charity hospital


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charity hospital

A hospital that provides care to the poor and the uninsured.
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Taquino held an appointment to Charity Hospital from 1921 until his death in 1953.
2005) Unexpected Necessities-Inside Charity Hospital.
Saile's full name listed on her nursing diploma granted in 1934 from Charity Hospital was "Helen Ima Gladys Hammond.
Berret, who was orphaned at age nine and went to live with her aunt and cousins, trained as a nurse at Natchez Charity Hospital in Mississippi.
FOLKS WHO'VE BEEN AROUND for the past half-century marvel at the transformation of what was the medical school and charity hospital on Markham Street into what it is today--a major research center that draws doctors and patients from around the world.
The Africa Mercy, the world's largest charity hospital vessel, has arrived back in the war-torn country to provide free surgeries on board.
Before Katrina, that campus also included Charity Hospital, a Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital, and medical office buildings.
WORTHY old soldiers are being sought to take up a place in an ex-servicemen's charity hospital.
A history of the Sisters of Charity Hospital, Buffalo, New York, 1848-1900.
At the beginning of Rhodes's fourth novel, Marie has moved from Chicago to New Orleans, where she works as a medical resident at a rundown charity hospital.
Tsunami dancer Susan Sanborn, who is also a nurse, spent a week in the treacherous Charity Hospital.
We were on duty at Charity Hospital for Katrina and helped evacuate the patients before being evacuated by airboat on the Friday after the hurricane hit.