3 edition of The history of Doctor Steevens" Hospital, Dublin, 1720-1920 found in the catalog.
The history of Doctor Steevens" Hospital, Dublin, 1720-1920
T. Percy C. Kirkpatrick
|Other titles||History of Dr. Steevens" Hospital|
|Statement||by T. Percy C. Kirkpatrick.|
|LC Classifications||RA988.5.D8 K57 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 397 p. :|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||2009358854|
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Financed through the will of Dr Richard Steevens (), and brought into existence by his surviving twin sister, Griselda, Dr Steevens' Hospital () rapidly became a vital institution in the city of Dublin's provision of health care.
In its origins, it was promoted by leading citizens, including Jonathan Swift and William : T. Percy C. Kirkpatrick. Croker-King, Samuel (), A Short History of the Hospital founded by Doctor Richard Steevens, near the City of Dublin, from its establishment in the year to the present time (Dublin).
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Kirkpatrick, T. (; reprinted ) The History of Doctor Steevens’ Hospital Dublin, (Dublin: University Press; UCD Press), Chapter 8. Kinane, Vincent () ‘Some red morocco bindings by Christopher Chapman in the. Worth library, Dublin’ in Long Room no.
42, pp. Worth Library by The Edward Worth Library. Dr Edward Worth () was one of the first Trustees of Dr Steevens’ Hospital. The son of John Worth (), Dean of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin, Edward had been educated at Merton College, Oxford and the University of Leiden, before returning to Dublin to set up a medical practice at Werburgh’s Street.
Samuel Croker-King (28 June – 12 January ) was an Irish surgeon who was associated with Doctor Steeven's Hospital in Dublin for sixty years. He was the first president of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), from to He is thought to have saved the life of the child who became the Duke of invented his own trepanning for: Sixty years service at Doctor Steevens'.
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Percy C. Published: () "A necessity among us": the Owen Sound General and Marine Hospital, / by: Gagan, David Paul, Published: (). Edward Worth (–) was an Irish politician, physician and book collector. He was born into a prosperous Church of Ireland family, his father being John Worth (), Dean of St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, who was a younger son of Edward Worth (), Bishop of Killaloe and his wife Susannah Pepper.
His father's eldest brother William Worth was an eminent judge. James Kelly, Sir Edward Newenham MPDefender of the Protestant Constitution.
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