Riverview Hospital blogs
Riverview Hospital --
Colony Farm -- Crease Clinic -- East Lawn -- Essondale Hospital -- Finnie's Garden
Hillside unit -- Home for the Aged-Valleyview
North Lawn -- Pennington Hall -- TreeFest -- West LawnOccupational Therapy ---- Recreation Therapy
Saturday, June 5, 2010
New use for the library
Some of the HEY building services
From the; Mental Health Services Report L12 1957-8, The Nurses' Home and School of Psychiatric Nursing Building was completed in November, 1957. It provides single-room living accomodation for 100 student nurses, together with educational facilities sufficient to meet the needs of the school for years to come.
In 1972 The BC School of Psychiatric Nursing moves from Riverview to the BC Institute of Technology . The following year sees the last graduating class from the Riverview program.
HEY Library the library was located on the main floor of the Henry Esson Young Building; now closed. Henry Esson Young, would be greatly disappointed.
CLINICAL PSYCHIATRY GRAND ROUNDS
All Rounds were held in the Hennry Esson Young Building (HEY), Auditorium "B",from 0900 - 1000 hours
Henry Esson Young
Henry Esson Young, obituaries
Rosalind Watson Young
Behind or in front of every man is a good woman.
Rosalind Watson Young (Mrs. Henry Esson Young), 933 Oliver St., Oak Bay P.O., Victoria, BC., Can.
Born Huntingdon, Quebec, 1874; daughter of Reverend James Watson, D.D., and Margaret (Lind) Watson. Rosalind was educated at the Huntingdon Academy; McGill University, BA. 1895 (first class honours in natural science, and won the Logan gold medal), MA. 1901; married in Victoria, B.C., 1904, to Henry Esson Young, B.A., M.D., LL.D.;Author: A History and Geography of British Columbia,(PDF) with Maria Lawson in 1906, used as a textbook in the school system for many years.; Mining in Atlin, B.C. in 1908. A member of the Canadian Mining Institute, Institution of Mining Engineers. University Women’s Club, Women’s Canadian Club, St. Andrew’s Ladies’ Aid, Alexandra Club (Victoria, B.C.). Recreations: Reading, walking, motoring, traveling. Presbyterian. Favours woman suffrage.