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[source: Polk's Portland City Directory. 1924, Volume LIX. Portland, Oregon: R. L. Polk & Co., 1924. page 1806]
A quiet, refined Home Sanitarium and Hospital at the service of Physicians for Medical, Convalescing, ante and post-hospital patients requiring treatment and conditioning; comprising stomach and intestinal complications as well as the Duodenal Ulcer, for which, accurate Sippi treatment may be received; states of simple depression and exhaustion requiring Rest, Hygiene, Massage, Specialized Dietetics, and approved Hydrotherapy combining the Nauheim Treatment and Medical Gymnastics when desired. All minutiae and specific procedures governed by correct psychical and physical factors essential to prompt return to health. Patients must be under medical supervision during sojourn in hospital.
Commercial and Stanton Streets, Phone WAlnut 5930
Richard B. Dillehunt, M. D.
Training School for Nurses in Connection
Very Reasonable Prices for Maternity and Surgical Cases. Good Service
Phone Walnut 0166 or Atwater 5975
1095 Williams Ave.
616 Lovejoy Street
Under the Auspices of Protestant Episcopal Church of the Diocese of Oregon
Founded by the Late The Rt. Rev. B. Wistar Morris, D. D., Episcopal Bishop of Oregon
Corner Twenty-Third and Marshall Sts. - Portland, Oregon
Miss Emily L. Loveridge,
Hospital Rates $14 to $18 per week in wards.
If occupying private rooms $21 to $56 per week.
There are several endowed beds, which enable the Hospital to provide for the care of Free Patients.
Is situation in a beautiful grove of cedar, fir and dogwood trees, at the head of the famous Terwilliger Boulevard, overlooking the city, mountains, river, and affording a pastoral setting of rare beauty and quietude.
Dr. Edward Allen Pierce, Medical Director
1208 Stevens Building
Six miles south of Portland in a grove of fir and cedar on a rock bluff towering 300 feet above the Willamette river, commanding a picturesque view of the river, city and surrounding mountains.
The exclusive treatment of tuberculosis by the careful application of the most modern physical, dietetic, hygienic and specific procedures.
Artificial Penumothorax and Tuberculin in suitable cases: X-ray and Laboratory facilities. Individual Cottages with steam heated dressing rooms, hot and cold running water and shower and tub baths. Trained Nurses. Certified milk from tuberculin tested herd.
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Drs. Ralph C. and Ray W. Matson and Marr Bisaillon
Medical Directors Portland Open Air Sanatorium
1021 Corbett Bldg. -- Portland, Oregon
Conducted by the
Western Oregon Conference of Seventh-Day
J. W. Norwood, President -- W. B. Holden, M. D., Superintendent
Medical, Surgical and Maternity Hospital
Located on the western slope of Mount Tabor, at Belmont and East 60th Streets, amid quiet surroundings and with a magnificent view of the city and surrounding mountains. Employs the rational methods in the treatment of disease, which have made the Seventh-Day Adventist sanitariums famous throughout the world. Thoroughly equipped treatment rooms provide the most modern facilities for the scientific application of hydrotherapeutic and electrical treatments.
No contagious diseases are admitted.