Hospital for Women
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|Occupation||Barbarina Brand, Baroness Dacre||
She also participated with her husband in local good works. At Christmas 1819 she was recorded as giving a cloak and a good pair of blankets to every poor family in Kimpton parish, and...
Accoucheur Protheroe Smith wrote a circular entitled Medical Testimony on the Expediency of Establishing a Hospital for the Diseases of Women; it was established the following year.
25 January 1844
The first patients were admitted to the Hospital for the Diseases of Women in Red Lion Square, London.
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