What Is a Hospital?

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A hospital is a healthcare institution that provides patient treatment services using specialised staff and equipment. These medical services are provided on in-patient basis or for out-patient basis. Hospitals evolved from hospitality stables where wounded soldiers were cared for until they got better.
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hos·pi·tal
[hos-pi-tl]
NOUN
1.
an institution in which sick or injured persons are given medical or surgical treatment.
2.
a similar establishment for the care of animals.
3.
a repair shop for specific portable objects: violin hospital; doll hospital.
4.
British an institution supported by charity or taxes for the care of the needy, as an orphanage or old people's home.
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