Hospital will undertake the treatment of all such cases as before the War

Maidenhead Hospital was getting back to normal.

8th August 1919

It was proposed by Dr. Moore, seconded by Revd T. Lewis and resolved that

As this Hospital is now again in a position to attend to throat, ear, nose and nervous cases, which, owing to the exigencies of the War were temporarily undertaken elsewhere, the Secretary to the Education Committee be informed that this Hospital will undertake the treatment of all such cases as before the War.

Maidenhead Cottage Hospital governors’ minutes (D/H1/1/2)

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