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 Index of Lunatic Asylums and Mental Hospitals
19th century Bedlam and 20th century war: The patients' wings and most of the hospital at St George's Field were demolished in 1931 and 1932.
St Clement's Hospital (from 1936) was administratively absorbed by The London Hospital in 1968 and became The London Hospital (St Clement's), 2A Bow Road, London, E3 4LL.
This led to the funding by the St Luke's charity of both an out-patient clinic and a psychiatric in-patient ward at the Middlesex Hospital. /www/study/4_13_TA.htm   (9543 words)

 A Short History of Fort George
At least the patients at the Fort George Hospital were safer from enemy fire than from rum, as the outside wall of the fort was used for the rear wall of the hospital.
Fort George was made the Headquarters of the People’s Revolutionary Army and renamed Fort Rupert in memory of Rupert Bishop, the father of Grenada’s new Prime Minister Maurice Bishop.
The Grenada Police Force had been established in 1836 and with the militia (and the army as back-up) were responsible for civil order. /history.htm   (3561 words)

 St Georges GP VTS Training Scheme VTS Course
Our Registrars attend the excellent Half-Day Release Course at St. Georges Hospital in Tooting or its linked course at St. Helier’s Hospital.
St Georges GP VTS Training Scheme VTS Course
The St. Georges Trainers Group covers a wide area which includes:   (142 words)

 Look-4-it: HISTORY
St Mark's Hospital, London A Social History of a Specialist Hospital; Granshaw, Lindsay
Andrew Jackson and His Tennessee Lieutenants A Study in Political Culture; Ratner, Lorman A. (Professor of History and former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA)
History of St Antony's College, Oxford, 1950-2000 Nicholls, C.S. History of Anglo-Japanese Relations, 1600-2000 : Vol 5. /History   (13668 words)

 Fort St George - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This fort was later extended and then finally demolished, although a part of its walls remains, where the St. George Hospital now exists.
Fort St George is the name of the first British fortress in India, built in 1644 at the coastal city of Madras (modern city of Chennai.) The construction of the fort provided the impetus for further settlements and trading activity, in what was originally a barren land.
Fort St. George was also the name of the military fort built by the British in Bombay around the Casa da Orta, the old castle or keep of the Ortas, the Jewish tenants of the Portuguese king. /wiki/Fort_St_George   (425 words)

 Metropolitan Police Department: New PSA Boundaries - Seventh District
The northwestern border begins where the middle of the eastern boundary of St. Elizabeths Hospital grounds (just south of Elvans Road, SE) meets Suitland Parkway, SE, and runs east on Suitland Parkway, SE to the DC/Prince Georges County, Md., boundary.
West on Alabama Avenue, SE to the western boundary of St. Elizabeths Hospital grounds (east of 8th Street, SE).
South along the eastern boundary of St. Elizabeths Hospital to Robinson Place, SE (around the southern edge of the grounds). /mpdc/cwp/view,a,1239,q,543441.asp   (1116 words)

 nicholas c. silver's Virtual Office - Health & Medicine -> Specialty Medicine
I qualified at St George'ss Hospital, London in 1989 and since have trained in general medicine to registrar level and in neurology to senior specialist registar level at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery / Institute of Neurology (Queen Square), and the Royal London Hospital and St Bartholomews Hospital, London.
I have spent 4 years in research into magnetic reonance imaging techniques in MS and associated demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system. /viewExpert.asp?conMemID=9823&Catid=464   (204 words)

 Anita Morrison
She also teaches at Eton College, St. Mary's School Ascot and Selwyn College Cambridge, is a regular guest teacher on Eton Choral Courses and has given workshops and masterclasses at Ampleforth College, Tonbridge School, Christs Hospital and for Guildford Choral Society and The City of London Choir.
Since 1991 she has worked with the choristers of Westminster Cathedral as teacher and coach. /bio/MOR001.html   (194 words)

 Victorian London - Health and Hygiene - Hospitals - Bethlehem Hospital
The building in St. George's-fields was originally constructed for 198 patients, but this being found too limited for the purposes and resources of the Hospital, a new wing was commenced for 166 additional patents, of which the first stone was laid July 26th, 1838.
Bethlem Hospital was founded in 1547, and the early treatment of the miserable creatures committed to its brutal rulers, appears to have been characterised by utter indifference to the feelings and comforts of the patients, and a studied aggravation of their miseries.
The Hospital was first situated in Bishopsgate Street, and was superseded in 1675 by a building in Moorflelds, and this by the structure shown above. /health/bethlehemhospital.htm   (2212 words)

 Katharine, Duchess of Kent biography .ms
Earl of St. Andrews (George Philip Nicholas Windsor), born 26 June 1962 at Coppins, Iver, Buckinghamshire.
Her Royal Highness The Princess Edward, Duchess of Kent (Katharine Lucy Mary Windsor, formerly Worsley), styled HRH The Duchess of Kent, is a member of the British Royal Family through her marriage to Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, a first cousin to the Queen.
She was born at Hovingham Hall, Yorkshire, and was the only daughter of Sir William Arthrington Worsley, 4th Bt., and his wife, Joyce Morgan, daughter of Sir John Brunner, the founder of Brunner Mond, which later became ICI (Imperial Chemical Industries).   (2212 words)

