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Selby, Ada

Biographical

Registration number1138
SurnameSelby
First name(s)Ada
Address(es)

13, West Smithfield EC

Date of registration2 May 1890
Qualifications

Stockwell Fever Hospital 1882-1884; St Bartholomew's Hospital 1884-1890

Remarks

Withdrawn July 10th 1903

Personal details

Additional personal details

1892 address (Register of Nurses) Epping House, Little Berkhampsted, Herts

Professional details

Work experience

NURSING RECORD AND HOSPITAL WORLD, NURSING ECHOES, AUGUST 7 1897 PAGE 110 It is, therefore, a pleasure to announce that a new home for private nurses has lately been opened by Miss Ada Selby, herself an accomplished and successful private nurse of many years' esperience, at 24, Eastbourne Terrace, just opposite Paddington Station, and on the direct omnibus route for every part of London. We have had the pleasure of inspecting this Home, and found it cheerfully furnished been prettily decorated and furnished, and fitted with & -tight cases, in many of which already interesting exhibits are to be seen. HOMES, & c. RESIDENTIAL HOME for NURSES, for those visiting London, or working on their own account 24 Eastbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, W. 21s. per week or 3s. 6d. per day. omnibuses to all parts.Near Great Western Station, Apply Miss Ada Selby. C5168 HOMES, & c. VOL 23, The Nursing Record, 1899 RESIDENTIAL HOME FOR Nurses, worklng on their own account, or those visiting London Moderate rates , or those visiting London, 24, Eastbourne Terrace, Hyde Park, W. Near Great Western Station, and omnibuses to all parts. Apply MISS ADA SELBY. c4138

Sources

Register of Trained Nurses 1892 and Register of Nurses (RBNA 4/1) - Royal British Nurses' Association Records, King's College London Archives Nursing Record and Hospital World

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