A SEPARATE AND SPECIAL PLACE, An Appreciative History of Toronto's Queen Elizabeth Hospital on the Occasion of its 110th Anniversary

By: Craig, Barbara Lazenby, and Ronald K. MacLeod

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The hospital opened in 1874 as "a provider of palliative care for fourteen 'incurables,'" and at the time of publication had become "a modern facility dedicated to improving the quality of life for 600 in-patients and many more out-patients through programs of rehabilitation and preventive medicine." Foreword by Charles M. Laidley. Spruce cloth, 108 pages + appendices and motes, illustrated. A bit of slant, in lightly rubbed dust jacket. A nice copy.

Title: A SEPARATE AND SPECIAL PLACE, An Appreciative History of Toronto's Queen Elizabeth Hospital on the Occasion of its 110th Anniversary

Author Name: Craig, Barbara Lazenby, and Ronald K. MacLeod

Categories: History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital: 1984

ISBN Number: 0-9691780-0-X

ISBN Number 13: 9780969178002

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Size: Oblong Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall

Seller ID: 011274

Keywords: BARBARA LAZENBY CRAIG, RONALD K. MACLEOD, QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL, HOSPITALS, PALLIATIVE CARE, NURSE, NURSES, DOCTOR, DOCTORS, HEALTH, ILLNESS, ILLNESSES, CHARLES M. LAIDLEY, TORONTO