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sanatorium

 [san″ah-to´re-um]
an institution for treatment of sick persons, especially a private hospital for convalescents or patients who are not extremely ill; often applied to an institution for the treatment of tuberculosis.

san·a·to·ri·um

(san'ă-tō'rē-ŭm), In modern usage this word is virtually synonymous with sanitarium.
An institution for the treatment of chronic disorders and a place for recuperation under medical supervision. Compare: sanitarium.
[Mod. L. neuter of sanatorius, curative, fr. sano, to cure, heal]

sanatorium

/san·a·to·ri·um/ (san″ah-tor´e-um) an institution for treatment of sick persons, especially a private hospital for convalescents or patients with chronic diseases or mental disorders.

sanatorium

(săn′ə-tôr′ē-əm)
n. pl. sana·toriums or sana·toria (-tôr′ē-ə)
1. An institution for the treatment of chronic diseases or for medically supervised recuperation.
2. A resort for improvement or maintenance of health, especially for convalescents. Also called sanitarium.

sanatorium

san·a·to·ri·um

(san'ă-tōr'ē-ŭm)
An institution for the treatment of chronic disorders and a place for recuperation under medical supervision.
[Mod. L. neuter of sanatorius, curative, fr. sano, to cure, heal]

san·a·to·ri·um

(san'ă-tōr'ē-ŭm)
Institution for treatment of chronic disorders and a place for recuperation under medical supervision.
[Mod. L. neuter of sanatorius, curative, fr. sano, to cure, heal]
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When details of the disclosures were first made known, Durham's Chief Constable, George Hedges, who is a member of the Board of Trustees for the Northern Police Convalescence Homes which includes Aucher-tarder, suggested officers from his force might review the content.
PC Baynes, who said during his court case that seeing the couple lying on the pavement after the crash had left him "numb", received support at a police convalescence home.
I WOULD like to contact Margaret Wallace (Meg), whom I worked with at the former Co- op Convalescence Home in Granton, Edinburgh, in the late 1960s and later at Shoreditch College, Egham, Surrey.
Towards the end of World War I it was taken over as a convalescence home and then bought by Sir Lawrence Phillips as a home for Welsh paraplegic pensioners.
Also its Ropner Convalescence Home site, in Middleton St George, near Darlington - now an attractive building brought back to life by it's apartments scheme.
Morgannwg House was run as Wales's first and only convalescence home for active and retired RAF personnel, but it closed in May last year.
Grampian Police constable Andrew Baynes has taken up an administrative role in Aberdeen following trauma counselling at a Scottish police convalescence home.
We worked together at the former Co-op Convalescence Home.
Thousands of local families have benefited from this service, the first convalescence home being opened in 1891.
After spending ten days in Selly Oak Hospital, Mr Titmus stayed in a convalescence home, struggling to adapt to his new circumstances, surrounded by elderly people.
In 1916 the several convalescence homes used as military hospitals to relieve Huddersfield War Hospital had to meet five criteria, one being to have competent Matrons.
Prior to the centre's opening in early October, Timiskaming Elders who needed an extended care facility had to travel out of their communities for nursing care at other convalescence homes.