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But even if factories meet the ministry's basic health requirements, many need to improve the staff, capacity and equipment of their infirmaries, said Han Sunrith, a lawyer for rights group Central.
The royal infirmaries were supported on the basis of annual charitable giving--a "subscription"-- of the leading families of the ever-growing cities.
Her account of the changes in mentalite and practices, culminating in the New Poor Law of 1834 with its notably punitive Poor Law Infirmaries, carries real conviction.
Before the creation of the great Victorian infirmaries, it was the city corporations that provided often inadequate medical care.
The offenders included Ninewells in Dundee, Perth and Falkirk royal infirmaries, Monklands Hospital in Airdrie, and the Western and Victoria infirmaries in Glasgow.