Hôpital Douglas: 100 ans d'histoire et de progrès /Douglas Hospital: 100 Years of History and Progress

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Hôpital Douglas: 100 ans d'histoire et de progrès /Douglas Hospital: 100 Years of History and Progress
Abstract
The Douglas Mental Health University Institute was founded by Alfred Perry and a group of Protestant clergy and Montreal Anglophone citizens on July 19, 1881. It was originally known as the Protestant Hospital for the Insane, later re-named the Verdun Protestant Hospital, then the Douglas Hospital, and in 2006, the Douglas Mental Health University Institute. It is a teaching hospital affiliated with McGill University.
Place
Verdun, QC
Publisher
L'Hôpital/The Hospital
Date
1981
Language
en
Citation
Cahn, Charles. Hôpital Douglas: 100 Ans d’histoire et de Progrès /Douglas Hospital: 100 Years of History and Progress. Translated by Pierrette Poulin. Verdun, QC: L’Hôpital/The Hospital, 1981.
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