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ACCIDENT REPORT BOOKS

The first item relates to The Grange; the rest relate to the Grange Hospital/St Mary's Hospital, and are pre-printed books under the National Insurance (Industrial Injuries) Act, 1946

ADDRESSES TO NURSING STAFF

In 1902 the Retreat put its nurse training onto a more extended footing, with a four year course of practical training with lectures, leading to examinations. In the same year the Retreat began its Private Nursing Department (later the Trained Nur...

ADMINISTRATIVE FILES

The files in CLA 1/5 are in two separate series, each alphabetically arranged, with a couple of files of doubtful provenance following them.CLA 1/5/1-128 formed a distinctive group, and all were selected. They have their original titles and orderi...

ADMISSION AND DISCHARGE BOOKS

These books contain weekly details of admissions and discharges, daily totals of patients, and other details. They cover variously The Grange and St Mary's Hospital (see notes to individual volumes)

ADMISSION AND DISCHARGE SHEETS

These relate to The Grange and St Mary's Hospital. They are daily carbons, in manuscript, later in typescript, giving daily details of admissions and discharges, including names, dates of birth, addresses, where discharged to

ADMISSION BOOKS

Admission Books are not Admission Registers. They are books of printed forms, each form torn out and forwarded to the ward with the patient, leaving a carbon copy of the form in the book. The form gives details about the patient and various orders...

ADMISSION FORMS

These relate to The Grange. They are books of carbon copies of admission forms, issued by the City of York Welfare Committee to the Superintendent of The Grange.

ADMISSION PAPERS

This series initially comprises the handwritten letters received from medical practitioners certifying as to the mental illness of patients admitted. These are filed in chronological order (although sometimes they can be slightly out of sequence)F...

ADMISSION REGISTERS

There are various series of admission registers at different periods. Details are given under individual entries. See also RET 6/22 for similar information in the late 20th century.

ADMISSION REGISTERS

These manuscript registers cover the whole of The Grange and the hospital for some of the period (certainly up to 1948, and possibly up to the 1960s) and thereafter St Mary's Hospital only. Up to 1970 separate registers were kept for males an...

ADMISSION REGISTERS

Important Notes on Admission RegistersBOO 6/2 comprises six series of admission registers. BOO 6/2/1-3 are overlapping series, while BOO 6/2/4-6 are later series which follow on from each other, but are called by different names. The following are...

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