Princess Margaret Hospital

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Lai King Station - Transport Connections - Minibus Routes
... Highland Park 91A Highland Park > Kwai Fong 93 Wah Yuen Chuen > Tsuen Wan 313 Princess Margaret Hospital > Tsuen Wan 407 Princess Margaret Hospital ...
Princess Margaret Hospital, Christchurch - Description
... Princess Margaret Hospital is a public hospital which is run by the Canterbury District Health Board ... Opened on 31 August 1959 as a general hospital, it is now primarily used for older persons health care and mental health services ... The hospital was named after the late Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II ...
Princess Margaret Hospital For Children
... Princess Margaret Hospital for Children (PMH) is a centre for paediatric research and care ... The hospital is located on Roberts Road in Subiaco, Western Australia ... It is the state's only specialist children's hospital ...
Princess Margaret Hospital (Toronto) - History
... The hospital was founded as the Ontario Cancer Institute in 1952 by an Act of the Ontario legislature ... Sherbourne Street, beside the now demolished Wellesley Hospital, on Sherbourne Street north of Wellesley Avenue ... The hospital at 500 Sherbourne was completed in 1958 and named the Princess Margaret Hospital after Princess Margaret of the United Kingdom ...
Mei Foo Station - Transport Connections - Minibus Routes
... Estate via Banyan Garden 90A (Exit A) - To Kwai Chung Hospital via Ching Lai Court 90M (Exit A) - To Highland Park via Ching Lai Court, Princess Margaret Hospital, Lai King Estate and Lai Yiu Estate 90P (E ...

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