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an institution that provides care and shelter

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LSU would receive the independent service at Charity Hospital and other Charity Hospital affiliates.
In a photograph Saile had saved of the nurses at Charity Hospital dated July 20, 1931 there are depicted the following: 80 student nurses, 11 nuns and 34 graduate RNs, some in scrub suits and caps.
LSU is a key backer of a huge new medical campus within a few blocks of Charity Hospital on a 37-acre partly undeveloped parcel that the city has said it will take.
State attorney general Charles Foti has confirmed that the investigation includes Charity Hospital, the major public hospital in New Orleans which was featured around the world in TV and newspaper reports about the catastrophe.
Charity Hospital in New Orleans will be out of service for an extended period of time, as the city begins a major clean up effort, he said.
Later this month a team of doctors will perform the operation at a charity hospital in the Peruvian capital, Lima.
AN inventor behind a scheme to save lives at sea has donated one of his gadgets to the world's biggest charity hospital ship.
A graduate of Tulane Medical School, Spoto completed an internship at the Charity Hospital in New Orleans and residency plus a cardiology fellowship at Emory University.
Vincent Charity Hospital is at the will of the hospital and the employee.
We evaluated whether a patient presenting to the Charity Hospital campus of the Medical Center of Louisiana in New Orleans would use a computer to provide medical information.
We work closely with the state-run Charity Hospital System to assist it in providing the highest quality of care in the best setting.
QED - The Outcasts: How a charity hospital built by two doctors has tried to help the suffering of pregnant women in Ethiopia.
I have a couple of friends I take down to charity hospital every few weeks - one for arthritis and another for a shattered bone that won't heal.
She also posed as, among many others, a patent medicine merchant (to bribe a powerful lobbyist), a charity hospital patient, a chorus girl and even a female job applicant at newspapers (where she was routinely patronized).
The essay "How the Poor Die" describes conditions at a charity hospital there.