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Title: Gosford's Hospital Confidently Meets the Needs of a Rapidly Expanding Community
Authors: Gosford District Hospital;Hospitals' Association of N.S.W.
Issue Date: May-1967
Source: Volume 36, Issue 5, pp. 1-11
Journal title: Hospitals' Association Journal
Abstract: Major extensions and renovations costing $1,250,000 have transformed Gosford District Hospital from a 65-bed unit to a 135-bed hospital with many services, facilities and amenities not previously available. No other country hospital in New South Wales has expanded so dramatically in the past two years.
Description: Reprint of Journal Article from Hospitals' Association Journal into booklet. Headings Include: Three-Stage Development; History of Hospital; New Extensions and Renovations; New Casualty Department; Kitchen, Laundry etc.; Board of Directors, Administrative Staff, Heads of Departments; Third Phase - Renovations; Medical Services; Outpatients Clinics; Pathology Department; Images of Hospital; Blood Bank; Physiotherapy Department; Pharmacy; Casualty Department; X-ray Department; Nursing Services; Domiciliary Nursing Service; Food Service; Linen Service; Engineering; General Administration; Auxiliaries.
ISSN: 0312-8482
Publicaton type: Journal Article
Subject: Gosford District Hospital;Board of Directors;District Nursing Service;Gosford Hospital Stage I;Gosford Hospital Stage II;Gosford Hospital Stage III;Infrastructure, External;Blood Bank;Newspaper Articles
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