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The Daily Dispatch: January 15, 1861., [Electronic resource], The National crisis. (search)
The Daily Dispatch: January 15, 1861., [Electronic resource], Message from the
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Infirmary of the Medical College. --This Institution, situated at the corner of Marshall and College streets, is fully provided for the accommodation of both White persons and Negroes, requiring medical treatment. White Persons who desire it, can be furnished with Private rooms, where they will enjoy every comfort and convenience. The accommodations for Slaves, as heretofore, are ample, and the attention of owners of negroes, both in the city and country, is again invited to the great advantages afforded by the infirmary for the Medical and Surgical treatment of this class of patients. Lying-in Women are also received and carefully attended to. All patients are under the care of the Professors of the College, who visit the wards daily, aided by an efficient corps of assistants. In cases of difficulty, a consultation of the Professors is held, without extra charge to the patient. The charges for Medical Attendance, Board, Nursing and Medicine are as foll
Infirmary of St. Francis de sales, Brooke Avenue, Richmond Va. --Conducted by the Sisters of Charity Patients of all denominations, not having small-pox or any other contagious disease, are received. Any physician may send his patients to the Infirmary and attend them. White persons, in private rooms, pay from $7 to $12 per week, and in wards $6. Colored persons $5 per week. Physicians and Surgeons.--Doctors St. G. Peachy, D. Thomas, J. S. Dorsey Cullen. se 5--ts