Christchurch Hospital viewed from Riccarton Avenue.
Exterior of the main entrance to Bethany Maternity Hospital at 34 Paparoa Street, Papanui. The hospital was managed by the Salvation Army and provided services for un-married teenage mothers.
Aerial view of the Cashmere Hills and of Coronation Hospital in the centre. Birdwood Avenue runs along the bottom right with Centaurus Road curving in front of the hills.
Aerial view of the Cashmere Hills and of Coronation Hospital towards the lower right. Centaurus Road curves in front of the hills with Bowenvale Avenue stretching along the right hand side.
Aerial view of Christchurch Hospital during construction next to Hagley Park and the Botanic Gardens between Cambridge Terrace and Riccarton Avenue. The Avon River is visible in the centre in front of...
Doctors, T. S. Weston, J. B. Jamieson, and F. T. L. Hall prepare an x-ray on a patient at Princess Margaret Hospital.
A cardiologist isolates the brachial artery and vein in a patient’s arm at Princess Margaret Hospital.
Doctors performing a by-pass vein graft on a patient at Princess Margaret Hospital.
A cardiologist threads a catheter into the artery of a patient prior to an x-ray at Princess Margaret Hospital.
Nurse, Brigadier Drummond with the new incubator with a newborn baby inside at Bethany Maternity Hospital at 34 Paparoa Street, Papanui. The hospital was managed by the Salvation Army and provided...
Aerial view of Christchurch Hospital under construction looking south west along Hagley Avenue. The Avon River runs in the foreground with Oxford Terrace. Tuam and St Asaph Streets are to the left...
A variety of hospitals, some no longer extant, have served the city of Christchurch and the wider Canterbury region. Today, the most prominent include Christchurch Hospital, Princess Margaret Hospital...
Dr P. J. Little shows H. P. Piesse an incubator in a laboratory at the department of renal medicine at Christchurch Hospital.
Mr Brian Webb, an apprentice welder, in Burwood Hospital following an accident at the factory of Andersons Ltd., where he suffered burns.
Mrs D. S. Johnston, matron at Coronation Hospital, being presented with a chair and mirror on her retirement by resident Mrs A. M. Lulham.
Mr and Mrs Robert Vernal (right) with a cradle warmer they are donating to Christchurch Hospital. Receiving the donation is the chairman of the Hospital, Dr L. C. Averill (left) and the head of the...
Two women in nurses' uniforms, seated, and one man standing, all with cups of tea in front of a brick house, part of the Cashmere Sanatorium.
Elevated view of the Cashmere Sanatorium on the Port Hills showing the open-air accommodation for patients.
The hospital wing of the Woodchester Eventide Home at 76 Banks Avenue in Dallington run by the Christchurch Presbyterian Social Services Association shortly prior to opening.
Exterior of the Queen's Jubilee Memorial Home, at 2 Jubilee Street in Woolston.
Exterior of the Mary Potter Hospice, Calvary Hospital on Caledonian Road on the corner with Bealey Avenue in Richmond.
View of the front entrance to the Mary Potter Hospice for the Aged Sick on Caledonian Road.
Residents at Coronation Hospital with the new raised garden installed for the residents on Centaurus Road in Cashmere. Pictured are, from left, Bert Castle, Dick Williams and Cyril Williams.
Residents of Jubilee Home in Woolston who are unhappy at proposals to close the home. Pictured are, from left, Mataura Chant, Melva Bruce, Elsie Beckingsale, Mary Dalziel and Edith Chant.