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Military hospital

Catholic service in Austrian military hospital during World War I.

A military hospital is a hospital that is reserved for the use of military personnel, their dependents and other authorized users. They may or may not be located on a military base; many are not.

In the United Kingdom and Germany, British military hospitals have been closed; military personnel are usually treated in a special wing of a designated civilian hospital, in UK referred to as a Ministry of Defence Hospital Unit. Service personnel injured in combat operations are normally treated at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine.

Examples

Former British military hospitals (BMH) include:

West Germany

United Kingdom

[4]

Cyprus

Egypt

China

Hong Kong

Others - Asia

Americas

Africa-Middle East

Gallery

Pictures of Israeli military hospital in 1948.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.qaranc.co.uk/bmhanover.php
  2. ^ http://www.qaranc.co.uk/bmhrinteln.php
  3. ^ http://www.qaranc.co.uk/bmhiserlohn.php
  4. ^ "The military hospitals that have closed".  
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