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white star RMS Titanic -  The Hospital


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To view Titanic's cargo manifest, crew and passenger lists please visit the PURSERS OFFICE



D deck-hospital


Titanic’s hospital was located on D-deck on the starboard side of the ship, The medical facilities on the Titanic were very good and the ship was equipped with a large assortment of medical instruments and medicines, Dr. O'Loughlin was the senior surgeon of the White Star Line and had previously worked on the RMS Olympic.

Medicines on board the ship included Creosote used for severe vomiting and for toothaches, Spirit of Chloroform used to relieve stomach pain and flatulence and Lead and Opium Pills useful for diarrhoea and stomach and bowel bleeding, contain one grain of opium.

The crew surgery was located on C- deck under the forecastle in the bow of the ship.

During the final moments of titanic’s demise Dr. Henry William Frauenthal who was the ships orthopaedic surgeon made a dramatic escape by jumping from the deck into lifeboat number 5, he landed on a first class passenger Mrs Annie May Stengel breaking two of her ribs and knocking her unconscious, Despite this Mrs Stengel survived the ordeal and was taken on board the Carpathia along with Dr Frauenthal and other survivors.



places to explore on this Deck



Crew Accomodation         1st Class Reception Room          1st Class Dining Room        


Saloon Deck-D                 Second Class Dining Room          1st and 2nd Class Galley


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Titanic Facts

One way Ticket: The cost of a one way ticket on the titanic were First Class (parlor suite) £870/$4,350 ($83,200 today)
First Class (berth) £30/$150 ($2975 today)
Second Class £12/$60 ($1200 today)
Third Class £3 to £8/$40 ($298 to $793 today)

Speed: of the Titanic at point of impact with the iceburg 20.5 knots (approx 23mph)

Titanic's Route :
Southampton, England (departure)
Cherbourg, France
Queenstown, Ireland
New York City, USA (never arrived)