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infirmary

a place for the treatment of the sick or injured; dispensary; hospital

infirmary

A place which provides uncomplicated medical and nursing care, usually for residents or members of an institution, such as a school.
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UNFAIR: Parking charges have been scrapped at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, above, but not at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, below, where the car park was built by the private finance initiative
Working with Infirmary Health, we were able to identify their exact access and education pain points and develop a swift, straightforward approach to streamlining content.
His new Royal Infirmary, with its circular wards and two-storey pavilions, replaced the old hospital in 1887.
The disclosure that Cardiff Royal Infirmary was involved in the inquiry was made in a written Parliamentary answer by health minister Norman Lamb.
Unique to LBJ is the facility's psychiatric housing wing and infirmary clinics.
Dr Yit Yang, consultant opthamologist and clinical director, in the new Wolverhampton and Midland Counties Eye Infirmary Pictures, SAM BAGNALL
Staff at the Eye Infirmary walked out last month after it was discovered the closure plans had been brought forward five years.
He had been in the prison infirmary for what prison officials characterized only as medical reasons.
Couched within the laudable desire to take care of campers, we at camp neglected to realize that practices of the infirmary were the very antithesis of what camp was all about.
12) In the Eaton-Peabody Laboratory at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Li et al have successfully isolated stem cells from the sensory epithelium of the adult mouse utricle, (10) They have developed a technique to routinely isolate and propagate these stem cells in vitro.
Mr Brown,52,left Edinburgh Royal Infirmary with his wife Sarah, 38,and baby John.