U.S. WWII Hospital Admission Card Files, 1942-1954 record example

U.S. WWII Hospital Admission Card Files, 1942-1954

Records: 6,886,198 · Complete: 99%

The files contain records pertaining to some 5.3 million patients, mostly U.S. Army personnel wounded in battle during World War II and the Korean War. The World War II records include only Army personnel treated at Army facilities, but the Korean War records include a few records (approximately 5 percent) for non-Army personnel and non-Army treatment facilities (approximately 4 percent). The records contain various medical treatment information about each patient including diagnoses, operations, and dates and places of hospitalization. The original records do not contain the name of the hospital patient, but list military service number, age, race, sex, place of birth, rank and unit. The names of some patients were identified and added to the record by comparing the service number to other military record collections available on Ancestry. A comparison to the records on Fold3 may allow an addition to the name if the service number matches.

Source Information

"U.S. WWII Hospital Admission Card Files, 1942-1954" database with images Fold3 (https://www.fold3.com//title/1088/u-s-wwii-hospital-admission-card-files-1942-1954: accessed June 25, 2021)

Publication Title
U.S. WWII Hospital Admission Card Files, 1942-1954
Total Records
6,886,198 · Complete: 99%
Content Source
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Record Group
Record Group 112: Records of the Office of the Surgeon General (Army), 1775 - 1994
Published on Fold3
12 Jun 2020
Last Updated
20 Jun 2020
Description
U.S. WWII Hospital Admission Card Files, 1942-1954