Wilson Hospital Stories

Surrey Mirror – Friday 21 December 1934

An annexe to the Wilson Hospital, Mitcham, costing over £15,000, was opened on Saturday by Mrs. Wilson, wife of Mr. Isaac Henry Wilson, the donor. The hospital was originally opened in 1928 by the Princess Royal to accommodate 32 patients. The enlargement will be big enough to house 40 additional patients, together with the entire nursing staff, and will include out-patients’ departments, a new operating theatre. X-ray appliances, and wireless.


Daily Herald – Friday 17 November 1939

Domestic Maid required, experienced and with some knowledge cooking. Must strong and healthy Salary per annum and uniform.— Apply giving full particulars with name for reference Matron. Wilson Hospital. Mitcham,


Surrey Mirror – Friday 28 May 1937

The freedom of Mitcham was on Monday conferred on Mr. Isaac Henry Wilson, the donor of Wilson Hospital, the Garden Village Homes, and Cumberland Convalescent Home for Disabled People, costing together nearly £100,000.


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