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Beth Moses Gives Treatment Figures

Beth Hospital gave free treatment to needy persons who made approximately 60,000 visits to its dispensary in 1934, according to Dr. M. L. Dreyfus, director of the Brooklyn institution.

Insulin treatments were administered in the clinic in more than 10,000 instances, while hospital ambulances answered more than 7,000 calls.

Dr. Dreyfus will make a full report of Beth Moses’ activities at the twentieth anniversary dinner of the hospital, which will be held at the Hotel St. George on February 17, it was announced.