From the Richmond Dispatch, 6/10/1862, p. 3, c. 6
MEDICAL COLLEGE HOSPITAL,
This Hospital is under the management of the Faculty of the Medical College, and is provided with every comfort and facility for the accommodation and treatment of the sick and wounded.
Comfortable private rooms furnished to those who may desire them. The attention of strangers sojourning in the city or vicinity is especially called to the advantages thus offered to them, when compelled by disease or injury to seek medical or surgical aid.
Seperate wards for the reception of colored patients.
No case of insanity, or of small-pox, or other infectious disease, can be admitted.
(including Medical and Surgical Treatment, Medicine, Nursing, Board, and Washing)
In public wards
.$6 per week
All charges payable on the removal of the patient.
President Prof. L. S. JOYNES.
Persons in the country desiring to send patients to the Hospital may address either the President or the Steward.
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