General Hospital Characters
This is a list of characters that have appeared or been mentioned on the ABC soap opera General Hospital.
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... medical residency at the Robert Garrett Hospital, a children's convalescent home in Baltimore, Maryland ... In 1902, he was appointed resident pathologist at Montreal General Hospital and later became assistant pathologist to the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal ... he was appointed an associate in medicine at the Royal Victoria Hospital ...
... Domenica Zacchara (mentioned character) Mother of Claudia Zacchara ... Maria Zacchara (deceased) (mentioned character) Ex-wife of Anthony Zacchara ...
... The Johns Hopkins Hospital is the teaching hospital and biomedical research facility of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, located in Baltimore, the U.S ... The Johns Hopkins Hospital and the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine are the founding institutions of modern American medicine and are the birthplace of numerous traditions including "rounds", "residents" and "housestaff ... Many medical specialties were formed at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, including neurosurgery, by Harvey Williams Cushing endocrinology by Alfred Blalock pediatrics (Park) and child psychiatry, by ...
... Tewksbury Hospital, a state-owned facility, is located here ... Tewksbury Hospital is home to both the Department of Mental Health and the Department of Public Health, and has many different programs for addictive ... Anne Sullivan (Helen Keller's teacher) spent time at Tewksbury Hospital ...
... Main article List of General Hospital cast members See also List of General Hospital characters, List of General Hospital characters (1970s), List of General Hospital ...
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