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Swift, P.R., A history of QMC : A commemorative publication to mark the 40th anniversary of Queen, Nottingham: Paul Swift/Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, July 2017, 67 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals > The Queens Medical Centre | ONLINE: Available online at the Nottingham Hospitals History website | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12839)

Hallam-Jones, D. J., The Firs Maternity Hospital, Nottingham, England : a short history, Nottingham: David J. Hallam-Jones, 2013, 23 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations. Bibliographical references. The hospital stood in the Elmswood Gardens and Mansfield Road area of Nottingham between 1928 and 1982. | PLACE: Nottingham: Districts and suburbs > Sherwood | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Maternity hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 11988)

Swift, P. R. (compiler), The Queens Medical Centre: Nottingham's medical metropolis: the formative years, Nottingham: Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, 2011, 53 leaves.
(NOTES: Illustrations, plans, portraits. | PLACE: Nottingham: Districts and suburbs > Lenton | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals > The Queens Medical Centre | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 11080)

Alexander, J. S., 'Mapperley Hospital and George Thomas Hine (1841-1916), Consulting Architect to the Commissioners in Lunacy', Transactions of the Thoroton Society. The Journal for Nottinghamshire History and Archaeology, 112, 2008, [199]-219.
(NOTES: Illustrations, plans. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Secular > Hospitals and health centres; Architects > George Thomas Hine | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 0309-9210 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 10642)

Sear, R., 'SRN training at Mansfield General and King's Mill Hospitals, 1965-1968', The Nottinghamshire Historian, No. 82, Spring/Summer 2009, 13-15.
(NOTES: Life as a student nurse in Mansfield and Sutton-in-Ashfield. Illustrations. | PLACE: Mansfield; Sutton in Ashfield | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 10717)

Fry, T., 'The Cedars Convalescent Hospital, Sherwood', Nottingham Civic Society Newsletter, 129, January 2006, 15-16.
(NOTES: Illustration. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Secular > Hospitals and health centres | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 11124)

Finn, N., A Building Appraisal of the Mansfield Community Hospital, Stockwell Gate, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, ULAS Report, No. 2004-129, Unpublished report by University of Leicester Archaeological Services, 2004, 23 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps, plans. Building appraisal of the surviving 19th century buildings of the former Victoria Hospital, now Mansfield Community Hospital, Stockwell Gate, Mansfield. The former Victoria Hospital originated from the Mansfield Union Workhouse infirmary that lay to the east of the surviving buildings. Three elements of the former hospital still survive at the site, two smaller buildings that would have served as nurse stations, day rooms and offices, and a larger former ward wing to the east. The buildings were erected between 1897/8 with elements possibly dating from an earlier phase of construction in 1883. The Victoria Hospital was designed by local architect Robert Frank Vallance. | PLACE: Mansfield | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Secular > Hospitals and health centres | ONLINE: Available online at the Archaeology Data Service website | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph in series | ID NUMBER: 11715)

Galloway, N. R., The Nottingham Eye Hospital, Nottingham: N. R. Galloway, 2003, 65 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 0954519701 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 12190)

Lowe, D. and Swift, P., The people's hospital, 1903-2003. Nottingham City hospital centenary publication, Nottingham: Nottingham City Hospital Trust, 2003, 106 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, portraits. Bibliographical references and index. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals > Nottingham City Hospital | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 0954450604 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 10082)

Reeson, E., 'A hospital for the people', Nottingham Civic Society Newsletter, 121, Apr 2003, 22-25.
(NOTES: Nottingham City Hospital. Illustrations. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals > Nottingham City Hospital | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 10282)

Zobel, A., 'John Attenburrow, surgeon: a man of merciful heart', Nottinghamshire Family History Society Journal, 11(1), October 2003, 12-14.
(NOTES: Surgeon at Nottingham General Hospital (1781-1842). | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals > Nottingham General Hospital | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 0141-3821 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 10252)

Swift, P., The history of Bagthorpe Isolation Hospital, 'Heathfield Hospital' : from the 1797 Enclosure Act of Basford through to the opening of the isolation hospital in 1892, Nottingham: Paul R. Swift, 2001, 47 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps, portraits. | PLACE: Nottingham: Districts and suburbs > Bagthorpe | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 9477)

