The Finsbury Dispensary was a charitable dispensary dispensing medical treatment to the poor in Finsbury, London. It was founded in 1780 by a quaker, one George Friend. It operated from various premises during its existence in the 19th century, notably, between 1819 and 1838 it occupied a large, well-appointed house in St. John's Street, at which premise it is sometimes called the New Finsbury Dispensary.
A number of well-known surgeons and physicians worked at the Finsbury Dispensary. These include;
- John Andree (appointed 1781)
- William Charles Wells (appointed 1790)
- Charles Aldis
- Golding Bird (appointed 1836)
- James Paget (appointed 1841)