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Dr MacGregor, inspector of hospitals, in his report for the year refers to the Dunedin Hospital in the moat flattering terms. He says: "The management of is admirable, and the nursing staff ia highly efficient. The difficulties that were at one time chronic between the Board and certain member? of the medical staff have happily disappeared owing to a juster appreciation of the immense value of the hospital to the province and the medical school. The new operating theatre k designed on the moat approved ideas of modern surgery. The old theatre. Ib to be converted into a kitchen. The Trustees, and especially their chairman, take the greatest interest in all that con. cerns the welfare of this, the moab important of all our hospitals."

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THE DUNEDIN HOSPITAL., Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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THE DUNEDIN HOSPITAL. Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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