Réseau canadien du patrimoine juif

HERZL DISPENSARY/HEALTH CLINIC/HEALTH SERVICES CENTER.

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Collection
HERZL DISPENSARY/HEALTH CLINIC/HEALTH SERVICES CENTER.
Niveau de description
Fonds
Collation
1.66 metres of textual records. - 3.36 metres of textual records.
No du fonds
I0028
Portée et contenu
Minute books (1918-1942). Operations register (1914-1943). First meeting report (1913). Reports for Quebec Treasury and Health Dept. (1925-1933). Annual reports. Reports (monthly and otherwise, 1941-1952). Financial records (1941-1953). Medical history files and social worker reports (1930s-1950s).…
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
Collection
HERZL DISPENSARY/HEALTH CLINIC/HEALTH SERVICES CENTER.
Niveau de description
Fonds
Collation
1.66 metres of textual records. - 3.36 metres of textual records.
Portée et contenu
Minute books (1918-1942). Operations register (1914-1943). First meeting report (1913). Reports for Quebec Treasury and Health Dept. (1925-1933). Annual reports. Reports (monthly and otherwise, 1941-1952). Financial records (1941-1953). Medical history files and social worker reports (1930s-1950s). Various medical forms (mostly children, 1941-1959). Various medical reports (1956). Patient's register (1954-1955). Case files for Mount Sinai Sanatorium (1954 and circa). Scrapbook: clinical reports, statistics, correspondence and clippings (1912-1923). Annual reports (1967-1971). History and background of dispensary, including Yiddish clippings (1912, copies).
Dates ultimes
1912-1988.
No du fonds
I0028
Notice biographique / histoire administrative
The Herzl Dispensary was founded in Montreal in 1912 to provide free medical care for the Jewish poor, and the opportunity for them to be treated in their own language by Jewish doctors. It was the first Jewish medical institution in Montreal, and began as an out-patient clinic (with minor surgery also done). It developed a children's clinic, dental clinic, a preventative medicine program, and well-being clinics for children and adults. In 1974, it was incorporated into the Jewish General Hospital as the Herzl Family Practice Centre, featuring family medicine, care for the elderly, pregnant women, and infants, and extensive psychiatric and social work care for its patients. It is also a training centre for doctors.
Notes
MB 3.Yiddish and English.Some of the files are restricted."Federation of Jewish Philanthropies". Computer listings.
Archives / Généalogie
Archival Descriptions
Dépôt d'archives
Canadian Jewish Archives
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