Henley and Wallingford Joint Smallpox Hospital
The hospital was founded in 1904, funded by several local authorities. It was also called South Chilterns Joint Hospital (1929-1930) and Whitelands Hospital. It seems to have closed in about 1930; certainly it did not survive the coming of the National Health Service in 1948.
Records of Henley and Wallingford Joint Smallpox Hospital
There are no records at Oxfordshire Health Archives.
Oxfordshire History Centre has the following in the Henley Rural District Council records:
Letter book of the Hospital Board 1904-1921 [ref: RDC XII/i/1]
Agreement to admit Goring RDC into the management of the hospital 1915 [ref: RDC XII/ii]
Last updated: 14 November, 2018