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Street Hospital - Jervis Street Hospital - Netflix
Jervis Street Hospital was a former hospital in Dublin, Ireland, that became part of Beaumont Hospital, which was completed in 1987. The site of the hospital in Jervis Street became the Jervis Shopping Centre.
Street Hospital - Notable physicians - Netflix
Robert Adams (1791-1875) was elected surgeon in the 1820s. Dominic Corrigan (1802-1880): after his return to Dublin from Edinburgh, where he qualified as an MD, he was appointed physician to the hospital, which had only six medical beds at the time. He was later elected Liberal MP for Dublin and was five times president of the Royal College of Physicians in Ireland. Stephen Myles MacSwiney, M.D., Fellow of the College of Physicians and member of the Royal Irish Academy. His first professional appointment was Resident Medical Officer at St. Vincent's Hospital, Dublin. He was afterwards physician to Jervis Street Hospital. He filled with marked ability a chair of Medical jurisprudence, and contributed papers to the Dublin Journal of Medical Science, the Irish Hospital Gazette, and the Medical Press and Circular. He died in 1890. John King Forest was Surgeon to the hospital and also to the Theatre Royal, Dublin, who died on 17 April 1882, aged 78 years. Sir William Thompson (1861 - 1926) was a physician in the hospital in the early part of the 20th century. He later became Registrar General for Ireland from 1909 to 1926.