camp hospital


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base hos·pi·tal

a hospital unit located in a military or recreational encampment; usually of small size and limited facilities, for immediate care of illnesses and injuries.
Synonym(s): camp hospital

camp hospital

An immobile military unit for the care of the sick and wounded.
See also: hospital
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The physician, Stroh testified, was only one of many who worked in the camp hospital.
Then there was the problem posed by the lack of continuity of doctors at the camp hospital.
But he decided to stay on inGermany, treating the Allied airmen at a better camp hospital in Stalag IXB at Bad Soden, a small spa town.
He was born at the camp hospital in RAF St Athan and grew up in Rhoose, near the airport, on a council estate.
And they peered into what had been the camp hospital.
ISLAMABAD, 11 June, 2009 (Balochistan Times) --Media Advisor to Co-Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Farahnaz Ispahani on Thursday visited Shah Mansoor Camp Hospital in Swabi along with a delegation of the Womens Parliamentary Caucus.
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, who speaks Arabic, went to the border and talked to refugees, including wounded men lying on beds in camp hospitals.
Fairouz, a completely sweet and charming child, whose grandparents were forced from their homes and into Refugee Camps in Lebanon in April of 1948, will join international delegates including nearly 50 from Italy alone, and American nurses who were witnesses to the barbarity and who worked in Camp hospitals at the time, and help release more than 1000 helium filled balloons, each meant to represent one person who was murdered or who disappeared during the carnage.
Teesside Industrial Cleaners had contracts all over the North-east, including the big steel works and army camp hospitals.