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The Hospital for Sick Children at Great Ormond Street in London was England first in-patient children’s hospital. [http://www.smallandspecial.org/ Small and Special] is an online collection of resources, including a database to admission records, 1852-1914. You can learn about a patient or medical staff member.
 
The Hospital for Sick Children at Great Ormond Street in London was England first in-patient children’s hospital. [http://www.smallandspecial.org/ Small and Special] is an online collection of resources, including a database to admission records, 1852-1914. You can learn about a patient or medical staff member.
  
A search in the admission records is free. Some information can only be viewed by registered users. Search for a name. A list of results appears. When you click on a name, you will personal details; residence; admission and stay; disease, outcome and discharge.
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A search in the admission records is free. Search for a name and a list of results appears. Click on a name and you can see:
  
For an example of the search results, look for Alice Johnson.<br><br>
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* Personal details
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* Residence
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* Admission and stay
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* Disease, outcome and discharge.
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Registration is free. Once you are registered, you can see additional information. For an example of the search results, look for Alice Johnson.<br><br>

Revision as of 23:36, 14 December 2007

The Hospital for Sick Children at Great Ormond Street in London was England first in-patient children’s hospital. Small and Special is an online collection of resources, including a database to admission records, 1852-1914. You can learn about a patient or medical staff member.

A search in the admission records is free. Search for a name and a list of results appears. Click on a name and you can see:

  • Personal details
  • Residence
  • Admission and stay
  • Disease, outcome and discharge.

Registration is free. Once you are registered, you can see additional information. For an example of the search results, look for Alice Johnson.