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general hospital

An institution, consisting of a building or buildings, in which patients, irrespective of sex and age, receive diagnostic and therapeutic medical and surgical services for most forms of illness, injury, or disability.
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But the call of the day is the need for everyday heroes to arrest the chronic problem of corruption.
people in and fire are everyday heroes Police officers have endured countless attacks from dangerous people while out on the beat.
This may have been true, but what this book reveals is that everyday heroes usually featured the same attributes--self-sacrifice, stoicism, and good moral character--as their military and imperial counterparts.
THEY'RE the ultimate everyday heroes - "ordinary" folk who carry out extraordinary acts on a regular basis.
It just occurred to Kai that maybe Kian didn't need a celebrity hero, maybe he just needs some everyday heroes," she said.
A nationwide campaign launched by convenience food specialists, Pork Farms, to celebrate everyday heroes in the community, has raised awareness for the brand and highlighted the fact that 43% of UK consumers' consider pork pies and sausage rolls as their preferred choice of savoury food at unplanned parties.
AN ART competition to find everyday heroes in St Helens has received nearly 550 nominations.
St John Ambulance are urging people to come forward to nominate a life-saver, for their Everyday Heroes awards, celebrating ordinary people who have done extraordinary things.
ST John Ambulance is calling for people to nominate their unsung heroes from the North East for its annual Everyday Heroes awards celebrating the nation's lifesavers.
Homes for Hero's provides them the opportunity to say “Thank You” to our Heroes—military personnel, firefighters, law enforcement officers, EMT's, teachers, healthcare workers, and other everyday heroes working selflessly in our communities and our nation.
We honour the thousands of everyday heroes who stand up for justice and equality.