Street and Moor End sanatorium; and occcasionally numbers transferred elsewhere: to Withernsea, Peppard Common, Daneswood; including military cases at Winter Street Hospital from 1915.

Cases at first were mainly scarlet fever; later they include polio, tonsilitis, bronchitis, etc; and from 1970s more spinal and general surgery cases
Key - Sc or Sct: scarlet fever; Delta (Greek D): diphtheria; Omicron (Greek O): smallpox.
Date1898 - 1984
Extent59 items
AccessStatusRestricted
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