For anyone interested in this hospital, a small building was located on what is now Cliff Drive, east of Anthony street. Around 1909, they built a larger building on 26th street, between High and Broadway streets. Another more modern building was built at that location later. I believe the hospital was closed around 1956.
It was quite common for hospital employees to live at the hospital they were employed at. My relative was working there around 1900.
This was a typical Catholic hospital, not an institution.