 Harry Stogden and the Changi Cross
While he was there he was given a drawing of the St Georges Cross to make by the Padre the Rev Cordingly, he made the cross from a 4.5 Howitzer shell, he got very involved in the cross and the church according to what he has written in his army note book that I have.
The plaque of St. George and the Dragon was made by Robert Payne and Harry Ralph, also R.Es.
The Bishop, as he was affectionately known, re-established St. George's Church (Mark 111) in 'Kamburi'. /religion/html/harry_stogden_and_the_changi_c.htm   (878 words)
Piers N Plowman, David Tsang, Alexandra Taylor, Jerome St. George, St Bartholomews Hospital, London, UK.
The diagnosis of this rare disease is frequently delayed and at least three other childhood cases are currently the subject of litigation in the UK for this reason (visual).
Over 24 years, 11 patients with suprasellar GCT presented to SBH, 8 with germinomatous and 3 with non-germinomatous GCT, M:F=6:5, a less male dominant ratio than for pineal GCT, median age 20 years (6-49 years).The median duration of symptoms had been 17 months (1-35 months). /asco/publications/abstract_print_view/1,1148,_12-002636-00_18-0016-00_19-002103,00.html   (557 words)

 Knights Hospitaller
The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta, better known as the Sovereign Military Order of Malta or SMOM is a Catholic lay order and claims to be a sovereign entity and which has permanent observer status at the United Nations.
The siege is vividly portrayed in the frescoes of Matteo Perez d'Aleccio in the Hall of St Michael and St George, also known as the Throne Room, in the Grandmaster's Palace, Valletta.
The full official name is Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St. John of Jerusalem of Rhodes and of Malta or Sovrano Militare Ordine Ospedaliero di San Giovanni di Gerusalemme di Rhodi e di Malta. /encyclopedia/knights_hospitaller   (557 words)

 Press & Parliament - Press Releases - The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Dr John Morgan, senior registrar in psychiatry at St Georges Hospital and Medical School, University of London, which has the largest eating disorder clinic in the UK, carried out a study among 122 women with 'active' bulimia looking at complications in pregnancy and childbirth.
The group was compared with 82 women who had a history of the disorder, but had the condition under control and at the time had no evidence of either bulimia or anorexia.
Pregnant women who suffer from the eating disorder bulimia, which affects one in 20 women, are at risk of having a miscarriage, giving birth prematurely and developing post-natal depression. /press/preleases/pr/pr_125.htm   (310 words)

 Case studies — The Royal College of Surgeons of England
I went to school at Epsom College in Surrey and trained at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London.
The Royal College of Surgeons is keen to attract and encourage a broad spectrum of candidates who can demonstrate commitment, ability, and talent.
I was lucky enough to be awarded a Louis Alexander Fellowship from the College as part of the funding for my research, and used this as a stepping stone to secure a Medical Research Council grant to fund the STITCH trial (Surgical Trial of Intra Cerebral Haemorrhage), which has subsequently been published in 'The Lancet'. /career/casestudies.html   (6679 words)

A basic text aimed at immunology students and researchers at all levels who need a comprehensive overview of the methodology of immunology.
Use our email a friend feature to pass on the details of this title to friends and colleagues. /BookDetail/0865429618.html   (6679 words)

With the exception of the hospitals contracting their nursing to a sisterhood, in most of the London hospitals the chief nurse was responsible either to the board of governors, the house governor, or the doctors.
believed that the alterations which had been made to St Georges, Charing Cross and St Mary’s merely proved that money spent on ‘tinkering with old buildings’ instead of partial reconstruction was money wasted.
The south-west seemed a poor place to be in any case, for ‘numerous unhealthy factories saturated the atmosphere with their noxious products making the place perfectly unsuitable for a hospital’. /1860-1889.htm   (6679 words)

 Fodor's Travel Guides Forums Messages
Near: St. Paul's Cathedral, Old Bailey, Barbican Arts Centre, Museum of London, Barts Hospital
The George Inn Southwark is one we visited on a pub walk and will someday return.
Punch Tavern at 99 Fleet St Old Bell at 95 Fleet St Black Frair at 174 Queen Victoria St Author: flanneruk /forums/pgMessages.jsp?fid=2&tid=34446010&numresponses=31&start=0&screen_name=JimSteel   (1706 words)

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St Mungo's Hospital for Magical Maladies and Injuries
St Mary's Isle (Conister Rocks or Tower of Refuge)
St Mary the Great with St Michael, Cambridge /encyclopedia/s/st   (1706 words)

 Lady Marina-Charlotte Windsor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
She was born at the Rosie Hospital in
Lady Marina-Charlotte Alexandra Katharine Helen Windsor (born 30 September 1992) is the elder daughter of /wiki/Lady_Marina-Charlotte_Windsor   (1706 words)

