FOR CORNISH HOSPITAL
THE latest ideas in medical building and equipment have been incorporated in a new
The new block is a three-storey building connected to the main hospital by a bridge. It comprises nurses rooms, and lecture rooms on the ground floor ; theatre, anaesthetising, sterilising and changing rooms on the first floor ; ward, kitchen, duty rooms and bathrooms on the top floor.
Mr. Reid. who invited Lord St. Levan to perform the formal opening, said the new operating theatre
was really luxurious. Designed by Messrs. Bazeley and Barbary of Penzance. it was started only two
Lord St. Levan said that he had known St. Michael's Hospital for nearly 30 years. He was glad of an opportunity of expressing the thanks of all ex-patients for the medical care, wonderful humanity. and kindness with which all patients were treated.
Some £30,000 of the needed has been raised-a able achievement in these the Welfare Stale.
£70,000 remarkdays of
Mrs. Marion Pearce, Chairman of the Friends of St. Michael's, presented a cheque for £300 to the Sisters-the Daughters of the Cross-which had been raised in St. Ives. The Mayor of St. Ives presented a cheque for £300 which had been raised by the St. Ives Carnival Committee.