Catalogue description Ellison Hall Infirmary, Hebburn

This record is held by Tyne and Wear Archives

Details of HO.EH
Reference: HO.EH
Title: Ellison Hall Infirmary, Hebburn

HO.EH1/1-9 Governors and committees minutes, 1902 - 1943


HO.EH/2/1-6 Plans, 1937 - 1938


HO.EH/6/1-2 Inpatients registers [accidents], 1912 - 1931


HO.EH/3/1-2 Admission and discharge registers, inpatients other than accidents, 1939 - 1974


HO.EH/4 Outpatient register, 1945 - 1965


HO.EH/7 X-ray registration, 1937 - 1949


HO.EH/5/1-3 Inventories, 1952 - 1975

Date: 1902-1975
Held by: Tyne and Wear Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Ellison Hall Infirmary, Hebburn

Physical description: 7 SERIES
Immediate source of acquisition:

Accessions 2242 (part), 2788 (part) and T415 (part)

  • Health services
  • Clinical medicine
  • Nursing
  • Patients
  • Health policy
  • Diseases
  • Medical sciences
  • Preventive medicine
Administrative / biographical background:

Also known as Hebburn Hall Infirmary and Hebburn Hall Accident Infirmary. A lease of Hebburn Hall was taken in 1897 to convert it into an infirmary and it opened that year with 24 beds. It was maintained by voluntary subscriptions until 1948 when it was incorporated into the National Health Service. Beds were increased to 27 for general and ear, nose and throat surgery.

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