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matron

Brit the former name for the administrative head of the nursing staff in a hospital
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Creal not only used the opportunity to undertake elocution lessons under the Merrick scheme, she was granted 10 weeks paid leave to tour British hospitals and learn as much as possible before returning to the Sydney Hospital, where she resumed the matronship in April 1920.