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base hospital

n
(Medicine) Austral a hospital serving a large rural area
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Worn with pain, and weak from the prolonged hardships which I had undergone, I was removed, with a great train of wounded sufferers, to the base hospital at Peshawar.
He had crossed the railroad some distance back and judged that the wounded were being taken to it for transportation to a base hospital and possibly as far away as Tanga on the coast.
6 -- Under reconciliation intervention programme of the Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation, the Tellippalai Base Hospital in Jaffna District was strengthened with modern medical equipment to the value of Rs.70 Million said Mr.V.Sivagnanasothy, Secretary, Ministry of National Integration and Reconciliation.
11 (ANI): Indian Army's prestigious 92 Base Hospital (BH) located in Srinagar celebrated its Platinum Jubilee yesterday.
Orange Base Hospital Branch closed beds and enforced a bed cap in defence of patient safety, and won a commitment from the Local Health District (LHD) to introduce some wards to the staffing ratios set out in the Public Sector Award.
Vasanthamala Varmin said she examined Mervyn John Morris's sigmoid colon after its removal by Patel at the Bundaberg Base Hospital on May 23, 2003.
He said that in August 2000, three years before taking employment at Bundaberg Base Hospital, Dr.
The company responsible for project managing the bungled redevelopment of Bathurst Base Hospital has been awarded the contract to upgrade Wagga Wagga Base Hospital.