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mental hospital

n.
A psychiatric hospital.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mental hospital - a hospital for mentally incompetent or unbalanced personmental hospital - a hospital for mentally incompetent or unbalanced person
hospital, infirmary - a health facility where patients receive treatment
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This offer was made during a condolence reference in memory of the victims held at Mental Hospital Peshawar that was attended by Medical Superintendent (MS), Masoodur Rehman, doctors, psychologists and staff in large number on Monday.
Anglesey theatre company Cwmni'r Fran Wen responded to a request by psychiatric doctors in Bangor to look into some of the medical records of the old mental hospital in Denbigh, with the aim of using theatre to tell a story.
Chloe is disturbed on hearing the prospect of mental hospital and to give her peace Kevin tells her that her thought process is being hampered by the sadness of Newman's death.
Twelve years later he escaped from custody in Dundrum Central Mental Hospital.
Speaking at a public meeting in Gurgaon's Ram Leela ground, Sharma said, " Sonia Gandhi opened a mental hospital ( autism centre) in Gurgaon on women's day which is not required here.
A local campaign group fighting to save the hospital argued that other Victorian and Edwardian mental hospitals have been successfully converted to houses and apartments.
The military court appointed earlier a lawyer that we do not know, who requested Maikel's referral to a mental hospital.
In May, Life published Maisel's disturbing overview of mental hospitals across the country.
The Junction City area is supposed to get two big state installations, a mental hospital and a prison.
A DAMNING new report has slammed mental hospitals across the country as filthy, with patients being given too many drugs.
Speculation has surrounded the future use of the Victorian era complex, since it closed as a mental hospital in 1995.
Like Burnett, sheriffs across Texas are increasingly frustrated and worried about the ever-decreasing amount of bed space available at state mental hospitals.

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