This hospital opened in 1916 for Polio, Diphtheria, and Scarlet Fever patients.  In 1920 the Small Pox pavilion was completed. The Tuberculosis pavilion was opened in 1922.  At that time these diseases were highly contagious.  The hospital became known as Bergen Pines in 1923.  The nine story general hospital building was built in 1952.  The hospital exists today as the New Bridge Medical Center that has contributed to the fight against Corona Virus.  The photo shows the hospital complex as it existed in 1929.