Private patient rooms in the newly built Pavilion at the Toronto General Hospital were luxuriously equipped. Poorly timed, the Pavilion opened as the Depression deepened, and a lack of paying patients led to the hospital’s financial loss. Courtesy of the Canadian Healthcare Association. From The Canadian Hospital, Vol. 7, No. 5 (May 1930), p. 47.
Hespeler Furniture Co., Limited
Craftsmanship furniture including adjustable bedside tables, special service tables and table tops was manufactured by Canadian craftsmen for The Private Patients Pavilion — The Toronto General Hospital.