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Beth-El Hospital, with the National Deaconess Sanitarium, evolved into Memorial Hospital. Francis Hospital was a hospital that had a sanatorium in its three building complex.Union Printers Home and the Modern Woodmen Tuberculosis Sanatorium, now Mount Saint Francis, are going concerns with skilled nursing care.During World War II, medicines were developed that successfully treated tuberculosis and by the late 1940s specialized tuberculosis treatment facilities were no longer needed.Several of the facilities evolved into hospitals or medical facilities: Glockner Tuberculosis Sanatorium evolved into Penrose Hospital.The sisters carried on their duties at the hospital and performed fund-raising to support the hospital and programs to provide food for the hungry.Sister Mary Hermana Meschede was the superior from 1890 to 1893. Francis Hospital grew to have three connected buildings.The Bellevue Sanitarium opened in 1890 on Institute Street near St. It was founded by a group of physicians and the house physician was Dr. Founded in 1912, it treated tuberculosis and had 35 beds. Francis Hospital, built in 1887, was the city's first hospital.It was located at Pikes Peak Avenue and Prospect Street and among other health issues, it treated tuberculosis. Francis of Perpetual Adoration of Lafayette, Indiana, came to Colorado Springs to provide medical aid to the new city.
Her sister, also a nurse, assisted in the management of the home.
He hired brothers Archie and Angus Gillis to design the building, and was involved in the detailed planning meetings.
The green sandstone used in the construction of the castle's walls was quarried nearby. Father Francolon invited the Sisters of Mercy to use his home for a tuberculosis treatment facility. In 1900, it became the National Deaconess Sanitarium, sponsored by the Methodist Church.
It administered care to employees of the Chicago and Rock Island Railroad and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and provided medical services to the greater public.
Physicians and the Sisters treated a wide range of illness and injuries.
The facility had 10 rooms, all with sleeping porches, and treated patients with tuberculosis.