HISTORY: In January of 1885 (same month, 126 years ago) a medical board meeting was held in Camden of New Jersey in United States, for the purpose of establishing an institution where sudden accidents could be cared for homoeopathically and where Homeopathic treatment can be given to poor people. As result of this successful attempt, the West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital opened in spring of 1885 for the purpose of giving relief to the sick who were poor. Generous financial gifts from people of the town, made further expansion possible. Then on April 30th of 1891, the ├óÔé¼┼ôWest Jersey Homeopathic Dispensary and Hospital Association├óÔé¼┬Ø was formed. Nine trustees were elected and another property at 5th Street was rented as a dispensary for $18 per month.
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