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an institution that provides care and shelter

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She has been on the pay roll for the last two years, but has been involved with the Canterbury Charity Hospital Trust for the past four years, initially approached by surgeon Philip Bagshaw to do some patient costings.
Two years ago, the now-shuttered Charity Hospital received 120,000 to 200,000 ED visits a year.
Islamabad, July 8( ANI ): Pakistani film actor Meera has announced that she will be constructing a charity hospital in the name of her mother in Haroonabad, which will cater to a million residents of the area.
According to rescue sources, unidentified men opened fire near a charity hospital in North Nazimabad No 2, killing Irfan Ansari, 45.
The IMANL, he said runs the Darul Shifa Charity hospital in Tripoli and has 12 medical centres in the neighbouring towns.
Tripoli Islamic Charity Hospital meanwhile announced the death of an 18 year old man, and that two others are in critical condition, all related to the clashes.
A DOCTOR is setting sail on a mercy mission aboard the world's biggest charity hospital ship.
Slovak beauty does photo shoot for 2011 calendar in support of charity hospital in Cambodia
She attended Charity Hospital School of Nursing, where she met her husband during World War II.
She is a member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, a member of the Louisiana State Radiologic Technologists Board of Examiners and an advisory committee member for the radiology program at Charity Hospital in New Orleans.
Charity Hospital is housed in a 21-story facility built in 1939, but has been in continuous operation since 1736.
In the run-up to its opening, the store has raised money for the charity Hospital Action ( Providing Play for Youngsters.
State Attorney General Charles FotiFoti told a legislative committee hearing that the investigation included Charity Hospital, New Orleans' major public hospital.
She was born in 1941 in a charity hospital in Indianapolis to a black woman with a ninth grade education who wanted better things for her intelligent and beautiful daughter.
Valerie went on to found and manage the largest charity hospital in Ireland, the CentralRemedialClinic in Dublin, which is now Ireland's national centre for treatment of cerebral palsy, spinabifida and muscular dystrophy.