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The latter, on the other hand, while still emphasizing these aspects of the hospital, also reveals a fully formed and highly developed system of health care. It describes the hospital as divided into two main wards, for men and women. The male ward alone housed a hundred double beds made up with mattresses, bolsters, pillows, linens and covers, and numbered to identify individual patients. The hospital employed a full-time pharmacist, with four apprentices, as well as a staff of ten doctors. The three 32 MEDICAL ASSISTANCE IN RENAISSANCE FLORENCE most junior lived and worked in the hospital in return for room, board and clinical experience.
P. 278. Dols, “The origins of the Islamic hospital: myth and reality’, Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 1987, vol. Hamarneh, ‘Development of hospitals in Islam’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 1962, vol. Miller, The Birth of the Hospital in the Byzantine Empire, Baltimore, Md, 1985. Miller, ‘The Knights of Saint John and the hospitals of the Italian West’, Speculum, 1978, vol. ) Histoire des hôpitaux en France, Toulouse, 1982, pp. Wickersheimer, ‘Médecins et chirurgiens dans les hôpitaux du Moyen Age’, Janus, 1928, vol.
This is fairly obvious; what is being stressed here is the way in which less obvious factors influence the fortunes of relief institutions, and attention is being drawn to less tangible and thus usually neglected influences. When the inhabitants of the growing boroughs of twelfth- and thirteenth-century England engaged in the foundation of a hospital, this undertaking was envisaged as a collective enterprise similar to their control of the market, their supervision of water and food supplies, their maintenance of security.
A concept of organization by Paul E. Torgensen