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diary of a Norwich hospital medical student, 1858-1860.

Shephard Thomas Taylor

diary of a Norwich hospital medical student, 1858-1860.

by Shephard Thomas Taylor

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Published by Jarrold in Norwich .
Written in English

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  • Taylor, Shephard Thomas.

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Four of my ancestors were patients there. The Norwich State Hospital, originally established as Norwich State Hospital for the Insane and later shortened to Norwich Hospital, was a psychiatric hospital that is located in Preston and Norwich, opened its doors in October and it remained operational until Octo Throughout its years of operation, it housed geriatric patients, chemically dependent patients Architect: Cudworth & Woodworth.

The Norwich State Hospital was built inand closed in In the 92 years in which it operated, 13 deaths occurred. Two of these were suicides, and the majority of the rest were due to patients who escaped the hospital and murdered others outside of its confines (a couple other deaths were due to the explosion of a water heater — both.

The hospital was administratively transferred to the new Dept. of Mental Health on Oct. 1, In the name was changed to Norwich Hospital. The hospital closed on Octo and patients were transferred to Connecticut Valley Hospital in Middletown.

See also the Norwich State Hospital Agency History. Return to the Table of Contents. Westminster Hospital Old Students' Dinner was held at the Imperial Restaurant on Sept. 30th. Lord Glenconner, chairman of the hospital, presided, and old students and guests were present.

The Chairman proposed the toast of [quot]The Hospital and Medical School,[quot]to which the Dean of the Medical School, Dr. Woodwark replied.

Norwich State Hospital, Norwich, Connecticut. K likes. The Norwich State Hospital, originally established as Norwich State Hospital for the Insane and later shortened to Norwich Hospital. Norwich State Hospital History. Opened inThe Norwich Hospital for the Insane was constructed to house the mentally ill on the scenic Thames River in the state of Connecticut.

Beginning with just one building holding ninety-five patients, the hospital quickly expanded over the years to include twenty additional buildings byholding. Norwich Hospital was the name of the hospital in when a new superintendent took control and made needed changes.

By that time the population was in the low hundreds, and he made changes allowing the patients to more freely use the hospital campus. The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) is a National Health Service academic teaching hospital in the Norwich Research Park on the western outskirts of Norwich, England.

The university hospital replaced the former, Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, which was founded inand the West Norwich Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital was built under the Private Finance.

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Updated J | By Matthew Christopher Originally built inNorwich State Hospital consisted of one building, but rapidly grew; in a little over a decade there were 16 buildings, and it continued to expand to over 20 in the s including laboratories, doctors' and attendants' housing, a greenhouse, a.

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