London - 1801 - ????
Founded as the Institution for the Care and Prevention of Contagious Fevers in 1801, opening in 1802 on Gray's Inn Road.
Langford Millington appears as one of Vice-Presidents (with the Bishop of Durham Lord Sheffield, Walter Farquhar and William Wilberforce) of a new London institution to address contagious fevers, following a meeting in May 1801 of the Society for Bettering the Condition and Increasing the Comfort of the Poor. The new entity was the precursor of the London Fever Hospital, opening in 1802 at Gray's Inn Road as the Institution for the Care and Prevention of Contagious Fevers.