Medicine -- Practice -- Accounting
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS 2/260
Scope and Contents Ledger documenting medical practice of J. F. Miles in Hinesburgh, Vt., 1848-1860. Includes accounts with Town of Hinesburgh and payment of medical fees with goods and services.
Dates: 1848 - 1860
Identifier: MSS 2/316
Scope and Contents The collection contains four daybooks, 1824-1873 (Bulk 1837-1852), and two account books, 1826-1850, documenting the medical practice of Jason Howard Ames in Bradford, N.H. and the surrounding area. Items found interleaved in the volumes were removed and placed in folders. The daybooks list the patient and the services rendered and their cost. A brief description of the service provided is included. One daybook, (dates), has a name index. Notable services rendered include reduction of a...
Dates: 1824 - 1873; Majority of material found within 1826 - 1852
Identifier: MSS 2/284
Scope and Contents Volume documenting medical practice of Job Leonard in Windham Co., Vt., 1814-1821; some accounts settled as late as 1823. Begins in ledger format, then changes to daybook format in Dec. 1817. Lists patient name, reason for visit, prescriptions, and settlement of accounts. Includes supplementary folder of receipts and miscellaneous financial papers, 1818-1843.
Dates: 1814 - 1843; Majority of material found within 1814 - 1821
Identifier: MSS 2/216
Scope and Contents Ledger documenting medical practice of physician R. H. Patterson in Somerset Co., Pa., from 1844 to 1849. Each account contains chronological list of charges and payments; several accounts remained unsettled until 1852. Many patients identified by profession or relationship to other individuals. Ledger also includes notes on volumes loaned to other physicians by R. H. Patterson.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1844 - 1849
Samuel Hutchins Notes on lectures from Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital and physician's daybook
Identifier: MSS 2/130
Scope and Contents Notes taken by Samuel Hutchins on lectures at Harvard Medical School and clinics at Massachusetts General Hospital, 1839 Jan. 10-1839 Feb. 5 (pp. 1-123), and Hutchins’ daybook from medical practice in Norton, Mass., 1841 Apr. 25-1841 Aug. 14 (pp. 124-129). Lecturers are: Jacob Bigelow on clinical medicine and materia medica; Walter Channing on midwifery; George Hayward on surgery; and John Ware on theory and practice of physic.
Dates: 1839 - 1841
Identifier: MSS 2/247
Scope and Contents Daybook of physician practicing in Gardiner, Me., and surrounding Kennebec County area, 1 Dec. 1865-20 June 1874. Internal evidence suggests volume documents medical practice of Thaddeus Hildreth. Several accounts charged for vaccinations and examinations of patients for life insurance companies. Includes farm and household accounts and monthly tallies of charges and fees collected. Includes pension examination reports on Civil War veterans with case histories, 1869-1870.
Dates: 1865 - 1874
Identifier: MSS 2/281
Scope and Contents Ledger documenting medical practice of Thomas B. Anderson in Hanover and Caroline counties, Va., 1842-1843; some accounts settled as late as 1845. Lists patients, occupation, reason for visit, prescriptions, and settlement of accounts. Includes daybook, 1843 Jan. 1-Mar. 11. Several patients were slaves and plantation overseers.
Dates: 1842 - 1845; Majority of material found within 1842 - 1843
Identifier: MSS 2/180
Scope and Contents Accounts for W. E. Booth’s private medical practice in Danbury, Conn., and surrounding Fairfield Co., 1850-1855. Index to patient names included.
Dates: 1850 - 1855
Identifier: MSS 2/326
Scope and Contents The collection consists of an account book, 1872-1883, kept by physician William Brower, 1842-1919. Accounts are recorded under the names of individuals, and the volume has a name index. Entries under each account list the services rendered and their cost, who received the service, and any payments made. The bulk of entries list only visit as the service, but more description, such as vaccination, is occasionally provided.
Dates: 1872 - 1883
Identifier: MSS 2/310
Scope and Contents Daybook,  Mar. 6-1756 Nov. 30, documenting medical practice in Hebron, Conn.; attributed to physician William Sumner. Daybook lists patient name, fee, and reason for visit; some accounts settled as late as 1761. Occasional personal financial transactions included. Pages 1-2 lacking. Also includes 1764 Mar. 23 note of William Sumner and 1768 Feb. 11 bond of Benajmin Sumner to William and Hannah Sumner.
Dates: 1754 - 1756