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day hospital

n
(Social Welfare) Brit part of a hospital that offers therapeutic services, where patients usually attend all day but go home or to a hospital ward at night
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In fact, Mr Williams was merely being transferred to the care of the community mental health team from the day hospital which he had been visiting for over 10 weeks.
"The extra services planned are to be warmly welcomed but they should not be at the expense of the day hospital function.
THE proposed closure of Maesteg Day Hospital is an "emotionally charged" issue and people will need to have their say, a patient watchdog leader has said.
It was described with the following words on the eBay listing: "In use for many years Abraham Ormerod Day Hospital, Todmorden, which was originally opened in 1938."
Kerry works at the older people's unit at Bryn Hesketh, Colwyn Bay and has been running the day hospital and memory clinic since 2009.
The ECHO revealed on Saturday that Mossley Hill Day Hospital, for dementia sufferers, was closing.
About 2 years ago she was taken to the Grassy Park day hospital suffering from appendicitis.
OPTEGRA EYE Hospitals has bought Aston University Day Hospital for an undisclosed sum.
CELEBRITY agony aunt Denise Robertson took a trip to meet nurses and patients at a new day hospital.
AGONY aunt Denise Robertson met with nurses and patients at a new-look day hospital on Tyneside.