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dc.description"Four Storey Nurses Home" details the announcement by hospital Secretary Mr. Neville Boyce that the Hospitals Commission has approved the establishment a four storey building to house 30 nurses and a nurses' training school at Gosford District Hospital. In addition, the Board has accepted the tender of Mr. J. W. Elms to construct a medical superintendent's residence on the hospital property. Mr. Boyce said approval has been received in the renovation of the old section of the hospital to include two essential services, pathology and physiotherapy, however the dental clinic has been deferred. The renovations will include a complete electrical re-wire of the hospital in include overbed lighting, ward lighting, night lighting and a three station radio system to each bed. The Children's Ward is to be doubled in size and nursed as a ward unit to accommodate 16 children.en
dc.description.abstractArticle regarding Gosford District Hospital in Gosford Star, 22nd December 1965. "Four Storey Nurses Home". No Image.en
dc.titleFour Storey Nurses Homeen
dc.contributor.corpauthorGosford Staren
dc.subject.historicalNewspaper Articlesen
dc.subject.historicalGosford District Hospitalen
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