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state hos·pi·tal

a hospital supported in part by taxpayers and administered by state government officials.
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'This male driver survived the accident with some serious injuries and was treated to the Okakarara State Hospital,' Mbeha said.
The program is sponsored by Friends of Mississippi State Hospital, Inc.
One psychiatric expert said there must now be a question over whether the State Hospital, which is run by its own health board, remains "fit for purpose".
He argued that the complainants were subject to transfer within the zonal office of the Kano State Hospital Management Board, and their transfer was within its powers, not the Head of Service.
The state hospital property consists of 195 acres off Hanover Avenue on the east side of Allentown.
Freeman said Minister for Mental Health Clare Haughey will undertake her review covering all aspects of care and treatment the state hospital provides, including staff safety and wellbeing.
It also includes developing plans for reimagining the Austin State Hospital and San Antonio State Hospital, which were serving about 530 people combined during a 2016 review.
A judge wants a Eugene murder suspect to spend 30 days at an Oregon State Hospital facility before ruling whether the man is mentally fit to stand trial.
The Electric Pencil: Drawings From Inside State Hospital No.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Turkey's biggest conglomerate Koc Holding's Chairman of the Executive Board Mustafa Koc had heart attack and was taken to Beykoz State Hospital.
It is a pretty creepy place,'' said Town Manager James Malloy about the abandoned Westboro State Hospital campus buildings.

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