Sick room

a room in which a person lies sick, or to which he is confined by sickness.

See also: Sick

References in classic literature ?
Whenever this bell rang, up started Affery, and was in the sick room before she was awake.
This whole winter, instead of being spent in study, as you promised yourself, has been consumed in my sick room.
And so it will be for him when he gets better,' said the boy, pointing towards the sick room.
As the evening light lengthened the heavy reflections of the trees in the river, another figure came with a soft step into the sick room.
His wound was carefully dressed and bandaged, and he lay languidly opening and shutting his eyes on the white window-curtains and gently-gliding figures of his sick room, like a weary child.
A moment later he said to me, as calmly as though we had been having a sick room consultation, "Seventy-two only, and in all this excitement.
Tenders are invited for Conversion of shed no 3 in to sick room & post mortem room in rpf malampuzha, palakkad.
As a favour to her sick room mate, strait-laced Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) interviews billionaire Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) for the uni newspaper.
The facilities of doctor room, common room, TV lounge, mess hall, kitchen and store at first floor, sick room, warden room and community toilets would be provided at second floor of the building.
In our happy hours of confidential intercourse, in the chearful family party, which she so ornamented, in her sick room, on her death bed & as (I hope) an inhabitant of Heaven.
I was told that I could sit in the sick room at school and dictate my answers to a member of staff," said Gwenan, a pupil at Ysgol Syr Hugh Owen.