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by Ernest Reginald Frizelle

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Author:
Ernest Reginald Frizelle
ISBN13:
978-0950184104
ISBN:
0950184101
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Leicester No. 1 Hospital Management Committee (1971)
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Leicester Royal Infirmary. Frizelle, Ernest Reginald (1971). The Leicester Royal Infirmary, 1771-1971. Hospital Management Committee.

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Leicester royal infirmary staff where absolutely amazing ! A&E was outstanding it was a Friday night busy and my little boy was suffering from abdominal pains they took him through and assessed him and decided they needed more tile for diagnoses so transferred him to children’s.

Leicester royal infirmary staff where absolutely amazing ! A&E was outstanding it was a Friday night busy and my little boy was suffering from abdominal pains they took him through and assessed him and decided they needed more tile for diagnoses so transferred him to children’s emergency observe centre we spent 18 hours in there where the staff where unbelievable !

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Ernest Reginald Frizelle. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove The Leicester Royal Infirmary, 1771-1971 from your list? The Leicester Royal Infirmary, 1771-1971. by Ernest Reginald Frizelle. The hospital was founded in 1771 by Reverend William Watts, with 40 beds. Patients were forced to pay a deposit when they went in; if they went home, the money was repaid back, if they died their deposit would be spent on burying them. When first opened, there was no running water, but there was the nearby brewery, which was used to treat the patients.

Leicester Royal Infirmary was created in 1771. Ernest R. Frizelle has written: 'The life and times of the Royal Infirmary at Leicester' - subject(s): History, Royal Infirmary (Leicester, England). Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights. What has the author Ian R Bowns written? Ian R. Bowns has written: 'Re-engineering Leicester Royal Infirmary' - subject(s): Leicester Royal Infirmary (Leicester, England).

The Leicester Royal Infirmary (LRI) is a large National Health Service .

The Leicester Royal Infirmary (LRI) is a large National Health Service hospital in Leicester, England. It is located to the south-west of the city centre. It has Leicester's accident and emergency department, and is part of the University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. The hospital was originally founded in 1771 by Reverend William Watts, hosting 40 beds.

The Leicester Royal Infirmary is a large National Health Service hospital in Leicester, England. The hospital was originally founded in 1771 by Reverend William Watts hosting 40 beds. It is located to the south west of the city centre. Patients were forced to pay a deposit when they went in, if they went home, the money was repaid back, if they died their deposit would be spent on burying them. When first opened, there was no running water, but there was of course the nearby brewery, which was used to treat the patients By 1808, the hospital had expanded by 20 beds, holding now 60.