Hospital of Woman’s Medical College of Baltimore

Founded: Established and incorporated 1882
Location: Corner McCulloh and Hoffman Streets, Baltimore, MD

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1894
    Notes: HOSPITAL OF THE WOMEN’S MEDICAL COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE, was incorporated in 1882, and is situated on the corner of McCullph and Hoffman streets, Baltimore. It has accomodations for twenty-five patients. The number treated since the establishment of the hospital is 934. The number of out-door patients is 23,238. The majority of the in-door patients are admitted owing to injuries and surgical diseases; railroad, machinery, and other accidents. The cost of the present building was $6,5000. The General Assembly of 1892 appropriated the sum of $1,500 annually, upon the condition that the said hospital should receive from each county in the State and from each legislative district in Baltimore City, one free patient at a time each year upon the certificate of the County Commissioners of each county, and the Board of Health of the city of Baltimore.
    Source: Message of Frank Brown, Governor of Maryland, to the General Assembly at its Regular Session, January, 1894 Baltimore: Wm. J.C. Dullany Company: 88
  • Dates: 1901
    Notes: Woman’s Medical College, Hospital of the, formerly the Good Samaritan Hospital (Estab. and incorp. 1882), corner McCulloh and Hoffman Sts. Office, 1030 McCulloh St. Telephone, C&P, Madison 121-m. A general hospital. No limitations upon admission, but a physician’s certificate is desirable. Application for admission should be made to the resident physician, or to Dr. Kintzing, 1818 north Charles St., chairman. There are 30 beds, some are free. Visitors are admitted Thursday and Sunday afternoons. State appropriation (1901), $1500, giving a free bed for each county of Maryland and for each legislative district of Baltimore.
    Source: Charity Organization Society, Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore together with Legal Suggestions, Etc. Baltimore: : 58