KING EDWARD VII CONVALESCENT HOME
FOR OFFICERS AND CADETS OF
THE NAVY, ROYAL MARINES, ARMY,
AND AIR FORCE
TERMS : 4/6 to 6/- per day incSusive
Massage All forms of Electricity Ultra-Violet Rays Special
Dieting Golf Course In the Grounds Hard Tennis Court
Badminton Sailing Bathing, etc.
Officers on the Active List travelling from or to their ships, when on full fay, or
from or to a Naval Hospital, are eligible to travel by rail at Government expense.
Retired Officers and Officers of the Reserve of Officers of the Royal Navy
and Royal Marines are eligible for admission provided that the accommodation
is not required by Officers or Civil Servants on the Active List.
Private hostel in grounds of Osborne House for relatives of patients
For Booklet and Terms of Admission apply: —
HOUSE GOVERNOR, OSBORNE HOUSE
EAST COWES ISLE OF WIGHT
Telephone : COWES 251.
THE FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE HOSPITAL
19, LISSON GROVE, LONDON, N.W.j
This Hospital was founded in 1850 by VISCOUNTESS CANNING and organised
by MISS FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE, who acted as the First Lady Superintendent
before she left for the Crimea.
Its object is to provide gratuitous medical and surgical treatment for ladies of
limited means,. Governesses, Artists, Hospital Nurses and relatives of the Clergy,
Naval, Military and Professional Men.
Patients are attended by eminent Physicians and Surgeons from the Staffs of
the leading London Hospitals.
The income is derived from patients' fees, which vary from £2 2s. to £4 4s. per
week, equalling about half of the total expenditure, and from investments which
bring in about £300. The Balance of some £3,000 has to be made up by annual
subscriptions and donations.
Any further particulars, together with forms for admission, and the Report for the
current year can be obtained from the Lady Superintendent at the above address.