The archives contain records of the Bethlem and Maudsley Hospitals from the sixteenth century on. She has spent most of her career in primary care, first as a practice nurse for a busy GP and prior to her current role, she was a Lead Inspector for the Care Quality Commission for primary and integrated care.
He qualified in Medicine from Manchester and, following experience in both hospital medicine and primary care, trained in epidemiology and public health. Before Transport for London, he was the director of a transport consultancy.
Addenbrookes Hospitalestablished indoes not appear to have developed an associated asylum - See Oxfordshire the other English University county. Woodhouse, housekeeper; William Thomas Buckle, head male attendant; T. It was very visionary at the time.
Throughout her career in the health and voluntary sectors Paula has developed a passion for changing the lives of older people, recognising that we all have an important part to play if this is to become a reality. The Mapperley page has a history of the hospital.
Prior to Macmillan, Juliet worked at the British Red Cross in strategy and service evaluation, the Community Development Foundation in fundraising and a political consultancy.
Rees was one of the authors. The ones it built included ClayburyBexley and the five Epsom asylums below. It has over beds, used mainly for geriatric cases. Galey who lived at 4 Percy Cottages, Elm Road, Claygate about three mile away in a straight line - perhaps he cycled.
A complete register of patients from to exists. The two following years 1. Matron: Miss Elspeth MacRae.
She also keeps a hand in with the Maternity Network team, with whom she has worked closely on a number of pieces of work. A housemaid. Elizabeth Medley,