3 edition of By-laws of the Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane, Mount Hope, Dartmouth found in the catalog.
By-laws of the Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane, Mount Hope, Dartmouth
Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane.
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The Nova Scotia Hospital began construction inand officially opened in December as Mount Hope Asylum (Baker, ). The Hospital has gone through many names, including Provincial Hospital for the Insane, Mount Hope Lunatic Asylum, Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane. May 24, · Dear Internet Archive Supporter, I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today.
By-laws of the Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane, Mount Hope, Dartmouth [microform] By-laws of the Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane, Mount Hope, Dartmouth [microform] by Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane. Publication date Pages: Get this from a library.
By-laws of the Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane, Mount Hope, Dartmouth. [Nova Scotia Hospital for the Insane.]. Construction of the Nova Scotia Hospital began inand the hospital opened its doors in December An Act for the Management of the Hospital for the Insane, passed inoutlined the hospital's objective of providing humane and enlightened curative treatment for the mentally incompetent.
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Citation. 1 These regulations may be cited as the Hospitals Regulations. Definitions. 2 In these regulations, “health authority” means a health authority as defined in, and as deemed to be a hospital in, the Health Authorities Act; “hospital building” means a physical location that is or will be used by a health authority to provide health care services, but that is not necessarily.
includes a facility, a maternity hospital, a nurses’ residence and all buildings, land and equipment used for the purposes of the hospital, or means, where the context requires, a body corporate established to own or operate a hospi-tal, or a program approved by the Minister as a hospital pursuant to this Act or any other Act of the Legislature.
(c) "Hospital" means the Nova Scotia Hospital at Woodside, in the County of Halifax. (2) This regulation [Section] applies only to the Hospital. (3) (a) The Board shall submit to the Commission, not later than October 31 of each year, its annual budget estimates on the forms prescribed for the ensuing year.
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THE MEDICAL SOCIETY OF NOVA SCOTIA Facilities at the new hospital are excellent. We hope that a happy interchange of knowledge will continue to flourish.
Like the insane, the THE NOVA SCOTIA MEDICAL BULLETIN eolderly have often been shockingly neglected. Society is. The Medical History Society of Nova Scotia formally came into being on March 27, at which time it was registered with the Registry of Joint Stocks of Nova Scotia as a Museum/Society.
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