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From our visit to Fort Davis, Texas
Journaling: With a second ward added in 1884, the post hospital could accommodate up to 24 patients. It was normally staffed by a post surgeon, hospital steward, soldier-nurses, a cook or cooks, and a matron. The post surgeon rarely performed surgery. Soldiers suffered mainly from diseases and accidental injuries, not from battle wounds. The building has a central walkway with interpretive signs and interactive exhibits.
We spent some time here walking the central walkway and reading the signs. The signs were about specific patients, what they had suffered from, and if they lived or died. It was fascinating!