There are remains of a Norman hospital of St John, the Baptist, consisting of arches of the chapel.
Among contemporary records the narrative of a monk of St Albansa bitter opponent of John of Gauntis of conspicuous value; it was published under the title of Chronicon Angliae, by Sir E. Maunde Thompson (1874).
In this position he acquired a wide knowledge of Chinese religion and civilization, and especially of their mathematics, so that he was able to show that Sir George Homers method (1819) of solving equations of all orders had, been known to the Chinese mathematicians of the 14th century. /W/WY/WYCLIFFE_JOHN.htm   (1706 words)

 Teaching jobs st jamess
Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust have attained financial close on this landmark project to be built at St. Jamess University...
Homepage Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust including Leeds General Infirmary (LGI), St Jamess University Hospital... Cynthia J. Fuchs, George Mason University cfuchs@gmuvax.bitnet Stevan Harnad, Princeton University harnad@Princeton.EDU Edward M. /index.php?kid=teaching-jobs-st-jamess   (126 words)

 St George Community College - Comfort Inn Alachua Florida Telephone Number
St George Community College - Comfort Inn Alachua Florida Telephone Number /st-george-community-college.html   (21 words)

 Service Of Thanksgiving 1999
Hymns were sung and prayers were led by Reverend Hilary Johnson, Chaplain at St. Georges' Hospital, Tooting.
The South Thames Transplant Co-ordination Service held their first thanksgiving service for donor families and transplant recipients in the South Of England on Saturday 30th October 1999 at 11am.
Organ donation is an incredible gift, and the service in Southwark Cathedral was an opportunity to acknowledge the generosity of all donor families in the South Thames region. /claire.stafford/Service1999.html   (434 words)

 Index of English and Welsh Lunatic Asylums and Mental Hospitals
Bethlem Hospital, (1844) St George's Fields, South London.
"Bethlem Royal Hospital", St Georges Cross, Southwark- St George Martyr, Surrey.
St Clement's Hospital (from 1936) was administratively absorbed by The London Hospital in 1968 and became The London Hospital (St Clement's), 2A Bow Road, London, E3 4LL. /www/study/4_13_TA.htm   (434 words)

 AIM25: St George's Hospital: St George's Hospital records
Patients began to be admitted into the Grove Hospital in 1951 and, by 1954, the Grove Hospital was designated to St George's and responsibility for it was transferred from the Wandsworth Hospital Group to the Board of Governors of St George's.
AIM25: St George's Hospital: St George's Hospital records
Scope and content/abstract : Records of St George's Hospital, 1733-1990s. /cats/45/6149.htm   (434 words)

 Critical Care Full text 22nd International Symposium on Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine, Brussels, Belgium, 19–22 March 2002
Lecturer in Intensive Care Medicine, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, St George's Hospital Medical School, University of London, UK Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Worthing Hospital, UK Clinical Research Fellow, Intensive Therapy Unit, St George's Hospital, London, UK Consultant in Renal Medicine and Intensive Care, Worthing Hospital, UK Critical Care 2002, 6:264-270     doi:10.1186/cc1502
Baron JF, Gourdin M, Bertrand M, Mercadier A, Delort J, Kieffer E, Coriat P: The effect of universal leukodepletion of packed red blood cells on postoperative infections in high-risk patients undergoing abdominal aortic surgery.
Jean-François Baron (Paris, France) presented the results of the recently published French study, which investigated the incidence of postoperative infections in patients undergoing abdominal aortic aneurysm repair who received leukodepleted or nonleukodepleted blood transfusions [59]. /content/6/3/264   (5243 words)

 St Helier VTS
The Renal Unit provides acute renal care and dialysis and is integrated with the St George's Hospital transplantation programme.
Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust is a large acute Trust serving South West London and Surrey.
Epsom General Hospital is situated close to the centre of Epsom, whilst St Helier Hospital, which also incorporates Queen Mary's Hospital for Children on site, is situated in Carshalton.   (539 words)

 St. Vincent's Health, Melbourne
St. Vincent's Hospital Melbourne, a major teaching, research and tertiary referral centre, Caritas Christi Hospice, Prague House and St. George's Health Service.
World first stem cell transfusion at St. Vincent's Hospital.
At any time, St. Vincent’s Health has more than 400 research projects in progress, spanning patient-focussed research to studies about the smallest building blocks of life.   (539 words)

He was appointed as a consultant psychotherapist at St George's Hospital in 1969 before moving to St Mary's Hospital in 1974 where he continued until retiring from the NHS in 1987.
He was Senior Lecturer in Psychotherapy at St George's Hospital, practicing a modified form of dynamic administration and therapy, trying out large group techniques.
Dr Patrick De Mare was one of Foulkes' earliest collaborators, having worked with him at Northfield Hospital during the war, and joining with him at his practice at 22 Upper Wimpole Street in 1951. /Publications/former-members.htm   (539 words)

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