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  • Hospitals — • Originally, hospital meant a place where strangers or visitors were received; in the course of time, its use was restricted to institutions for the care of the sick Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Hospitals     Hospitals …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • HOSPITALS — The modern name hospital must not be confused with that given to the institution which, throughout the Middle Ages in Europe, served the dual purpose of lodging poor or sick travelers and nursing the ailing poor. Hospitals of this nature were… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • hospitals — Chinese hospitals are the pillars of the urban health care system and an important but not always accessible resource for rural residents with serious illnesses. Most of China’s 16,732 hospitals were built after 1949 in accordance with Chinese… …   Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture

  • hospitals — hos·pi·tal || hÉ‘spɪtl / hÉ’s n. location where sick and injured people receive medical treatment …   English contemporary dictionary

  • HOSPITALS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hospitals in Omaha, Nebraska — have been integral to the city s growth since its founding in 1857. The city has a number of hospitals that were founded by religious groups, as well as the only hospital in the United States that had a nuclear reactor.HistorySt. Joseph s… …   Wikipedia

  • Hospitals-Meddelelser — (Hospital Communications) Danish medical journal. Published 1848 1856. ISSN 99 0872808 3 [ [http://search.kib.ki.se/miks/bin2/tidpost en.exe? kib id=169283 Hospitals meddelelser ] ] Original title: Hospitals Meddelelser : Tidsskrift for praktisk… …   Wikipedia

  • Hospitals in Thailand — Most hospitals in Thailand are operated by the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH). Private hospitals are regulated by the Medical Registration Division under the MOPH s Department of Health Service Support following the Sanatorium Act, B.E. 2541.… …   Wikipedia

  • Hospitals in Uganda — The largest state owned hospital in Uganda is Mulago Hospital, built in Kampala 1962, with around 1500 beds. Once it had an excellent medical school, with visitors from around the world to learn about tropical diseases. During the Amin… …   Wikipedia

  • Hospitals/Hospices —    Religious orders ran hospitals for the poor while the wealthy were cared for at home during the Middle Ages and early modern period. The first hospitals were established in the 12th century as lodgings for poor travelers. The hospital of Notre …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • Hospitals for the Poor Act 1597 — The Hospitals for the Poor Act 1597 (39 Eliz. I c.5), full title An Act for erecting of hospitals or abiding and working houses for the poor , was an Act of Parliament of the Parliament of England enacted during the reign of Elizabeth I and in… …   Wikipedia

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