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    Historic Hospital Admission Records Project (HHARP) | HHARP

    HHARP provides access to 120,000 admission records to four children’s hospitals: three in London, the Great Ormond Street Hospital, the Evelina and the Alexandra Hip Hospital for Children, and one from the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Glasgow. Between them the databases cover a period from 1852 to 1913.

    The search fields accept the wildcard character %; so %carthy will result in McArthy, McCarthy etc. and K%l%r will result in Kelleher. Kaylor etc.

    An example record:

    Daniel Macarthy

    Admitted 14 July 1866 to Great Ormond Street Hospital

    Personal details
    Date of admission 14 July 1866
    Firstname Daniel
    Firstname Daniel
    Surname Macarthy
    Sex Male
    Year of birth 1863
    Age on admission 3 years, 0 months
    Case notes
    3 Johns Cl, Mile End Lane, London
    Registration district Mile End Old Town
    Registration subdistrict Mile End Old Town Eastern
    Admission and stay
    Institution Great Ormond Street Hospital
    Admitting doctor Mr Holmes
    Ward Not recorded
    Length of stay 25 days
    Remarks None
    Disease, outcome and discharge
    Admitted for standardised disease name
    Syphilis & sequela
    Admitted for transcribed from admission register Syphilitic impetigo
    Disease groups Venereal disease
    ICD10 codes A52.7
    What are ICD10 codes?
    Outcome Cured
    Date of discharge 08 Aug 1866
    Discharged to Not recorded
    Patient history
    Infantile disease history
    No history of infantile disease has been recorded for this admission.
    Vaccinated for smallpox? Not recorded
    Parents' names
    Occupation of Parent
    Related admissions

    We have not identified any other admissions related to this record.

  • #2
    This is a fabulous site, Nashwan. Thanks for the link.


    • #3
      Indeed it is, I have found one relative already.