cottage hospital


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cottage hospital

n
(Medicine) Brit a small rural hospital
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cottage hospital

nospedale m di campagna
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The five-year-old boy died at the Nanyuki Cottage Hospital and was being treated for pneumonia, his dad said.
Two weeks ago, a young child died at Cottage hospital in Nanyuki town.
When emergency medical helicopters used to pick up patients at Nantucket Cottage Hospital, they would land in the parking lot.
The action group Save Rothbury Cottage Hospital has now set up a petition objecting to the plans.
This also means a return to hospitals like Tredegar District Cottage Hospital which, until not so very long ago, was serving Tredegar and district with a superlative service.
It also provides outpatient, X-ray and other specialist services currently delivered at the 85-year-old Morpeth Cottage Hospital by Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, under one roof.
Last Saturday, 2,000 people took to the streets of Drogheda, Co Louth, to protest against the closure of the Cottage Hospital, which provides crucial respite for senior citizens.
In a debate at the Senedd, the South Wales East AM dismissed complaints by Caerphilly Councillor Nigel Dix that the absence of casualty services made it little more than a cottage hospital.
In the autumn of 1864, she joined the Sisterhood of the Good Samaritans at Coatham, Middlesbrough and was soon posted to Walsall's tiny cottage hospital in Bridge Street.
None of the posties were named in our caption but postman Alan Schubert said they were hoping to raise pounds 500 for Brotton Cottage Hospital.
A Herefordshire mother-of-two who started up her own jewellery business from home has signed up as the first tenant at the recently renovated Old Cottage Hospital Studios in Ledbury.
Not surprisingly, the concept of the cottage hospital was readily imported to Newfoundland.