|nonspecialist hospital||general hospital|
|(Archaic) hospital (especially for lepers), charity hospital||spital|
|(British) day care, nursery that supervises children while parents are at work;, childcare facility, foundling hospital, Nativity scene||crèche|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, be an intern, work as an intern (especially in the medical profession); limit movement; confine, res...||intern|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, intern||interne|
|apparatus which keeps eggs warm until they hatch; temperature-controlled apparatus in which sick or premature infants are kept; device in which bacteria are cultivated, device to nurture something, hospital apparatus for premature babies, surroundings ...||incubator|
|assistant working in a hospital, neat, tidy, organized; well-behaved; methodical, neatly arranged, soldier who attends to an officer; hospital attendant, soldier with minor duties||orderly|
|being present, being available; caring for, serving, hospital doctor, working in teaching hospital||attending|
|care after illness, care after leaving hospital, rehabilitation, treatment following an illness or injury||aftercare|
|Carthusian monastery ( in London, England) and later a hospital for old men and then a school for boys||Charterhouse|
|casualty, hospital area for urgent treatment, section of a hospital where people with emergency medical conditions are treated||emergency room|
|chaos, psychiatric hospital, uproar; havoc, confusion; insane asylum, madhouse||bedlam|
|clinic offering many specialties, general hospital; medical clinic||polyclinic|
|clinic, hospital, place where the sick or injured are treated; pharmacy, place for the care of sick people||infirmary|
|common stock, everyday, general, nonspecialist, of an expected standard, of or for all, of varying stress or length, open public area in a city or town, park, square (also commons), ordinary, piece of public land||common|
|dead on arrival, dead on arrivalone who dies before arriving at a hospital||DOA|
|detain somebody, junior hospital doctor, trainee, work as an intern||intern; interne|
|draw back, withdraw, pull back, depart, flag-lowering ceremony, make military withdrawal, move back, move piece back, movement back, period of seclusion, quiet place, quiet time, recede, safe place, signal to move back, special hospital, troop withdraw...||retreat|
|earned runs, emergency room, Emergency Room; section of a hospital where people which emergency medical conditions are treated; name of a famous American television series that is staged in a Chicago hospital||ER|
|established practice, important organization, institute, organization; place where people are confined and treated (i.e. prison or mental hospital); custom, convention; law or activity which is accepted in a society; act of instituting, large and power...||institution|
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