in hospital


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in hospital

Receiving medical or surgical treatment, care, or attention at a hospital. Primarily heard in UK. My grandmother is in hospital again for hip surgery. I heard you were in hospital last week! Are you all right?
See also: hospital
References in classic literature ?
And during the long weeks I lay in hospital, from the first day I never missed alcohol.
Since you left, the Regiment has taken to fever and is fairly rotten with it - two hundred in hospital, about a hundred in cells - drinking to keep off fever - and the Companies on parade fifteen file strong at the outside.
Her husband had an accident and was laid up in hospital three months.
I must have been a long time in hospital," he said aloud.
Lydgate, that I should have no interest in hospitals if I believed that nothing more was concerned therein than the cure of mortal diseases.
It's a big problem ins supermarkets and hospitals, where people use blue badges belonging to relatives who are in hospital .
Sana Ali, 17, died in hospital after she was found with multiple knife wounds to her body in an up stairs bedroom at her home in Bury, Greater Manchester.
When physicians don't provide charity care, poor people end up in hospital emergency rooms or at tax-funded health clinics, of which there are about 50 throughout Los Angeles County.
They've appeared on radio shows, delivered green cards in hospital wards, and sent valentines to elderly applicants.
A MAN was recovering in hospital today after having part of his ear bitten off in an attack in a Liverpool nightclub.
Paxxon specializes in hospital staffing and rehabilitation services.