Minutes of Meetings of House Committee – 1926 1935
Mrs Bowen spoke very strongly against Nurse Tanner
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admitted 21 March and assessed at her Insurance.
was re-admitted 22 March and assessed at 21/- a week as before.
of Quarry Barton was admitted 25 March at 15/- a week, pending enquiries being made as to her husband’s being on the Contributory Hospital Scheme.
asked for permission to destroy old bills and un-necessary documents. Agreed.
was interviewed & it was decided to engage a second Nurse
from tonight till Saturday
was due to arrive.
the resigning Matron
, was asked to come and say goodbye to the Committee.;
and she gave
some help in the various arrangements of the hospital.
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