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The history of the General Hospital, Belfast, and the other medical institutions of the town

with chronological notes and biographical reminiscenses connected with its rise and progress

by Andrew G. Malcolm

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Published by Agnew in Belfast .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Belfast General Hospital,
  • Hospitals,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Andrew G. Malcolm]
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxii, 139 pages :
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26249380M

    There were only about 42 inadequate medical schools in the US in , about six months training with apprenticeship over 2 years. In , Elizabeth Blackwell became the first female physician. Medical practice was primitive and unregulated, often a local barber or other town professional. Care was not based on science and were very unsanitary.


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Malcolm, Andrew George. Get. History of the General Hospital, Belfast, and the other Medical Institutions of the Town, published inas “working in the Districts like a very slave or toiling in the wards for hours”.

As well as being a historian Malcolm had a real interest in the conditions of the factory workers of the growing industrial city, and in the hospital promoted. A HISTORY OF THE BELFAST CITY HOSPITAL by DAVID H.

CRAIG, F.R.C.S.(Ed.), F.R.C.S.(I.) Presidential Address to Ulster Medical Society, Session THIS IS A STORY about a town that grew into a city, a Board of Guardians, and a hospital File Size: KB.

InDr Andrew George Malcolm published his History of the General Hospital, and the Other Medical Institutions of the Townfrom which much of the history above is taken.

2 Malcolm had been present at Dr Stephenson’s address but in his book he chose to be discreet about the Society’s trouble saying only that there were ‘serious difficulties of opinion among the Hospital attendants Author: JI Logan.

George Benn, The history of the town of Belfast (Belfast ) Edward Bunting, A General Collection of the Ancient The history of the General Hospital Music (Londonbut most often stated as ) Edward Bunting, A Collection of the Ancient Music of Ireland (Londonreprinted London and Dublin ; the rare reprint republished in a facsimile edition by the Linen Hall Library.

In the hospital separated from the General Dispensary and became the Belfast General Hospital. In it gained the royal charter, becoming the Belfast Royal Hospital, and in it was renamed the Royal Victoria Hospital.

In it moved from Frederick Street to its present (Grosvenor Road) ated university: Queen's University. This decision meant reduced bed numbers in the main Belfast General Hospital but that the amount of surgery now done there increased.

The fever hospital treated outbreaks of cholera, smallpox, tuberculosis, measles, diphtheria, typhoid, scarlet fever and rabies.

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Malcolm, Andrew George Malcolm, The History of the General Hospital Belfast, and the other Medical Institutions of the town (Belfast, ), pp During the reign of Queen Ann, and subsequently, the loyalty of the inhabitants was repeatedly.

The Ulster Hospital, (Irish: Ospidéal Uladh), commonly known as the Ulster, is a teaching hospital in Dundonald (at the eastern edge of Belfast) in County Down, Northern Ireland.

It is within the townland of Ballyregan, beside the A20 road. It Care system: Health and Social Care in Northern. A selection of fine, rare and important books and manuscripts. CatalogueSpring Download Citation | On Sep 1,J I Logan and others published Dr Robert Stephenson's Address to the Belfast Medical Society on 2nd December | and the other medical institutions of the town book.

Origins lie with a number of institutions, from the Belfast Fever Hospital and General Dispensary in Factory Row – the dispensary opening inthe hospital in The move to its present site in Grosvenor Road was made in ().

Scottish Medical Societies – Edinburgh: Society: Thirty-third Anniversary Dinner. The History of the General Hospital, Belfast, and the other Medical Institutions of the Town. The History of the Ulster Medical : JI Logan. Andrew George Malcolm, The History of the General Hospital Belfast, and the other Medical Institutions of the town (Belfast, ) George Hill, An historical account of the Macdonnell’s of Antrim including notices of some other septs, Irish and Scottish (Belfast, ).

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The Samaritan Hospital for Women, Belfast, was fdunded in by the late Dr. M'~cIordie. Two years later, iathe present building d through the munificence of the late Mr. Edward Bonn, who did so much for the charitable institutions of Belfast. Nineteen eighty-six was a most significant year in the life of the mental health services in Northern Ireland.

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NOW THE HISTORY Belfast dates back to the early 17th century and, although a relatively young settlement, is Northern Ireland’s largest, and the island of Ireland’s second largest, city.

The name ‘Belfast’ comes from the Gaelic ‘Beal Feirste’ (‘mouth of the sandy ford’). The civil history of thi town, from its erection into a borough until the yearis totally obscured by ecclesiastical transac tions, so that a brief account of them will form a good and necessary prelude to the more important affairs of Belfast, in the latter end of the memorable reign of King Charles the : George Benn.

The History of the General Hospital, Belfast Because the original minute book is no longer available (is it possible that Dr Malcolm did not return it after writing his history?), it is not possible to identify all of the 19 original doctors who founded the Belfast Medical : David R Hadden.

The Medical School of Queen's has produced some very famous men, and has a record of which Belfast is most justly proud.

The Royal Victoria Hospital in Grosvenor Road was opened by King Edward in the year It occupies a site of six acres, and is fitted with every modern improvement for the relief and comfort of suffering humanity.

DAVID. CRAIG, F.R.C.S. (Ed), F.R.C.S. (I.) Presidential Address to Ulster Medical Society, Session This is a brief story about a town that grew into a city, a Board of Guardians, and a hospital that was not wanted, certainly not to begin with by the Poor Law Commissioners in Dublin, who protested most strongly that they did not want their Workhouse to become a hospital.

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The history of the General Hospital, Belfast, and other Medical Institutions of the town. Belfast: Agnew, pp. Reviewed. By: Malcolm, Andrew G. Published: () An introduction to clinical study; or an interpretation of symptoms and signs.

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In during Crimean War, she applied her ingenuity in hygiene, and saved many lives. Ineight hospital superintendents of USA met in Cleveland to formulate a plan to establish guidelines for medical practices.

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Malcolm, published in by Agnew, Belfast. Belfast’s first maternity hospital was established in due to the efforts of a small group of philanthropists. The aim of the hospital was to aid labouring ‘indigent females’ by providing accommodation, food and medical supervision during childbirth.[1] Rev.

The Northern Ireland General Health Services Board, established by the Health Services Act (Northern Ireland),consists of a chairman, vice-chairman, and 23 members, and includes representatives from the medical, dental, and pharmaceutical professions, the Health Authorities, and other organizations which appear to be by: 2.

THE BELFAST MEDICAL SOCIETY. The first minutes of the Belfast Medical Society are now missing but they were available to Malcolm when he published his medical history of Belfast in 1 He did not give the date in on which the Society was founded but he did record that the nineteen physicians and surgeons involved had a desire for “mutual improvement in their Author: Logan Ji.

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