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.
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.