Tag: Chester Fire House
In 1955, the Mendham-Chester Tribune announced that the N.J. State Department of Health and local boards of health, in cooperation with the Morris County Tuberculosis and Health Association, would offer a free chest X-ray to each local citizen 18 years and older. The Fire House in Chester hosted the testing.
In 1955, the New Jersey Department of Health offered Chester area residents free chest X-rays. The Morris County Tuberculosis and Health Association conducted the screenings at the Chester Fire House via a mobile X-ray unit. Source: The Mendham-Chester Tribune