Swift, P., An historical and chronological account of the development of St. Mary's/Union Workhouse, the Bagthorpe Isolation Hospital and the Bagthorpe Workhouse and Infirmary, Nottingham: Paul R. Swift, 2001, 16 p.
(NOTES: - | PLACE: Nottingham: Districts and suburbs > Bagthorpe | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 9478)

Greaves, S., 'The history of the Memorial Nurses' Home', Nottingham Civic Society Newsletter, 111, January 2000, 11-14.
(NOTES: Built in 1923 in the grounds of the General Hospital in Nottingham. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Secular > Hospitals and health centres | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 9717)

Scarfe, N., 'Nottingham and its General Hospital in 1786: extracts from the travel diaries of a French nobleman', Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, 103, 1999, 141-147.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Secular > Hospitals and health centres | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 03099210 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 9011)

Fry, T., 'The General Lunatic Asylum, Nottingham, 1812-1902', Transactions of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, 102, 1998, [113]-124.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: History and archaeology > Nineteenth century; Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: 0309-9210 | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 8749)

Fry, T., 'St Ann's Hospital', Nottingham Civic Society Newsletter, 110, September 1999, 19-20.
(NOTES: An extension to the City Mental Hospital, opened in 1936. | PLACE: Nottingham: Districts and suburbs > St Ann's | SUBJECT: Historic environment > Architecture and building > Secular > Hospitals and health centres | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 9106)

Swift, P. and the City Hospital Education Base (compilers), Discover the history of Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham City Hospital, 1999, 16 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, maps. | PLACE: Nottingham: Districts and suburbs > Bagthorpe | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals > Nottingham City Hospital | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 9149)

Bosworth, E. C., Public healthcare in Nottingham, 1750-1911, Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Nottingham, 1998, 392 p.
(NOTES: Bibliography. Appendices. A study of the General Hospital, the General Dispensary and the Poor Law system in Nottingham, which evaluates the nature of the public healthcare provision each offered, the way in which they complemented one another and the extent to which they provided comprehensive cover of the healthcare needs of the sick poor and of the pauper sick and geriatric. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Health services; Hospitals > Nottingham General Hospital; Local government and services > Poor law and poor relief | ONLINE: Available online at the Nottingham eTheses website | PUBLICATION TYPE: Thesis | ID NUMBER: 9051)

Taylor, J., 'The Ladies Committee of the Women's Hospital, Castlegate, Nottingham, 1880-1900', International History of Nursing Journal, 2(4), 1997, 38-47.
(NOTES: Bibliographical references. The study examines the unusual administration of such an institution by the Ladies committee and the resulting conflict between female authority and the male medical hegemony is described. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals > Nottingham Women's Hospital | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 12204)

Fry, T., 'The Smallpox Hospital on Bulwell Forest', Basford Bystander, issue 61, 1996, 4-5.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 1174)

Fry, T., 'Mapperley Hospital: The Beginning and the End', Nottingham Civic Society Newsletter, no. 97, 1995, 21-22.
(NOTES: Continues in no. 98 (1995), 23-24 | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 1173)

Day, A., 'Lodge on the Wolds', Nottinghamshire Family History Society Journal, 6(10), 1991, 28-29.
(NOTES: Lodge on the Wolds (near Cotgrave) was an extra parochial place which, between 1785 and 1811, included a 'Lying-in Asylum' providing temporary housing of new born illegitimate children and their mothers. | PLACE: Cotgrave > Lodge on the Wolds | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Maternity hospital | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Article in serial | ID NUMBER: 5211)

Hart, C., St Leonard's Hospital, Newark: A History, [no place of publication: privately published], 1991, 69 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations. | PLACE: Newark | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Poor law and poor relief > Medieval hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 6587)

Bittiner, J. and Lowe, D., Nottingham General Hospital: Personal Reflections, Special Trustees for Nottingham University Hospitals, 1990, 135 p.
(NOTES: Illustrations, bibliography. | PLACE: Nottingham | SUBJECT: Local government and services > Health and medicine > Hospitals | ONLINE: - | ISBN/ISSN: - | PUBLICATION TYPE: Monograph | ID NUMBER: 1168)


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