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Hull Royal Infirmary is a tertiary teaching hospital and is one of the two main hospitals for Kingston upon Hull (the other being Castle Hill Hospital in nearby Cottingham). It is situated on Anlaby Road, just outside the city centre, and is run by Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. The infirmary was first established in temporary premises in George Street in 1782 before permanent premises could be completed and opened in Prospect Street in 1784.
Dundee Royal Infirmary, often shortened to DRI, was a major teaching hospital in Dundee, Scotland. Until the opening of Ninewells Hospital in 1974, Dundee Royal Infirmary was Dundee's main hospital. It was closed in 1998, after 200 years of operation. Dundee Royal Infirmary's origins lay in a voluntary dispensary founded in Dundee by Dr Robert Stewart and the local minister Robert Small in 1782, building on a similar venture started in 1735.
The origins of the North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary can be traced back to quite humble beginnings, with the original Dispensary and House of Recovery. The origins of the North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary can be traced back to quite humble beginnings, with the original Dispensary and House of Recovery that were constructed in Etruria in 1804. It wasn’t long before the hospital had outgrown its buildings and in 1819 the first Infirmary was opened, also in Etruria but on a new site not far from Etruria Hall, an area that was densely populated with Shelton Bar, Wedgwood, Etruria Gas Works and various collieries.
Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI) Looking north-east along Marlborough Street with . A History of the Royal Infirmary, Arrowsmith Publishing, 1917, p417.
Bristol Royal Infirmary (BRI) Looking north-east along Marlborough Street with the BRI hospital on the left. A substantial quantity of material about the history of the infirmary can be found in papers collected by the surgeon Richard Smith (Ref. 35893/36) (online catalogue) and (Ref. 14754) (online catalogue). "Who We Are and What We Do University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust".
The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh has often been described in works of fiction, biography and history, and depicted from both the point of. .
The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh has often been described in works of fiction, biography and history, and depicted from both the point of view of the sick and those caring for them. The English poet William Ernest Henley . stayed as a patient at the RIE for three years (1873–75). In several poems he portrayed hospital life as well as individual nurses. A more recent example is the series of mainly humorous novels by Colin Douglas, which cover the postwar era up to the 1980s.
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