convalescent home


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convalescent home

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I had been invalided home from the Front; and, after spending some months in a rather depressing Convalescent Home, was given a month's sick leave.
An appreciative listener is always stimulating, and I described, in a humorous manner, certain incidents of my Convalescent Home, in a way which, I flatter myself, greatly amused my hostess.
It was sold in 1946 to the Merseyside Hospitals Council, and the house became known as the John Braddock Convalescent Home while the Mary Bamber Convalescent Centre was built in the grounds in the 1960s.
In 1917 it became a convalescent home, taking patients from Dudley Road Hospital, Selly Oak Hospital and the Public Assistance Department.
As Straw Before the Wind,' by Felix Racelis, depicts the life of a Filipina nurse and owner/operator of a San Gabriel Valley convalescent home.
The Victorians initiated a massive hospital and convalescent home building programme often supported by wealthy benefactors.
A FORMER seaside convalescent home described as an "architectural gem" has reopened after a successful protest against its closure.
Mike served his country as a member of the National Guard for 22 years and worked many years at the former Millbury Nursing and Convalescent Home and the Lydia Taft House in Uxbridge.
The most exciting event would be an evening at Chorley Park--now a military convalescent home.
It was used as a convalescent home for injured US servicemen in the Second World War, before being purchased by Warwickshire County Council in 1947.
AROUND 1950, I was sent to a convalescent home in or near Market Bosworth.
Crumbling site brought back to life A CRUMBLING former war-time convalescent home left in a state of "rack and ruin" for 20 years, could be transformed into a care village.