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Right above: Cover of the annual report of the Sint Annadal hospital 1951, beside to this the survey of the number of employees in the hospital in 1951, a total of 383. | Archive azM Right below: Cover of the annual report of the Sint Annadal hospital 1960, beside to this the survey of the number of employees in the hospital in 1960, a total of 709. | Archive azM Left: Admission tarriffs Sint Annadal hospital 1960. | Archive azM Left below: Ward 'surgical men' in the Sint Annadal hospital 1970. 192 | Archive azM a price per hospital day of 42,15 guilders. At the time of the opening in 1950, the daily rate of a stay in hospital was as low as 7.46 guilders. However, this growth on all fronts was nothing compared to what was to come. In the 1968 annual report, the board of the Sint Annadal foundation recorded that on 7 August it had announced its willingness to hand over the hospital to the minister of Education and Science to be used for the eighth Dutch faculty of medicine, which was to be established in Maastricht. beginnings of cardiac surgery. The hospital was extended almost On 9 August an overwhelming majority of the medical staff yearly, by addition of not only beds, but also laboratories, agreed to incorporation of Sint Annadal hospital in the faculty of outpatient clinics and a boarding school of nursing. In 1965, medicine, if that was a condition for the establishment of a the hospital had 597 beds, there were 11,059 hospital university at Maastricht. After drinks to celebrate the end of admissions and almost 19,000 first and 68,000 follow-up visits Sint Annadal hospital, staff cheerfully said goodbye to one in the outpatient clinic were reported. The annual accounts another with an almost academic flavour: 'goodbye professor, were balanced, with a budget of over nine million guilders and goodbye professor I will see you again tomorrow'.


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