In an earlier post, I directed Mr. Lake to the Troup Archives. They have apparently processed the copies of the records they purchased from the Stout collection. The link below references a newsletter article at the Archives about the collection.
The hospitals under Stout's supervision did move often depending on the action near their location. For example, St. Mary's opened in Dalton, GA. In 1863 it moved to LaGrange, GA. In 1864 it moved to Union Springs, Al,then to Meridian, MS and finally to West Point, MS.
Stout was apparently ahead of his time in his demand that his hospital units meet strict standards for cleanliness and ventilation.