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Some articles on hospital, university:

Airports In Finland - Airports
... Northern Ostrobothnia EFHL Hailuoto Airfield Hanko Uusimaa EFHN Hanko Airfield Helsinki (Meilahti Hospital) Uusimaa EFHY Meilahti hospital Huittinen (Vampula) Satakunta EFVP Vampula Airfield Hämeenkyrö Pirkanmaa ...
Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermline - Facilities - Radio West Fife
... Radio West Fife is the current hospital radio service broadcasting to Queen Margaret Hospital ... They are known to offer requests to hospital patients and provide live commentary from Dunfermline Athletic Football matches ... The hospital radio is based in Queen Margaret Hospital - in the old Nurse's bank office near to Ward 8 ...
Tewksbury, Massachusetts - Hospital
... 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 behavior and other health concerns ...
John McCrae - Biography
... He took a year off his studies at the university due to recurring problems with asthma ... He returned to the University of Toronto and completed his B.A ... While attending the university he joined the Zeta Psi Fraternity (Theta Xi chapter class of 1894) and published his first poems ...
Johns Hopkins Hospital
... 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 ... Many medical specialties were formed at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, including neurosurgery, by Harvey Williams Cushing endocrinology by Alfred ...

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