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Medical Dispensary - Mill Tour
12016-09-12T10:46:15-07:00Blake Hatton668ed8e064332293f5252d57bb106581fc79a41672426plain2016-09-23T08:47:09-07:00Blake Hatton668ed8e064332293f5252d57bb106581fc79a416The Medical Dispensary was the first stop for many of the Mill's accident victims. If necessary, the victim would be transported to Corwin (now St. Mary-Corwin) hospital, but for more minor accidents such as strains and sprains, they would go to the dispensary to be evaluated on when they would be able to return to work. Apart from treating accident victims, the dispensary also performed more routine medical duties, such as vaccinations, hearing tests, and medical evaluations for sick leave. Today, the Dispensary houses the Steelworks Museum.
From here, we can go to the Administration Building or enter the Mill. What would you like to do?