Metropolitan Asylums Board and its work, 1867-1930.

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The hospital was founded by the Metropolitan Asylums Board in Darenth near Dartford in Kent as Darenth School for children with learning disabilities on 18 November By it housed over 1, children and adults and included Darenth part of the site has become the Darenth Industrial Trading Colony, and the institution was becoming almost self-sufficient in Lists: Hospitals in England.

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The Metropolitan Asylums Board (MAB), curiously named to modern ears, was formed in under the Metropolitan Poor Act to provide for the reception and relief of the London rate-aided poor suffering from smallpox, fever or "insanity" throughout a newly formed " Metropolitan Asylum District" composed of all the unions and parishes of the by: The Imbeciles Asylum, Leavesden [Bibliography] The Imbeciles Asylum at Leavesden was one of the first institutions erected by the Metropolitan Asylums Board which had been set up in to administer care for certain categories of the sick poor in metropolitan London.

The MAB's initial plans comprised new smallpox and fever hospitals at Stockwell, Homerton and Hampstead, together with asylums. The Metropolitan Asylums Board or Board of of the Metropolitan Aslum District, also referred to as the MAB/M.A.B., was an authority entrusted with the building and management of large infirmaries and institutions for the treatment of the sick poor of the entire London area.

It was funded a common poor rate across the capital, and initially had responsibility for those suffering from smallpox. Title(s): The Metropolitan Asylums Board and its work, Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Description: p.

plates Language: English Other Subject(s): Metropolitan Asylums Board (London, England). NLM ID: [Book]. England's first state hospitals and the Metropolitan Asylums Board, Ayers, Gwendoline M (Hospitals, Hospitals.) From the Wellcome Library’s digital collections.

Wellcome Library is currently closed to the public. During the current COVID pandemic, Wellcome Collection is closed. The Metropolitan Asylums Board and its work,compiled by Sir Allan Powell.

The Board, ( MAB) Middlesex County Council: Reports of committeesincluding annual reports of the County Medical Officer of Health for.

The Imbeciles Asylum, Caterham [Bibliography] The Imbeciles Asylum at Caterham was one of the first institutions erected by the Metropolitan Asylums Board which had been set up in to administer care for certain categories of the sick poor in metropolitan London.

The MAB's initial plans comprised new smallpox and fever hospitals at Stockwell, Homerton and Hampstead, together with asylums. The Metropolitan Asylums Board (MAB) The most comprehensive account of the history of the MAB and its institutions is still probably Gwendoline Ayers’ book ‘England’s First State Hospitals and the Metropolitan Asylums Board ’, available as a.

The earlier history of the town offers no clues as to why this happened. Tracing the developments of the 11 hospitals over the year period reveals the role of three powerful bodies establishing facilities to meet the needs of Londoners: the City of London Corporation, the Metropolitan Asylums Board and London County : Nick Black.

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England's first state hospitals and the Metropolitan Asylums Board,(Publications of the Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine, new ser., v. 19) by Ayers, Gwendoline M and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at An account of the nature and intention of the Lock-Hospital near Hyde-Park-Corner, the proceedings of the governors and the improvements lately adopted with an abstract of its income and expenditure and the state of its finances at Lady Day to which is added, An account of the Lock Asylum for the reception of penitent female patients when discharged cured from the hospital.

Then, State provision through Workhouse Infirmaries (Poor Law Hospitals) (), Military Hospitals (), The Metropolitan Asylums Board (), and the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) during the Second World War are described. Powell (Sir Allan), C.B.E.

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