maternity home


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maternity home

Obstetrics
Birth centre, see there.
 
Social medicine
A residence for pregnant women. There are an estimated 100 maternity homes in the US.

maternity home

Obstetrics Birth center, see there Social medicine A residence for pregnant ♀. ;.
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Armenia's Health Care Ministry has condemned the beating of a doctor in a maternity home in Yerevan.
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UNWED MOTHERS WHO SURRENDERED their children for adoption should have their grief recognized by the church, a former resident of a Presbyterian-run maternity home has said.
Brown was born in a maternity home in the city's Giffnock area in 1951.
KABUL (PAN): A newly-constructed 20-bed maternity home was inaugurated in the Mirbacha Kot district of central Kabul province on Tuesday, officials said.
Bethany Home was a combined children's home, maternity home and detention centre for female convicts which closed in 1972.
6 million to Sobhraj Maternity Home and Rs 1 million to Leprosy Hospital Manghopir.
A new maternity home that serves homeless and runaway youth recently received a 0%, $500,000 construction loan through North Carolina's State Employees' Credit Union's foundation.
There is currently no evidence to suggest any that particular individual at the maternity home has shown negligence in his or her duties.
Dating back to 1435, the manor house was renowned for its parties and good living before becoming a maternity home in the 1900s, with the current boardroom being used as a delivery suite.
In the past several years the organization has branched out to support the Malutka Maternity Home and the Alyonka Children's Home" in that same area, Mr.
It's a big step for a man born 36 years ago in a Salvation Army maternity home in a run-down part of London.