cottage hospital


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cottage hospital

1. An institution in which patients are housed in relatively small, home-like units, each providing eating and living space for a small group.
2. (Brit.) A small hospital served by local nonspecialist physicians.
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Nanyuki Cottage hospital is a private health facility that serves residents of Laikipia and Nyeri counties.
Tredegar Cottage Hospital was known for the first class service provided for childbirth, children's care and old people - not to mention routine operations like appendix etc.
Mr Whittle said: "There is not enough thatch in Wales to make a cottage hospital like this.
Ruth Vyse, manager of Walsall Local History Centre said: "She ran the cottage hospital till her death in 1878 and made it a model of its kind, in terms of the standard of care it gave to patients.
A total of eight business studios and six apartments were created during the pounds 1 million refurbishment of the Old Cottage Hospital, a project led by the Ledbury & Area Development Trust (LADT), supported by Advantage West Midlands, the Homes & Communities Agency and Two Rivers Housing.
Psychiatric emergencies (such as disturbed people threatening to shoot others) and occupational and domestic accidents also contributed to the unpredictability of cottage hospital life.
Allyn, MD, FACP, is the chief of nephrology and co-chairman of the medical advisory panel at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital as well as the CEO of the Santa Barbara and Lompoc Artificial Kidney Centers in Santa Barbara, California.
But Jedburgh Cottage Hospital is crucial to her success.
Campaigners are hoping Tenby Cottage Hospital will not close before a replacement is in place.
Last weekend, Parkers notched their third trophy triumph this term when winning the Stockingford AA Invitation Charity Cup Final 3-1 at Hartshill's expense, just a week after landing the Nuneaton Cottage Hospital Cup with a 2-0 defeat of league champions Ridge Lane on the same Cabbage ground in front of a crowd in excess of 400.
The hospital joined UCLA Medical Center and Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital among 88 hospitals nationwide to receive patient-safety awards from a medical consulting firm that analyzed patient records at 5,000 hospitals.