district general hospital


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district general hospital

An NHS term of art for major secondary care facilities available to UK residents, which provide an array of diagnostic and therapeutic services. While some clinics may be staffed by senior registrars in certain specialties, DGHs are not regarded as teaching hospitals.
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We need consultant-led A&E and maternity services in our district general hospitals.
This appears to confirm that CH beds are used in addition to district general hospital beds [2, 3].
Family flowers only by request, donations in lieu of flowers if so desired would be appreciated for Ward 19 at Barnsley District General Hospital for which a plate will be provided at the Service.
Ms Griffiths has repeatedly said no district general hospitals would be downgraded, while maintaining there could be "no status quo".
A 32-year-old woman, and two girls both aged 11 were taken to the Wansbeck District General Hospital with minor injuries.
Plaid Cymru will continue to fight Labour's plans to downgrade the district general hospital network.
The victim suffered face and arm injuries and was taken to Stafford District General Hospital.
The son was taken to Monk-lands District General Hospital in Airdrie, where his condition is described as serious but stable.
A fifth man was receiving treatment at Stafford District General Hospital and has now been transferred to another hospital for similar treatment.
The new 414-bed Hereford District General Hospital was scheduled to open in the year 2000 on the site of the present County Hospital.
The 67-bed Dryden District General Hospital has added a new 40-bed extended-care wing and funding for the second phase of a proposed expansion is expected shortly.

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