psychiatric ward

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Dunphe were both patients in the eighth-floor psychiatric ward at UMass Memorial Medical Center -- University Campus, according to prosecutors and court records.
A TEESSIDE family's questions about how their son apparently killed himself with a razor blade on an acute psychiatric ward may soon be answered.
A photographer was caught trying to scale a wall up to the psychiatric ward in Austria where a woman has been recovering from an ordeal as a sex slave, press reports said yesterday.
AN airline pilot who forced a UK-bound jet to divert after suffering an apparent nervous breakdown was last night being comforted by his wife in a psychiatric ward in Ireland.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, March 2006: This was written by Vizzini in the month following his own five-day experience in the adult psychiatric ward of Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn.
Plans to close a psychiatric ward at Birmingham Children's Hospital would not have "any clinical benefit", according to the city's health watchdog.
I was in 'North Ward', the psychiatric ward of the city hospital, suffering from anorexia nervosa.
Gidion spent three days in the Antelope Valley Hospital psychiatric ward earlier this month after threatening people with a machete, deputies said.
In this extraordinary Maryland case, a teenage girl, who was hospitalized as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident eventually was placed in a psychiatric ward, where she was raped by another patient.
A district court on Tuesday ordered a municipal government in Fukushima Prefecture and a psychiatric ward patient and his mother to pay some 160 million yen in damages to the family of a doctor the patient killed at a city-run hospital.
Lippiatt gave birth to her son in January this year but on February 6 she vanished from a psychiatric ward at Newcastle General Hospital.
The book is narrated from the perspective of Chief Broom, a patient in a psychiatric ward.