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... cash, plus a a brick mansion on Charter Street to create Salem Hospital ... In 1917, Salem Hospital moved to the current location on Highland Avenue in Salem, Massacusetts ... Salem Hospital is now a part of North Shore Medical Center (abbreviated NSMC) is a hospital complex on the North Shore of Massachusetts ...
... Captain John Bertram (1796-1882) lived in Salem, Massachusetts and is the founder of Salem Hospital ... In addition to Salem Hospital, John Bertram died in March of 1882, his widow donated their home,John Bertram Mansion, a High Style Italianate brick and brownstone mansion that was built at ... NSMC Union Hospital is located in Lynn, MA ...
... Salem Hospital is a non-profit, regional medical center located in Salem, Oregon, United States ... Founded in 1896, the hospital has 454 beds ... Salem Hospital's emergency department is among the busiest in Oregon ...
... In 1896, Salem General Hospital was incorporated at the Glen Oak Orphanage ... on 10 acres (40,000 m2) of land donated to the orphanage by the Oregon Children's Aid Society, the hospital opened a school of nursing with the first class graduating in 1899 ... The original building for Salem General burned in 1920, with a new building completed the following year ...
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