Gray’s Sanitarium/Gray Gables
Taken from “The Headlight” no date given.
Submitted by: Robert Kingrey
This institution is one, which should deserve special mention in writing up the various and diversified interests in Ironton. It is a sanitarium in every sense of the word, and its equipment is all that could be desired or expected. It is a place for curables, and the patients are not a lot of disgruntled, dissatisfied people who have no hope or ambition: but on the contrary, are fully alive to the comforts and conveniences of this home-like institution, and they may feel assured that everything is being done to insure speedy recovery.
The special feature is the treatment of diseases of women, in which Dr. Gray has been particularly successful. The sanitarium is situated very pleasantly, indeed, and to the casual observer it seems an ideal place in which to live.
Dr. Gray has practiced medicine for 26 years, having been located in Ironton since 1882. He graduated in a course of medicine from the Miami College, Medical which was supplemented by a course of lectures taken in King College Hospital, and St. Bartholomew’s College Hospital, London, England, in 1881-82. The doctor has a wide circle of friends and acquaintances who take pleasure in knowing that he has been successful in his venture and who join with the Headlight in wishing him greater success in the future.