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teach·ing hos·pi·tal

a hospital that also functions as a formal center of learning for the training of physicians, nurses, and allied health personnel.

teaching hospital

n.
A hospital closely associated with a medical school and serving as a practical educational site for medical students, interns, and residents.

teaching hospital

Etymology: AS, taecan, to show how
a hospital associated with a university that has accredited programs in various specialties of medical practice.

teaching hospital

A hospital, health care center, or institute that has 2 or more residency training programs approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education

teach·ing hos·pi·tal

(tēch'ing hos'pi-tăl)
A hospital that also functions as a formal center of learning for the training of physicians, nurses, and allied health personnel.

hospital

an institution for the care and treatment of sick and injured animals. In order to meet legal requirements in some countries it is necessary for the building to include ward accommodation for inpatients, a radiology facility and a clinical pathology laboratory.

teaching hospital
one that conducts formal educational programs or courses of instruction that lead to the granting of recognized certificates, diplomas or degrees or that are required for professional certification or licensure.
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